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The 7 Best Subscription Boxes for Men

Every 30 days, he'll remember just how thoughtful you are.

Father’s Day rolls around once a year, and it’s your single shot at making the guy in your life — be it your husband, partner, father, or close friend — feel appreciated, loved, and like he matters. So yeah, there’s plenty of pressure on you to find that one perfect gift that encapsulates what he means to you. But instead of one and done, you could sign him up for a cool subscription box that keeps on giving. You simply pick something he’s passionate about, whether it’s steaks or beer or cocktails, and get something from that category delivered to him monthly.

Just think. He’ll be reminded every 30 days just how thoughtful and awesome you are. And every month, he gets a new surprise gift. Here are some of the best subscription boxes for men. 

Guys passionate about their yards get customized pouches based on soil, climate, and lawn, to have the lushest grass in the neighborhood. You just attach the hose to the pouch and spray it on. Most lawn plans include three shipments of nutrient pouches with two to four pouches in each shipment. The brand says its lawn nutrient products will not harm wildlife, bees, and other pollinators, which is pretty important. A one-year subscription starts at $129.

Dudes fill out a grooming profile and get a customized box delivered every month. The products, all from pretty stellar brands like Kiehl's and Jack Black, run the gamut from shaving creams to beard oils to moisturizers to shower products. If you wind up loving a product, you can buy it separately as well so you never run out.

If you're into hiking, camping, or just being in the great outdoors, get this is the subscription box for you. You complete a profile listing your outdoor activity preferences, so you get a box filled with stuff that complements your recreational interests. Items range from backpacks to insulated water bottles to hoodies to protein bars.

Pick your poison, whether it's whiskey, scotch, bourbon, gin, or tequila. And the brand does the rest. It curates bottles from small distillers and independent bottlers and each month you get a specially selected bottle, with detailed tasting notes. Cheers.

Turophiles (AKA total cheese lovers) will dig this box, from one of the most famous cheesemongers in the country. Every month, you get 3-4 unique cheeses hand-selected by experts; the fromage runs the gamut from cheddar to triple cream to goat cheese to washed rinds. Each box includes a guide to the cheeses included, along with descriptions of origin and flavor, and suggested wine pairings.

Carnivores, rejoice: You can now get prime, glorious steaks and other primo cuts delivered monthly. You choose the frequency, and what types of meats you prefer. A typical box might include chops, filets, ground beef, ground pork, or bacon. All the meat is sourced directly from small family farms close to the brand's facility in Kentucky. All of the beef is 100 percent pasture raised.

No more watery, cheap brew. Each month, you get an assortment of hoppy beers from two or more breweries, along with tasting notes, beer and brewery profiles, and recommended food pairings. Each box includes a dozen beers, such as IPAs, double IPAs, and hoppy pale and red ales.

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