Although “man cave” sounds like some amazing place where you’d hang out with a superhero like Batman, the superhero in your family—your dad—is the actual inhabitant of your local man cave. It’s Dad’s favorite “chill-ax area” where he can zone out on TV sports, pour a glass of utter perfection (aka a cold beer), and otherwise hang out exactly as he darn well pleases.
But even heaven-on-earth—Dad’s man cave—can benefit from a little Father’s Day gift enhancement. So here are 5 gift ideas for a Father’s Day man-cave makeover …
A Stupendous Recliner
Part of being a dad is to tell a never-ending stream of groan-worthy jokes. (It’s in the official job description.) So Dad has likely told you, “I love my recliner. We go way back.” Since a truly stupendous recliner is the heart’s desire of every hardcore TV sports fan, why not get Dad a world-class one? Today’s recliners rock everything from the ultimate in upholstery to seriously high-tech features.
A State-of-the-Art TV
TVs have come a long way since Dad watched Leave It to Beaver on his family’s astonishingly awesome 9-inch black-and-white model. Today’s TVs will have Dad thinking he’s been transported to Star Trek’s man cave for a Red Sox game with Captain Kirk. Between high-definition, 4K (top-tier resolution), and all the amazing “smart TV” features, Dad can enjoy Red Sox, Patriots, and Bruins games in a way that brings a whole new level of enjoyment.
The All-Important Beer Fridge and/or Bar
If something keeps a “cold one” cold, it is nothing less than critical to a man’s being. As your dad sits in his stupendous recliner, he needs to have his next Maine- locally brewed IPA—or Budweiser, if he’s influenced by multi-trillion-dollar ad budgets—right there within easy reach. (According to ManCavery.com, you have at least 12 fridge models to choose from.) And if Dad is more of a mixologist, you can help him install a bar, or even build one for Dad for only about $100!
Memory-Lane Sports Memorabilia
If he’s like half the guys in New England, your dad probably has a cherished photo of him and Carl Yastrzemski, or other sports memorabilia items that bring a “Dad’s personal sports museum” vibe to his man cave. But such gifts never grow old. So why not browse through New England sports memorabilia online to get Dad another great Father’s Day gift?
Man Cave in the Great Outdoors
Finally … Don’t forget that Dad’s man cave may be his on-property workshop, his fire pit, or even his patio. So “think outdoors,” too, as you plan for Father’s Day. For example, is there a way to help Dad take his patio from good to great? Odds are, your superhero dad will appreciate THAT man cave makeover for years to come!
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