Last-minute Father's Day gift guide

We’re down to T-minus two days until the big Father’s Day shebang – and if you’ve planned to order your gift online for dear old dad, we hope you’ve done it already or it’ll be a tight deadline. Even if it’s late for most online orders, now that everyone’s in that do-for-dad mindset, we thought we’d share some ideas for whenever you’re next on the hunt for a gift for your old man. Because holidays creep up on us, no matter how far ahead of time we flag them. And your dad deserves something nice, whether it’s Father’s Day, the holidays, his birthday, or any other day of the year. Bookmark this page so next time you’re at a loss, you’ll be prepared with some go-to options every dad will love.


What dad doesn’t love seeing the big game live? With a pair of Game Bibs overalls, he won’t just be one of the crowd – he’ll truly stand out in the sea of spectators with a brightly-colored bib. These bib overalls are decorated in bright vertical stripes in your choice of colors – for his favorite team, of course. This fun attire will go perfectly with your Dad’s favorite jersey to show that extra level of support and team spirit. You may even find him lounging around the house in it (we won’t tell).

Game Bibs for DadFor all the dad’s out there who love getting out on the water, one of Tower Paddle Boards’ inflatable SUP boards is just the thing. Available in sizes ranging from 9’10” to 14’, these easily transportable boards can be deflated and packed in overhead compartments on planes or tucked neatly in the trunk so he can bring them along for whatever adventures are on the horizon. And they’re made of military-grade rubber so they’ll hold up against waves like whoa.Inflatable SUP boardOr for those dads who are slightly less active out on the water, some new fishing tackle from Fishing Tackle Depot might be just the thing. Custom rods, fishing lures, tackle bags and more – so your dad can live up to that image he has of himself as an expert fisherman, whether it’s true or not.Tackle bagMaybe your dad would rather stay on solid ground for his adventures. Give him the support he needs to traverse whatever terrain he comes across with a set of trekking poles, great for hiking, walking and more. These shock-absorbing, carbon fiber poles will give your father the support he needs to keep pace with you – or perhaps his 20-year old self.Trekking polesAnd for when Dad likes to clean up – whether at home or on the road – get him a Triumph & Disaster Travel Kit, which includes face cleanser and moisturizer, shaving cream and body wash. Because when it’s time to get fancy, your dad wants to do it right.Triumph & DisasterIf your dad appreciates a good piece of meat or sausage and likes spending time in the kitchen, he’ll love The Sausage Maker’s Grinder Kit to break down meat into sausage or burger patties. It comes with an array of seasonings, too, so he can create his favorite delicious flavors himself. You’ll never eat as well as you do when you’re dad’s got his hands on one of these.

Starter KitOr maybe your pop likes meat but would rather skip making it himself – in which case, a package of Mr & Mrs Jerky’s smoked meat and jerky sticks couldn’t be a better gift. These sticks of deliciousness come in a variety of flavors from slow-dried smoked to jalapeno to wild game, so you can choose whatever he’ll like best – or go hog wild and get them all!Jerky sticksSpeaking of our four-legged friends, does your dad like to take Fido out for a stroll before bed? Make sure he stays safe in one of 4 Paws Tech’s LED Jackets so that cars will see him – and he’ll stay warm, too.LED JacketAnd last but not least, what dad wouldn’t want a skull money clip to keep track of his cash and cards without feeling like he’s lost his edge? Your dad will love that you think he can pull it off, and you’ll love the price tag on this nickel finish clip.

Money clip

On the off chance that you’re running late on picking out a gift for dad this year, this list might be just what you need to make up for it. Or, if you’re on the ball and have already ordered a gift for your dad, we’d love to hear what you got him this year in the comments below!