Top 5 gifts for the Athletic Father in your life

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Top 5 gifts for the Athletic Father in your life

Father’s Day is June 18th, 2017 and it’s time to starting thinking about that perfect gift for the man who has been there or you when you needed him most.  While there are as many great dads as there are gifts out there for them, out list is focused on the dad who loves to work out and get sweaty in the box.  Here are the top 5 practical gifts for your dad this Father’s Day.

Y Roller from Pro-Tec -   After you pamper him on Father’s day, this will be the gift that keeps on giving.  The Y Roller from Pro-Tec is great for getting in the hard to reach areas due to the Dual Ridges that allow you to target specific areas or roll in between the ridges for a more moderate treatment.    A little love in your Dad’s recovery game will go a long way . . . and he will thank you for it. 

Rehband Knee Sleeves – Support your dad in the box and out with the Rehband Knee Sleeves.     Try the RX Knee Sleeve 5MM Black for a good everyday knee sleeve that will help keep your dad going both in the box and out.  The best knee sleeve in the business for the best dad in your life.

PR Performance Cut T-shirt from Born Primitive (SALE) – This performance shirt is an athletic cut and perfect for both in and out of the box.  On sale at 2 for $50 ($20 savings) this is a great way to stretch your giving.  This super soft tri-blend retains its shape and elasticity while being both comfortable and durable. 

Momentum Gear Speed Rope – With the quick adjusting rope requiring no tools, give you dad a break this father’s day by getting him a great speed rope while simplifying his work.  Super durable and made in the USA this rope comes in 4 great colors and is a great value for the technology.  Your dad deserves it!

Rock’em Socks – These are not your typical boring Father’s Day socks and no matching ties.    These comfortable and expressive socks are perfect for magnifying your father’s personality.  From flags to super heroes there is sure to be a fit for your Dad.   

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  • Mark Chandley
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