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Adventure-seeker dad gift guide

#1/10:

Touring Bike

#1/10:

Touring Bike

Whether he likes cycling in the mountains or on the city streets, he will enjoy a new bicycle. You can find an assortment of bikes at REI.com, ranging from a couple hundred to a few thousand dollars. This Novara touring bike is $1,490.
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Snowboard

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Snowboard

For the adventurous dad who loves the snow, give him a snowboard or snowboarding lessons. Snowboarding isn't just for young people -- it's for the young at heart. You can find Burton snowboards at REI for around $200 and up.
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Skydiving Lessons

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Skydiving Lessons

Skydiving lessons are a gift that any adventure-seeker would appreciate. At 1800skyride.com, you can find skydiving, hanggliding and other lessons.
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Camping Tent

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Camping Tent

If you father loves camping, get him a new tent or other camping gear. This 4-person tent features a waterproof floor and leak-free seams for durable protection. You can get this tent at Target for just $87.99.
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GPS Enabled Walkie-Talkie

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GPS Enabled Walkie-Talkie

Walkie-talkies with GPS can track your route, provide directions and much more. Garmin offers a line of 2-way radios with GPS receivers. Depending on the specifications, these walkie-talkies are priced at $300 and up. They are perfect for hikers, skiers and other adventurers.
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Excitations

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Excitations

Excitations.com allows you to give an experience gift. You can choose from a variety of sport and adventure packages that include kayak lessons, whitewater river rafting, biplane flights, survival training, race car driving and much more. Packages range from just $50 to several thousand dollars.
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Hiking Boots

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Hiking Boots

Every adventure-loving man needs a good pair of hiking boots. Asolo offers hiking boots made with Gore-tex to keep your feet comfortable and dry. You can find these boots at Sierra Trading Post and other retailers for about $100.
#9/10:

Jet Ski

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Jet Ski

For the man who loves the water, a personal watercraft jet ski is a fun gift idea. Sea-Doo is one of the most trusted names in the business. You can find dealers in your area by visiting Sea-Doo.com. Though it's a pricey Father's Day gift (generally $2,000 and up), if you pitch in with a few people, you can make a jet ski much more affordable.
#10/10:

Adventure Vacation

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Adventure Vacation

Plan an adventure trip for you and your dad to an exotic location such as South America, Australia or a number of other destinations around the world. Prepare for scuba diving, windsurfing and other adventure activities. iExplore.com is a fantastic place to find deals on adventure vacations.
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