Men's Journal Magazine | 7/2014 Cover Pin It

Men's Journal Magazine - Save 68% off the cover price!

1 Year 12 Issues for $14.95
Best Seller
Just $1.25 Per Issue! You Save $32.45 (68%) OFF the cover price!
2 Years 24 Issues for $29.90
See Offer Details Best Seller
You Save $64.90 (68%) OFF the cover price!
Print Your GiftCard for your Gift Subscription
See More Related Titles In:
Quick Facts:
  • Publisher: Wenner Media
  • Customer Service Number: (800) 677-6367
  • Universal Magazine Code (UMC): 211
  • Magazine-Agent.com Sales Rank: 264
  • Website: Men's Journal

Men's Journal Magazine

If you're an active guy who works hard, plays hard, stays in shape and rewards himself with great toys and trips, this magazine is your ideal playtime resource. Geared toward the modern, adventurous man who's into health, fitness, sports and travel, Men's Journal will appeal to those who enjoy their leisure time and want to get the most out of it.

Customers who bought Men's Journal also bought:

Runner's World
Runner's World 12 Issues: $20.00 Save 66% Subscribe Now
Outside
Outside 12 Issues: $24.00 Save 66% Subscribe Now
Men's Health
Men's Health 10 Issues: $24.94 Save 50% Subscribe Now
Muscle & Fitness
Muscle & Fitness 12 Issues: $22.97 Save 72% Subscribe Now
Flex
Flex 12 Issues: $22.97 Save 72% Subscribe Now

Reviews:

Write Your Own
Publication Rating

SHARES INSIGHT OF EVERYDAY INTREST ! - By Ricky Persad

7/31/2008

This magazine covers areas that you wouldn't expect , It educates you as well . Life is not only about the fine things but of reality and how things happens. I'am new to mens journal and I never expected it to be so much of my intrest, I think the journalist and others who took part in this magazine did a great job.

Publication Rating

Qoute of the year - By Capt. Bligh in Rhode Island

10/21/2007

Steve Nash's comment "celebrity is to keep boring people from their nothingness" is awsome. It goes right along with another saying I found online one day "Great people discuss ideas, average people discuss events, ignorant people discuss people." How about profiling the everyday hard working guy next door. He may not be trying to lead an NBA team to a Championship, but I bet he's got an interesting story to tell. Thanks for writing such a great magazine.

Whale