20 Best Subscription Boxes for Men That Every Guy in Your Life Will Enjoy
From coffee beans and murder mysteries to cologne and beer deliveries, these subscription boxes for men are sure to satisfy every interest
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Favorite subscription boxes for men
Not all men are alike, so why should subscription boxes for men be identical? Some men are tech aficionados, some live for pickleball. Some men are dedicated plant dads (hello, plant subscription boxes), while others can’t wait to test out their grilling skills or showcase their knowledge as amateur sommeliers. That’s why subscription boxes are so fun—and make the best gifts for men. Not only are they convenient (just choose the frequency and the products you’d like delivered), they’re also extremely personalized. The best subscription services offer style or preference quizzes, so your vegan husband won’t find wagyu steak in his box and your yoga-loving best friend can count on Zen-like items rather than noisy ones.
There are subscription boxes for every interest and hobby out there. There are even clothing rental services that make great gifts for boyfriends, gifts for husbands or gifts for dads. If you’d like to surprise someone with an unexpected gift or just want to treat yourself to convenient cologne, clothing or wine deliveries, consider these top picks for the best subscription boxes for men.
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Best for the sharp dresser: Stitch Fix
Cost: Starts at $20
Most people know about Stitch Fix for women, but did you know there’s a men’s subscription box as well? Anyone ready to discover new styles simply takes a style quiz. After that, stylists will choose pieces that best reflect your style, and each month, you’ll receive a box of clothing. The $20 stylist’s fee will be applied to anything you end up buying.
While you won’t find high-end fashion in these boxes, you will find a variety of products, including outerwear, footwear, office and casualwear, and men’s pajamas, as well as tried-and-true brands, such as Bonobos, Faherty, Barbour and Tommy Bahama.
Featured in the box: Denim, shoes, sweaters, outerwear
- Someone else does the shopping for you
- You’ll never have to refresh your closet by yourself again
- $20 styling fee
- Packing up and sending back things you don’t want is a bit of a pain
Best for the corporate guy: Twillory
Cost: Button-down shirts start at $99
While Twillory is best known for its shirts, the menswear company also sells a robust variety of clothing favorites, including blazers, pants, underwear and socks. And while it’s not a true clothing subscription box with repeat deliveries, the cost-effectiveness comes when you purchase multiples. For example, buy one non-iron, moisture-wicking button-down for $99, two for $158, three for $209 and four for $65 each.
The website can be a bit complicated to navigate, but once you do, you’ll find high-rated shirt collections able to be replenished as you need them. Most reviewers rave about the comfort and performance factor of their button-down shirts. Also, they’re not necessarily meant to be tucked in, so they have a nice stretch to them and can be a bit more forgiving as well.
Featured in the box: Button downs, polo shirts, performance tees, blazers
- Comfortable shirts, even for work and events
- Flattering to most body types
- Performance, business-casual and more formal options
- Buy more, save more
- The website can be complicated
- No subscription offered
Best for the gadget hound: Cratejoy Club Tech Gadget Box
Cost: Starts at $44
For the tech enthusiast who loves giving and receiving the best tech gifts, this monthly subscription box includes three gadgets (one main tech gadget and two mini tech gadgets). While Cratejoy‘s Gadget Box isn’t strictly for men, it does make a great birthday or anniversary gift and includes everything from drones and gaming devices to tech wearables and wireless essentials—maybe even a retro tech gadget worth a lot of money. Different plans are also available, so you can buy a box for one month only or each month for a year.
Featured in the box: Gaming devices, portable chargers, speakers, wearable tech, drones
- Receive unexpected and fun gadgets on a monthly basis
- Choose how often you receive a box
- The mini gadgets can be hit or miss
- Even if you love tech, you might not love everything included
Best for the coffee lover: Bean Box
Cost: Starts at $20
You’ve already gotten your favorite java junkie the best gifts for coffee lovers, including all the mugs and machines on the market. So how about a coffee subscription box? Bean Box subscriptions allow you to choose between ground coffee or actual coffee beans, choose the ideal tasting experience (light and bright? curator’s choice?) and choose the amount and frequency of your coffee delivery. Each bag of coffee brews 24 to 36 cups and can be delivered every month, every two weeks or every week.
Featured in the box: One or two 12-ounce bags of ground or whole-bean coffee
- If you’re not sure which option to choose, you can ask a Bean Box expert to help
- You can customize even the amount of coffee you choose and how often
- If you love extensive offerings, you might not find them here
Best for the epicurean: Bespoke Post
Cost: Starts at $49
We all know someone who wants the finer (or quirkier) things in life. One of the more fun subscription boxes for men is Bespoke Post, which offers a variety of products every month that you might not find elsewhere. Every month, you’ll receive an email with details about what’s inside your shipment. From there, you can customize, switch or even skip the month’s box. You can also go beyond the monthly subscription and purchase a variety of products from their e-commerce store, including kitchen essentials (knives, cutting boards, collections of fine sauces, and sweet and savory spreads), outdoor gear, home decor and more.
Featured in the box: Weekender bag, waffle-knit tee, joggers, cozy slippers, miniature indoor fireplace, dopp kit
- You’ll find some incredibly unique options
- If you don’t love the idea of a subscription box, you can choose a collection
- You might not be able to replenish what you love when selections sell out
- Prices could be high
Best for the true-crime fan: Hunt a Killer
Cost: Starts at $40
Need a good scare? Love mystery books and podcasts? Consider yourself an amateur detective? This men’s subscription box is not for the fainthearted. Providing a whole lot of shivers, the Hunt a Killer subscription box is an immersive murder-mystery game with a case told over the course of six months (or six subscription boxes). You can dig into suspects, autopsy reports, statements, timelines and consider what gruesome details the police might have missed, catching a killer at the end.
Featured in the box: An objective card, evidence, clues and more
- A creative way to enjoy a good brain twist
- Other premium games and box sets are offered separately
- Six-episode games mean you need to pay for all six boxes
- Once you’ve solved the mystery, it’s over
Best for the label lover: Scentbird
Cost: Starts at $17/month
For the guy who loves to smell great, Scentbird‘s cologne subscriptions are a no-brainer. This monthly subscription box for men takes all the guesswork out of the cologne-buying experience. Choose from brand-name and lesser-known labels, and every month you’ll receive a 0.27-ounce vial of your chosen cologne. The bottle holds roughly 120 sprays, which is about a month’s worth of cologne.
Featured in the box: Luxury brands, such as Tocca, Marc Jacobs, Versace, Tom Ford and more
- Never run out of your favorite scent
- Travel- and TSA-friendly sizes
- Cancel anytime; flexible plans
- The vial is small
Best for the tea drinker: iLola
Cost: Starts at $30
Avid tea drinkers should know about iLola. Unlike traditional teas, iLola uses a tea disk (loose-leaf tea compounded into a simple-to-use disc) invented by Su-Mari Hill, one half of the husband-and-wife team behind the brand. This eliminates the use of tea bags and any potentially toxic microplastics. Choose your tea disc flavors, delivery frequency and build your own bundle.
Featured in the box: Choose between a five pack and a two pack (each pack includes 14 tea discs)
- Less waste
- Discs are held within a probiotic-infused, cellulose binding
- There’s a learning curve if you’re not used to using a tea infuser
- One new disc for every cup of tea
Best for the home chef: Savory Spice
For the cook in the house looking to spice things up (or supplement his meal subscription services), this is a fantastic subscription service. The Seasons of Spice subscription boxes pack chef-curated spice collections in a gift box. The spices are curated seasonally, so the tastes will match what you’re cooking throughout the year.
Featured in the box: Spices, recipes and a bonus or two; subscribers will receive four boxes over the course of a year, and boxes ship free quarterly
- Spices included are enough for a family
- Cooking for one? There’s a scaled-down version called the Sous Chef Subscription
- Boxes are only sent on a quarterly basis
- It can be pricey
Best for skin gurus: KaramMD Trifecta
Cost: Starts at $234
Concerned with crow’s feet, wrinkles, rosacea or dry, aging skin? This comprehensive skin-care trio was formulated by Dr. Amir Karam, a noted facial plastic surgeon. The Trifecta is a three-step system that includes a cleanser, a vitamin C serum and a moisturizer, all with clinically proven, active ingredients (retinol, niacinamide, vitamin C) to treat problem areas. It comes in a subscription box for men, saves you money (10%) and offers convenient delivery of your skin-care regimen.
Featured in the box: Rinse Cleanser, Quench Antioxidant Serum, Illuminate Anti-Aging Cream
- Products are formulated for maximum efficacy by a plastic surgeon
- The three-step regimen is a pretty uncomplicated way to get better skin
- You schedule the deliveries and can modify or cancel anytime
- Can be expensive
Best for hops lovers: Beer Drop
Cost: Starts at $33
Whether he’s a craft beer snob or just wants to experience new beer, Beer Drop‘s subscription service grants customers access to the best breweries across the country. Choose the beer style you love (hoppy, sour, malty, Belgian, etc.), and they will send you monthly cases of beer. You build your box and can even swap or add beers.
Featured in the box: Choose from six, eight or 10 beers each month (two from each brand) to suit your taste; you’ll have time to change the order in advance if it’s not to your taste
- Hundreds of rotating beers each month
- Get brewery recommendations
- Sample a wide variety of beers without having to buy a full pack of them
- $8 shipping charge
Best for the sommelier: Parcelle Wine
Cost: Starting at $95
Know an avid wine collector? How about someone with a lengthy wine vocabulary? Once a month, Parcelle Wine will deliver three of their sommelier-selected favorite wines of the moment. Some may be new to you, some may be familiar, but all are relatively limited, so you know you’re getting a unique selection.
Featured in the box: Choose between all red, all white or mixed, which can include red, white, rosé or sparkling; for $150 per month, upgrade to their rare and allocated selection, which is three bottles of their hardest-to-find wines (just make sure you know how to store wine properly)
- The wine notes that are included are fun and creative
- Every month has a themed collection
- Automatic renewals; cancel anytime
- Price includes shipping
- Comes out to about $30 per bottle
Best for the practical shopper: Menlo Club
Cost: $60 per month
As wardrobe refreshers go, Menlo Club is a great option to add key items to your closet on a monthly basis (hello, capsule wardrobe). Simply take a style quiz and determine your personal taste, sizing and overall profile. Then, for $60 a month, you’ll receive two or three pieces of curated apparel meant to complement your existing wardrobe and any shipments Menlo has already sent you. You’ll also receive a 25% off discount to use toward other purchases.
Featured in the box: Shoes, jackets, shirts, pants, jeans and more
- Free shipping
- Pause or cancel at any time
- Several brands under their main label
- Each box builds on the one that came before, so everything matches and works well together
- No returns (although, you can exchange)
Best for obsessive lawnies: Lawnbright
Whether he’s downloaded all the best plant-care apps or he loves the idea of lawn care but just hasn’t quite figured it out, Lawnbright is a great service that builds a custom lawn-care plan based on your location, climate, soil and lawn data. Simply take the lawn-care quiz and send in a soil sample, and Lawnbright will tell you exactly what your lawn needs. Depending on the soil test results, you’ll receive soil conditioners, fertilizers, seed and more, all of which is natural and without harsh chemicals (so you don’t have to worry about harming dogs that eat grass). Boxes ship every six to eight weeks during the growing season.
Featured in the box: Soil test kit, lawn-care products
- Each box comes with specific instructions on how and when to apply the products
- Products hook up to a hose for easy application
- Access to their team of lawn experts
- Plans automatically pause during the winter
- You’ll have to send in a soil test
- Pricing is determined by yard size and growing season
Best for the health buff: Nourished
Cost: Starts at $60
Vitamin-focused subscription boxes for men? Sign us up. These personalized nutrient gummies from Nourished are customized for your needs and shipped to you every 28 days. After a thorough quiz about your lifestyle, medical, fitness and eating habits and which goals you’d like to focus on (increasing energy, improving immunity, increasing libido, etc.), the vitamin regimen will be developed for you and delivered to your door.
Featured in the box: 28 gummies designed to be taken daily
- Innovative 3D-printed gummies
- New customers can get 50% off the first monthly box
- Those with sensitive stomachs might have issues with the sugar alternatives used
- Can be pricey
Best for the healthy snacker: Fulfil Nutrition
Replace gross protein bars with Fulfil Nutrition (available on a subscribe-and-save basis), which includes flavors like Chocolate Salted Caramel and Chocolate Peanut Butter. Subscribing means that you won’t be left without your favorite after-workout snack.
Featured in the box: 12 protein bars (or more, depending on the subscribe-and-save option you choose)
- 15 grams of protein and 1 gram of sugar per bar
- Sophisticated flavors that elevate the protein bar experience
- Sweetened with maltitol syrup, which could be tough on some stomachs
Best for the pop-culture fan: The Comic Garage
Cost: Starts at $28 per month
Can’t get enough comic books or collectibles? Have an absolute blast with the Comic Garage subscription box. Choose the frequency of each box (from one month to a full year) and receive a full box of curated comics. The Super Box contains 10 comic books, while the Ultimate Box contains 24 comic books.
Featured in the box: Signed comics, graphic novels, variant covers
- There aren’t any kitschy extras included, just comic books
- Change or cancel your subscription at any time
- Tell them your favorite character or publisher for extra personalization
- Order single boxes if you’re not ready for a subscription
- Can get expensive
Best for the well-groomed guy: Dollar Shave Club
Cost: Starts at $19
While Dollar Shave Club is still a great resource for razors, they also have loads of other products, including deodorant, shampoo, oral care and skincare for men. Tell them what you’re looking for in a shaving routine, and they’ll recommend products for you. Choose which items you’d like delivered and at what frequency (every two, three or four months), and get to trimming and shaving.
Featured in the box: Razors, shave butter, post-shave dew, face wash
- Reliable products
- The quiz is no-nonsense and fun
- The blog has a real bro vibe to it
Best for the watch-wearers: Watch Gang
Cost: Starts at $37.50
Love your Apple watch but want something a bit fancier? Watch Gang is one of the fun subscription boxes for men who want to build a watch collection. Simply sign up for the service, and every month a new watch will arrive in your mailbox. First, tell them about you (whether you’re an in-office executive, an off-road adventurer or all of the above). Then choose from three subscription plans: original tier (starts at $37.50 per box), black tier (starts at $75 per box), platinum tier (starts at $200 per box). Your brand-new watch will be shipped within three business days.
Featured in the box: Each box includes one watch that is yours to keep
- As a subscriber, you’re entered for a chance to win a high-end watch, such as Rolex and Tag Heuer, every week
- Watches are worth $150 to $1,500
- You cannot pick the watch you get each month
- No refunds or returns
Best for the gym-goer: Stance
Cost: Starts at $33
Keep your sock drawer stocked. From no-shows to crew socks, Stance seems to have it all. And because a lot of their products are geared toward fitness fans, the sock subscriptions make for a great gift or purchase for the gym-goer. Get two, three or four pairs monthly or two pairs quarterly, delivered to your door.
Featured in the box: No-show, tab, quarter or crew socks
- Cool patterns you won’t find anywhere else
- Includes shipping
- Pause, skip a shipment or cancel your plan at any time
- No discounts available