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- Father’s Day 2019 falls on Sunday, June 16.
- You only have a couple weeks left to procure a gift for dad, but there’s no need to get overwhelmed, especially if he considers himself an outdoorsman, since this list is rife with ideas.
- If you’re looking for more gift ideas for dad, you can check out all of Insider Picks Father’s Day gift guides for 2019 here.
There’s an endless number of outdoor gifts to give Dad this Father’s Day, but there’s no need to get overwhelmed. After having testing a good bit of these gifts ourselves, we’ve got a list of gear and gadgets to adorn most any outdoorsy dad, from the itinerant wave junky to the venerable beach bum and the alpine adventurer to the campfire cook. Whatever Dad’s into, we’ve got something for just about any expedition, big or small.
But if the garage is full, or your dad is already too kitted out with coolers, kayaks, and everything in between, maybe a $20 lifetime membership to REI’s Co-op initiative is in order — 70% of proceeds go to protecting the future of the great outdoors. After all, what could make him happier than to have a little more piece of mind that it will be there for future family members to enjoy?
Looking for more gift ideas? Find even more cool and unique Father’s Day gifts here. For the interesting and out-of-the-ordinary, try one of these personalized gifts. If there’s a new dad in your life, he’ll appreciate these useful gifts geared for new fatherhood. And good, old-fashioned flowers are never a bad choice.
A two-in-one koozie and cooler cup.
Because plastic Solo cups are, once and for all, out, Dad.
A waterproof, drop-proof, and dirt-proof case for his iPhone.
Whether he’s starting to get clumsy or he always has been, this might save him a few hundred dollars or more for a phone replacement.
A lightweight, bounce-free, and rechargeable headlamp.
This is the headlamp I use for almost everything, especially outdoors activities where the weight of a battery pack in front becomes painfully burdensome. Also, he can finally ditch the AA batteries.
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