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There Are A Lot Of Options If You Want To Get Your Dad Clothes For Father’s Day

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

I don’t have any statistics on this, but I’d have to guess that clothing is among the most popular Father’s Day gifts year after year. It seems like Amazon recognizes this, because today it is having a huge Father’s Day sale, with up to 70 percent off various polos, button-downs, tees, shorts, jeans, pants, belts, wallets and neckties.

This sale – available today only – includes brands like IZOD, Tommy Hilfiger, Haggar, Perry Ellis, Penguin and many more.

Here are some of the best deals:

71 percent off IZOD gingham shirt:

This IZOD shirt costs less than $16 today (Photo via Amazon)

This IZOD shirt costs less than $16 today (Photo via Amazon)

IZOD Men’s Long-Sleeve No-Iron Gingham Stretch Shirt on sale for $15.99

65 percent off Perry Ellis pants:

Normally $85, these Perry Ellis pants cost less than $30 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $85, these Perry Ellis pants cost less than $30 today (Photo via Amazon)

Perry Ellis Men’s Portfolio Classic-Fit Flat-Front Sharkskin Pant on sale for $29.99

61 percent off Haggar pants:

Normally $70, these Haggar pants cost less than $27 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $70, these Haggar pants cost less than $27 today (Photo via Amazon)

Haggar Men’s eCLo Stria Expandable-Waist Plain-Front Dress Pant on sale for $26.99

60 percent off IZOD golf shorts:

Normally $50, these IZOD golf shorts cost less than $20 today (Photo via Amazon)

Normally $50, these IZOD golf shorts cost less than $20 today (Photo via Amazon)

IZOD Men’s Classic-Fit Golf Short on sale for $19.99

Make sure to check out the entire offering today, which contains 286 total articles of clothing.

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