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Newsflash, Father’s Day is just around the corner. Your dad is not the type of guy to sit around the house being lazy. Skiing, hiking, fishing, biking are more his speed. Active and outdoorsy, your dad is always on the move and he needs a gift to to support that.
We just made shopping for him a whole lot easier. Whether your dad is a weekend warrior who just likes to tailgate or a full-fledged outdoorsman who is ready to hike the Adirondack Trail, you cannot go wrong with these gift ideas.
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The Todra K1 is more than just your average t-shirt. Equipped with Beyond’s drirelease technology, it wicks away sweat as well as any performance shirt on the market. It also happens to be insanely soft with a fit that screams comfort. You simply cannot go wrong with a t-shirt this good.
Benchmade 535-3 Bugout – $300
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Your dad will definitely appreciate the functionality of Benchmade’s Bugout knife. Whether at home or in the backcountry, the Bugout is equipped to handle all situations. Stunning looks, lightweight, yet durable construction and the perfect size, this extremely sharp knife is something the Dad will be proud to show off to all of his friends.
Hitchfire Grill Station Bundle – $698.97
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Every dad knows that no good adventure is complete without a little post activity sustenance. HitchFire’s Spring Bundle will help your dad elevate his tailgate game to new heights. The Forge 15 Grill attaches right to your truck’s hitch and is detachable to use on the tabletop. It offers ample amount of cooking space to grill on while the additional side burner kit gives dad yet another cooking option.
Roark Serrano Shorts – $68
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These shorts are straight butter and your dad will love them for their comfort and versatility. Made from recycled 4-way stretch material and equipped an elastic waste and exterior drawstring, the fit is next to perfect. So whether you’re dad is on a jog, surfing at the beach or just off to grad an après-surf bevvie, he’ll be doing it in style and comfort.
Camp Ridge Sunglasses – $79
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These glasses are designed for adventure. The polarized lenses offer 100% UVA UVB protection and are made with extremely durable cellulose acetate. Meanwhile, the wood inlays add an element of style that is unrivaled by other brands. Ultimately, Camp has made a well-designed pair of sunglasses that are functional, stylish, come at a great price point and your dad will love.
Orca Walker 20 Cooler – $199
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For the price, you cannot beat this cooler. It’s designed specifically for day adventures and over delivers on what you’ll need it for in that time frame. Designed in a way that works easier that other similar coolers on the market, your dad will love its functionality and how cold it keeps the après beers that he takes on his next adventure.
Ravean Electric Handwarmer Powerbank – $39.99
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Ravean’s new handwarmer is the perfect gift for any dad that has sat out in the cold watching their kid’s sporting events. Stylish and sleek thanks to it’s premium cork wrapped outer layer it looks really cool. Looks are only the beginning. This little powerbank uses three different settings to keep his hands very warm as well as charge his phone in no time.
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If your dad is a trail runner that the new Timp 3 is a solid choice. Centered around Alta’s Zero Drop and Footshape technology, Altra has added their Quantic cushioned midsole for comfort and MaxTrac outsole for maximum grip. This has ultimately created a very versatile runner that can take him from the pavement to the peak in no time.
Rich Stoner is the founder of the après-ski lifestyle clothing and media brand, All About Après. No stranger to the ski and après-ski scene, Rich has been a long time contributor for many publications on topics like skiing, gear, beer and food. However, his passion is on the slopes and enjoying good times with good people. You can find him perfecting his craft carving turns and drinking beers in the Green Mountains of Vermont. @allaboutapres