Father’s Day Gift Guide

Father’s Day can traditionally be accompanied by added stress in finding the perfect way to express a lifetime of gratitude. Men can be hard to please with gifts, but what can really make it special is if it’s something he really will use and enjoy. Eliminate the pressure by getting him a gift that he really will love! We’ve been in the Men’s fashion business for over 40 years, and are excited for the opportunity to put together a Father’s Day Gift Guide to help you make the perfect selection.

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Jerry Garcia Ties – $40

We’ve been carrying these Jerry Garcia ties for many years and they are still a store favorite. With fantastic new colors and fun patterns, any choice will make him a happy man. 

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If you’re going to get Dad a tie, make it a “Jerry”

 

Belts – $32+

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Dad could always use a new belt, and we’ve got lots to choose from! Whether he needs a new belt for a special occasion or for everyday use, we have a wonderful selection. 

 

Bracelet $40 – $98

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Is your dad adventurous in the fashion world? Liven up his everyday look with a contemporary Men’s Bracelet. Many of the bracelets features bicycle chain parts and are handmade in Ashland!

 

Paper Clip People – $28 and $48 

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 Help dad get organized this Father’s Day with a fun and and practical way for Dad to store  Paper Clips on his desk.

 

Razors, Brushes, Pre-Shave, Shave and after Shave Creams 

$24+

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Could your dad use an upgrade in the shaving department? We’ve got quite the variety of options to keep him looking sharp – all the best from Edwin Jagger, England

 

Randolph Sunglasses $140+

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 Protect your dad’s eyes from the sun and keep him looking stylish with these Randolph Sunglasses. Made in the USA. Good enough for the US Military. Good enough for dad.

 

To top it all off, keep these tips in mind when planning his special day. 

1. Eliminate the pressure, make sure you actually plan a free day with Dad! 

2. Spend time together. 

3. Make romance, honor your partner and friend. 

4. Focus on him, let him decide how he wants to spend the day! 

5. Bring on the praise. 

 

Until next time,

Ken 

Nimbus, Owner & Buyer “GIC (Guy in Charge)”