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ArmourBox is a subscription styling service from Under Armour. Each box will include 4-6 pieces of handpicked UA gear that fit your needs, your style, your goals, and will be sent right to your doorstep. There is no fee to try the service, and you pay for only what you keep. If you keep everything, you’ll save 20%! Note: Boxes are available for Men and Women.
ArmourBox ships via FedEx and took just a few days to arrive to me.
You can customize your box based on your lifestyle/type of workouts you do. The following details are included in your online profile:
~Your Goal (My answers: Improve my game, Maintain my fitness)
~What You’re Into (My answers: Running, Yoga & Pilates, Walking, Studio Classes)
~Where You Get To Work (My answers: At Home, In the Studio, At the Gym)
~Your Style: (My answers: Ahead of the Game, Performance-Driven, Clean & Classic)
Based on my profile answers, ArmourBox sent me a box to get ready for my next “studio sweat session.” My last box focused on running, so this was a fun change.
The box includes details instructions on how to checkout / return your items. You have seven days from when you receive your box to make your decisions and ship the items back. ArmourBox includes a prepaid return label, which you can return via USPS or FedEx.
My March 2018 ArmourBox included the following items:
~Women’s HeatGear Armour Ankle Crop ($45): These pants are 87% Polyester/13% Elastane and have a compression fit. I was worried that the waistband wasn’t wide enough to hold everything it, but it did and wasn’t too constricting. These are supposed to fit just slightly above the ankle (that’s how they fit on the model), but they hit me at the ankle and are a little loose. Other than that they are perfect and I think I can get past a little looseness at the ankle for otherwise perfect pants! Verdict: Kept.
~Women’s UA SpeedForm Gemini 3 Graphic Running Shoes ($129.99): These ultra-cushioned, neutral shoes are designed to deliver unmatched comfort. I did find them very comfortable, but also somewhat bulky. Not heavy, just “big”. They are designed to mold to your foot, so you end up with a perfect fit. Had the price point been lower and these had been in a bolder color, I may have kept them, but these are headed back. Verdict: Returned.
~UA Beyond 18oz. Vacuum Insulated Water Bottle ($28): Nothing bad to say about this! It keeps beverages cold for 12 hours and has a leak resistant lid. If my husband wouldn’t be annoyed to see another water bottle in the house, I would so keep this. Verdict: Returned (Sadly).
~Women’s HeatGear Armour Full Zip ($65): I knew right away that this jacket wasn’t for me. I love the stretchy fabric (87% Polyester/13% Elastane), but I don’t like the branded hem and the elastic cuffs. It also felt very boxy on me. A little too short in the body for how wide it felt. Sending this one back was an easy decision. Verdict: Returned.
~Women’s HeatGear Armour 2-in-1 Tank ($50): I received this tank in Brillance / Graphite, and I LOVE the color combination. Brillance is a bright – almost florescent – coral shade and looks great with the graphite. The tank itself though was a miss. It showed a lot of skin – more than I want to show off at the gym really and was super hard to get on. The bra is attached to the tank on the shoulders, and I got it all twisted up. LOL! I did think it was flattering though and think the relaxed fit would be great for working out.
If I keep all of the pieces, the box would cost $269.65 – that includes the 20% keep-all discount. I kept my entire box last month, but will only be keeping the pants this time. There’s no risk with this box, and you don’t lose anything if you don’t keep any pieces, which I LOVE!
Have you tried ArmourBox? If so, what did you think? And if you were me, which pieces would you keep from this box?