Dad Needs Mack Weldon Father’s Day Gift Packs

Mack Weldon Father's Day Gift

There are three Mack Weldon Gift Packs, in particular, that make great Father’s Day gifts. Each is sold at different price points to show your wallet some love while treating your dad to something special. Whether he’s a casual guy with a young personality, or a hard-headed go-getter, you can’t go wrong with these Mack Weldon Father’s Day Gift Packs. It’s Mack Weldon comfort, curated by Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant.

The Mack Weldon Weekender Gift Pack ($95) is light on the wallet and heavy on style. It includes one crew neck tee, two boxer briefs, and two pairs of extended crew length socks. Because these sets are curated there are no color options to select from. But any style-friendly Dad will appreciate the Navy and Bright White Stripe Boxer Briefs and the striped-and-polka-dotted socks.

The Major Dad Pack ($45) makes a perfect Mack Weldon Father’s Day gift. Like the Weekender Gift Pack, this pack also comes in a signature Mack Weldon drawstring bag. It includes four pairs of of extended crew length socks. Two are striped, one is polka-dotted, and another is a modern blue camo. Even with the extra length these light socks (80% combed cotton, 15% polyamide, 5% elastic) are great for summer.

If you really want to show Dad some love with a Mack Weldon Father’s Day Gift, go with the #1 Dad Pack ($235). This sucker fills the signature bag even fuller with 21 pairs of extended crew length socks, and 4 pairs of no-show socks. With this many pairs, your dad’s socks drawer will be reinvented overnight. The #1 Dad Gift Pack also comes with all 25 pairs neatly arranged in a classy grey gift box.

Mack Weldon Father’s Day Gift Packs are available in sizes S – XXL, and for shoe sizes 8 – 14.

Did you buy Dad a Mack Weldon Father’s Day Gift Pack? Is your dad already a Mack Weldon man? Let us know in the comments below, or by tweeting us @underwearexpert.

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