San Diego Chargers Father's Day Gift Guide

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If your dad is a San Diego Chargers fan, he'll appreciate these Chargers-themed gifts for Father's Day.

Chargers Classic Flex Hat

Let's start with something basic. A cool Chargers hat is something any father would love and can wear all the time. Dad can wear this New Era cap with the Charger bolt logo emblazoned on it to the games and anywhere else he chooses. At $24.95, it makes an appropriate Father's Day gift.

Rolling Collapsible Cooler

Dad can fill and wheel this Chargers portable supply container to the stadium for cool refreshments while watching the game or for parking lot tailgating. The $49.95 cooler is also perfect for the beach or picnics in the park. It folds up and stores easily.

Eight-foot Inflatable Charger

Imagine Dad's pride when he puts up this huge eight-foot-tall inflatable uniformed Charger guy in front of the house on game days, Father's Day or other occasion! Glaring out from his helmet, the mighty Charger shows the world where his biggest fan lives. The Charger figure inflates and deflates easily, and can be stored for future uses at other events. The cost is only $119.95 and the big guy comes complete with ropes and stakes, along with an external fan to keep him inflated.

Luxury suite for a Chargers home game

Dad may bring up to 16 people to a Chargers home game with his own single-game Chargers luxury suite, so the $14,000 fee could prorate to just $850 per person. It also includes a personal attendant, VIP visits, preferred parking, plush indoor and outdoor seating and unlimited soft drinks. This can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience for Dad and his favorite relatives, friends and fellow Charger fans.

Chargers toaster that puts Bolt logo on toast

Now dad can "Bolt Up" every morning with his toast, by burning (or at least lightly toasting) in the Chargers logo on every piece of toast he eats. The San Diego Chargers silver team logo pro toaster even reheats and also toasts frozen items, along with seven different temperature setting for perfect Chargers toast every time. A lot of fun for dad for only $39.95.

Although born and raised with Eagles fans in Philadelphia, Freddy Sherman has always been a citizen of Raider Nation at heart. Since his dad got him a signed George Blanda football as child, to meeting Lyle Alzado in the 1980s, he hasn't looked back. He lives in Los Angeles and awaits the return of an NFL team. Follow him on Twitter @thefredsherman.

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