Father’s Day Gifts for the Adventurous Dad

Father’s Day is this coming Sunday, and we know there are more than a few of you procrastinators who have yet to find the perfect gift for your Pops. That’s where we (and quick online shipping!) come in clutch. We put together a list of both new and classic gifts for the outdoors-loving dad. And—as a bonus—most of these can be enjoyed by mom too!

Stanley Travel Flask—Mountain summits. Roaring campfires. Backyard barbecues. This Stanley flask fits perfectly into a pack and will keep your beverage of choice safe and sound. And speaking of what to put into flasks…

Barrel Strength BourbonDad likes his delicious spirits, but does he know the ins and outs of the industry, the history of the bourbon crafters, or the secrets behind bourbon’s explosive growth? Pair the book, written by award-winning bourbon journalist Carla Harris Carlton, with the new Hydroflask tumbler for a perfect gift set.

RTIC Cooler—These rotomolded coolers (hello, holding ice for 10 days!) have taken the market by storm. And at a great price point, it’s a must for the beach, the lake, or the campground. Get them while you can—they sell out fast!

Kammock Hammock—Even adventurers need some R&R sometimes. This hammock is light enough to throw into your pack but sturdy enough to hold (almost) the entire family.

One Best Hike: Mount WhitneyMount Whitney looms on many adventurers’ bucket lists, but its daunting nature may deter Dad from giving it a shot. This guide by Elizabeth Wenk will walk him from the training all the way to the summit.

Goodr Sunglasses—There are expensive sunglasses, there are cheap sunglasses, and now there are Goodr sunglasses. All the rage with runners, their no-slip, no-bounce colorful frames pair perfectly with the price.

Rumpl Blanket—Perfect for picnics, stargazing, and snuggling in a tent, Rumpl blankets are a luxury item you won’t mind bringing along on backcountry adventures.


Tanya Twerdowsky
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