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Gentleman’s Box is the first subscription box that caters to the modern gentleman. Each month honors a noteworthy gentleman from the past or present. In each box, you can expect to find four to five products hand-selected by the GB team.
Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own, and no compensation was received.
Gentleman’s Box ships via USPS. For orders or subscriptions placed before the 25th of the month, your first box will be shipped the day you subscribe or purchase your gift. If you order after the 25th of the month, your first box will ship the 10th of the following month.
Gentleman’s Box is a Michigan company, and since I am in Michigan too that makes me like them even better!
The September 2017 Gentleman’s Box was their second collaboration with Jim Beam and included the following items:
~The Knot Club Tie ($24.39): The Red Matrix Tie is 2.75″ and is a deep brick red shade. I wouldn’t call it shiny, but it’s also not a flat material.
~DeadSoxy Beauregard ($22): I don’t think they could have done much better matching these socks to the tie above. It’s perfection! DeadSoxy socks are guaranteed never to slip or fall, which is how all socks should be, but sadly aren’t!
~The Knot Club Pocket Square ($12.19): The Plaid Tie – Cherry Pocket Square is 100% cotton and measures 30x30cm. It compliments the tie and socks quite well and is great for fall.
~Sand & Bell Lapel Pin ($15.74): This fleur-de-lis lapel pin is silver plated copper and shaped like a French Lilly. Another classic piece!
~Jim Beam Black Whiskey Stones ($12): The final item in the box was a set of 5 whiskey stones. You pop them in the freezer and then use them in your drink to keep it cold without diluting it. So smart!
All totaled the September 2017 Gentleman’s Box had a value of about $86. Some of the prices in the information booklet weren’t in USD (for example the tie and pocket square are listed in Canadian dollars), so my values (which are adjusted to USD) do vary slightly from those listed. The box breaks down to $5 per item, which is a great value!