Father's Day 2019

August 26, 2019 2 min read

Happy Father's Day from Triumph & Disaster

Run out of ideas for what to get Dad for Father's Day this year, don't worry you're not the only one that's in the same boat.  Sick of getting the same old socks and jocks, you might want to think about passing this onto the boss.  

We obviously have plenty of gift ideas available but we've pick out a few of our favourites below.

Triumph & Disaster 

We've loved this brand for a while now.  Don't hold it against them but they come from our mates across the ditch.  Founded by ex-NZ Cricketer, Dion Nash, T&D's aim is to respect nature, utilise science, create products of ritual and tools for preparation.  There's plenty more to say about this brand and its products, but we think they speak for themselves and an easy introduction to them is through their Road Less Travelled Kit.    It includes travel size pucks of their hair styling products, Coltrane Clay, Ponsonby Pomade and Fibre Royal, along with handy little 90ml bottles of their 100% Natural shampoo and conditioners.  There's also an organic cotton face cloth and it all comes packaged in a sensational little travel bag made of canvas with a water resistant lining.  



We've also got some great little custom made T&D Dice free for those that spend over $50 on Triumph & Disaster products.


Imperial Barber Products

 Another one of our favourite brands is Imperial Barber Products that was founded in 2009 by master barbers Scott Serrata and Pedro Zermeno.  With over 30 years combined experience from all around the world these guys certainly know what they're doing.  Each product that they create adhere to the same guidelines: Made by Barbers, Made to Work & Made in USA.   


We've chosen their Imperial Shave Bundle as the perfect gift for Dad this year.  Described by the guys at Imperial its the "gift that shaves face".  This shave system is 100% natural and comes with everything you need to start shaving! 


If you're really stuck for inspiration then you can always opt for the easy road and give Dad an Emporium Barber Gift Card.  That was he can grab whatever products he wants, or he might even want to come on in and treat him to one of our Ultimate Emporium Barber Experiences, that way you both get to sit back and relax and let us do the hard work.  Click here to grab a gift card.

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