Top 10 Father’s Day Gifts Over $100

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6. Firstgear Men’s Jaunt T2 Jacket $199.95

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Adventurous dads who like to travel paths less taken will appreciate the Jaunt T2 jacket from Firstgear. A capable jacket at a reasonable price, the Jaunt T2 may not be expensive, but it certainly isn’t cheap. Its 600-denier outer shell provides resistance to abrasion, while the waterproof and breathable inner liner and double layer front zipper will keep your dad warm and dry in cooler and wetter climates. Conversely, once pops has reached warmer areas, the large rear storage compartment can hold the liner when not in use. Further cooling is provided by back and shoulder vents, the latter featuring an innovative design that stays open with hook-and-loop straps. Of course, impact protection is handled with CE-approved armor in the shoulders and elbows. Available in standard and tall sizes, in a variety of colors, there’s sure to be a Jaunt T2 to fit your dad. Go to www.firstgear-usa.com to learn more.

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6 Comments

  1. Posted May 29, 2014 at 9:29 pm | Permalink

    Over $100? That’s dreaming.

  2. Steven Holmes
    Posted May 30, 2014 at 11:23 am | Permalink

    heh heh heh. $65k for 1 bike. I could buy 12 bikes with $65k burning a hole in my wallet. Some of them even new!

    I think i’d feel odd riding a bike that costs more than my HOUSE. Much rather have several to play with :)

    • Kevin
      Posted June 10, 2014 at 8:06 pm | Permalink

      Oh go ahead and wish for the bike. If you get one you can always sell it, pay off the house and buy a couple of fun bikes to play with.

  3. Old MOron
    Posted May 30, 2014 at 1:00 pm | Permalink

    Ha ha ha, Harbor Freight!
    http://hooniverse.com/2012/09/24/truth-in-advertising-hazard-fraught-tools/

    For the record, I like some of the items on this list.
    But picking on Harbor Freight is irresistible for a MOron like me.

    • Adam
      Posted May 30, 2014 at 4:01 pm | Permalink

      Harbor Freight tools are usually built to withstand lying on a flat, stationary surface. Applying any more force than that you are asking for trouble.

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