Father’s day is right around the corner. Every year I go through the same panic as I struggle to find a gift for my handsome hubby. If you are like me, then look no further. We’ve compiled a Father’s Day Gift Guide with something for everyone. How do we know it will past the test with the men in your life? Because our very picky husbands chose everything on the list. So relax, grab a glass of wine and do a little online shopping for the men in your life. They deserve it!
Bookish Father’s Day Pairings:
For the dad that is the avid golfer (or who would like to be), the book The Swinger: A novel by Micheal Bamberger and a new Taylor Made M1 golf club are the perfect thing This driver is completely adjustable and can help correct any imperfections in your swing (unless you are Charles Barkely– in which case, sorry man).
For the dad who loves to grill, The Grilling Bible is the perfect way to start the summer. Let him get creative (and give you a rest from the cooking). Pair that with a great digital meat thermometer, a great set of BBQ Grill tools and an all natural wood scraper and any BBQ will be a success!
Want to let dad have some fun with the guys? Jonathan Little’s Excelling at No-Limit Hold’em: Leading poker experts discuss how to study, play and master NLHE is the perfect book to prepare him for a poker night. Pair that with a Poker set with an Aluminum case and clay composite chips and he will look like a pro.
So you want to get your husband the equivalent of lingerie? The book Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body is the perfect thing. Add some Bowflex weights that he can use at home and it’s the perfect compromise. The best part? They hardly take up any space!
We’ve talked about our love for Tim Federle’s Tequilla Mockingbird: Cocktails with a Literary Twist, but it really makes a perfect gift for just about anyone! Add in a bar set worthy of James Bond and you have a great gift!
Does dad love baseball? How about tickets to a Phillies game? Nothing is better than a warm afternoon, baseball and a hotdog and fries. Let him brush up on his Phillies history with The Fightin’ Phillies: 100 years of Philadelphia Baseball from the Whiz Kids to the Misfits.