Disclosure: I was provided with a box for review. All opinions are my own.
Our world currently revolves around baseball (and softball). Day in and day out we have practice, games, batting & pitching training, and on our days off, some kind of conditioning. Living in Florida, this is a year round sport. If you follow me on any social media outlet, you’re well aware that I live at the fields!
During the year we purchase new gloves, bats, and pants as needed. When it comes to the holidays or even birthdays, I am out of ideas since they always have the necessities. Until now! Platecrate is a subscription based monthly box of baseball goodies. You pay just under $30 a month (plus shipping) and get over $50 of value shipped. My favorite part is how UNIQUE the items inside are. These are things I never would have even thought of buying, some I didn’t even know existed!
Each month you will receive new unique items:
You can choose to pay by month or you can save money by purchasing a subscription of 3 months, 6 months, or 12 months and paying ahead.
We received all of the above this month. We will put it all to good use.
This was my favorite. We live in Florida. That means sun and sweat. (See pic above with his wet head!) My son is forever wiping sweat from his forehead and eyes. This is a lifesaver. For him and me..it actually helped with the stinky sweat smell.
This is another item I never knew existed, but now I’m glad we have it. My daughter actually snagged 2 of these for her glove too. These will tighten baseball and softball gloves by keeping the little thumb and finger laces tight instead of tying knots that seem to always come undone!
We love trying new snacks at baseball games. The same old seeds and chewing gum can get pretty old. These raspberry licorice packs were delicious. Yes, he shared with his mom.
This was my sons favorite. He is working hard with his trainer to build muscle in his back, legs, and upper body. These are perfect bands for training. He already packed this in his bag for Thursday’s training session. Looking forward to some more homeruns with all this strength training.
Extras are great too. These stickers were already put on his school notebooks and the extra hat is in his bat bag for practice.
Want to get your very own box of unique baseball items for your kids? Head on over to PlateCrate.com and check out all the boxes they currently have available.