Dads love gear. And for the father that’s into fitness, workout gear is essential. So, when they have to hit the road for work or pleasure, they must have the proper tools to maintain a healthy routine on the go. So, if that sounds like a dad in your life, try buying one of the below items as a perfect Father’s Day gift.
LEKFIT workouts are designed for men, women, and even kids and have a variety of classes to match and fit your lifestyle and what you need that day. The digital library includes calming, reflective, and recovery-focused workouts, five and 10-minute workouts you can do anytime, and even a specific travel workout with limited equipment. So, to help dad stay healthy on the road, sign up for a LEKFIT Digital Subscription, $34.99/month or $349.99/year, and add on the LEKFIT Band Set ($45) that includes LEKFIT Resistance Cuff, Resistance Tube, and Mini Loop Band for a great workout anywhere in the world.
Abel Made Caden Windbreaker
A windbreaker has to be one of the most versatile pieces of workout gear as it can keep you warm on cooler days and dry on drizzly days. Of course, that means dad has no excuse to skip his workout when traveling. And why not get one from a brand made responsibly, ethically, and domestically? Able Made’s Caden Windbreaker ($350) does just that. It is cut from certified organic cotton rib and recycled, water-resistant nylon making it soft, lightweight, yet durable.
Coaltree Trailhead Shorts
Have an outdoorsy dad in your life? These breathable, four-way stretch shorts are for your dad’s hikes, climbs, biking trails, and lounging time. They pack down into the front right pocket for easy travel or a small pillow for extra versatility. Other reasons he’ll wear them on his next adventure? They’re waterproof, stain-resistant, tear-resistant, and antimicrobial, so they don’t ever smell. Available from $58.99.
Rheos Floating Sunglasses
Sunglasses are key for any dad that considers outside the best gym. And for the dad that particularly loves water sports, floating sunglasses are the bee’s knees. But that’s precisely what Rheos makes. Their floatable sunglasses were designed for high-performance sports, fishing, and boating with polarized lenses, 100% UV protection, and anti-scratch, anti-fog, and anti-glare lenses. Yet, they look great to wear every day. From $65.
Technics EAH-AZ60 True Wireless Earbuds
Good headphones are essential when traveling, mainly to keep you motivated for that on-the-road workout. The Technics EAH-AZ60 True Wireless Earbuds ($229.99) make it easy for dad to enjoy an immersive sound experience, whether a virtual coach or a playlist, to power him through a sweat session. What’s more, they are equipped with eight individual mics to stay in touch with family and friends without sacrificing the connection quality.
Sea to Summit Big River Dry Bag
If your dad’s idea of outdoor recreation involves days spent on the water, the Sea to Summit Big River Dry Bag is the perfect storage bag to keep his gear safe and dry. They are built rugged for kayaking, canoeing, rafting, or motorcycle touring. A white interior laminate allows for better visibility, and Hypalon lash loops make it easy to attach other items. From $25.
Travel Massage Balls
If you have a dad that’s into fitness, you probably know that recovery is a major part of staying healthy. So, getting something for dad that focuses on self-myofascial release will ensure he can feel rejuvenated even under the stresses of travel. That’s where the Kieba Massage Lacrosse Balls come into play. They’re so compact yet pack a big punch. Simply leaning on them eliminates muscle knots and tension and all dad needs is his body weight. For $12.99.
Porter Water Bottle
Staying hydrated is important when working out, especially when traveling. The Porter Glass Water Bottle accomplishes just that and is sleek and simple. It’s reusable, holds 20 oz, features a grippable silicone sleeve, and is leakproof. Bonus: it can be personalized to feature dad’s initials or a sweet message. From $40.