Best Gift Ideas For Dad from Black-Owned Businesses

Stuck on what to get your dad for the holidays or for his birthday? Look no further than this list of ideas for the important men in your life.

All of the businesses on this list are Black-owned businesses, most of which are also small businesses. Whether you are Black, White, Asian, Latinx, Native American or multiracial, you can support small business. Let's make a difference this holiday season!

Overall Best Gifts For Dad

1. Watches from Talley & Twine
2. Subscription from Dapper Black Box
3. Neckwear, Lapel Pins and Accessories from Harrison Blake Apparel
4. Black Power Socks from Kimchi Socks
5. A shaving kit from Bevel
6. Body Elixirs (Fragrance) from Gavin Luxe
7. Oxfords and Leather Belts from Michael Grey Footwear
8. The Fitbit in collaboration with Public School
9. Loc and Beard oil from Khemistree Naturals
10. Rubs and Sauces from Essie Spice

For The Man That Says That He Wants Nothing
Everyone has a man like this in their family. Even though he says that he doesn't want anything, I'm sure that he won't be disappointed with these gift options. The idea of these gifts are function and sleek style. The essentials. Every man needs a nice watch for business attire, neck ties, button ups and items to help him keep his facial hair in order.
For The Bearded Gent
For The Well Dressed Man
For The Man Who Likes To Grill
For this man, we suggest you making a stocking for him with a bunch of cool seasonings and condiments. Here are some items you can put in his stocking!
For The Techie

    For The Man Who is Into Fitness
    The ideas that we have for man are a few recipe books to help him cook, water tracker bottles and apparel that will inspire him to work out. Help him reach his New Year's Resolution way before the new year starts!

    For The Man Who Likes To Travel
            Make sure to check out the full Black Business Gift Guide For Everyone on Your Shopping List!

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