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11 Father’s Day Gifts For Dads Who Travel

By Rachel George

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Father’s Day is a special occasion for dads to be showered with extra love and gifts. Most dads get a crafty handmade card from their children, a special tie or a new shirt. They might even get breakfast in bed at mom’s approval. Sure, they could buy these items themselves, but it’s extra sentimental coming from a loved one.

But what about the dads on the go? What do you get the dad who enjoys traveling from destination to destination for work or pleasure? Here are our 12 suggestions.

Genuine Leather Travel Wallet

This quality leather travel wallet fits up to two passports, four-six debit cards, and some cash. It comes in red, brown and blue and you can personalize it with names and initials.

Apple Charging Stand

Charge your iPhone, Airpods, and Apple Watch all at the same time from this portable 3 in 1 charging device. It’s perfect for the nightstand and makes it easy to quickly grab all of your electronics first thing in the morning. Don’t worry too much about durability, it’s made from aluminum alloy.


SNAPTAIN Wifi Drone

Dads like toys too! For example, Dad will love this lightweight drone. It’s perfect for dads with aspirations of hiking to the top of Mount Everest and taking cool aerial shots and rotating videos of the views up top. With the sound of your voice, you can control the drone’s takeoff, landing, and return. It also has altitude hold and a gravity sensor.

Portable Golf Putting Board

It takes practice, practice, practice. Let your dad get his Tiger Woods on with this portable putting board. It has an automatic ball return feature for consistency and alignment controls. Balls and golf clubs are not included.

A WAVZ Grooming Set

Even on the road, Dad can get his wave game up with WAVZ Nourishing Butter Moisturizer. Suitable for head to toe hydration and made with natural ingredients, WAVZ is based out of Memphis, TN and is available for purchase online. Their $55 deluxe WAVZ package, includes two bottles of moisturizer, a brush and a guide on how to achieve 360 waves.

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Noise-Cancelling Headphones

Forbes listed Sony WH1000XM3 as one of the best noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones. They work wonders when dad is in his man cave wanting to tune out everyone for a quick second or on a long flight and needing to zone out. Just charge them for 10-15 minutes for five hours of play time, when traveling.

Travel Laptop Backpack

Whether you’re traveling for pleasure or work, this travel bag has enough space for your clothes, is a perfect sized carry-on and features a hidden anti-theft pocket for a 15-inch laptop. Charge your phone while walking with two built-in chargers, one outside and one inside of the bag.

Beard Kit

Give back to the community by purchasing a beard kit from Golden Grooming Co. 5% of their proceeds go towards at-risk youth and HBCU students. Free shipping for orders over $30.

Best Farter, I Mean Father Shirt

Here’s a fun gag gift for funny fathers. They’ll get a great laugh at you and themselves while wearing the shirt (only after realizing what it says). I think I might need to purchase one for my brother.

Personalized Liquor Decanter

Whenever you see “Daddy’s Juice” engraved on a bottle or container, you know it’s not for you. Personalize this whiskey decanter to make your dad feel extra special at home.

Custom Cuff Links

For the suit and tie, fashionable dad, help him maintain his swag with custom cufflinks. Customize them with his initials, hobby, sports team or favorite cartoon character. Whether you’re looking for a keepsake gift or something he’ll wear regularly, this is it.

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