Loot Wear December 2016

LVL Up has been renamed to Loot Wear.  It is a monthly subscription catering to people looking for geek clothing and accessories.  They allow you to choose between four options, socks, t-shirts, wearables, and for her.  They just introduced a new plan, Undies.  You can also select the from two bundles if you wanted more than just one choice.  Plans start from $11.99USD and while shipping is included in the US to get things here you need additional shipping fees.  I have chosen the for her option which sends out 1-2 items of apparel and accessories each month.  This month’s theme is Revolution.

20161221_174330The bag tells you rather obviously who your package is from.  It also has a quote on it from a movie. If you correctly identify it you could win.

The included card tells you all about the items from every group.  This month you had options from Guardians of The Galaxy, Invader Zim, Rick and Morty, Mr.Robot, and Marvel’s Spider-Gwen.

Spider-Gwen Zip Wallet

I’m going to be honest and admit I haven’t got the faintest idea what Spider-Gwen is.  I actually just bought myself a new wallet a few days ago but this one wouldn’t have been suitable anyways.  It opens up to two compartments with no card slots or money pouches.  I do like the metallic purple web areas though.  Maybe I can use this to hold all of my loyalty cards or something.

This month is back to being a bit of a bust. I’m having some buyers regret with this one, though a few of the  months have helped alleviate that slightly.   I’m not sure if this will now be more clothing oriented that it was but I guess we’ll find out.  I think this might be my last month and I’m not sorry at all.  It’s just not for me.  It’s neat stuff but so far nothing that has wowed me.  You can visit their site by clicking here to explore all the options.

LVL Up has been renamed to Loot Wear.  It is a monthly subscription catering to people looking for geek clothing and accessories.  They allow you to choose between four options, socks, t-shirts, wearables, and for her.  They just introduced a new plan, Undies.  You can also select the from two bundles if you wanted more than just one choice.  Plans start from $11.99USD and while shipping is included in the US to get things here you need additional shipping fees.  I have chosen the for her option which sends out 1-2 items of apparel and accessories each month.  This month’s theme is The Magical Collection.

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They ship this sub out in a bag with a quote from a movie on it.  You can win things if you let them know the movie.  The bag is bigger this month then last but anything could be inside.

They have an info card that shows all the options for they various types of wearables.

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Kingdom Hearts Icons Scarf

I have no clue what Kingdom Hearts is.  This scarf is nice and thick and I think the symbols are vague enough that I could just wear it.  It appears to be some Disney movie???

This month is back to being a bit of a bust. I’m having some buyers regret with this one, though a few of the  months have helped alleviate that slightly.   I’m not sure if this will now be more clothing oriented that it was but I guess we’ll find out.  I have a few months left in my plan so I’ll get to see.  It’s neat stuff but so far nothing that has wowed me.  You can visit their site by clicking here to explore all the options.

Loot Wear October 2016

LVL Up has been renamed to Loot Wear.  It is a monthly subscription catering to people looking for geek clothing and accessories.  They allow you to choose between four options, socks, t-shirts, wearables, and for her.  They just introduced a new plan, Undies.  You can also select the from two bundles if you wanted more than just one choice.  Plans start from $11.99USD and while shipping is included in the US to get things here you need additional shipping fees.  I have chosen the for her option which sends out 1-2 items of apparel and accessories each month.  This month’s theme is Horror.

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Each month they put a new quote on the bag and you can enter a contest if you know who it’s by.

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They send out a card with all the different options on it.

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Edward Scissorhands Raglan

I think this is a great shirt!  I’m going to have to go on the site and update my sizes though because this one is huge!  I’ll still wear it and it’s not like it’s falling off but it is bigger than I would have picked myself.

This was one of my better months from them. I’m having some buyers regret with this one, though a few of the  months have helped alleviate that slightly.   I’m not sure if this will now be more clothing oriented that it was but I guess we’ll find out.  I have a few months left in my plan so I’ll get to see.  It’s neat stuff but so far nothing that has wowed me.  You can visit their site by clicking here to explore all the options.

Loot Wear September 2016

LVL Up has been renamed to Loot Wear.  It is a monthly subscription catering to people looking for geek clothing and accessories.  They allow you to choose between four options, socks, t-shirts, wearables, and for her.  You can also select the from two bundles if you wanted more than just one choice.  Plans start from $11.99USD and while shipping is included in the US to get things here you need additional shipping fees.  I have chosen the for her option which sends out 1-2 items of apparel and accessories each month.  This month’s theme is Speed.

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They have a quote on the bag,  that if you identify and share your answer, you can be entered to win a prize pack.

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They did send a card showing the other options but it’s much smaller and to the point than the fold out ones they used to send.

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The actual item this month Transformers Arcee Sleep Shorts.  These are a very thin pair of cotton shorts that you very much should only wear in bed.  I have not seen any of the new Transformers movies so I don’t know anything about this character at all.  With winter here, thanks to a record breaking snowfall, sometimes I like to have a bit more clothes on for nighttime.

This month was just okay again for me. I’m having some buyers regret with this one, though a few of the  months have helped alleviate that slightly.   I’m not sure if this will now be more clothing oriented that it was but I guess we’ll find out.  I have a few months left in my plan so I’ll get to see.  It’s neat stuff but so far nothing that has wowed me.  You can visit their site by clicking here to explore all the options.

Loot Wear August 2016

LVL Up has been renamed to Loot Wear.  It is a monthly subscription catering to people looking for geek clothing and accessories.  They allow you to choose between four options, socks, t-shirts, wearables, and for her.  You can also select the from two bundles if you wanted more than just one choice.  Plans start from $11.99USD and while shipping is included in the US to get things here you need additional shipping fees.  I have chosen the for her option which sends out 1-2 items of apparel and accessories each month.  This month’s theme is Anti-Hero.

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They’ve changed up the bag this month.  They now have a quote on it that if you identify and share your answer you can be entered to win a prize pack.

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This was the card letting us know things have changed up a little.

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They did send a card showing the other options but it’s much smaller and to the point than the fold out ones they used to send.

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I’m not 100% certain but I believe this is a Harley Quinn skirt.  It is half black and half red with the diamond pattern on the one side.  I don’t know that this is something I’d wear.  I haven’t seen Suicide Squad but it looks like it’ll be a good movie so they completely current.

This month was just okay for me. I may just wear this around the house. I’m having some buyers regret with this one, though a few of the  months have helped alleviate that slightly.   I’m not sure if this will now be more clothing oriented that it was but I guess we’ll find out.  I have a few months left in my plan so I’ll get to see.  It’s neat stuff but so far nothing that has wowed me.  You can visit their site by clicking here to explore all the options.