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Best Places To Buy Father’s Day Gifts In Houston

June 4, 2013 7:00 AM

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Father’s Day comes only once a year and most will mark the occasion with a visit with dear old dad, a card and an expression of gratitude. These are all nice gestures, but another way to show your affection is by surprising Dad with a special gift. The Houston area has many specialty stores and other places with gift items made with fathers in mind. Below are some of the best places to shop in Houston for a Father’s Day gift.

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Photo Credit: Thinkstock

Budget Sporting Goods
6611 Westcott St.
Houston, TX  77007
(713) 864-6770
www.budsportsinc.com

Budget Sporting Goods is made for the dad who loves baseball. The store specializes in baseball clothing and equipment with an inventory of products such as shoes, shirts, bats, gloves and more. Budget Sporting Goods stocks its shelves with quality name brands like Louisville Slugger, Wilson, Combat and Easton. The store is family-owned and strives to serve its customers with excellent merchandise, personal service and budget prices.

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Photo Credit: Thinkstock

The Angler’s Edge
1703 Post Oak Blvd.
Houston, TX 77056
(713) 993-9981
www.ifly.org

The Angler’s Edge likes to refer to itself as Houston’s premiere fly fishing outfitter and most who visit agree that the store has earned its claim. This store is all about fishing and has the accessories and clothing needed to make your next trip to the water memorable. The Angler’s Edge sells rods and reels to help catch the fish, duffel bags to transport supplies and clothing to prepare for a fun outing at a local lake or stream. The store even hosts fly fishing vacation trips to both Texas and world destinations.

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Photo Credit: M Penner

M Penner Houston
1180-06 Uptown Park Blvd
Houston, TX 77056
(713) 527-8200
www.mpenner.com

If your dad is the type who doesn’t play sports but appreciates great fashion, then consider a gift of clothing from M Penner Houston. This fashion superstore is located in the Galleria area of Houston and it features excellent designs from companies such as Angelo Nardelli, Geoff Nicholson, Pantherella, Vilebrequin and more. M Penner also sells women’s and children’s fashions, so shoppers looking for gifts for dad can purchase some fashionable clothing for themselves at the same time. M Penner also sells gift cards for the picky father who would rather select his own clothing.

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Photo Credit: West Houston Archery Pro Shop

Photo Credit: West Houston Archery Pro Shop

West Houston Archery Pro Shop
10910 Katy Freeway
Houston, TX 77043
(713) 467-4800
www.westhoustonarchery.com

At West Houston Archery Pro Shop, dad can find a wide selection of crossbows and accessories to improve his next hunting experience. The store sells different types of bows, arrowheads, quivers, broadheads and much more. To help customers practice and hone their skill, West Houston Archery Shop has an indoor archery range where customers can test their aim at different distances. The store also offers services like restringing, arrow rest installation and bow tuning and timing adjustments.

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Photo Credit: British Isles

British Isles
2366 Rice Blvd.
Houston, TX 77005
(713) 522-6868
www.britishislesonline.com

With a wide assortment of gifts for varying tastes, British Isles offers gift items perfect for the dad who has a special affinity for anything British or Irish. The store sells diverse items ranging from pottery to glassware to neck ties and beyond. It is a fun store to browse and great for those who want to find an original gift that is personal and unique. Shoppers can search for a gift among hundreds of options for a Father’s Day Dad will never forget.

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Bryan Carey is a Houston, Texas resident with an avid interest in restaurants, dining, breweries, wineries, festivals, cultural events, museums, theatre, concerts, and other forms of entertainment. He has been writing about entertainment, travel, and related topics for more than fifteen years and has thousands of articles to his credit. His work can be found at Examiner.com.

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