In America (and several other places around the world) this Sunday is Father’s Day. You already know what that means, and if you’re like us, you have no idea what to get the man and are sitting there empty-handed. Sure, it’s the thought that counts, and of course a card or a 6-pack will do, but if you’re feeling extra generous this year we’ve rounded up a selection of dad-friendly, Highsnobiety-worthy products that may or may not make his day.
Continuing reading for 10 clothing, gadget, sport and beverage picks.
Lexdray Manhattan Messenger – With Lexdray’s sleek and modern bags that have a place to hold everything (every pocket on every bag has been measured to hold specific items), any dad would love to get the Manhattan Messenger which is ideal for outdoor adventure or city life. $335
Dockers Alpha Khaki – Slim fit, with the combination of rugged jean-like construction techniques (over-lock stitched seaming, etc.) and the polished design details of an iconic chino pant. Price: $68
KRUPS BeerTender – Compatible with the Heineken DraughtKeg system which utilizes an internal carbonator pressure unit.. Co2 is released every time the tap is opened, ensuring the beer remains fresh for up to 30 days and allows for a crisp quality beer with Heinekens’ signature head of foam and trademark “bite”. $149.99
adidas Golf SAMBA – A great lifestyle golf shoe for any golfing dad. $100
Richer Poorer Socks – Richer Poorer is offering 4 pairs of socks for $40, packaged in a printed a special Father’s Day box. Socks may be a cliche gift, but he’ll enjoy these ones.
Mizuno Pro Limited Edition Glove – Great for the recreational softball or hardball league. $330
Nau x Snow Peak Cafe Luxe Kit – Ensuring dad gets his daily caffeine fix (even if there is no coffee shop in sight), the Café Luxe Kit provides all the essentials for a convenient breakfast while outdoors or camping. The limited edition package includes: a titanium café press, a titanium milk foamer, a titanium mug, a cutting board with integrated knife and a bag of Stumptown’s Holler Mountain coffee beans, a direct trade, organic blend. $125
Hennessey Privilege – You can’t deny the staying power of booze for Father’s Day… and this is good stuff. The bottle pictured may be hard to track down, but there’s also another newly redesigned bottle to get your hands on. $52
House of Marley ‘Get Up Stand Up’ Home Audio System – A docking station crafted out of a solid piece of Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)-certified, sustainably sourced Birch wood and recyclable plastic. The device features premium sound, superior bass and treble through two 4-inch woofers and two 1-inch done tweeters. As with other Marley products, a portion of proceeds go to 1Love.org. $350
StndAIR – If you’re in NYC and feeling outrageous: why not charter a StndAIR plane to do something like go fishing/sailing with dad in Montauk. Or, if we were being really extravagant, fly to Bar Harbor and get lobster rolls. For more information on StndAIR please visit www.stndair.com.