• Matt Anderson

The Best Father's Day Gifts

On Sunday the 20th June, it's time to raise a glass to all the great Dads and Grandads out there. Although every year millions of confused children face the same conundrum: what do I get the man who has everything? For some people, it can be almost too easy. Your Dad's into golf? Get him some quirky club covers. He's into fishing? Get him a novelty singing fish to hang on the wall, obviously... But what do you do when your Dad doesn't partake in a cliche'd hobby he can proclaim on the darkened walls of his man-cave? Well never fear, SlayBoxes is here to give you some sure-fire hits that are sure to satiate those grey-haired palettes.



Arts and Craft-y


Another fairly cliche'd hobby at this point. Craft Beer is a fantastic gift for those fathers who like to combine culture with getting certifiably tipsy. With every flavour you can imagine, from caffeine to hot sauce and even seafood (yes that's real, look up WildBeerCo's 'Of The Sea' flavour) there is something out there to suit any papa's particular taste. If you're interested in picking up a couple of cans for your Dad to try, you can pick up a free trial box at Beer52, only having to pay for postage. They also have a limited time Father's Day box, if your old man is worth the extra cash. There are many other great craft beer sites too, including PROUD Beer, which we highlighted in our last post for Pride Month.



I Am Your Father


Maybe underneath the manly, rugged exterior, your Dad is just a big old nerd at heart. Geeky memorabilia is the hot trend right now, so many outlets have jumped aboard, selling classic father's day gifts with a superhero or sci-fi twist. Fancy a pair of lightsaber BBQ tongs? What about some Iron Man repulsor gloves? Or maybe take it back to the 80's with a Ghostbusters neon sign, perfect for the man cave. Whether it's a pop culture classic or something more recent and niche, sites like Etsy, IWOOT, and JustGeek, have multitude of options and special offers that will make your Dad jump out his Jedi robes in excitement.



Shameless Self Promotion


Nothing says you care about your Dad's wellbeing quite like a Slay Box. His first box will include all the information he could possibly need about taking care of his skin, including a routine guide, multitude of products and detailed product descriptions. Older men taking care of their skin is still seen as weirdly taboo and so there's no better way to show the older generation it's never too late to start appreciating themselves than by sending a SlayBox right to their doorstep. If you're interested in picking up something for Pops, speak to a Slay consultant, we'd be more than happy to work with you to find the right products you need.

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