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What is 5K Crate? 5K Crate is a subscription service for RUNNERS! It is a curated quarterly box for runners of all levels.
You choose Women’s or Men’s preferred sizes, and they put together a box of 5-7 handpicked items and ship them to you each quarter. The price is $59.99 per quarter and the box is guaranteed to have a retail value of over $100.
From their website, “5kCrate is about offering subscribers a premium subscription that provides the best apparel, accessories and nutritional products on the market today. We promise not to be just another subscription box filled with just snacks and gels, but rather deliver to you a box filled with products that you will happily be able to use over and over again.”
So, is it worth it?
Let’s take a look at what came in the box!
@epicwipes The Massive Wet Wipe (2) – $2.50 each retail
@zensah no-show compression socks (these look/feel awesome!!!) – $19.99
@missionathlete VaporActive cooling towel – $19.99
@lafreshgroup Travel Lite sunscreen wipes – $1.00 each
@spigenworld Wireless Bluetooth Headphones – $45
@missionathlete VaporActive Alpha Running Shirt!!! (excited to try!) – $35.95
So, what do I think?
I think the 5K Crate is totally worth it! I LOVE that it’s not just a bunch of snack samples. The products are things I will actually use and are of great quality. They guarantee a value of over $100, so you know you’re going to get your money’s worth (and more!). They also partner with great brands. I’ve seen Momentum Jewelry in their boxes!!!
The 5K Crate is a great gift to yourself for that extra motivation or even a great gift for a special runner in your life! I know I’d be stoked to receive this as a gift. These boxes do sell out super quick, so if you’re thinking about it, I’d say jump on it!
Have you ever tried a runner’s subscription box?
Have you tried 5K Crate? What do you think?
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