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Father's Day gift guide

Published On: Mar 12 2012 02:53:30 PM CDT   Updated On: Jun 10 2016 11:44:24 AM CDT
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As Father’s Day approaches, surprise dad with one of these gift ideas.

Watch: Yes, your dad can check the time on his cell phone, but help him look classy by buying him a new watch this Father’s Day.

Baseball glove: Let your dad rediscover his boyhood days by giving him a new baseball glove. Now he can play catch with his kids or grandkids in the yard.

Golf accessories: If your dad loves to golf help him upgrade his bag, clubs and other accessories.

Fishing gear: For dads who enjoy fishing, give him new items to take on a fishing trip this year.

Tools: Is there a new tool your dad has been eying? If so present it to him at Father’s Day.

Grilling accessories: Does your dad love to grill? Find your dad the latest and greatest grilling accessories this Father’s Day.

Grilling cookbook: Help your dad try new recipes on the grill with a grilling cookbook.

Wallet: Has your dad’s wallet seen better days? Help him upgrade with a new wallet this Father’s Day.

Phone: Is your dad’s phone borderline archaic? Help him upgrade by giving him a new phone this Father’s Day.

Subscriptions: Surprise your dad with a subscription to his favorite magazines, Netflix,  or even his cable package.

Craft beer cookbook: Is your dad into craft beer? Give him a craft beer cookbook to let him make his own at home.

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