Boomtown Box Subscription Box Review – December 2016
Boomtown Box is a lifestyle subscription box geared towards men. Items can range from snacks to shirts to gear for your everyday life.
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The Subscription Box: Boomtown Box
The Cost: $22.99 + $6 S/H
The Products: 4-5 items geared toward men. Item can include snacks, shirt, and even camping gear.
Ships To: US only
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Each box comes with a slip of paper detailing the items in the box.
Socks from Legends Socks Co. – Value $14
This month includes a clothing item – and they’re a pair of camo socks.
These socks are from Legends Socks Co. It has the feature, like Bombas, where it’s a little tighter around the bridge of your foot.
These are a bit thicker socks as well. Not a super thick boot sock, but also not a thin dressy sock – somewhere right in the middle.
Stainless Steel Beer Koozie – Value $10?
The next item is a branded item – one of two this month.
The outside of this koozie is stainless steel – but it’s also thin and somewhat bendable.
Inside a foam to support a couple different sizes of bottles. But, to my surprise, it’s too big for a standard bottle – so I guess that this is only for cans?
Boomtown Box Shot Glass – Value $2-3?
The second branded item is a standard shot glass.
Credit Card Bottle Opener – Value $5-10?
The next item is the perfect addition to your wallet – it’s a credit card bottle opener.
Outside of the socks, this could be my favorite item. I usually carry a bottle opener on my keychain, but this might be a more preferable option.
Think Beef Jerky – Value $5
The final item is a 1.5 oz pack of jerky from Think Jerky.
It’s pretty basic beef jerky – this one isn’t spicy and is a tad sweet. Overall, I didn’t like the jerky – the flavor kind of took the middle-ground and it ended up being pretty mediocre.
Verdict: As I’ve said in previous reviews, this box seems directed to the early 20’s party crowd. If you’re ok with everything being branded, then the value might be here for you. Outside of that, the items are typically a bit basic and tough to get excited about for me.
What did you think of the December Boomtown Box?