Father’s Day 2018: Dad is travel junkie? Here are the perfect gifts

This Father`s Day your travel junkie father is all gonna be all happy and is sure to set some travel plans in the coming time.

Father’s Day will be here and even though your Dad may be all humble saying he doesn’t want a thing, he is secretly expecting something. It never hurts to show up to brunch with the perfect gift in hand. So if your father is a travel junkie we picked out thoughtful ways you can show him your love and make him feel special.

Make his travel comfy

This will give your father all the neck support he needs on his next trip so that even if he falls asleep of jet lag, the pillow will keep him fine. Best of all, it can be compressed down to half its size, saving him a bit more room in her carry-on. Travel made absolutely comfortable

Help him look handsome on the go

Help him improve his skincare routine that with stuff that is portable and travel-friendly. You can also give him grooming kits which will help him stay all handsome even on the go.

An eye-catch travel Suitcase

If your father is a frequent flyer, he’s probably already settled on his favourite suitcase. But you can still help his luggage stand out on the carousel with fun, eye-catching stickers.

Travel shoes to make his feet relax

Gift him a pair of comfortable slip-on shoes. The new Loungers easily slide off at airport security, and they’re stylish enough to pair with a summer dress during a day of sightseeing.

A side bag to rescue the trips

No matter how much we ask our fathers they will have ample amount of things to carry. From papers to cash to plastic money and tickets too. To avoid all the mess in their pockets gift them a sling or a hip pouch to travel with ease.

So your travel junkie father is all gonna be all happy and is sure to set some travel plans in the coming time. NYOOOZ wishes all its readers a very Happy Father’s Day.

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