These 8 casual sneakers would make great Father's Day gifts

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These 8 casual sneakers would make great Father's Day gifts

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Outfits aren't complete without a great pair of sneakers. Whether dressed up or down, they tie any look together and can be worn regardless of the season. If you're looking to give dad a pair of shoes that are both classic and stylish on Father's Day, these eight pairs fit all the qualifications and then some. 

From a high-top look to a suede option, check out what we picked out below and grab a matching pair for yourself.

The Nike Blazer sneakers are some of the most timeless on the market. Crisp and fun to wear, they pair with virtually anything already in his closet.

Air Force 1 scream casual, effortless style. Get dad is first (or a new) pair and watch his eyes light up in delight.

For over 50 years, Stan Smith has maintained their reputation for being an incredible addition to the sneaker collection at Adidas. A pair of these will be the gift that keeps on giving.

Air Max sneakers should be a no-brainer to anyone's sneaker haul. If dad is looking for one that will turn head, offer him the early 2000s-inspired Genome. 

Everyone needs an all-white shoe to wear throughout the summer, so snatch up the Air Max 90 for pops.

Originally designed for Allen Iverson, honeycomb-shaped cushioning adds all-day comfort and abrasion-resistant rubber outsole are some of the highlights of the Reebok Question Mid.

Suede will never go out of style and neither will the color tan. Combine the best of both worlds with this set from Puma.

Does he like a pop of color on his feet? Let him rock every color in the rainbow at the same time when you present him these kicks.

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