Dad Threads Gifts For Dad

Dad Threads: Green

Dad Threads Green

Green is the color of growing foliage, between yellow and blue in the spectrum.

Green is the color of money.

The color is versatile, functional, and works in the warm weather.

Green is good.




Here are five variations of green dad needs to add to his wardrobe.

Malone low-cut sneakers from CLAE

Classic sneakers built from modern materials for comfort and longevity. Inspired by sneaker silhouettes that never go out of style, CLAE crafts shoes with modern materials and focus on comfort that you only find in today’s best-made shoes. [$160]

Playa Chino Short from Wellen

A clean, sharp pair of chinos shorts are the ultimate summer move. They look good, you feel good in ‘em, and you can match ‘em with anything. They’re the foundation of any summer look, and thanks to a few choice upgrades to this timeless classic, Wellen’s Playa Stretch Chino’s a damn solid foundation. [$48]

MORE THREADS FOR DADS

Hemp Stripe Polo from Wellen

Wellen’s signature softness, wrapped in a style fit for those last few Friday meetings just before getting outta Dodge. Made from hemp and organic cotton for a soft, durable, and long-lasting fabric. [$39]

Bamboo Slub Hoody from Free Fly

No one does cutting-edge apparel like Free Fly—they put comfort and performance on the forefront, yet, they still manage to make handsome, year-round pieces in the process. Super soft and breathable bamboo fabric, reinforced with polyester for extra durability. [$70]

Vintage Boardshorts from Flint & Tinder

Authentic swimwear built in the heart of boardshort country. Exterior cut from a durable four-ply nylon fabric that’s abrasion-resistant and lined with a soft nylon fabric for comfortable all-day wear. [$68]

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