It's that time of the year, and we're celebrating dads with the perfect father's day gift: a pair of jeans and a polo for $100.


In celebration of fatherhood, we caught up with a few Revtown dads who are redefining dad style—while they (try) to keep up with their kids.


What value do you most want to instill in your kids?

The value that I most want to instill in my children is strength. Not just because I own a gym, but because I’ve seen how a strong body creates a strong mind. It’s given me the ability to overcome a lot of different circumstances and I want that for my children.

What's the coolest thing about being a dad?

The hugs. No matter what you’re going through during you day, your kid's arms around your neck will make you forget everything!

What's it like running a business while raising children?

Running a business and raising kids are the same exact thing. It’s hectic, exhausting, there is always sh*t to clean up, but it’s the most rewarding thing in the world!


What's the coolest thing about being a dad?

Having someone to learn with.

Not only am I teaching Theo, but I am also learning from him every single day. He is at an age where he is absorbing knowledge at a rapid pace, so naturally he keeps me on my toes and makes sure I’m setting a good example.

How about the best part of hanging out with Theo?

Watching his fascination of the simplest of things. You observe and appreciate things that regularly go unnoticed.

Give us your best dad joke.

What’s the difference between a poorly dressed man on a tricycle and a well-dressed man on a bicycle?



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What's the coolest thing about being a dad?

The coolest thing about being a dad is watching Sebastian discover things. It’s always rewarding to see him make an observation and then comment.

What do you find to be the toughest part of parenting?

Being emotionally and mentally present when you’re physically with your child takes a lot of effort. Being patient is the other part of it. Accepting things as they unfold.

What do you and Sebastian like to do together?

I really love to draw with Sebastian while listening to music. It’s really cool to see him work on a drawing. And usually I get engrossed in what I’m doing, which is really nice.