You can’t go wrong with BBQ gear, an evergreen gift for Dad


This Father’s Day step up your giving game with a gift he’ll want to brag to all his friends about. We have a gift guide that will please most every Dad, from backyard firepits and BBQ accessories to hip fitness attire.  

Father’s Day Gift Guide

Enjoy the backyard fire pit with all the smoke with a Solo Stove.

Solo Stove Fire Pit

If Dad enjoys a backyard campfire without the smoke haze that usually comes with the territory, he might be a candidate for a Solo Stove Fire Pit:. Designed of stainless steel, these fire pits are light weight and tout a “smokeless design.” A series of small round holes punctuate the bottom of the lower edge of the stoves sucks in air and supplies oxygen to the top. This creates a secondary burn that minimizes smoke output.  

The Solo Stoves also come with cool accessories: A Spark Defense Shield is a screen top that prevents large embers from escaping and a Heat Deflector helps radiate the heat to a large audience at the fire. The 15-lb. Ranger, its smallest stove model, even comes with an optional carrying case you can use to tote the fire pit to the beach with you. Additional tools such as an Angled Poke and Log Grabber, help you stoke your fire. You’ll never have to go hunting for a stick in the woods again–pronged metal sticks are designed for perfect hot dog/marshmallow grilling. Firepits start at $299 but prices vary depending on seasonal discounts.   

This wallet is RFID-blocking so thieves can’t hack your credit cards.

Not your Grandfather’s wallet 

Ridge RFID-blocking wallet: This is not your Grandfather’s wallet. No offense to grandpa, but the traditional leather wallet designed for wads of cash, coins isn’t practical anymore. Most dads prefer a streamlined wallet to stow credit cards and IDs that can be carried in a front pant pocket. Check out the Ridge wallet. Not only is the Ridge a minimalist design, it’s also safer with a RFID–blocking technology. That means thieves can’t steal your credit card info. It also uses elastic to hold up to 12 credit cards. It also has a money clip to store cash, cards and business cards. Wallets start at $95.  

Grilling is easy when Wild Fork offers all the elements for meal prep.

Wild Fork Foods 

This Father’s Day, fire up the grill with high quality meat and seafood from Wild Fork Foods. Treat dad to a delicious meal while enjoying some quality time around barbecue. Wild Fork offers a wide range of products, including steaks, specialty meats, seafood, lamb, pork and more, all connected by their high standards of quality. Their low prices, same-day delivery options and unique product varieties make Father’s Day gift giving quick and easy. If you don’t have a Wild Fork location near you, surprise dad with a curated or customized gift set right to his door!  

Ten Thousand offers simple, functional workout gear.

Ten Thousand 

Some Dads are super athletic (or at least aspire to be). Give them the gear to live out their athletic dreams! Ten Thousand makes it easy. No gimmicks. No endless scrolling through indistinguishable products. They pared back their line to create a system of gear that’s perfectly designed for all the ways he trains. Instead of chasing fads, their mindset is simple: classic quality and technical mastery for the best gear possible….for the champion Dad! 

Traeger grills are the No. 1 selling word-fired grill.


Dad’s love to smoke…..brisket, ribs, fish, poultry—just about any meat he can bring home from the hunt (OR grocery store in most cases). Our gift guide wouldn’t be complete without Traeger. Give dad the grilling upgrade he deserves with up to $150 off select grills, plus smokindeals on other Traeger gear. Traeger Invented the Original Wood-Fired Grill over 30 years ago in Mt. Angel, Oregon. They continue to lead the industry as the world’s No. 1 selling wood-fired grill, perfected by decades of mastering the craft of wood-fired cooking. (If Dad needs a grilling refresher check out Barbecue Wanderlust: One Man Shares his obsession.  And Traeger has all the fixin’s to fire up the perfect flavor with their rubs, sauces and recipes. Let Dad do the cooking this Father’s Day. 

So, go ahead and spoil Dad this year, whether it’s Father’s Day, his birthday or any occasion. He’s be stylin’ with these fun tools, attire and goodies.

–SLB Staff

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