Ready.Set.Move Subscription Box Review

Disclaimer: I received two Ready.Set.Move Subscription Boxes to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find, and write race reviews!

Ready, set, Move!

Do you ever feel like there’s just so much stuff in the world you want to try, but don’t want to fully commit to a full size product, or nonetheless the price of the full sized product? Because that’s 100% me, which is why I’ve always been a fan of subscription boxes. For one grouped price, I get a chance to try new products that I’ve never heard of, products from familiar brands, and products that meet the needs of a concept I’ve been wanting to try.

In recent years you can get a subscription box for almost anything. So when I had the opportunity to try a seasonal one geared towards runners, I was all in. The Ready. Set. Move. Box is a quarterly subscription, think seasonal, that includes approximately $100+ worth of products for only $49.99 a month.I received two boxes, basically winter and spring, and I couldn’t be happier with what came with them.

So to go through and review every product would be an extremely long blog, this isn’t so much about the individual products themselves, but more about the potential that comes from new product discovery.

In between the two boxes there were some overlap with brands, which I didn’t mind one bit. For example both months included products from Nuun, KT Tape, Floyd’s, Brooks, and La Colombe Coffee (loved this, didn’t expect coffee, but so necessary).

First thing I tried from the box and I was so happy as it was much needed.

But they were different and new products that I haven’t tried before but were either familiar with the brand or the concept. I feel like there was a great set of standard item types in each box. Safety, beverage, food, recovery, and gear.

Second box haul! Loving the Bob’s Red Mill products.

One thing I will note is that there were compression wear items in the box, and I did not have the opportunity to give sizing information so I do wonder if down the road if that would be an option for customers in which a size is needed for a product to be fully functional.

From the second box, fortunately this had two different sizes and I ironically had just bought these from Target for $10. I instantly returned them.

Overall I enjoyed the thrilled of getting new goodies without doing the research myself. If you’re always looking to try new things, or just like random stuff this is definitely for you! But don’t just take my word for it, check out the other BibRave Pro Reviews below.

Mai Meridith Phil Lisa Patrick

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