Hiker Crate – November 2016 Review & Cratejoy Giveaway!

Take a Hike! AKA My husband’s Christmas stocking is complete . . .


Hiker Crate
$35.00 per month

Save up to $5.00 per box with longer subscriptions
Shipping determined by location ($8.00 to Utah)
Save 10% with code MARKET

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Hiker Crate is a new subscription that sends all kinds of outdoor goods – from trail gear to snacks and full meals to coupons – every month.

We literally live next door to some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. (I may be slightly biased.) My husband hikes nearly every day before work, and the girls and I enjoy a good nature walk a few times a week. This box is perfect for us . . . we just need to order one for each of us!

One of the best feelings in the world is when my friends tell me one of my adventures inspired them to go on theirs. This is why I started Hiker Crate, to inspire you to explore and share your adventures . . . By subscribing I hope that you discover brands that will help fuel your energy during your hikes.
                                                                                     – Davis (Hiker Crate Founder)
East Rim Bottle – $19.99
This bottle is so cool! It keeps liquids cold for more than 24 hours (for real!) or piping hot for up to 12 hours. The double-walls and vacuum insulation must be sort of magical. Plus, these are made in Utah!
I want to buy one of these bottles for about 10 people on my Christmas list. So worth it. (If you’re not a hiker, they work just as well sitting in hot cars while you’re shopping. Just sayin’.)
That’s It Bars x 2 – $3.25
We buy these fruit bars like crazy, because they have all of two ingredients: apples and strawberries. They are perfect for a walk or for chauffeuring or for stashing in my kids’ backpacks for a quick snack.
Skout Trail Bar – $1.86
Skout bars are brand new to me, but I love that they are made of organic, vegan ingredients. Plus, it turns out, they are yummy.
Conundrum Trail Mix – $5.00
Here’s my conundrum: Should I eat this whole pack or save it for my husband’s stocking? I’m digging the packaging and name of this trail mix big time. Plus, it is made with all pronounceable ingredients (including lavender and rosemary!) in one of my favorite cities ever, Portland, OR.
Trailtopia Pesto Chicken Pasta – $8.50
My husband is currently planning a two-week backpacking trip for next Spring. This “just add water” meal will be perfect! Especially since he loves pesto and chicken.
Trailtopia also included this bonus food camping guide.
I can’t wait to share Hiker Crate with my husband – he’s going to love it! That East Rim Bottle is one of my favorite subscription finds of the year. If you’re interested in Hiker Crate for yourself or as gift, you can save 10% on your first box with code MARKET HERE.
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Giveaway time! Cratejoy is giving one lucky winner a box of their choice off their wishlist on Cratejoy.com – all you have to do is sign up for their site, make a wishlist from over thousands of boxes and enter via the widget below.

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I live in Utah with my carnivorous husband, three swell daughters, and two semi-trained dogs at the base of some of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Sometimes I write for money, but usually I just play Candy Crush.

I am a vegan, homeschooling mom who might be a tad obsessed with subscription boxes. My infatuation is evidenced by my uncanny ability to recognize the sound of my mail carrier’s truck engine. I’d like to say don’t judge me, but if I were you, I’d judge me. I love vegan/eco-friendly, literary and thoughtfully curated boxes.
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