Stuck trying to find the perfect gift for your husband or father for Father’s Day?
Well, you’re leaving it a bit late – Father’s Day is this Sunday – but here are some gift ideas inspired by your favourite AFL players that could save your bacon.
Jocks and socks are a classic Father’s Day gift but Rioli’s Three65 Underwear business comes with a twist.
A subscription to Three65 will see a new supply of underwear arrive on your doorstep every three months – just as those holes start appearing in the old lot – so you don’t have to leave the house or waste your weekend stocking up.
Footy books – DUSTIN FLETCHER, JONATHAN BROWN, ROBERT MURPHY
What dad doesn’t love a good sporting read?
From Fletcher’s tale of longevity through to Brown’s old-school, knockabout charm and Murphy’s collection of poetic footy yarns, there’s a great new footy read for every kind of personality.
Trengove’s streetwear brand has a range of beanies, shirts, jeans, hats and even ties. No matter the style you’re after, Shilah has your clothing needs covered.
Exercise gear isn’t just about fitness anymore. It embodies elements of comfort and fashion.
Taking active clothing to a new level, Brown’s label combines fashion with a feel good, play good experience and is perfect for any man who needs a few extra threads for the upcoming Spring and Summer months.
Following a stressful life as an AFL footballer, Bate launched his clean-eating book 365 Days of Wholeness based on his experiences with food and nutrients.
This works well for any father/husband who wishes to take the next step in feeling better and understanding the conditions the human body needs to function and thrive – all through eating well and living a healthier lifestyle.
“We love the ocean” – and who doesn’t?
Scenic clothing label Scaly Mates, designed by Brisbane’s Marco Paparone, is simple but effective with a range of long-sleeve shirts, hoodies, t-shirts and hats.
Drawing all the logos and designs himself, Paparone’s brand is for those looking to touch up their look with a bit of ocean swag.
For the man who likes to look after his skin – but isn’t inclined to buy any skincare products himself – it’s hard to go past L’Oreal Men Expert, the official skincare partner of AFL Players.
Geelong champion Jimmy Bartel is the ambassador, but the range available at Chemist Warehouse stores has proven to be a hit with plenty of other players.
If your dad’s in need of some high-quality fabrics and fresh, creative designs then Tushay is the brand for you.
Launched by good friends and former teammates Bryce Gibbs and Jordan Russell, Tushay clothing is a neat and affordable present for Father’s Day for any man in need of some clothes that won’t just tear when the three kids are hanging off it.
Is your dad in need of some quality timber furniture, or sick of seeing the wobbly coffee table in the lounge room?
Max Jones Co is a custom-made furniture business, willing and able to take all kinds of orders to suit your interior decorating ideas. They might struggle to get your gift ready before Father’s Day, but an outdoor table could be a great gift idea with the arrival of spring.
If you’re after a smart looking watch, but don’t want to break the bank, Uncle Jack could be your man.
Richmond young gun Brandon Ellis is the brains behind the operation – a simple, classy range that will suit men of all ages.