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Here’s The Best Father’s Day Gift You Can Give Your Dad

May 12, 2020

Here’s The Best Father’s Day Gift You Can Give Your Dad

Father’s day is quickly approaching and even though we celebrate them in June, we appreciate them every day of the year. Dads never stop helping us. Whether it’s November and you’ve got a flat that needs fixing, or you call him for help winterizing the house, you know you can call Dad. 

So, what do you give the man who does it all? We’ve got some ideas!

Gobi Heat Mens Heated Vest Perfect Gift for the Man in Your Life

The Best Father’s Day Gifts

Gobi Heat® has the heated clothing your Dad will love to use throughout the year. Our unique Father’s day gifts are perfect for the men in your life that do it all.

 

Heated Jackets and Vests

Whether he’s into hunting, skiing, hiking, a total outdoor enthusiast or goes out only when absolutely necessary, Gobi Heat® has the perfect mens heated jacket for him. Our jackets deliver up 10 hours of instant heat up to 140°F, are machine washable and easily rechargeable. 


Hunters will love the warmth he gets all day from his Sahara heated jacket featuring the official Mossy Oak® break up pattern. Your hiker will love the ability to adjust heat settings at a touch of a button conveniently located on the front of his Sahara heated jacket for on the go comfort. If the man in your life is more into fashion, he’ll love the Nomad heated jacket reviewed as a favorite by Men’s Journal.

 

Heated Vests

If the man in your life isn’t into wearing jackets, we recommend a Gobi Heat® heated vest. Our heated vests are the best Father’s day gift for the guy who wants to be warm and comfortable without restriction. He’ll love the wind and water-resistant lightweight fabric of the Dune men’s heated vest, offering warmth in all the right places, available in sizes small-4XL.

 

Heated Gloves

Everyone needs a good pair of gloves. For a truly unique Father’s day gift this year, give your dad a pair of heated gloves that’ll be sure to knock his socks off (don’t worry, we’ve got some rechargeable heated socks to replace them). Gobi Heat® offers the industry-leading heated glove liners and Epic heated gloves to provide up to 6 hours of toasty warm heat to the fingertips, a godsend for Dad when he's snow blowing in a blizzard or building an epic snow fort with the kids.


No matter what the men in your life are into, Gobi Heat® has the best Father’s day gifts they can use all year long. Show him how appreciated he is when you give the gift of rechargeable warmth he can take everywhere he goes.






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