The best gifts are the ones that fit. Which is why we’ve rounded up our favourite gifts for Dad this Father’s Day that are not only super comfy but also super essential… how fitting! For the man who usually says he wants nothing for Father’s Day, give him something that feels like nothing else.
FOR THE COMFY DAD
There’s nothing that a pair of pyjama bottoms and fresh pair of socks can’t fix. For the Dad who prefers his off-duty style 24/7, our Jersey Sleep Pant is long in the leg but not short on comfort. Made from 100% cotton jersey, it features a mock fly and handy side pockets for storing essentials. Throw in a pair of our Logo Lite No Show Sport Socks, made from lightweight breathable fabric that won’t leave his feet hot and sweaty.
Socks and jocks may seem like a foolproof Father’s Day gift, but we promise these jocks really will wow Dad in more ways than one. Made from Bonds Cool™ technology, our new men’s Guyfront Trunks are designed to wick away moisture to ensure he stays dry and cool where it counts. He’ll literally feel like a new man every day in a fresh pair of undies designed to keep him feeling fresh.
Looking for a cute way to celebrate Dad this Father’s Day? Let their imaginations go wild with our free downloadable cards – the perfect way to put a smile on Dad’s dial (and keep them busy for about 15 minutes!) Your mini artists can create a one-off masterpiece with these free designs that can easily be downloaded, printed off, folded in half and coloured in. Designed in a range of fun and bold prints, each card can be printed out and coloured in to create a bespoke masterpiece for Dad. Click on to download our free cards…
Looking for a quick, tasty winter warmer dish that isn’t your typical soup/stew? These cheesy broccoli and bacon stuffed potato skins from our resident food blogger, Laura Ford, are a fantastic family-friendly meal. The recipe involves scooping out the cooked potato and creating a cheesy mashed potato filling flavoured with broccoli and bacon, and are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser!
If you’re not the broccoli and bacon type, Laura recommends changing up the flavours by adding corn, cooked chicken breast, tuna, lean ham, capsicum, tomato, kale or spinach. You can even try making this more gourmet with blue cheese, parmesan or a vintage cheddar. Get in our bellies!