Sunday, June 22, 2014

Jocks N Tees



We live in a world of subscription boxes. If you don’t know what those are, you are missing out big time. Subscription boxes are amazing and make life a lot easier sometimes, and sometimes they are just for fun. Jocks N Tees is  a subscription box for men. The names pretty much says it all. They do men’s undergarments. I was asked to take a look at their services.




If your husband is like a normal guy they wear items until they are far past their prime and you have to throw them out when he isn’t home. Unlike women most men have one brand and they stick to it. It’s really hard to get some men to try something different.

Jocks N Tees makes shopping for men’s undergarments so much easier. The underwear and undershirts of your choice will be delivered right to you in the quantity and how often you want. It truly is easy. Just go to their site and pick out they style and brand, then the size and how often you want them shipped. do the same if you want other items. All that is left is checking out. What’s nice is that you can cancel at any time.


This is a perfect way to do their shopping and not leave the house, and a good way to get your partner a new set of undergarments. The other really nice part is that there isn’t a set amount, you can buy any quantity you want and price range, since there are so many options.





Jocks N Tees also has an option for big & tall in case your partner is bigger. I think that is really cool of them to think of everyone, not all companies do that anymore.

Overall I think the service and the convenience is great, plus you can cancel anytime so you are not under any obligation to continue.



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1 comment:

  1. This is a great idea. Until recently, I had never heard of subscriptions boxes before other than makeup. This is all new to me but also a good way to replace undergarments.

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