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"Practical" - A Father's Day 2017 gift guide.
With Father's Day around the corner, everyone assembles their short list of "great gift ideas for dad". The consensus is that neckties and grilling accessories are gosh. The best gifts this year all fall under the same description: Practical.
At Proozy.com, we put together a list of our most realistic and practical gifts for Dad.
Practical Father's Day Gifts
Every dad has something worth protecting. Whether it's camera equipment, fishing gear, sports memorabilia, or even just the remote control, help him protect it from the elements. This German-engineered, completely customizable case with block foam will keep out the dust, water, and unwanted attention. Get it for dad for $14.
Sunglasses are one of those accessories that seem to have the shortest lifespan. They seem to be lost, sat upon, or annoyingly scratched at an alarming rate. Everyone appreciates nice sunglasses, especially when they are stylish, name-brand, and affordably priced. Now $10 off with code BLOG10.
This one is a no-brainer. Whether you're heading to the golf course, FR-OLF course, tennis court, or even just the backyard this Father's Day, this is a great shirt for the occasion. If you haven't read the previous blog about the importance of the modern polo shirt, please check it out here. It comes in dozens of colors, so you're bound to find one works for the dad in your life. Prices start from $34.
There's a common misconception about this product that is only for that rugged, world-traveler, when in reality this is one of the most useful outdoor products on the market. This should be mandatory for every fishing/hunting/hiking trip and preparedness kit. And with the price being so low, it's hard to say no to getting a few. Get it for just $13.
"What the heck is a tactical pen?" is what everyone says when they see it. It's an aircraft-grade aluminum constructed pen that safely houses a steel knife blade, an 80 Lumen light, and features a tungsten steel tip capable of quickly shattering glass. Oh, and it's an ink pen, also. All these features for just $24.