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New Fitness Subscription Box: Graced By Grit GritBox

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Thanks, Melissa, for the heads up on this new fitness subscription box from Graced by Grit!

The Subscription Box: Graced by Grit GritBox

The Cost: $200 a quarter

The Products:Β This service gives you the opportunity to receive a new workout outfit no one else has, sporting equipment, beauty products and more from Southern California-based companies. At least (1) GRACEDBYGRIT item in each box is exclusive; you can’t buy this item in-store or online.

Are you going to subscribe? Want to see it reviewed?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.


  1. LOLLLLLL ok. This would be funnier if I hadn’t spent $200 on this.

    Just got my package today (points for quick shipping – I am impressed by that aspect.)

    I received:
    A tank top (GracedbyGrit Brand $46)
    Crops (GracedbyGrit Brand $72)
    A fitness item worth $30
    A sample size sunscreen $18

    Also worth noting… the clothing items did not come with any tags. Makes me wonder if it’s a returned item, sample sale, etc. I usually don’t care about that kind of thing but at this price point and low value that would be really disappointing.

    Lesson learned, I knew it was an expensive risk but honestly didn’t think it would be this bad.

    • 😒 thanks for sharing 😐

    • That’s terrible! You need to contact them, I just watched the video they posted on Instagram and she says the value of this box is $275. It’s obviously not, so you would have a valid complaint.

    • Im so sorry about that. I was debating into signing up so I visited the website and watch the video where they thate the $275 value (# that was not good enough for me)
      Hopefully they forgot to include 2 items at your box and will send it to you soon.

      Im looking fwd to see the box reviewed here.

  2. I love made in USA companies. Maybe I will skip Avenue A for summer and buy this one…ohhh the subscription struggle is real 😭

  3. Reviews would be great – previews would be even better so we know what we might be getting our first time for $200. Also, is there any way you can contact them and get an idea of the size range of the clothing? It would help to know that too. I might be interested but, like many others, would like to know a lot more about what I’m getting before paying $200.

    • Ok so I just answered one of my own questions. I went to the website and saw that you pick your top and your bottom sizes, from XS-XL, and there is a size guide which looks like a pretty true to size 0-18 in those ranges. (Their website also has clothing in XXS and XXL, but the box does not).

  4. Would definitely love to see it reviewed. Hard to jump in at that price without a little recon. So glad we have you Liz!

  5. Would love to see reviews! Until I do, there’s no way I’d fork out that kind of $$ for a sub. WAY too high.

  6. I live very close to the Graced by Grit headquarters in Southern California and went to a house party when they first started their line. I went with my sister as a favor and bought a shirt/zip up called “Delicious” and some capris called “land and sea logo”. OMG! The shirt is like butter and the capris as the perfect weight when it’s hot out. They both are really unusual fabrics. I completely live in them during the spring and summer.
    I agree about the price being a little steep but because it’s Graced by Grit, I’m thinking of pulling the trigger.
    Just wanted you all to hear from someone who was not a believer at first. Their products are unusually cool. Just saying…

    • Melissa do you find that their stuff holds up in real hardcore workouts or is it more for yoga type activities? My gripe with a lot of brands (looking at you fabletics) is that they aren’t really meant for hard workouts. I’ve never been able to run distances in anything fabletics or similar. despite them being super cute they aren’t really built for performance in my opinion. I’d love another brand of clothes that I can take on long training runs. Avenue a had been great for that so far.

  7. $200 is a lot for a sub, especially with out knowing brands or what to expect. I’d want to see reviews first but even then I still think it’s too pricey.

  8. I love the Ellie subscription box- I have used everything, and the sizing is spot on. It is about 50.00 a box. So, I may get this box- going to go research it now.

  9. Um no thanks!! Avenue A is less money, and it’s a pretty well known brand addidas that is, so items sell on eBay’s like hot cakes. This sub wants to sell a brand that isn’t even well known at a premium, and wants $200. I may be foolish sometimes but not this time!

    • Not trying to be a jerk but you might just not be in the target market for this sub. I am a fitness clothing junkie and regularly purchase high-priced workout clothing items, and happen to know this brand. i don’t purchase boxes to resell on eBay either, I just purchase them for personal use, so I don’t really care about who on eBay likes it/ebay value. Adidas is indeed a well-known brand (I’m a subscriber), but for people who like indie workout brands and who are used to spending significant amounts of money on clothing like lululemon, etc, this box is super appealing.

      • I spend hundreds on apparel and other fitness related items each other also subbed to addidas. But from the individual who got this box she mentioned it’s a bust, so I guess I was right. I guess I was not the target for this box sending items without a tag clearly not for me.

  10. $200 is a lot for a box without some idea of content. Id love to see a review. I find that for expensive sportswear purchases (such as my running shoes) I am too particular and specific in my needs for a subscription box to work. So it would have to be pretty awesome widely useful stuff to justify the cost.

  11. Super happy with my Avenue A by Adidas sub. Dont need anymore shoes, pants or sport bra.

  12. $200?! No thanks.

  13. Errr…is the equipment like…a treadmill or something? Because …$200

    • LOL. I would like a Peloton please.

  14. It sounds amazing but $200 is a hard pill to swallow without knowing what’s in it! Please review it!!! πŸ™‚

    • We’ll review it! I’m super curious what they will send for $200! It better be impressive! πŸ™‚

      • Thanks Liz!!

  15. Liz, since its a new sub, Im interested, however do you know the total value or if they are releasing a spoiler? $200 on a new sub without a frame of reference or spoiler is tough to swallow.

  16. I’d love to see this reviewed. It sounds like it could be an interesting box but not knowing anything about the company creating it or what might be in it I would be reluctant to spend this much money.

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