Father’s Day Gifts Your Dad Won’t Hate
Instead of wasting money on another Father’s Day gift your dad doesn’t want, get him something that’ll help him look, feel, cook, and putt better.
By Robert Haynes-Peterson
With the exception of Al Bundy, Michael Lohan, and guys who turn out to be serial killers, dads rule. But no matter how great yours is, there’s always something he could use that’ll help him continue to evolve. From the tools he cooks with, the putter he uses to par a hole, to the booze he sips to relax, give your dear ol’ dad something worthwhile this Father’s Day instead of wasting money on another ugly tie you know he won’t wear.
For dads who like bling
The oversized Swiss-made watches from IceLink ($1,300 to $40,000) are available at an LA flagship shop at Fred Segal Melrose. Some styles, like the limited-edition Zermatt ZT1, boast multiple time zones on one face, others have lots and lots of diamonds, and all are made from 100-percent awesomeness.