We love these products, and we hope you do too. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a small share of the revenue from your purchases. Items are sold by the retailer, not E!.
Attention any and all sons and daughters. Father's Day doesn't have to only be one day out of the year.
"My first wish would be to extend Father's Day to a full weekend," Pair of Thieves founder Cash Warren shared with E! News exclusively. "We deserve it."
What they also deserve is a useful, thoughtful gift that can be used time and time again. Whether it's skincare from wife Jessica Alba's Honest company or socks and boxer briefs from Pair of Thieves, Cash's Father's Day gift guide features a wide assortment of items that any dude would love to own.
And as you continue shopping this month before the big weekend, Cash has a piece of advice.
"Speaking on behalf of all Dads, we love practical gifts, sentimental gifts and being left alone," he joked.
Pair of Thieves Lounge Pants and Shorts
"The latest and greatest product launch from Pair of Thieves is loungewear...grab a pair for Dad before it sells out!" Cash shared.
Pair of Thieves 3-Pack Changing Light Cushioned Crew Socks
"It's cool to be Mr Normcore again," Cash joked with us. "Load dad up with these core items and he'll be stylish and trendy without trying." You can also consider no-show socks.
Pair of Thieves 3-pack SuperFit Boxer Briefs
"Not a secret that our undies keep your man's bits cool, swass free and looking fly," Cash explained. The father-of-three also calls the brand's cool breeze boxer briefs one of his favorites.
APL Techloom Slides and Running Shoes
"We live in these APL slides at our house. Our house has a no-shoe policy so these slides are everything for our family and our guests. They aren't only insanely comfortable, but they're also super fly," Cash shared while also raving about their running shoes including the Techloom Phantom, Techloom Wave and Techloom Pro. "Having a great pair of comfortable and functional shoes will make carrying your boozy beverage that much easier."