Self-isolation, quarantine, staying in place, house arrest, whatever you’re calling it, these long days being stuck inside in the home have made MORE THAN EAGER to run errands.
Unfortunately, there aren’t many places to go to.
But once the states start opening up, look out!
Dad, if you’re leaving the house, you’ve got to up your game a little. Those sweatpants you’ve been wearing for nine straight days are struggling.
Grab some of these dad threads for the next super exciting trip to the grocery store.
Ultrarange EXO from Vans: Vans isn’t all skateboards and punk rock. In the last decade or so, they expanded beyond their board sports roots to include a variety of everyday and outdoor-ready shoes that go toe-to-toe with folks that have been making lifestyle footwear from the get-go. [$90]
1-Year Wash Jeans from Flint & Tinder: Over 150 years of denim experience went into making these classic five-pocket jeans perfect. Each pair is cut from a custom-developed Cone Mills denim and receives an old-fashioned wash that’s done by hand, giving every pair a unique personal touch like no other. [$95]
Pink Floyd “The Wall” Tie-Dye Tee: “Is there anybody out there…?” The anguished, screaming face created by artist Gerald Scarfe for Pink Floyd’s monumental rock opera The Wall dominates this tee, making it a striking addition to your band tee collection. [$24]
Geneva Windbreaker: When the weather changes in a moment’s notice, there’s nothing worse than being unprepared. And if you live in a town where the weather changes every five minutes, having Grayer’s Geneva Windbreaker is the best way to make dad is ready for whatever the weather. [$73]
SOJOS Men’s Aviator Sunglasses: These Sojos vintage aviator sunglasses are made of high-quality metal materials and reinforced metal hinges. They’re durable enough to last forever in a look that never goes out of style. And the price point is unbeatable. [$13]
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