The 39 Best Men's Subscription Boxes (That Go Beyond Socks & Razors)
Guys—they’re just like us. Whether it's a birthday, Father's Day or some other holiday, they're most excited at a gift that keeps on surprising, such as the best men's subscription boxes that deliver wine bottles, coffee beans or tech gadgets. (And maybe he'd be happy to know he'll never run out of razors and socks, two of life’s biggest necessities.) Perhaps he might just want someone else to do his clothes shopping for him. The truth is, there’s a subscription box to delight nearly every man, focused on providing quality in everything from meals to cocktails to fragrance—whatever he's into.
The best men's subscription boxes are highly customizable, meaning you can choose if they come every month, every other month or quarterly. There are sure to be several among these 39 winners that will delight him—and having him appreciating you all over again when his latest box arrives. And if you haven't found everything he'll love in this list, check out our roundup of the best subscription snack boxes (no judgment) or our favorite subscription wellness boxes (because, hello, stress relief).
Best Men's Subscription Boxes At A Glance
- Best for Movie Night Buffs: Moose Munch Premium Popcorn Club
- Best for Gadget Collectors: Breo Box
- Best for Eco-Householders: Hive Brands
- For the Busy Home Cook: Home Chef
- Best for the Sexually Adventurous: Mystery Pleasure Box
- Best for the Style Guy: GQ's Best Stuff Box
- For the Hard-to-Fit Guy: Good Counsel
- Best for the Wine Lover: Winc
- Best for Sneaker Collectors: Stance
- Best for the Guy Who Hates Clothes Shopping: Amazon Prime Try Before You Buy
- Best for the Neat Beardo: Dollar Shave Club
- For the Beer Connoisseur: The Craft Beer Club
- For the Outdoorsman: Cairn
- For the Guy with a Sophisticated Palate: Murray's Cheese of the Month Subscription
- Best for the Clothes Lover: Stitch Fix for Men
- Best for the Guy Who Always Smells Great: Scentbird
- For the Golf Enthusiast: Short Par 4
- For the Eco-Conscious Cook: Misfits Market
- For the New Dad: Rad Dad Box
- For the Craft Cocktail Guy: Mash and Grape
- For the Foodie: The Mantry
- Best for the Bright Clothing Devotee: Me Undies
- For the Guy Who Craves Protein: Butcher Box
- Best for the Angler: Mystery Tackle Box
- For the Busy Young Professional: Gentleman's Box
- For the Survivalist: Battlebox
- For the Guy Who Loves His Car: Glovebox
- For the Cigar Aficianado: Good Cigar Co.
- For the Outdoorsy Family Man: Scoutbox
- For the Dried Beef Buff: Jerky of the Month Club
- For the Barbecuing Fiend: Grill Masters Club
- For the Novelty Outfit Fan: Foot Cardigan
- Best for the Adventurous: Bespoke Post
- Best for the Aspiring Mixologist: Shaker & Spoon
- For the Spicy Food Fan: Hot Sauce of the Month Club
- Best for Guys Who Like Variety: Menlo Club
- Best for the Caffeine Enthusiast: Blue Bottle Coffee
- Best for the Luxury Fashion Lover: Trunk Club
- Best for the Grooming Resistant: Dr. Squatch
What you get: Tins of caramel- and chocolate-accented gourmet popping corn
Why We Love It: Is he always longing to settle into his media room and watch old classics, or binge the latest Netflix offering? To accompany those flickering images, give him a delicious, seasonally crafted crunchy snack (think: fall batches drizzled with Cinnamon Maple Pecan and Dark Chocolate to holiday popcorn suffused with peppermint bark).
Cost: $60 for three monthly deliveries; $200 for a year's worth of crunchy goodness
What you get: Five to eight of the latest tech gadgets
Why we love it: Does he always pine after (and obsessively research) the newest tech launches? Then this is the box for him. Every three months, he’ll get a shipment of unique gadgets, home goods, fitness products and more (think drones, Tesla lighters and hydroponic herb gardens) that are curated to fit the season.
Cost: You can select a single season ($175), two seasons ($339), three seasons ($479) or a whole year ($599) of boxes.
Does he lead with his core values of sustainability and equity? Hive Brands lets you custom-curate items from kitchen stapes to must-haves for the bathroom that are sourced and packaged responsibly. Basically, this is the auto-fill for the grocery store shopping items that he needs, from the mundane (rice ramen) to the indulgent (dark chocolate peanut butter cups).
Fresh weekly meal kits are customized to his dietary preferences and restrictions and delivered right to his home. He can pause his subscription to fit his schedule, and there's no chance of him getting tired of the same dishes thanks to weekly recipe rotations.
If he's always wanting to try new things in bed during private time, this is the box for him. Users can choose boxes curated for male-female use, same sex couples or solo play that are filled with lubes, lotions, toys and bedroom accessories, including any batteries needed.
Each quarter, GQ magazine rolls its favorite men's grooming products and accessories into a box and sends them to subscribers. Each box costs $50 yet contains more than $100 worth of products. For example, Spring 2022 includes a full-size backpack with laptop sleeve, full-size La Roche-Posay body wash, travel shampoo, hair pomade, post-shave face soothing lotion and more. You can gift the box in bi-annual or annual installments.
This single-order or subscription box includes items sized from medium to 7XL Tall, and customers have the option to share their neck, chest, waist, hips and inseam measurements with their style consultant for optimum success. Subscribers receive four to six items in each box, and are under no obligation to buy. If they do, the $30 styling fee is subtracted from the total.
What you get: Four expertly curated bottles of wine each month
Why we love it: He’ll take a quick, six-question quiz that helps determine the flavors he likes, and then Winc will select four bottles based on his palate. No more judging reds and whites by their labels in the middle of the liquor store (admit it, you do it, too). Then he’ll rate his wines to get better recommendations for the next delivery.
Cost: Winc lets gift-givers choose a one-month subscription ($60), a two-month subscription ($100) or a three-month subscription ($150), to be delivered at the frequency that your giftee requests. Best of all, the subscriptions allow your recipient to choose their own wines, so no risk of sending someone a cava when they're more of a Barolo drinker.
What you get: Two to four pairs of socks, or one to three pairs of underwear, shipped either monthly or quarterly
Why we love it: Not only does Stance make some of the comfiest underwear and socks, but it also features fun patterns with pop culture references, plus motifs from sports and movies. (The brand is hip among sneakerheads.) Just choose underwear or socks, the number he wants to receive (two, three or four pairs) and whether he wants them monthly or quarterly. Let the brand pick products based on a brief quiz or he can curate his own box.
Cost: This service is available in increments from three months ($57) to 12 months ($228).
What you get: Up to eight items—and pay only for the ones you keep
Why we love it: If he likes to pick out his own clothes, Amazon Prime Try Before You Buy has a giant selection of name brands he can try before he buys. Just fill his cart with up to eight pieces and they’ll all get shipped so he can try them on at home. He can keep the items he likes and send back the ones he doesn’t with a prepaid shipping label. There’s basically no risk involved in this shopping experience.
Cost: The price is based on how many items you choose for each shipment, and you're only charged for each one he keeps.
What you get: The first shipment is a starter set that comes with a razor, two blades and a variety of travel-size grooming products. For following months, customize a restock box with full-size items.
Why we love it: If buying razors is always a forgotten task, give his scruff a little extra attention with personalized shipments. For less money than he’d pay in the store (and way more convenience), Dollar Shave Club offers three razor options (two blades, four blades and six blades) and has additional products to add to each shipment, including body wash, shampoo and toothpaste from Dollar Shave Club’s own brand. Plus, subscribers can select what day and how often they want to receive their box.
Cost: The starter set is just $5, but we're partial to the Shave Gift Set (razor handle, blades, prep scrub, shave butter and post-shave cream) for $35 and the Super Ultimate Shave Kit for $50 which includes handy in-shower and sink holders for his razor.
What you get: Twelve beers
Why we love it: Impress all of his friends at Zoom happy hour with bottles and cans from microbreweries around the country. Each box spotlights beer from two breweries located in different regions and comes with four craft beer styles (three bottles of each one). It’s a great way to up your standing with the biggest beer aficionado in your life.
Cost: Shipments begin at $47 per month.
What you get: Three to six products
Why we love it: Create a profile that tells Cairn about his outdoor pursuits and expect a monthly surprise of expertly curated items fit for all types of adventures. Whether he’s a seasoned hiker or a beginner rock climber, each box can include new-to-market apparel, gear, snacks, skincare and emergency tools that match the activity (from brands like HydroFlask, Marmot and Clif Bar), worth up to $50.
Cost: These boxes begin at $35 per month.
What you get: Three or four half-pound cuts of cheese
Why we love it: Calling all cheese lovers—we’ve found the best subscription box ever. Murray’s Cheese of the Month sources the highest-quality cheese from producers around the world and delivers it to your doorstep, along with a handy information card with serving and wine pairing suggestions. Consider this an excuse to invite your friends over when social distancing ends.
Cost: Your cornucopia of cheeses costs $75 per month.
What you get: A stylist-selected shipment of clothes comes, based on a questionnaire your guy fills out about his clothing needs. He gets to try on the pieces from brands like The North Face, Ralph Lauren and New Balance, as well as brands exclusive to Stitch Fix. The account is charged for what he keeps and there's a 25 percent discount if he keeps everything.
Why we love it: You can tailor how much you want to spend on each item, as well as tell your stylist (via questionnaire) how often you want to receive each type of look (so you might opt for, say, business looks infrequently).
Cost: Delivery options are every two to three weeks, every month, every other month or every three months, and can be customized for any budget. (And you can just send your guy a gift card for them to use at their convenience.)
What You Get: New designer scent trial sizes for $16 per month.
Why We Love It: Your guy loves scent, but doesn't want to hang around a department store beauty counter being bombarded with too many samples at once. So here he can take a quiz about his likes and dislikes (maybe he leans toward fresh citrusy scents or prefers a spicy warm vibe?), then get an 8 ml bottle of a new fragrance from top brands like Prada and Bulgari delivered. And here's what's better, also, than a department store—the trial scent fits inside a sleek black reusable case.
Cost: Scentbird costs $16 per month and there's no obligation to continue if you decide to cancel after one month.
What You Get: Stylist-selected golf apparel and accessories delivered to your door.
Why We Love It: Golf is booming due to the sport's perfect combination of social distancing and outdoors exercise; this service allows subscribers to avoid overpriced pro shops or unknown online vendors and get quality merch from esteemed golf brands like Calloway, Oakley and RLX.
Cost: You can gift three-month memberships beginning at $147, and any items your golfer returns will be credited to his account to be used against future purchases.
What You Get: A weekly or every-other-week delivery of fresh vegetables that would otherwise go to waste
Why We Love It: Our reviewer gave this fresh produce and grocery delivery service high marks for reasonably priced and quality food delivered straight to your door, no pandemic-era grocery store visits required. But even in times of non-contagion, this box is a great idea, since you sign up for once a week or every other week deliveries of fresh foods that otherwise would go to waste because due to size, shape or other irregularity, it wouldn't be eligible to be sold at a supermarket. Bonus—prices are up to 40 percent off.
Cost: from $33, depending on box size
What you get: Three to four items to welcome the new dad to fatherhood and help bond with baby. Past boxes included blue bear rattle socks, hand sanitizer for dad's day out and maple syrup for Dad to put on his pancakes.
Why we love it: It's just a sweet way for new fathers to have something that's just for them and the baby.
Cost: Three months, $44 per box.
What you get: A sampling of your choice of spirits from independent bottlers and small-scale distillers around the world. You choose among Whiskey, Scotch, bourbon, gin or tequila, and each month your recipient gets a bottle with tasting notes and the story of its creation.
Why we love it: This makes an excellent housewarming present because it is an excellent way to build a home liquor cabinet, as well as learn more about the traditional processes that go into making a distinctive scotch, say, or a notable sipping tequila.
Cost: Each spirit has its own monthly fee, beginning with the least expensive, gin ($44 per month) ranging up to the dearest, Scotch ($79 per month).
What you get: Six full-size artisan products delivered to your door
Why we love it: To paraphrase Samuel Johnson, when a man is tired of snacks, he is tired of life. We know that the noshing fellow in your life is going to delight in the items we've found in past boxes: smoky peanut butter, fennel and pepper salami, even a frozen tonic syrup to elevate that after-work vodka-tonic.
Cost: Boxes are giftable in one-month frequency ($75), three-month frequency ($225) and for $450, you can get six months of snack happiness.
What you get: It's a little colorful prize every month—a soft, fresh pair of undies, according to your preference.
Why we love it: First your giftee selects a style (boxer brief, trunk, boxer, or brief), then according to whatever plan you've chosen (Classic, Bold or Adventurous), and their size, they get just that pair of undies, made in the signature MeUndies ultra-soft lightweight fabrics, no-chafe stitching and a non-binding waistband.
Cost: At $18 per month, with no commitment, this is a low-risk, high-yield buy.
What you get: Fresh-frozen beef, pork, chicken or salmon delivered to your door.
Why we love it: This service is a gem, mostly because it's high-quality and saves him the chore of having to go to the butcher, the fishmonger and various other special markets. You can choose what's in your box, from all grass-fed-grass-finished beef, heritage pork, free-range organic chicken and sustainably harvested, wild-caught seafood.
Cost: While there are one-off gift boxes for steak lovers ($155) and those with a taste for wild salmon ($149), the monthly subscription costs $137 for around 10 pounds of grass-fed beef, chicken, pork or fish, depending on which plan you choose. You can cancel or skip a month at any time.
What you get: A box full of fishing equipment that's chosen by the recipient, for the recipient.
Why we love it: Fisherfolk are notoriously difficult to select gifts for—they like their lures just so, and won't be interested in trying anything you pick out, unless you're a bigtime fisher yourself. So this gifting service is great because it lets someone buy a monthly box, but lets the recipient choose among a wide selection of hard baits, soft baits, jigs, reels and other tackle you need not concern yourself with.
Cost: Three-month gift box subscriptions begin at $57 and top out at $204.
What you get: A monthly box of small style accessories, tailored to the season.
Why we love it: The wide variety of the edit is what's cool here, from elegant pocket squares to dress socks that come in the style boxes.
Cost: The must-have accessories box comes monthly for $35.
What you get: In a monthly box, you'll receive manuals, emergency supplies, outdoor gear and survival tools.
Why we love it: Is your guy a big fan of shows like Naked and Afraid and Doomsday Preppers, where some poor sap tries to outwit Mother Nature but fails miserably? Don't let him be that guy, with a monthly haul of how-to guides and gadgets guaranteed to at least give him a head start on surviving the zombiepocalypse.
Cost: The Basic monthly box costs $30; increasingly costly subscription tiers top out at $160 per month and include more serious gear such as compasses, tents and axes.
What you get: Car care is so much easier when you have the right products and tools, and this box contains five to seven of the best cleaners for all your detailing needs, as well as a microfiber towel. There's something for upholstery, for paint protection, tire maintenance and more.
Why we love it: Say your giftee just got their first car—this set of products will let them understand it better as they're taking care of it (i.e., they'll finally stop parking under that tree whose berries corrodes the paint). If your recipient is a longtime car buff, they'll appreciate new formulations of cleaning and buffing supplies.
Cost: The GloveBox costs $32 per month.
What you get: Four or eight premium cigars in a humidified case, along with a cigar cutter. matches and a detailed explanation of the cigar choices.
Why we love it: Before your first shipment, you request "mild to medium," "variety" or "medium to full" strength preferences. Then, once you receive your selections, there's an online palate quiz you answer by email, so that future sets can hew to your liking.
Cost: The subscription starts at $35 per month for four cigars, and can be cancelled at any time.
What you get: Every box offers a collection of items useful to teach families and kids that exploring the outdoors is at least as fun as playing video games.
Why we love it: Created by two Eagle scouts to share their love of the outdoors, boxes are themed to introduce skills including backpacking, camp cooking, emergency prep, outdoor tech and fitness, in curated selections that are both practical and inspirational.
Cost: $38 per monthly box
What you get: From four to eight bags of beef jerky sourced from across the U.S.
Why we love it: There's always a surprise flavor or two in this collection, such as lime-infused or hickory-smoked recipes. Your giftee will appreciate that it's also a great snack to take on hikes or in the car.
Cost: Starting at $16 for two bags per month, to eight bags for $59 per month.
What you get: A specially curated box of barbecue sauces, spice rubs, wood chips, a "chef's choice" special tool or accessory and recipes.
Why we love it: There's something about a man and his grill, the special relationship between the height of the flames, whether to turn the meat or not, how charred the ribs should get. Now turn his obsession up to 11 with these special additions that he can endlessly debate the other guys at the barbecue about (and psst, the other guys will want Grill Masters Club boxes of their own).
Cost: Subscriptions cost from $35 per month, and you can order non-renewable gift boxes as well.
What you get: A new pair of socks every month
Why we love it: Sock shopping is one of the less exciting sartorial duties out there, and this subscription brings a fresh pair to your door monthly. Plus you will smile at the novelty graphics, such as dancing bacon slices or an "I voted!" button design. Also, if your sockee is a bit more subdued, taste-wise, there are dignified and traditional patterns.
Cost: All this convenience and wit for $13 per month.
What you get: A box of something tailored around a theme that's made up of small, useful items created by small makers
Why we love it: These items are what you'd see on the life accessories table of a men's hipster boutique, from a set of manscaping tools to a lightweight pocketknife or a bird call for his next hike.
Cost: $45 per shipment, with no obligation to keep the items or subscription commitment
What you get: A set of seasonally selected cocktail mixers and four recipes for making 12 cocktails, all using one liquor or spirit that you provide
Why we love it: The recipes are created by top bartenders who are crafting today's most flavor-forward drinks, and there are recipe cards and online tutorials for subscribers who are newer to the cocktail game. For example, did they know that scotch whiskey is great in summer, not just cooler weather? Or that mezcal is the best backbone for fall adult beverages around Halloween-time?
Cost: $40 to $50 monthly, no commitment
What you get: One to three bottles per month
Why we love it: Get the best artisanal hot sauce, curated by the experts at Heat Hot Sauce Shop (yes, that’s a real store in California) delivered right to your door. Pick a spice level—mild, classic or extra hot—and turn up the heat on your next spread. The only thing missing is the actual food.
Cost: You pay $15 for bottle a month.
What you get: Two or three items
Why we love it: This is just the thing to help men expand their style—without a fight or ending up with a pair of ill-fitting chinos. Expect Menlo Club boxes to come packed with clothing, footwear or athleisure from the brand’s in-house men’s labels. Eight months per year he’ll receive clothing-only boxes, while the other four months will be split between shoes and activewear. A yearly shipment calendar is sent to customers at the beginning of their membership, so he’ll know what to expect each month.
Cost: Gift memberships are available in three-month ($153), six-month ($270) and 12-month ($468) memberships.
What you get: Six ounces of whole bean coffee (about a one-week supply for one or two coffee drinkers)
Why we love it: Choose from single origin, blends, espresso or decaf, all sourced by hand from sustainable farms and delivered every one to four weeks (the cadence can be changed anytime). All of Blue Bottle’s coffee is hand-roasted to order in small batches and shipped within 48 hours. That means the morning brew will never be bitter and will always taste like it’s fresh from the coffee shop.
Cost: Gift Subscriptions are available for $78 (six shipments of coffee every two weeks), $156 (12 shipments of coffee for every two weeks) or a create-your-own option that allows you to choose the coffee you want to send, as often as you like, in $26 shipments.
What you get: Six to ten items
Why we love it: As a subscription box that sits under the Nordstrom umbrella, Trunk Club gives men (and women) access to the store’s massive inventory, but professional stylists do all the heavy lifting (i.e., the time-consuming process of browsing). Prestige labels like Patagonia, Theory and Vince are among the selection, so there's a level of taste to count on. Expect to give final approval on all items—and request swaps—before each box ships. Plus, if an item rips or breaks, Nordstrom’s A+ customer service will take care of it. Hello, stress-free shopping!
Cost: While not technically a subscription service because there's no recurring commitment to receive ongoing boxes, this service has the best part of the subscription service model in that it allows your giftee to send back any items they don't want. Gift givers can use gift cards to pay for $50 to $500 of items.
What you get: A shipment of soap, deodorant, shampoo, toothpastes (morning and night flavors) and other grooming products
Why we love it: The scents of the brand's signature soaps (such as woodsy pine tar and refreshing spearmint basil), the playful packaging and the range of products will please even lads who haven't really gotten into the swing of a good grooming routine yet want to really feel clean and invigorated.
Cost: Customizable bundles are delivered every three months, starting at $36 for six soaps
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