Your dad isn’t one of those dads who just sits in a recliner watching all the fun happen on television. He gets out there and does it himself! We know the type! This year, get as adventurous with his Father’s Day gift as he is. Skip the same old box of golf balls, and get him something he’ll really love. Here are a few ideas.
The Timex T5J031 Heart Rate Monitor with time and date is perfect for active dads who care about their health. The watch doesn’t just monitor heart rate, it provides the number of calories burnt andgives the minimum, average, and peak heart rate at the end of a workout.
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This set of travel toiletries is perfect for Dad’s gym bag. The products included in the set are designed to help “fight fatigue, invigorate the senses, and speed recovery.” There’s a lotion with SPF, a scrub and muscle soak, and a balm for sore muscles, so you’ll be taking care of your Old Man even while he’s at the gym.
Make sure Dad stays hydrated during any hikes, bike rides, or climbs with the Camelbak M.U.L.E.Hydration Pack. It holds 100 oz of water, so he’ll be taken care of no matter how far he ventures out. The pack doesn’t just hold water, though. There are also organizer pockets for essentials like snacks, some sunscreen, and sunglasses. It also features an independent suspension shoulder harness, so Dad will stay comfortable.
With all the great apps for cyclists, it’s a shame that Dad can’t access his phone while he’s on a ride…But wait! He can! Our v3 BikeMount has a dual retention lock system (it uses both our magnetic kit and RokLock mounting technology), so his precious phone will be safe and secure. Best of all, Dad will be able to answer your calls while keeping both hands on the handlebars and both eyes on the road! Phew.
Now that you know what to get your dad, you’ll be able to solidify your position as the favorite child. Just prepare yourself for your siblings’ jealous stares when the presents are opened.
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