Father's Day 2019 Gift Guide

June 10, 2019

Father's Day 2019 Gift Guide

Father's Day this year is June 16, so it's time to get that gift. We know that shopping for men is hard, so we've put together a few ideas to help you choose a thoughtful gift. 

We have the perfect socks for a man that is always on an adventure. Our Peak and Boat socks are the ultimate choice for a Dad that likes to be in the mountains or out at sea. 

Boat Socks for men

Shop the full collection of mens socks here

 

We know we shouldn't have favourites but we can't get enough of these Breton Green socks from the new Spring Summer collection. They are also available in blue.

 

Mens Breton Green Stripped Socks

Shop  the Breton Green Socks here.  

 

If one pair of socks isn't enough, we have sock boxes. There are different combinations of socks, so if you can choose between geometric socks, stripped socks or our fun printed socks. Each box contains 3 pairs of our colour cotton socks.

 

Father's Day Sock Box 2019

Shop the full collection of Sock Boxes here

 

For those men that love cooking, our Triangle placemats would make the perfect choice to add an extra bit of style when he serves up his favourite dishes. Out placemats are available as singles, sets of 4 and sets of 6.

 

Cooking gifts for Father's Day

Shop the Triangles placemat here.  

 

p.s. don't forget to write a card...

 

If you are stuck for breakfast ideas this is our favourite pancake recipe. Not only is it quick and delicious but it is vegan and gluten-free.

 

Gluten free vegan pancakes made with oats, bannana and almond milk

Banana Oat Pancakes

1/2 cup gluten-free oats (45g)

1 medium banana (90g peeled)

100 ml milk of choice 

optional extras: cinnamon or blueberries

Instructions:

Combine the first 3 ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth - the mixture should be slightly runny like so if it is sticky, add more milk. If you fancy jazzing them up you can stir in cinnamon, blueberries or even chocolate chips.  

Put some oil in a frying pan, we use coconut and heat it to a medium temperature. Pour ladles of the batter mix into the pan and cook until you can flip them over. Cook for an additional minute or so until nice and golden. Drizzle with maple syrup or coconut yoghurt. 

The recipe makes 6-7 small pancakes, so double the recipe if you and your Dad are hungry!


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