Cairn Box Review

We were given a 3-month Cairn box subscription to review.

For those of you new to Cairn, it's an outdoors inspired subscription box service that sends you monthly goods. 




You subscribe for $25 monthly and receive outdoor goodies, up to $35 + retail value in each box. You never know what you might get, so it's a surprise every time your box arrives!

They also have a Rolls Royce of subscription boxes, you can opt to get "The Obsidian Box" which includes, $300 + retail value in each box, 6-10 premium outdoor product, only limited quantities are available!

Check out the Cairn box subscription options.



You'll receive 1 curated box each month to inspire you for your next outdoor adventure. Some of the items we received in our boxes included a bandana and collapsible water bottle - perfect for short local hikes. Mini tongs and salt and pepper holder- perfect for camping and backpacking. Samples of energy chews, bars, and electrolytes. In short, you get to discover 4 to 5 new brands and products monthly!



After you receive your box you become a member of their community! You get to give your opinions on products, which help impact the direction of the outdoor industry.



You accumulate points for each contribution, after a certain amount of review and point are earned, you can reward your friends or yourself with a free box!


Our opinion: We liked the element of surprise and excitement when our boxes arrived. We definitely enjoyed using some of the products, but best of all we get to share these treats with you! Some of the items have been given out at our pop-up hikes! So thank you Cairn for the cool gifts and helping us to keep our community inspired.

*Some of the links in the post above are affiliate links which helps us to keep the 52 Hike Challenge going. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we believe will add value to our readers. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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