Blue ties, red ties, navy ties, and maybe a whimsical golf-themed tie. It’s a never-ending stream of ties for our poor dads on Father’s Day. This year, get out of the tie rut and give Dad a gift that he’ll truly enjoy having and might even use pretty often! Stand out from your siblings as the child that gave Dad a truly memorable gift.
1. Personalized pocketknife
Every man could use a pocketknife. It’s a tool that comes in handy in all sorts of situations, and it gives men a nice boost of “this is a classic man moment” testosterone when they pull it. Make sure Dad has a classy one to carry around proudly, especially one that was gifted to him by his loving child. What’s more, this pocketknife will be extra special because of the words engraved on it – “#1 Dad” or his actual name.
2. Engraved hammer
The hammer is another quintessential mark of man. Pounding things forcefully and nailing something hard? Yup, the hammer is a tool that every red-blooded man needs. It gives him a chance to use his strength and show off the precise capabilities of his muscles (until he hits his thumb and unleashes a stream of words that will make the children ask, “What does **** mean, Daddy?). Give him a fine wooden-handled hammer with a personalized message engraved just for him.
3. U.S.A. beer cap map
Beer and America. It’s a timeless pairing that proudly shouts red, white, and blue. They’re also two of the things that men love most, making a gift that combines them an outstanding choice for Father’s Day. Get the father in your life a U.S.A. beer cap map. Beer caps are often colorful and stamped with attractive logos, so it’s a shame to toss them out, especially for a beer you’ve never tried before. To remember his favorite beers and each new beer he tries, he can save the caps and pop them right into this fun and sturdy wood cutout of the United States of America. There are lots of men out there that already collect bottle caps but relegate their collections to a random kitchen drawers. This is a fine display piece that will spark a lot of great conversations at his next dinner party.
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