Did you know Father’s Day has been celebrated on March 19th (St Joseph’s Day) since the middle ages in Catholic Europe? It then spread across to Latin America by the Spanish and Portuguese, and is often still celebrated on this date.
Although it is generally celebrated on the third Sunday of June in most countries across Europe and America now, Father’s Day still has many different dates of celebration across the world.
So this Father’s Day, why not spoil them with a selection of Black Yak products? From a stylish and cosy single knit jacket to keep them warm during those cool summer nights, or a crisp cotton shirt to keep him cool during those warm sunny days, we have some fabulous gift ideas for all budgets.
Even during the summer we do still get those chilly days in between, especially if you go to or live near the coast in the UK! Weather can be very unpredictable, which is why it is always best to keep a cosy warm hat to hand just in case! Our stylish Celtic bobble hat is just the thing, with its classic pattern and bobble in a range of colours, he is sure to love the gift! A fashionable £19.
It matches perfectly with the single knit hooded jacket with contrast side panels. Designed so the hood is detachable, he can be prepared for whatever the weather has in store for him, come rain or shine! At £75, this classic is suitable for most seasons.
If he likes to be as cool as a cucumber in the summer, then he will love this natural cotton shirt, with 3 coconut buttons and a grandad collar. A steal at £22.50!
If he likes something a bit cooler with a bit more colour, we have the wonderful green striped kurta shirts on an exclusive offer for Father’s Day! For the whole month of June, they are reduced to just £10 each (usual retail price £19.50). We don’t expect to have them for long so grab one whilst you can at this great price.
Lounging around his thing? The perfect lounge socks at £15 are bound to impress! Available in various colours and patterns, he can definitely have style with added comfort while relaxing at home by the fire on those cooler nights.