Burst Box is a new subscription box for anyone into fitness, athletics and/or CrossFit.
Each box will feature a selection of gear, apparel, healthy snacks, supplements, and more. They also include an original playlist and a nutritious recipe to keep you inspired. Every month you’ll receive 5 to 8 products with an average value of up to $60.
Subscriptions are $34.99/month.
Let’s see what’s in the August 2015 Burst Box!
The box was shipped via priority mail and featured a Burst Box logo sticker.
A peek inside! There was no info card, so I’ll just jump right into the products…
Reebok Performance Sport Socks 3-Pack – These socks are made of 97% nylon and 3% spandex for shape retention. They include an “arch gripper” for a secure fit and “moisture management” to keep you dry.
Food Should Taste Good Real Good Bar in Hazelnut Sea Salt – When I saw the chocolate on this bar I assumed it wouldn’t be vegan-friendly… To my surprise, it was! (Well, it does contain honey, which I do eat.) I ate the bar shortly after opening the box and it was ridiculously good. Plenty of nuts, cocoa, and a touch of citrus. Yum!
Reebok CrossFit Wristbands – Since there was no info card, I’m not sure what else to say about these other than “they’re wristbands”. So… Yep. 😉
Dynarex Sensi-Wrap Self-Adherent Bandage Roll – I had to look this up since I wasn’t 100% sure what it was for. Turns out it’s a lightweight compression bandage that doesn’t slip and can be torn without the need for scissors. (Can you tell I’m not an athlete?)
Dr. McDougall’s Cranberry Almond Cereal – I love Dr. McDougall’s! We buy their (his?) soups on a weekly basis. All of their products are vegan-friendly and even my omnivore husband likes ’em. I’ve never tried the cereal, but it looks nice and filling.
Burst Box Towel – A handy little towel made with 100% cotton — perfect to toss in your gym bag.
RAP Protein Gummies – These strawberry flavored gummy candies contain an impressive 20 grams of protein per serving. They’re also fat & gluten free and list whey protein isolate as the first ingredient.
Inspiration – The box also included a recipe for Power House Greens Salad, a “summer run” playlist, and an inspiration print.
Overall, Burst Box seems like a totally useful box for athletes of any performance level. The products were practical and some great brands were featured. I wasn’t able to do a cost breakdown, so I’m not quite sure where this box is value-wise. The monthly cost seems a little steep to me, but then again, I’m not all that familiar with what these types of products sell for. Any athletes wanna help me out? 😉
If you’d like to sign up for Burst Box, you can score free shipping when you use coupon code “THEORIGINALS” at checkout.Browse more Health and Fitness Boxes in my Subscription Box Directory
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
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