The adidas Avenue A subscription box is a quarterly box that I’ve received twice now and absolutely love! It’s a little on the pricey side for subscription boxes at $150, but it’t the only one I receive that includes clothes and shoes. I totally think it’s worth the price. Plus, the box includes items that I would not normally try for myself which helps expand my fitness clothing horizons!
This season’s box was curated by Morgan Brian who is a member of the US women’s national soccer team.
Fit Smart – Fit Smart is a fitness watch that measures steps, heart rate and includes training plans in the watch. It measures time and distance for my runs and calculates your daily calorie usage. I love being able to see how active or not active I have been through out the day. It’s definitely a motivator on my lazy stay-at -home days and it’s crazy to see how many steps I take during a busy shift at work! The watch is a little bulky on my wrist, but it doesn’t bother me at all. I like the white, but it appears that you can purchase it in black too. It pairs easily with my iPhone and the adidas Train and Run app. I’m definitely impressed with this fitness tracker. $130
Edge Lux Bounce Running Shoe – I still love and wear my Pure Boost X shoes from my last box, but I was thrilled to get these Edge Lux Bounce running shoes. I would never have given these shoes a second look in the store, mostly due to the color and the wide laces, just not my typical style. But I am so glad to have received them in this box. They are very comfortable and look great on. I’ve been running mostly on a treadmill this summer, due to the heat, so I’m curious to see how they feel on the road. But I would definitely get these shoes again. $85
M10 Woven Short – Okay, so these are short, at least on my 5’10” frame. I usually run or work out in work-out leggings or tights so these are a little out of my comfort zone. They are very comfortable and are made with Climalite fabric that wicks the sweat off your skin. Like I said trying new things. I did a 21 Day Fix workout in these and they worked quite well. Maybe one day I’ll be brave enough to run in them. $32
Supernova Tank – This running tank is made of a very thin climalite material that keeps you dry during the sweatiest of workouts. It’s comfortable and fits very well. I definitely like it $40
Adilette Ultra Slide – So these slides are another item that I would never have bought on my own. I’ve always thought slides were kind of silly looking, yet completely practical for soccer players to wear after taking off their cleats. But these one’s are cushioned with a Cloudfoam material that is so plush and cushy that I can’t stop wearing them. Yep, I’ve gotten the most use of of these, more than anything else in the box, save the FitSmart watch (which I wear all the time.) Nothing better than walking on clouds! $35
This headband was a total bonus item, and not listed on the package insert! It fits well and has cute knots in the back. It’s perfect for keeping my wispy hair out of my face during my workout.
Overall, I’m super happy with the adidas Avenue A subscription box. You can’t beat getting over $300 worth of product for $150, plus knowing that you’ll use every item. I think I’m going to change my sizes from a medium to a large for the rest of the pregnancy so I can still wear the clothes. I realized that last week when I put on the sports bra from the last box. Um wow. Changing sizes is easy to do, just a couple clicks on some boxes. The best part is that if I change the sizes and they just don’t work, exchanges are super easy as well.