Basic Man/Basic Woman Subscription Review 12/2020

Basic Man Subscription December 2020

Basic Man and Basic Woman are monthly underwear subscription boxes that can come in handy for keeping your guy or girl supplied in a few basic necessities like the December 2020 box with T-shirt, socks and briefs or panties. If you’re still debating on what to buy as a last minute gift, then a Basic Man/Basic Woman subscription like what was sent for this review is a thoughtful one with quality underwear that won’t just sit in a drawer.

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The price of a Basic Man or Basic Woman subscription is $24.99 per month for a pair of briefs or panty, socks and T-shirt or top. This includes free USA shipping. Of course, the amount drops to $19.99 per month with free USA shipping if you pay for the entire year at once. The company also offers worldwide shipping at various prices depending on location.

The Basic Man/Basic Woman subscription comes in a poly mailer bag so you don’t have to worry about a wet cardboard box or mailer. Inside, you also get another layer of protection with each item wrapped in its own plastic, which is also nice.

Basic Woman Subscription December 2020

Something else that is interesting about both of these underwear subscription boxes is that they are manufactured with an indicator inside. Once that label begins to fade, it is your signal that those undies should be replaced.

To give you a better idea of what you may expect, let me fill you in further on the trio of underwear from Basic Man/Basic Woman subscription for December 2020 and this review.

The Basic Man box brought a gray T-shirt for this month that is 60% combed cotton, and 40% REPREVE recycled polyester for December 2020. In addition, the month has maroon boxer briefs with gray trim and crotch that were 95% bamboo viscose and 5% elastane along with great gray socks with a small paisley maroon design. They were 80% combed cotton, 12% REPREVE recycled polyster, 5% polyester, and 2% spandex.

On that same note, the Basic Woman subscription for this month contained a black pantry that is 95% bamboo viscose and 11% spandex. For socks, I found a pair that were black with colored speckled dots made of 75% bamboo, 19% polyester, 3% rubber, and 3% spandex. I also received a black crop top pf 95% bamboo viscose and 5% elastane. To tell the truth, I never owned a crop top before. However, it was comfortable.

If you are curious about the contents of the Basic Man/Basic Woman subscription for last month, I linked the review for you here for you as well.

Anyone wanting to beef up their underwear supply or add to their lingerie drawer would appreciate the Basic Man/Basic Woman subscription such as what I observed through this review once you experienced it firsthand. Visit the company’s website on Cratejoy and see for yourself. My opinion is that you will like it!


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