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Frugalista Gift Ideas 4 Father: Love to Daddy the Outdoorsman

FATHER, DADDY, DADA, DAD, POPS,

PAPA, BABA, DADDIO, BABAYI,

DA, APA, PAPI

 Whatever we call him any of the above or simply by his given name, most of us are pretty fond of the “old man”.  To paraphrase an old song:  

I’ll always love my (Daddy), (he’s) my favorite (guy).

You have just over two weeks to buy him the perfect gift. And if he’s a new Dad, Mom, you might have double gift duty. The Frugalista Gift Guide is here to help.  These gift ideas fit the Daddy who likes to get physical or work outside.

This Daddy would probably rather not be gifted with a tie.

ATHLETIC/OUTDOOR Man

Whether Daddy jogs, bicycles, does yoga or scores in a sport, he might appreciate these. The Under Armour Escape 9 Inch Woven Shorts feature the trademark breathable material. These are also ultra-lightweight.

$20 $38 finishline.com

UA Escape Woven Pants – finishline.com

Not quite right for Daddy? Check out Finish Line’s entire sale.  They offer team logo attire, various types of shorts, lots of t-shirts and jackets–all up to 60% off.

 

Crane Spring Strike Bell – adelineadeline.com

Brooks Trouser Strap – adelineadeline.com

The Brooks Trouser Strap and Crane Karen Spring Strike Bell Brass might be perfect for the Daddy who cycles to work, store, etc. Strap available in eight colors. Bell advertised as producing a crisp, clear dinging sound to warn of approach.

$27 (Strap) $14 (bell) adelineadeline.com

 

Joint & Muscle Rescue Bath – kneippus.com

 

Gift Daddy with some relief after any strenuous activity. The Kneipp Joint & Muscle Rescue Bath contains warming arnica, which relieves pain and helps improve circulation, Bonus: sunflower oil moisturizes. You might bundle that with a favorite work-out tool, or the Arnica Joint and Muscle Intensive Cream and/or the Arnica Massage Oil, both $22.

$20 (3.4 oz); $5.50 (.68 oz) kneippus.com

 

    

WOLF Garden Crumbler – bluestonegarden.com

Daddy’s garden could become prize-winning with the WOLF-Garden Crumbler. It promises to deliver everything he needs to get the flower or vegetable garden ready to plant. Plus, he can use the tool for weeding, and it has 59” reach. For a limited time get the Anvile Pruner and Garden Trowel as free gifts—a $25 value.

$50 $73 bluestonegarden.com

REI Backpacker First-Aid Kit – rei.com

 

Daddy into hiking or camping? Keep him safe with the well-equipped and organized REI Backpacker First-Aid Kit. The lightweight Backpacker is especially good for newbies. Kit advertised as treating everything from blisters and splinters to larger wounds. Bonus: includes The wilderness First-Aid Manual.

$33 $50 rei.com

Shangri-La Picnic Hamper – rei.com

Or, perhaps Daddy limits his enjoyment of the outdoors to pursuits like picnics. The handsome Shangri-La Picnic Hamper has everything to treat his significant other or a group (or you!) to his signature picnics.  Complete with an insulated compartment.

$60 $80 rei.com

 

Regalta Kettle Grill – homedepot.com

If Daddy loves grilling and has limited space, consider the Ragalta Kettle-Style Charcoal Grill. Good sized cooking surface, steel construction with ash catcher. With a little more room he might enjoy the Char-Griller patio Pro Charcoal Grill ($90) or the Ragalta Family Charcoal Grill ($80).

$40 homedepot.com

Char-Griller Patio Grill – homedepot.com

Regalta Family  Grill – homedepot.com

 

For more grill gift ideas, check out

18 Frugalista Gifts for Grill Masters.

 

Next time: Frugalista Gift Ideas for the Cook/Foodie Dad.

What do you call your Father? 

What’s the adjective you’d use to describe him? 

Do you have a budget for Father’s Day?

And, most important, is there a gift idea list type you’d like to see?

Happy Frugalista Shopping!  

May you find the perfect gift for Father’s Day.  

© DLewis 2013 All Rights Reserved

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