Hiker Crate is a monthly subscription box for outdoor enthusiasts such as hikers, backpackers, and campers. Each month you get to receive a box which contains outdoor related items – ranging from food/snack items, apparel, as well as products & gear you can use while your venturing outside.
It is a great way to get introduced to new brands, and try new products!
How Does Hiker Crate Work?
Each Hiker Crate is $39.99/month (shipping not yet included), and with this you’ll receive about 5-8 different items each month. The subscription service automatically bills you every 28th of the month, however if you decide to discontinue, you can always cancel at least 5 days before the next billing date. For more info, check out Hiker Crate’s FAQ page.
Davis, the founder of Hiker Crate, was kind enough to let us check out their service by sending us their Launch Box. Here’s a peek into what items I received.
What’s Inside The Box?
SKOUT TRAIL BAR
These are gluten free and organic trail bars that are nutrient-rich, and a great source of fuel for hikers and backpackers. This specific bar contains almonds, dates, oats, and blueberries – all with numerous health benefits!
THAT’S IT BAR
These bars are made of fruits, and that’s it! One thing I love about fruit bars is that it satisfies my sweet cravings, without worrying about artificial sugar. These bars are made of 100% fruit!
CONUNDRUM TRAIL MIX
Conundrum Trail Mix has a great mix of nuts and dried berries, and it will surely keep your energy up during hikes. I love a good trail mix!
Noka Organics are made with organic whole fruits, vegetables, and superfoods, all made drinkable. Think of it as organic smoothies to go!
EAST RIM BOTTLE
These stainless steel bottles are necessary items to bring during outdoor trips, because they keep your beverage hot or cold, for long periods of time.
TRAILTOPIA CHICKEN PESTO
Trailtopia is known for nutritious and convenient camp meals, and they have meals for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even desserts! This is great for backpacking or camping trips where you want to pack light but still want to bring heavy meals for when you get hungry. All you have to do is add hot water.
Overall, I think Hiker Crate is a pretty good deal, especially if you like trying out new snacks and gear. It will definitely be beneficial to those who hike and camp a lot, and everything inside the box will surely be useful for your adventures. This also makes a great gift for your family or friends who are outdoor enthusiasts!
I personally love discovering new brands and finding new favorites, so I enjoyed this subscription box service.
Be sure to use my code ‘SASSY‘ to get $5 OFF your Hiker Crate!
Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, however Hiker Crate provided a complimentary box for review. All opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.