Wantable Men’s Fitness Subscription Review – August 2017
Wantable Men’s Fitness is a monthly subscription box service that is focused around athletic and loungewear. When signing up, you answer a simple, yet in-depth survey so your stylist gets a feel for the type of clothing you’re looking for. Item prices range from $40-$70 based on your personal preference, and you can skip a month or cancel at any time.
This box was sent to us at no cost for review. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)
The Subscription Box: Wantable Men’s Fitness
The Cost: $20 styling fee per month, plus the cost of the items you keep. The styling fee is deducted from your purchase. If you keep 5 or more items in your shipment, you receive 20% off the entire order!
The Products: 5-7 clothing and accessory items selected for you based on your style profile.
Ships to: U.S. only (Free Shipping both ways!)
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
This is my detailed invoice noting the products that are in my box, the sizing, and cost of each item. Total cost to keep all 7 items would be $340.00. If I kept 5 or more items, I would receive a 20% discount ($68.00), the $20 styling fee deducted, the price per piece would average at $36.00.
Wantable Men’s Fitness also includes a USPS return bag for anything that I’d like to return. You can either schedule a free pickup or drop off at your local post office or mailbox.
Let’s take a look at what’s inside!
Graphic Tee by Sub Urban Riot – Cost to keep: $38
This 100% combed cotton graphic tee is so soft and I love how much the saying “Riot” pops! The fit is spot on and the tee is perfect for either wearing out with jeans or lounging around. I do have an issue with the price though; $38 is a little steep for me to pay on a t-shirt, so this is going back.
Victory Short by Alternative Apparel – Cost to keep: $48
These French terry cut-off shorts are perfect for any warm-weather day inside for lounging and are a great alternative to sweatpants. The material is extremely soft and the color is so nice and unique. The length, however, isn’t ideal for me; I like my shorts (even lounge shorts) to hit a few inches above my knee, so these are going back.
Hype 3.0 short by MPG Sport – Cost to keep: $64
These shorts are awesome and I own them in black from a previous Wantable shipment – check them out in my June review. The color on this pair is so unique and will be sure to turn heads when I’m running or at the gym. The moisture wicking material on these also have Polygiene Odor Control, so I won’t have to worry about these getting too smelly – These shorts are a keeper!
Challenger Eco-Fleece Pullover Hoodie by Alternative Apparel – Cost to keep: $54
This hoodie is so soft and comfortable that I could live in it! The navy color is extremely versatile and can be worn with jeans to out in or worn with sweats to stay in. Sadly, since this is unisex sizing, the medium is a little snug on so, so I’ll have to return.
Baseball Tee by Alternative Apparel – Cost to keep: $48
This tri-blend classic baseball tee contains organic and recycled materials and is so soft and comfortable. The color blocked top is quite versatile and can be worn dressed up or down, with plenty of bright or dark colors. I’m running into the same unisex sizing fit issue though, so this must be returned.
Path Trouser by Cory Vines – Cost to keep: $58
These sweat-wicking pants are very comfortable and can be worn for lounging or working out. The soft and stretchy nylon/spandex fabric is quite breathable and overall very comfortable. I appreciate the button details at the front pocket as well, it really makes them more unique compared to others I normally see. Sadly, the pants are a little too long for my liking, so these are going back.
Eco Short Sleeve Football Tee by Alternative Apparel – Cost to keep: $40
This unisex, tri-blend tee is so soft and classic; I love how it can be dressed up to go out, or dressed down to lounge around the house. I am, however, running into an issue of this being a little too tight because of the unisex sizing. Due to the small fit, this will have to be returned.
Verdict: Despite running into a few fit issues with this shipment, I’m keeping a pair of shorts! The quality throughout all of the pieces was very high and reasonable in what they were priced at. I look forward to seeing what’s in next month’s shipment!
What do you think about the Wantable Men’s Fitness box? Have you or anyone you know tried the service?