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Under Armour: ArmourBox Subscription Box Review

ArmourBox is a workout clothing styling service where you pay for only what you keep – featuring all Under Armour gear! They offer subscriptions for both men and women – there is no styling fee, so you’re really only paying for the workout clothing that you try on and like.

This package was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out our review process post to learn more about how we review boxes.)

About Under Armour: ArmourBox

The Subscription Box: ArmourBox

The Cost: $0 styling fee – pay for what you keep + free returns

The Products:

ArmourBox subscribers will have access to Under Armour’s latest gear each season, plus each box contains head-to-toe outfits customized to their specific training needs and personal style. From Basketball to Running, Golf, Studio, and more, anything you need for your favorite activities and your active lifestyle can be shipped to your door by subscribing to ArmourBox.

Ships to: US only

Under Armour: ArmourBox Review

I couldn’t be more excited to review this brand new subscription service from Under Armour! As someone who had always been jealous of Liz getting a ton of new workout gear, there is finally a box for both men and women!

Before we jump into the gear, let’s go through the sign up process.

You’ll need to go through a few steps to create your style and workout profile. The items sent to you will revolve around your choices in these categories:

One important thing to note about this subscription: You cannot work out in these clothes and return them – so you’ll simply need to try them on for fit and feel to make your decision.

You’ll be greeted by this little card that details a few items in your box.

Since they sent this for review, we did not get a return slip – but subscribers will receive a return slip and new seal tape in this little envelope.

The prices will be the current selling price for items on – and you’ll receive 20% off if you keep the entire package.

MK-1 Short Sleeve Shirt – Cost To Keep $30

I’ve been buying and trying new workout shirts over the past year, so I feel I have a decent feel on the quality of them at this point – and this one is very light and breathable!

It’s a 90/10 polyester/elastane blend with material that wicks sweats and dries fast – perfect for working out in the summer. The fit was pretty true-to-size as well.

MK-1 Sleeveless Hoodie – Cost To Keep $50

This one ended up being a bit of a surprise for me. I’ve never worn a sleeveless hoodie and was of the mindset of “why does this exist?” – but they exist because they’re super comfortable!

It’s light and I didn’t heat up in it – I wore this during a hot summer day, too. It’s really useful if you need that little extra layer of a bit of warmth or even just a hoodie pocket for working out.

I never mind having an extra pocket, especially in work out clothing! This is a 100% polyester top with the same sweat wicking and quick drying as the MK-1 shirt.

UA Woven Graphic Wordmark – Cost To Keep $30

What’s a workout outfit without some shorts! These are 8″ inseam ultra-lightweight athletic shorts.

These are incredibly light – which I love in a pair of workout shorts – and most importantly for me, there’s no liner.

ArchiTech Futurist Shoes – Cost To Keep $120

They completed my outfit with a pair of intense looking shoes!

These shoes almost mold to your foot with compression lacing in combination with the arch zipper.

They’re heavier than what I’d mornal wear for working out – but they’re also very comfortable once they’re nice and snug on your foot. Most importantly, the heel and foot soles felt very supportive.

Here it is all together! I took this out on a 30-minute workout – everything was very comfortable and the clothing did what it described – wicked sweat and dried fast!

HeatGear Armour Men’s 3/4 Leggings – Cost To Keep $31.99

While I’m very familiar with HeatGear compression gear from Under Armour – I really stand by their Heat Gear compression tank top – I have never worn compression leggings in my life. I wore these underneath the shorts and they did a great job of cooling me down – but I’m not sure these would become a regular for my workout routines.

The Verdict: Under Armour holds a special place in my heart lately – I’ve been living by their MyFitnessPal app to achieve my weight loss goals, and I use their compression undershirts when working out every day – so I was excited to see that they have a styling service! Like other clothing styling services, you’re going to get the most value if you need a lot of gear and don’t really have the time to go shopping – it was a great way for me to discover some new UA products, too. Overall, I enjoyed trying the new gear – and with a $0 styling fee, it’s pretty risk-free – just don’t work out in the clothes that you don’t want to keep!

What do you think about the Under Armour: ArmourBox? Are you going to try it?

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Written by Eric Cadman

Eric Cadman

Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He’s been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

Posted in ArmourBox Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews| Tags: ArmourBox | 13 comments

Comments (13)

  1. We were so excited to receive monthly boxes from Under Armour. Sadly, we did not keep anything in the first two boxes but were told we kept one item from each. They refused to believe us saying they checked with their receiving department and the items were missing. So it was our word against the word of someone in receiving. They recommended I handle by refusing the charges on my credit card versus through them directly. When I asked to speak to a manager they placed me on hold for 20 minutes with the manager reciting the same information. Someone in receiving must be sealing items from each box saying “they never were returned” and the customer is being charged. The first agent we spoke to actually admitted this happens ALL THE TIME. Beware and run quickly!

  2. I was charged the styling fee for my second box exactly one month ago and never received any box. The “live chat” rep will only tell me that there are technical difficulties and I will receive my first box soon. I don’t think these people know what’s going on–I’m about to cancel this subscription and dispute the charge with my credit card company.

    • There is no styling fee

  3. Husband got this box. He was suppose to get a pair of shoes, a pair of shorts, and 3 shirts. $192 was the cost but they only sent 3 shirts and still charged for the other two items. We would have to call and get a credit for the out of stock shoes and shorts. That is ridiculous how are you going to charge for items not in the box and go through the hassle of calling customer service for a refund of items not received. He is canceling this subscription and I am not signing up either.

  4. How much are these???

  5. I signed up for the women’s version on Aug. 1–still waiting to be assigned a stylist. Will report back when it arrives!

    • I loved mine (especially the shoes–they have a tracker in them that links to an app!) and kept it all for the discount! Recently requested for them to do another box for me, and it’s been “building” for a week or two now…

  6. I’m a little confused. Do you pay actual retail for the clothes you keep or is there a discount from signing up for the box? I’m failing to see the difference between you going to the store/shopping online and picking out stuff.

    • You pay the retail price of the clothing you want to keep – and you get 20% off if you keep it all. It’s basically a styling service, like Stitchfix (except they don’t charge the $20 styling fee like Stitchfix), so a lot of the value would be found for the person who might not have time, or want, to shop.

  7. Insanely high prices! Around $260.. wow.

    • The prices actually seemed low to me for UnderArmour and similar high-quality workout wear!

    • I agree the prices seem steep. I guess I’m used to shopping at an Under Armour outlet. Styles of workout shirts and shorts don’t change much so it’s ok with me if I buy last year’s styles at an outlet.

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