Five Four Club Subscription Review + Coupon – July 2017
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 style profile is “T-Shirt and jeans.”
I’ve been subscribing March 2013 and in general, I’m very happy with the quality of the clothing and the value – especially the t-shirts. (We’ve found the sizing to be similar to American Eagle’s sizing if that helps!)
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The Subscription Box: Five Four Club
The Cost: $60 a month (includes free shipping)
OR – For a limited time, use coupon code DBLSUMMER to get twice the amount of clothing ($240 value) on your first month (monthly membership fee is $60).
The Products: Men’s Clothing customized to your profile valued at over $100
Ships to: US and Canada ($25 surcharge for Canadian orders)
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This month – they started experimenting with a fantastic option. Select members had the option to choose their own package – I happily obliged! With this option, I was given $75 in store credit to choose anything I wanted from their catalog for my July package. I ended up going over by about $1 and some change – so it’s pretty decent representation of what you could get from the store with this option.
Pacheco 5-Pack Socks
I get a lot of sock subscription boxes, and everyone that works with me is probably sick of hearing this, but, they don’t send enough no-show/low cut socks during the summer! So, naturally, the first section I browsed to was the socks!
These are thin and comfortable – basically exactly what you want in a no show sock!
In the summer, I’m almost always wearing a tee – so this was a good chance to guarantee that I’ll be stocking up my tee catalog.
This is a multi-color gray shirt – and that’s as fancy as it gets. It’s the first thing I’ve tried, and I’ve yet to take it off because it is just too darn comfortable! I highly recommend this one!
Chris Paul Deacon Tee
As much as I love t-shirts in the summer, I can’t help but miss my hoodie! So, really just out of pure curiosity, I had to try this hoodie t-shirt!
The material is a bit thicker but really breathable, still perfect for warm weather. The pocket is the same material – it’s the same as a long-sleeve t-shirt hoodie if you’re trying to imagine it. I like this one, but I might delegate it to “around the house” wear.
Robert Geller Lowman Tee
In my opinion, Five Four has some of the comfiest graphic tees, and since I was given the opportunity, I had to get at least one.
This is just a basic graphic tee that sports the company name. I just liked the look of it, really. Again – very comfortable. I was always thrilled to get one in past subscription packages.
New Republic Bolton Braided Belt
I had been using the same type of belt from Five Four Club for about 3 years now, in fact, I’m wearing it today, so I felt it was time to double my inventory.
This is really basic, and that’s why I chose it. It’s elastic, and can stretch and hold nicely – just thread the buckle through anywhere on the belt to choose your spot.
Verdict: It’s my hope that Five Four moves to this formula entirely – I’d love to have the option to choose or let it be a mystery. It works out for both sides, too – I was will to go over my $75 allotted budget to get more stuff since it’s free shipping, but I also knew that I was guaranteed to absolutely love my monthly package and ensure that the items were appropriate for the weather in my area of the world – It really is a win-win. Since I was able to fully curate this – I loved everything – I can’t say enough!
What do you think of Five Four Club? Did you curate your own package?