August 31, 2021

Your Guide to This Year's Best Father's Day Gifts

It's that day again when the men in our lives feel a bit more pampered than usual!

With Father’s Day coming up, we know that many of you will have gifts sorted by now, but this one's for those of you who are still trying to figure out what to give dad this unpredictable and weird year. On this occasion, we've gone a step further so you can treat dad with something special – something that will bright up his day even if the circumstances out there are not the most desirable. We encourage you to make this day one of dad’s best so far with our Father’s Day gift guide!

1. MiHIGH – Infrared Sauna Blanket

This is a perfect gift for those dads in need of a de-stress moment during these lockdown times. The Sauna Blanket is a gift for those father figures who think of fitness and health from a different perspective, love new tech, or just want an extra unique gadget to play with this year.

2. Kitchenaid – Cordless Mixer

Is dad the best chef at home? He will love this handy mixer with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The collection packs all the power you expect without the cord, giving dad the freedom to chop, blend, and mix anywhere – from the kitchen to the backyard barbeque or even by the pool. Frozen margaritas, anyone?

3. 42 Degrees South – Cab Sav Merlot 3 Pack

Spoil dad with a lovely drop of 42 Degrees South! We may not be able to visit him due to the current climate, but we can surprise him with this fantastic Aussie wine range. High quality, environmentally sustainable, and fresh, this vibrant selection of wines from 42 Degrees South will be a real hit.

4. Country Road – The Australian Made T-shirt

This tee is proudly made in Melbourne using 100% Australian cotton, designed in a heavier weighted fabric for a luxurious feel. It’s cut in a relaxed, longer-line fit with a ribbed crew neckline and twin stitch detailing at the arm, cuff, and neck seam. The perfect gift for dad’s daily errands, even if he’s staying home.

5. The Groomed Man Co – Mangrove Citrus Beard Oil and Balm Kit

Take care of dad’s precious beard with this Beard Oil and Balm duo. With an incredible scent of lemongrass, rosemary, and patchouli, these face care products are loaded with nourishing argan and jojoba oils, Ucuuba butter, Vitamin E, and Brazilian Babassu. We know that dad will love the low wax and zero dandruff results!

6. Roku Gin – The Japanese Craft Gin

Is dad a lover of all things gin? Then this will be the perfect gift for him. This gin is a luxe yet natural product blended with six different Japanese botanicals: Sakura flower, Sakura leaf, Yuzu peel, Sencha tea (green tea), Gyokuro tea (refined green tea), and Sanshō pepper.

Each element symbolises a season, with the highly original mix resulting in ROKU’s balanced flavour.

7. Troubadour – Slim Belt

Handcrafted in vegetable-tanned Italian leather, this belt is one of those accessories your dad will wear day in and day out. It feels casual and goes in style with almost any outfit – a no brainer for easy-going dads that want a polished look while keeping things simple.

8. Hunter Lab – World’s Greatest Dad Kit

As the name suggests, this is a gift for the greatest dad around (yours!). At Hunter Lab, they have put together a daily skincare routine so dad can keep rocking that mature yet healthy skin as nobody else does.

The pack includes a cleansing facial scrub, SPF50+ sunscreen, and a mini daily face fuel to keep his skin looking fresh as ever.

9. Everdure by Heston Blumenthal – CUBE Charcoal Portable BBQ Graphite

Picnic days are not far away, so this portable barbeque will come in super handy for dad’s first post-lockdown outings! It's super easy to carry with space for all his cutlery, tools, and coal, so there’s no need for any add-ons. And thanks to the heat-protected firebox and stay-cool handles of this innovative cooker, he can safely flip burgers wherever he'd like.

10. Sheep INC – 005 The Hoodie

Style and sustainability are closer than ever thanks to brands like Sheep INC. This super cool hoodie is 100% biodegradable, zero waste, zero harm, and zero emissions approved – all while keeping dad warm and cosy when the sun is hiding.

11. Grown Alchemist – Iconic Exclusive Healthy Skincare Kit

If you like the idea of gifting dad some skincare but most packs seem a bit too small, this one's for you. The Grown Alchemist essentials kit includes everything, well, essential, which will leave your dad feeling healthy and confident.

The pack includes:

Instant Smoothing Serum: Tri-Hyaluronan Complex - 25ml

Anti-Pollution Primer Prebiotic-Peptide, Anti-Pollution Shield Complex, Ganoderma Extract - 50ml

Gentle Gel Facial Cleanser: Geranium Leaf, Bergamot, Rosebud - 50ml

Polishing Facial Exfoliant: Pink Grapefruit, Glucomannan Extract - 20ml

Hydra-Repair Day Cream: Camellia, Geranium Blossom - 12ml

Regenerating Night Cream: Neuro-Peptide, Violet Leaf Extract - 12ml

12. Aere – Organic Knitted Long Sleeve Polo

This organic cotton polo is a wardrobe staple that any dad will be thrilled to own. Summer nights out, backyard cricket, and road trips are all perfect settings for dad to rock this classy yet comfy polo.

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