Wantable Fitness Subscription Box Review – April 2018
The fee for this service is $20 a month, and that fee goes toward whichever items you choose to keep. If you keep 3 or 4 items you also get a 20% discount, and if you keep all 5 items you get a 30% discount.
About Wantable Fitness
The Subscription Box: Wantable Fitness
The Cost: You’ll pay a $20.oo non-refundable styling fee to start. You only pay for what pieces you decide to keep, and the $20 styling fee goes towards the cost of what you purchase!
The Products: 5 pieces of workout or athleisure clothing curated to match the preferences you set when you sign up. Keep 3 or more pieces to save 20%. Keep all 5, and save 30%!
Ships to: Ships free to the U.S. (Currently ships to the U.S. only.)
Wantable Fitness April 2018 Review
There’s also a little slip of information about Wantable’s service.
Here’s the info booklet, along with the product list.
In the style quiz I took when signing up, I noted the types of things I like, love, and dislike wearing, as well as the price range I’d be most comfortable spending on different pieces (like tops, bottoms, and tertiary styles like jackets, etc.). To get a feeling for the prices and quality I should expect with this subscription, I picked the mid-range price bracket. It looks like the items I got in this box run from $48.00-$84.00.
Alternative Apparel Rib Sleeve Wrap in Gray, Size Medium – Cost to Keep $48.00
This cardigan is made from a lightweight “Eco Jersey” – made from cotton, polyester, and rayon. I like that Alternative Apparel says that some of the materials used are recycled! This is a nice cozy cardi for after a yoga practice or for making the sweaty run from gym to car on a brisk spring day. The thumb holes make it even cozier.
Glyder Energy Sports Bra in Black, Size Medium – Cost to Keep $56.00
This bra felt a little stiff, which means it’s trickier to wriggle on but it’s super secure and supportive once it’s there! Black is a big part of my workout wardrobe because it’s just so versatile. So this nylon/spandex look is understated and all-purpose. The back has kind of a webbed design, which is both comfortable and cool.
I’m not the biggest camo fan, but I do love this combination of stormy grayish, lavenderish hues. I wish they were full-length leggings, but I love the wide waistband. The polyester/spandex fabric feels smooth and sleek. I will say they felt like they were slipping down my hips a bit more than I’d like. They slide around more than other styles I’ve tried.
MPG Sport Lili Sweatshirt in Heather Concrete, Size Medium – Cost to Keep $58.00 (found here for $32.12)
I really like this giant sweatshirt! The cowl neckline is super cozy—I like that it’s not too tight (not restrictive) nor loose (like a slouchy cowl). It stands up so it blocks the breeze and keeps the warmth in without feeling too strangling or stuffy. The fabric is a terry knit fleece that doesn’t have that fuzzy feeling on the inside that lots of sweatshirts have. That said, it’s pretty snuggly. I don’t really dig the pleat in the back, but I do really like the fitted wrists. It’s like a little hug for your lower arms.
Colosseum Daphne Capri in Spring Night, Size Large – Cost to Keep $59.00
This nylon/spandex pair of navy blue leggings are comfy and feel secure on my hips more than the camo pair did. The lacy details around the calves aren’t quite my thing, but I love the color and the smooth feeling. I’ve been really getting into blue lately, especially in my workout looks!
Free People Movement Sun Salutation White Bra, Size Medium – Cost to Keep $48.00
I found this bra to be really supportive and comfortable. The strappy back is ideal for sweaty practices, and the pure white color feels perfect for spring. I’d totally wear this (elastane, polyester, cotton, nylon blend) bra on a warm vinyasa in the yard or in the park on a sunny weekend morning!
Mono B High Waist Multi Mesh Legging, Size Large – Cost to Keep $59.00
I couldn’t find this black pair online but a pair in a different shade is on sale for $24.99 here. I like the mesh cutouts in these nylon-spandex blend leggings. They feel sporty and sleek. It takes a little scrunching around so that the cutouts perfectly frame my knees, hehe.
The Verdict: The colors in this month’s box were very me—lots of neutrals and cool tones. I liked that they included a variety of pieces, from understated picks to bold patterns. I’m starting to recognize brands from box to box (Mono B, MPG, Glyder, Free People), but there’s always at least one brand that’s new to me (in this case, Prismsport). I will say that this subscription is definitely geared towards people who tend to spend a little more on high-quality workout gear. If you’re looking for deals, I don’t know if this is quite the right box. But if you’re really into fitness and need gear that really performs, then this is a fun pick to discover new brands and styles.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? Wantable curates its boxes based on each individual’s preferences as well as what’s available. What you get might not be the same as what I got, but you also might get something that fits your style and body even better than the looks above! Sign up and see what they choose for you!
Value Breakdown: This box cost $20.00 with free shipping. The total retail value of the items inside was $412.00. If I keep 5 or more items, I’ll get 20% off of that amount. Oh, and remember that my $20.00 styling fee goes towards whatever I buy. In short, if I kept everything, I would spend $309.60.
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