Bespoke Post Sends You Awesome New Man Stuff Every Month

Bespoke Post Sends You Awesome New Man Stuff Every Month

Being a modern man is hard work. Believe me, I have tried. When you’re not slaving away over spreadsheets, stuff needs fixing and beer needs to be consumed. Fathers have even more on their plates. While retail therapy is rarely the answer, using the right kit can really improve your day. Bespoke Post sends first-class manly stuff to your front door every month. You might receive grooming products, weekend bags, or drinking essentials — but the recurring theme is quality.

– Get high-quality items shipped to your door every month

– Take the lifestyle quiz to see recommended items or pick what you want

– The contents of every box are worth at least $70

Monthly Man Stuff

It goes without saying that we should be grateful for any gift. At the very least, someone has spent their own money for your benefit. However, a man can only wear so many socks. He can only tolerate so many novelty bobbleheads. At some point, he must gather together the essential items for surviving…no…owning each and every day.

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This is where Bespoke Post comes in. As with most subscription box services, you receive a delivery every month. Every parcel contains high-quality kit, varying from grooming products to outdoor equipment.

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The contents of each box are worth significantly more than you pay for your subscription. In addition, you experience tear-open-the-wrapping excitement every month.

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The Kit List

To get started, you just need to visit Bespoke Post’s website and fill out the lifestyle quiz. This little questionnaire wants to understand your needs and desires. Based on your answers, the website then finds suitable items for your upcoming boxes.

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If you enjoy traveling, you could receive the stylish Weekender overnight bag. Expect to be impressed by the leather details and subtle colored canvas. It also has reinforced ID tags and a strong cotton webbing shoulder strap.

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Folks who love the finer things in life might take delivery of the Aged liquor-aging kit. Made by skilled craftsmen, the 13-ounce vessel allows your favourite tipple to mature over 8–10 days. It’s perfect for spirits such as gin and white rum, or you can create your own cocktail.

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Likewise, any sharply dressed fellow will appreciate the Refresh dopp kit. Packed inside a beautiful waxed canvas bag, you get a stack of great grooming products. The kit includes Heavy Hitter Shampoo and Styling Clay from Mitch, plus Natural Handmade Soap from Dr. Squatch.

Each box is worth at least $75, but you pay just $45 each month. Just as importantly, Bespoke Post gives you total control. You have five days to review each box before it ships. If you would prefer something different, you can swap out items at any time. The range covers style, drinking, grooming, travel, food, home, and the great outdoors.

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”Free to join, skip any box, cancel anytime. Get unique brands and products every month without any hassle.

Boxes cost $45, but are worth over $70. We make large buys with small brands and pass those savings on to you.

Delivered to your door for free in the contiguous US, and our customer service team is available 7 days a week.” — Bespoke Post

What We ❤️

Receiving great products, sourced from craftsmen and small independent companies around the country.

Future Designs

We would love to see some different sizes of box, or maybe specialist subscriptions?

Availability

– Order now via BespokePost.com

– Price: $45 per box

– Delivery: Free in the contiguous USA

Mark is best known for writing about apps, but he also loves the tactile, hardware side of technology. Being a professional photographer, he's pretty handy with a camera, and he's a self-confessed tweetaholic.
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