Best Gifts for New Dads

Best Gifts for New Dads

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BornFree Bottles
Born Free Bottles $12 for 2
Give yourself a break and give Dad a chance to bond with baby during feeding time.  These best-selling bottles are BPA- and phthalate-free, and they’ve been shown to work wonders with colicky babies.
Kelty TC 3.0
Kelty TC 3.0 Child Carrier $180
Tell dad to take a hike…with baby.   This sleek carrier can carry babies comfortably and safely up to 40 pounds, and Dad won’t need to pack a separate diaper bag.  Available in four handsome colors.

BOB Revolution SE Sport Experience $449
Help him get back into shape with baby in tow.  Rugged tires make it perfect for off-road trails, while swiveling front wheels make it easy to maneuver in tight city streets.  It seats kids up to 70 pounds, so he’ll be using it for a long time.

Manly Diaper Bags


Skip Hop Pronto $30
For Dads who like to travel light, this compact bag is the way to go. There’s space for diapers and wipes, and it folds out into a changing pad.
DadGear Backpack
DadGear Stripe Backpack $89
Loaded with compartments for all the baby essentials with plenty room left over for Dad’s toys.  Everything is where you need it, and the quick-access wipes window is a true life-saver.

Petunia Pickle Bottom ‘Rubicon’ Rucksack $271
Perfect for the multitasking dad, this versatile bag features two interchangeable snap-out liners to convert it from a diaper bag to a laptop bag.

Cool Threads


Super Dad Tee $13
We promise that the super dad in your life will appreciate this tee.

The DAD Long Sleeved Shirt $25
Just in case anyone didn’t know already…
DadGear Cargo Jacket
DadGear Cargo Jacket $89
Trick Dad into carrying the diapers with this ultra-cool cargo jacket.  It will keep him warm on chilly days, and strategically placed pockets holds wipes, diapers and bottles.  There’s even a slim changing pad discreetly stowed in the back.

Looking for a great gift for a great dad? Save gas and shop online. We’ve picked out some of our favorite dad-tested, mom-approved baby gear—including manly diaper bags and cool threads for the hippest dad on the block.

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