Vintage Boost Review


Old School is a well known brand name and Vintage Boost has some quality ingredients but the inclusion of unproven over-hyped elements and high costs hurt it’s overall rating.

  • FDA Registered Facility – Unknown
  • GMP Certified – Yes
  • Made in USA – Yes
  • Crucial Minerals – Yes
  • Crucial Vitamins – Yes
  • Herbal Support – Yes
  • Full Transparency – Yes

What we like about Vintage Boost

⇒ Vitamin and Mineral Support

Vitamins: D3, B6

Trace Minerals: Magnesium, Zinc

⇒ Herbal Support

There is only one herb in the supplement we feel belongs but it comes in a good dosage.

Herb: Maca Root

⇒ Fully Transparent

Vintage Boost is fully transparent with their product. You know exactly what you are getting as they do not hide anything behind a “proprietary blend”.

⇒ Strong Dosages

Even though we do not like many of the ingredients in Vintage Boost, nobody can accuse them of trying to be cheap on the amounts provided.

What we don’t like

⇒ High Cost For a Small Supply

Vintage Boost is one of the more costly products on the market and you only get a 21 day supply in each bottle.

Vintage Boost Supplement Facts

⇒ Some Unproven Over-Hyped Ingredients

D-Aspartic Acid – Case studies are often misrepresented by supplement companies and those touting D-Aspartic Acid are most certainly playing with smoke and mirrors.

In human studies, D-Aspartic Acid has been shown to boost testosterone in infertile men within the first 6 – 12 days. However, after just 1 month, their testosterone levels decreased back to baseline.

In other words, unless you are an infertile man and looking for a very temporary boost, it’s probably not going to do much for you.

Tribulus Fruit Extract – We have yet to read a legitimate scientific case study done on humans since 1985 which showed tribulus increases testosterone.

⇒ Powdered Shilajit Extract

Don’t get me wrong, I like shilajit and even cycle it into my own supplement mix. It provides one of the most concentrated forms of minerals and phytonutrients on the planet

However, I take a pure Himalayan shilajit resin and not a powdered extract.

Resin is the pure form of shilajit and is very expensive. A small 10 gram jar of verified, high quality, pure shilajit costs around $60.

Powdered forms are often cut with fulvic acid which decreases the potency while at the same time allows the manufacturer to make claims of higher fulvic acid content. Often times manufacturers will add inexpensive fillers to their shilajit to lower production costs too.

In resin form, you take just a small pea size drop of shilajit daily.

Most supplement companies using PrimaVie powered shilajit extract recommend taking 250 mg daily or more.

There is only 50 mg in Vintage Boost however, which adds a lot to the cost and looks great for marketing to consumers who do not do their research but probably doesn’t do much for your health.


Old School is a well known and reputable supplement brand. Their testosterone booster, Vintage Boost has some quality ingredients and makes a noble attempt at being different by adding shilajit to the list.

However, shilajit should be taken in resin form, not powdered and we question whether there is enough of it in Vintage Boost to do any good. You’re also paying a premium for unproven ingredients in Tribulus and D-Aspartic Acid.

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Robert Clark aka "The Troglodyte" is a 39 year old father of 3, Author, Fitness Trainer, Nutritional Researcher, Obstacle Course Racer, Avid Trail Runner and CrossFit Warrior. He is dedicated to helping others achieve their fitness goals. His extensive work in the field of natural testosterone elevation, inspired the creation of Alpha Wolf Nutrition where he serves as the Lead Product Researcher.