Father’s Day Is Around The Corner, But Don’t Panic! We Have Gift Ideas For You

Sharing their lives with each other

1. Hershel Weekender Bag: $79.95

Weekender Bag Father's Day

 

This gift is ideal for any dad who can’t stop traveling. Whether it’s a short trip visiting their son or daughter in the city or a vacation abroad (a perfect carry-on!) it’ll hold everything he needs! Click here to find the bag.

2. Aveda’s Shaving Series: $102

Aveda Shave KIt Gel Cleanser Father's Day

 

If your father enjoys beings suave like us we suggest Aveda’s three-step shaving kit. The products are sold separately, but work best when used together. The Gel Cleanser, Shaving Cream, and Aftershave work to create a refreshing cleanse and also adds moisture that’ll leave his cheeks silky smooth. Find the shaving series here, under the tab “Grooming Tips.” If you don’t have time to order online then stop by either our Atlantic Ave. or East Village locations to purchase the gift!

3. iGrill: $69.99

IGrill Father's Day

The tech-savy dad won’t be able to stop grilling out if he finds this gadget behind the wrapping paper this year. The iGrill hooks up to iPhones via bluetooth and lets him know the temperature of his cooking meats wherever he goes, which means multitasking will be at an all time high! Click here to find the gift. 

4. Bose AE2i Headphones: $139.99

Headphones Father's Day

This is a classic gift that never gets old. The Bose AE2i Headphones have around-ear design to help with comfort and noise cancellation. These headphones are tuned to perfection and they come with a microphone that allows users to switch between listening to music and answering phone calls. Find the headphones here!

5. Game Tickets: (price depending)

Old stained admission tickets

This idea is for the sport enthusiasts. After all, time with your dad can be way more valuable than any gift you can buy him. Treat him with some game tickets to his favorite sports team. Don’t worry if the date of the game is far off, it’ll give you both time to build anticipation and when the day comes it’ll be that much better.