Bespoke Post Father’s Day Gift Ideas – Teach Dad Something New

Bespoke Post

They say that the greatest gift to any man is a set of tools to become a better man. Every man loves to improve on his life (his legacy) by learning how to build something useful, discover a new and better shortcut, perfect on his new (or old) style, or embark on a new path in life which may start off as a simple hobby.

This year, as you are reminiscing about Dad’s old standby gift ideas… consider this: It is great to give a gift that follows his current path in life, but there only so many gardening hats, beer mugs and remote controls a man can savor. What Dad really needs is a new experience – a new lesson on life. And that is something Bespoke Post knows a lot about.


Over the past year we’ve had box after #boxofawesome (and inspiration) pass across our doorstep, and we will never be the same because of it. We’ve learned how to polish an old pair of shoes, spice up a barbecue, grow a real beard, decanter a red wine and age a classic cocktail the old fashioned way. Each of these boxes represents a new challenge for a man – an opportunity to improve himself by improving on his way of life.

Bespoke Post makes this happen by giving dad a quality set of tools, the information to get started using them, and an opportunity to conquer a unique challenge and tell you about it later. This month at Bespoke Post, dad can rediscover his passion for distilled whiskey, butcher a premium slab of meat with all the right dressings and survive a day in the urban jungle using only a bottle opener, ink pen, Opinel knife and notebook.


And while these gifts can be offered as a one-time-only experience, you can also get dad a subscription to several boxes (if he’s been really good), offering up to a year’s worth of awesomeness every month. Dad may have taught you a lot over the years, but he doesn’t know everything. ‘Oh yeah, prove it,’ he might say to that.

Okay dad, challenge accepted. Check out the boxes here.

About Pamela Causfield

I'm a digital nomad and story teller that writes for Urbasm and a few other websites on men's interests, style, relationships and whatever tickles my fancy. In my spare time I like to play the field in search of my prince, travel, and consider myself an artisan of sarcasm at times.