Five Four Club Subscription Review & Coupon – May 2015
Five Four Club is a monthly men’s clothing subscription service. You take a brief survey when you sign up (sizes and style preferences), and then each month they send you on average 2-3 new clothing pieces or accessories. For reference, my husband’s style profile is “T-Shirt and jeans.”
My husband has been subscribing for over a year now and in general, is very happy with the quality of the clothing and the value. (We’ve found the sizing to be similar to American Eagle’s sizing if that helps!)
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription Box: Five Four Club
The Cost: $60 a month (includes free shipping)
COUPON: Save $30 off your first month with coupon code RT30OFF
The Products: The Products: Men’s Clothing customized to your profile valued at over $100
Ships to: US and Canada ($25 surcharge for Canadian orders)
Five Four Tee – Retail Value $32
This tee is a lightweight 100% Cotton tee. (On the back side it says “Four.”). I like the colors and the branding doesn’t bother me (usually I’m not a fan shirts with big logos, brand names, etc. on them, but this works for me).
Grey Henley Tee – Retail Value $40
(60% Cotton, 40% Polyester)
This top is another win for my husband. The fabric is soft and almost like a thin sweatshirt material. Plus he loves henleys but seems to only have long sleeve versions, so this is a nice addition to his wardrobe.
Black Zip Up Shirt – Retail Value $70
(97% Cotton, 3% Spandex)
At first when I saw this in the package I thought it was a lightweight jacket. But no – it is a dress shirt with a zipper instead of buttons. This feels a little too fashion-forward for my husband’s “T-Shirt and jeans” style profile. I don’t think he’ll ever wear this.
Verdict: This is the first Five Four Club mailing in a while where we’ve received an item that didn’t seem like a good style fit, so I’m still happy with this subscription. You can only return items for sizing issues, so it is a risk to keep in mind.
What do you think of Five Four Club?