Father’s Day Gift Guide: The Swedish EditionJune 11, 2019
We would tell a joke about pizza…but it might be a little cheesy (dun-dun-dun)! Dad jokes aside, we love our dear-old dads. If you’re looking for the perfect Swedish or Scandinavian gift for your dad, give our gift guide a read.
Daniel Wellington, Classic Black Cornwell watch ($199)
Daniel Wellington makes timeless time pieces. We love all the juxtaposition design choices here – the rose gold and black, the fabric band and metal face.
VIKINGS Razor Blades ($14.99)
Does dear-old dad need a fresh shave? Get him some VIKINGS razor blades.
Recipe for Men, Beard Elixir ($17*)
From facial cleansers and peels, to everything you need for beard care, Recipe for Men has your dad covered. And for some reason, we think the visual of dad dropping oil in his beard is funny.
Tretorn Shoes in black and white ($70)
Does dad’s weekend sneaker need an upgrade? Check out these kicks from Tretorn – super stylish.
Dill Aquavit, Gamle Ode ($29.99)
Any aquavit will do, but if you can get your hands on Gamle Ode’s Dill Aquavit, do it.
“The Man with the Golden Gun” James Bond Poster ($1,275)
We found a few vintage copies of the poster (like this one on Amazon), and they don’t come cheap. But if you’re into memorabilia, and Swedish Bond girls, this is an awesome gift.
Olof1982, Pocket Square ($53*)
Skip the tie this year. Part conversation piece, part pocket square, we love this illustrated piece from Olof1982.
Thule Roof Racks ($239+)
Does dad have gear to haul, but needs more space? Gift him some Thule roof racks. He may also need a Swedish massage after doing all that lifting, but that’s neither here nor there.
Multiroom Audio Pro speakers in white ($349)
“This speaker packs a real punch.” Come on, that sounds like a dad wrote that to sell this to other dads. And we’re sold. Thanks, AudioPro.
Mora Knife (Varies)
We wonder what’s better: Swedish steel or Valyrian steel? If dad is into hunting, fishing or if he just appreciates a good knife, give him a Mora knife.
*These products may not be available in the U.S., but we wanted to include them to get your brain working. Prices are converted to dollars.