Father’s Day Gift Guide: presents for every dad

From the father who loves a good snack to the dad who likes sipping on cold brew coffee, our Father’s Day Gift Guide will help you find the perfect gift this year.

father's day gift guide

Dad will stand out with these gifts from our online store Six & Main.

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Why buy your dad a boring gift when you can shop our online store (Six & Main) and find the perfect, most exciting present?

Surprise the father figure in your life with a gift that is sure to stand out. To assist in your search, we’ve created a gift guide featuring items from our store and products we love from other popular brands.

From snacks from the Tennessee Peanut Company to cold brew coffee, it might be hard to just buy one gift. There’s something for every type of dad.

Foodie father
Put some crunch in your father’s life with this Sailor’s Delight Peanuts by Tennessee Peanut Company.

Coffee-loving dad
For the father who appreciates cold brew coffee, you’ll want to support a|dash, a Nashville-based wellness brand that delivers a daily dash of adaptogens through organic cold brew coffee. Order the Chill Chai flavor, which is a caffeine-free custom spice blend.

Outdoor explorer
Have Dad explore the outdoors while wearing this vintage snow wash dad hat by Rainier Watch. Plus, check out these extra roomy fanny packs by Burlaep.

The homebody
Freshen up dad’s space with this Father’s Day 2-Pack For Him by the Wixology Candle Company. This candle set features the “Bourbon Neat” and “Nightcap” scents.

Techie dad
Give Dad a listening upgrade with the second generation AirPods Pro. Or help ease muscle soreness with the Theragun Mini 2.0. Plus, this portable neck fan will make everyone laugh — but catch Dad using it the very next day.

Wait, there’s more. Shop the entire gift guide.

While this list is a great way to start shopping for Dad, we’re working to grow our store, Six & Main, and would love to add more local vendors. If you know any local brands we should be promoting, let us know.

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