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8 More Awesome Gifts for Dad on Father’s Day

’Cause he’s the best.




Sure, he’s still a noob when it comes to figuring out the internet. (“Meme? Is that a dirty word?”) And, yes, his fashion sense is horrifically outdated. (“Dad, no one wants to see that much thigh.”) But, when it comes to naming your No. 1, ride-or-die, fly guy fo’ life, you know your pop, for all his faults, can’t be beat—dorky jokes, terrible taste in footwear, crotchety moods and all.
That’s why he deserves extra attention this Father’s Day. Steak dinner? Def. Sports all day? Whatever you want, Daddy-o. And, of course, a gift that’s just as enchanting as this magic man himself. Here are our picks for what to give our best dude this Father’s Day. They include some style, some sweets and a whole lotta local.
Go ahead, Dad: Take it like a man.

1.  He’ll never understand your passion for bags, but his go-to accessory—his wallet—could use an upgrade. We’re loving the idea of Dad rocking this edgy Manaola number in olive. $112, shopmanaola.com.


2.  Fact: He runs on coffee. Fact: He’s too much of a dad to treat himself to the good stuff. Do it for him with a bag of locally grown beans, like this Waialua Peaberry variety. $9.50–$39.95, 67-106 Kealohanui St, Waialua.


3.  Like any guy, he’s a sucker for dual functionality, so he’ll love this camera-bag-and-cooler-in-one. Perfect for toting his photo gear for family outings, or for carrying snacks for his next fishing trip. $65, Milo, Kāhala Mall.


4. The man lives in his rubbah slippahs. Give him something stylish with these cool kicks from Sig Zane Designs and HAYN that are a serious step up from his Locals. $35, sigzanedesigns.com.


5. Don’t make him drink Bud on his big day! Spoil Dad with a growler of one of the craft brews at Whole Foods Market’s Puka Bar. $18–$40, Kāhala Mall.


6. What is it with dads and tech? He’s always got the latest gadget but his iPad has been with him for ages. Fortunately, with this elegant-yet-masculine leather tablet case, you won’t be able to see the wear and tear. $52, The Refinery, Kāhala Mall.


7. How cute are these dark chocolate tools from Choco Le‘a? Plus, these babies are made from the finest European and Hawaiian chocolate. Come in this week for complimentary truffles, specials and prizes in celebration of the shop’s recent win in the American Small Business Championship. $3.49 each, 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 2909 Lowrey Ave.


8. Your classy pop will fall in love with this gorgeous koa and 24-karat gold razor handle from local jeweler Flotsam and Co. $145, Flotsam and Co., Ward Village Shops.




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