Father’s Day Gift Ideas For Sporty Dads
Clean out of ideas for what to buy your Old Man for Father’s Day? He might say he “doesn’t need anything”, but that’s no excuse to buy him another lame pair of novelty socks. This year, try one of these thoughtful gifts for the sporty Dad in your life instead…
If your Dad is anything like ours, he’s a sucker for a good gadget. Any Mamils (aka. middle-aged men in lycra) will be highly impressed by a pair of headphones that will make tangled wires a thing of the past. We love these Philips headphones for an ‘in the zone’ gym session, or these smart Jaybird ear buds to take out on the road.
Go Karting Experience Day
Despite what this blog post might suggest, we’re all about creating memories instead of buying more 'stuff'. Bond over something a little bit more special and make his F1 dreams come true with a go-karting experience day. It's the perfect way to treat yourself, whilst still looking like the perfect child...
Get him out of that dodgy lycra and a terrible old t-shirt without hurting his feelings by kitting him out in the latest gear. Try these light-weight, lululemon running shorts to give him both comfort and style, or if you really must buy him socks, at least make them super slick and anti-stink!
Book – Shoe Dog
Shoe Dog is the best-selling tale of Nike’s founder and his path to success. It’s the perfect gift to inspire running fanatics, successful businessmen or those who just love a good story!
We might be biased, but a bag of Chocolate Whey Protein is a pretty great present if you ask us. Even better? Take your Old Man for a workout and whip him up a post-workout shake to make sure he recovers in style…
Sportsman recovery kit
Older bodies don’t bounce back quite like they used to, so how about helping your Dad relax and recover this Father's Day with Men’s Society’s Sportsman Recovery Kit? It contains everything they’ll need to say goodbye to their aches and pains, from a stretching guide to soothing muscle rub.
This one’s for the adventure seekers: whether he’s keen on triathlons or loves climbing mountains, help him capture his adventures so that he feels like you’re right there with him.