With Father’s Day right around the corner, it’s time to start brainstorming about the best gift for your fitness-loving, health-conscientious dad.
Say goodbye to the cliché tie; here are fitness-inspired presents he’ll actually enjoy. And the best part? You can buy many of them right here in Amarillo Texas.
Garmin’s Forerunner 35
If your dad loves all things tech, then this GPS running watch is the gift for him. It combines fitness and the latest
technologies to track distance, calories burned and heart rate. He can even upload stats to the Garmin Connect mobile app.
Specialized Fuse Comp 6Fattie Men’s Mountain Bike
As far as mountain bikes go, this one is top of the line. You can find it and other awesome bike accessories at Hills Sport Shop in Amarillo. This particular bike goes for about $1460, so it’s a bigger investment. But isn’t he worth it?
Yurbuds Leap 100 Wireless Earphones
Nothing’s more frustrating than losing your earphones when you run. With these earphones, your dad doesn’t have to worry about it. The earphones offer a sweat-proof, comfortable fit that stays put. Even better? There are no wires to get in the way.
ASICS GEL-Nimbus 19 Running Shoes
These shoes offer optimal comfort for the runner dad in your life. They’re made with FlyteFoam Technology and other superior features that absorb shock, provide exceptional bounce back and improve durability.
Keen Pittsburgh Steel-Toed Boots
If the dad in your life loves to hike, these boots are perfect for him. They’re waterproof and durable enough to withstand everything Palo Duro Canyon has to throw at them. You can find these at The Work Boot over on Civic Circle. They go for about $169.99.
Keen Uneek Braided Slingback
Is your dad more of a sandal guy? Keen Uneek Sandals are made with the same quality craftsmanship as Keen Pittsburgh Boots. They’re super light and flexible and made out of a breathable wrapped cord, making them perfect for long walks. They’re also available at The Work Boot.
Vineyard Vines Kennedy Stripe Performance Polo
Give the dad in your life the gift of style and comfort. In these polos, your dad will look great even when his game isn’t. They go for about $85 a shirt at Corbyn’s in Amarillo.
Coolibar Short Sleeve Cool Fitness Shirt
If the special man in your life hates putting on sunscreen, then he’ll love this sun protection shirt. Made with lightweight, breathable fabric, Coolibar shirts feature moisture-wicking technology to keep him dry while protecting his skin from the harsh sun.
Spyderco Endura 4 Lightweight Knife
Knives Plus off I-40 Frontage Road sells this little beauty for the dad who loves the outdoors. Available in orange, the SP-C10FPOR has a retail price of $119.95 but is on sale now for only $71.99.
The Total Outdoorsman Manual: 374 Skills You Need
Sure, dad may think he knows everything there is to know about the great outdoors, but this book includes tips to make him an even better outdoorsman. From how to cook wild game to getting the most out of a motorboat, there’s something for all experience levels.
Carhartt Legacy Tool Backpack
Got a dad who loves adventure? This backpack is loaded with pockets for storing any type of gear. It’s great for repelling, climbing and hiking in the canyon. And, at only $99.99, it’s quite a steal. You can find it at The Work Boot as well.
Roasters Coffee & Tea Thermos
Whether your dad is a tea guy, a coffee guy or a Coke guy, he’s going to love this thermos. Its insulated surface keeps cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot, making it perfect for a guy on the go. Plus, when he brings it to Roasters, he’ll get half-off “COD” every day.
Personalized Golf Balls
The golfer dad will adore these golf balls customized to fit his personality. The balls can include a name, quote, joke or nearly anything else you dream up. Add a little fun to his next tee time with this gift.
Whether your dad is a fitness enthusiast, a sports guy or a coffee addict, these gifts will be perfect for Father’s Day.
Another great gift idea? Personal training! Give the dad in your life the gift of Tribe Team training at the Amarillo Town Club today.