Are you struggling to find gift ideas for that hipster man in your life? Or maybe that tech-loving dad? How about the dad that sees the perfect day one in which he has a fishing pole in his hands all day? Well lucky for you, my girlfriends and I are back with Father’s Day gift ideas for these dads and all the others in between. 

I had a good time consulting with the hipsters in my family and doing this ‘virtual shopping’. I hope that you can use some of these ideas.

Some of these are affiliate links and I will earn a small commission off of the sale of these products, but the price you are charged is not affected. You can see my full disclosure policy here.Gift Ideas for Hipster Dad, plus links to gift ideas for the dad who loves to fish, the techie-dad, the dad who like to grill, the gym dad & the handyman dad. For Father's Day or any special day.

 

A humorous, tongue-in-cheek book is always a fun gift..

Hipster Animals: A Field Guide

It seems a beard and mustache are almost de riguer and keeping it neat and tidy is equally important. My bearded, hipster brother swears by these brands.

Respol Care Beard Brush and Comb Set

Striking Viking Wooden Beard Comb and Case

 

Baxter Cream Pomade

 

For the aspiring mixologist….

 

Cocktail Set

 

Little Black Book of Cocktails

 

Think this is a fun gift for anyone, hipster or not.

Sock of the Month Club  

Dad’s like bling too, right?

 John Hardy Classic Chain Men’s Leather Hook Bracelet

 

Pocket Knife

A handy and compact bike repair kit is always a welcome gift…in fact my dad may just be getting this convenient gadget!

Compact, All-in-One Bicycle Repair Kit

So that’s just a smattering of ideas for the hipster in your life, hope you found something useful! And just in case your dad is not a hipster, but instead is a handyman type or a golfer…my girlfriends have you covered.  We’ve compiled gift ideas for several ‘species’ of dads…so pop over and check them out.

A Home To Grow Old In – Tools for Dad

Hey Fitzy – Golf Dad

Nourish and Nestle-Hipster Dad

Sweet Parrish Place – Athletic Dad

The Red Painted Cottage– Fishing Dad

Savvy Apron– Tech Dad

The Aspiring Home– Grilling Dad

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7 Comments

  1. sherry cole

    May 19, 2017 at 9:22 am

    Lynn, these are some great items on your gift list. My husband would love the bag and it looks like it will last a long time. You have given me some great ideas. Thanks!

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  2. Tammy

    May 19, 2017 at 10:18 am

    Hi Lynn,

    I know someone in my family that would love that bike tool. It would fit perfectly in their little tool kit under the bike seat. Thank you for all the great ideas.

    Reply
  3. Robin from Frugal Family Times

    May 19, 2017 at 10:02 pm

    That bike repair tool is cool!

    Reply
  4. Mary

    May 20, 2017 at 6:55 am

    Lots of fun ideas here Lynn! My husband is not a hipster but my sons have lots of facial hair. I can definitely see getting something for them even if they are not dads. And that Mixologist idea is fantastic!

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  5. Nicki Parrish

    May 22, 2017 at 10:14 am

    Those are some really nifty ideas for a hipster dad Lynn, and I think my own hubby would even appreciate some of them! That bicycle repair kit to be precise!

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    • lynn

      May 24, 2017 at 5:43 pm

      I know, that’s a pretty universal one. Even my 82 year old dad would use that and he certainly is not a hipster.

      Reply
  6. Carol

    May 23, 2017 at 4:05 pm

    Lynn, I hate to say it, but Mr. Cottage is no hipster, but our oldest son would love some of these ideas. I really like the bike repair kit, but would have no idea how to use it…lol.

    Reply

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