We hear corduroy pillows are in. They’re really making headlines. But what else do you get for the guy who never trusts stairs because they’re always up to something?
Just in time for Father’s Day, we’ve partnered with local businesses on gift ideas for the man who’s always working on his next road construction joke, no matter his habitat:
iN THE OUTDOORS
- Maybe he’s DTF (down to fish). From flasks laser-engraved with anchors to fishing-inspired leather sleeves for rocks glasses, show him who’s one bad mother puffer with a card that says just that from Against the Grain Shoppe.
- He knows dogwoods by their bark. Any outdoorsman would love to add a new silipint, koozie or hat from Pine Life to his adventure pack — and know that your purchase helped plant a tree in his honor.
ON THE GREEN
- Does he always get a hole in one? Make sure he has a backup with a hat, polo, belt or custom G/Fore shoes fromPinehurst Resort. Get 10 percent off $100, 15 percent of $150 and 20 percent off $200 now through Saturday.
- He never misses an early morning at the club: Get his game up to par with lessons starting at $35 from the Country Club of Whispering Pines. Or, invest in some quality tee time on the Pines and River courses.
- And he’s always out standing in his field. All that walking can take a toll. Help him find new balance with the CBD Golfer’s Box from Cedar Chest Trading Co., filled with a balm and tincture to reduce stiffness and promote rest.
IN THE BACKYARD
- He’s always all up in your grill: Choice marinades or seasonings from Pinehurst Olive Oil will secure his spot as daddio of the patio. Shop in store from 10-5, M-F, or online anytime.
- He’s cooler than cool: The dad who’s always surrounded by drafts will love a lightweight, flexible Kanga Cooler from One Eleven Main, capable of keeping a 30-pack of bevs cold for up to 7 hours.
- He’s the neighborhood sod father: Fill up his wheelbarrow with tools, fertilizer and herbicides from Burney True Value in Seven Lakes or Aberdeen and make the rest of the block green with envy.
AND IN ADVICE MODE
- He always wants to be kneaded: Make up for all those v. personal pains in his neck with a 60-min massage complete with hot stones, scalp rub and foot scrub with licensed therapist Erin Harding, all for $75. Book here.
- He never takes things too lightly: Help him stock up on dumbbells, plates and racks — along with new and used equipment for every sport played indoors and out — at RePlay Sports. Military, law enforcement and first responder discounts available.