Father’s Day Gift Guide inspired by the Dad in your life who enjoys running, basketball, golf, biking, or any activity for that matter. You are sure to find the perfect last-minute gift for Dad, at Sport Chek, with these Father’s Day gift ideas…
Father’s Day Gift Guide
I’m starting with this Dri-Fit Training Fleece Hoodie by Nike as a Father’s Day gift idea because it is so versatile. Not only can it be worn for indoor and outdoor training – Dad could wear this anytime as a layer piece. Think: summer evening at the cottage!
Aside: my husband just went on a trip and was searching his closet for something exactly like this hoodie…because plane’s can be chilly once the air conditioning kicks in. That is why this Dri-Fit hoodie is at the top of my Father’s Day gift ideas list.
An Adidas Response Shirt is soft, comfortable, and lightweight; making it a great shirt for Dad to wear on a run. Or bike ride. Or training session. And these shirts wash like a dream!
I shop at Sport Chek because they are conveniently located and have solid quality products. I know whatever I buy will be a hit. Plus, you can get Cineplex SCENE points with your purchase (which goes towards movies…so you buy a top-quality product PLUS you get rewards for a future date night! WIN).
More Father’s Day gift ideas from Sport Check
You could treat Dad with cushioned Charged Ultimate Training Shoes by Under Armour. You could gift Dad an Under Armour Run Streaker Shirt. Or a pair of Nike’s Flex Distance 2-in-1 Shorts (Dad will LOVE them). Maybe encourage Dad to get his tech on with a Garmin vívoactive HR with heart rate monitor. These gift ideas are timeless and all-season; making them the perfect gift ideas for Father’s of every size, shape, and age.
From running to training to golf to biking…it’s nice to treat Dad to a gift which will get him outside and active. Physical activity is a great way for Dad to relieve stress, get physically fit, and enjoy over-all wellness. Plus, you can enjoy sports and activities together as a whole family; allowing you to connect with the Dad you love most. 🙂
Disclosure: This post is in partnership with Sport Chek. Opinions, as always, are my own.