Team Logos Are Always A Winner With Dad & Boys
Some people think it’s hard to find good Christmas gifts for men.
But it’s actually really easy – simply given them something with his favorite team’s logo on it!
With that in mind PubClub.com presents this ultimate mens’ holiday gift guide. These items go beyond a basic t-shirt or jacket with the team’s logo, but take it to another level with some really good gift ideas. These items can be purchased from team websites, fan merchandise sites, Amazon, e-Bay and more on-line sites.
1.) A Team Logo Grill
Get this for dad and he will make more trips to the grocery store to bring back steaks to grill. Alternative gifts include grilling accessories with team logos and a grill cover. Price: $350 and up for a grill depending on the model.
Let dad sit back and enjoy the game in comfort. Of course, in tense moments he may only use the front of it! Price: $750-1,500
3.) (Good) Tickets To A Big Game
There’s nothing quite like being there and going to a game with dad is a priceless experience. For everyone. Price: $95 and up per ticket
Heck yeah! This can go on the porch, in the TV room, in the garage, so dad can always have a cold beer within each reach. Price: $300
5.) Utility Wagon
Dad always has stuff he needs to haul around and this will put a little bounce in his step when he goes out to do work in the yard or for other chores. Price: $300
6.) Team Car Mats
This is another great gift idea. But seek mom’s approval first! Cost: $30/pair
7.) Neon Bar Sign
Perfect for the game-watching man cave room! Price: $150
You know dad will wear these ALL the time. Price: $50
9.) TV Tray Tables
My dad always had tray tables in the house so he could have lunch or dinner in front of the TV during a game. I found these that are pictured on Wayfair. Price: $199
10.) Wall Clock
Here is a very cool gift. Dad likes things he can display and a wall clock is prefect. It’s also unique because not everyone would think of having a one. Price: $30-50
Adolph Rupp Kentucky Basketball Book
There’s a new book out about legendary University of Kentucky basketball coach Adolph Rupp, Adolph Rupp and the Rise of Kentucky Basketball. Known as the “Baron of the Bluegrass,” Rupp won 27 SEC and four National Championships. The book covers Rupp’s early years, through his undergraduate years at the University of Kansas and taking classes with James Naismith to his success at Kentucky. Price: $24.85 (paperback), $40 (hardcover) and can be purchased here: www.kentuckypress.com.
Customized Phone Case
Here’s a nice gift for techie dads if you can’t afford something super expensive. A customized phone case is the best of both worlds; it’s personal and practical. Use a silly photo of your dad for the design to get back for all the dad jokes, and you’ve got a killer present in your hands.
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