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Menlo Club Subscription Review + Coupon – December 2017

Eric Cadman
ByEric CadmanApr 20, 2018 | 3 comments

Menlo Club
3.6 overall rating
8 Ratings | 10 Reviews

Menlo Club (formerly 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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About Menlo Club

The Subscription Box: Menlo Club (formerly Five Four Club)

The Cost: $60 a month (includes free shipping)

There are 3 limited time deals happening as well:

  • For a limited time, use coupon code FFHOLIDAY to get your first package for $19.99!
  • For a limited time, use coupon code MENLOSHADES to get 50% off with a bonus pair of shades ($75 value)!
  • Or, use coupon code 30PUGHGIANTS to get 50% off each of your first two months – Get two months of clothing for $60!

The Products: Men’s Clothing customized to your profile valued at over $100

Ships to: US and Canada ($25 surcharge for Canadian orders)

Check out all of my Five Four Club reviews to get more information on this subscription. Check out all of our Men's Clothing Subscriptions in the Subscription Box List. Rate, review, and follow this subscription on the Five Four Club profile page.

December 2017 Menlo Club Review

For $60 a month, you'll receive a few items of clothing based on your profile - this can range from shoes to socks to dress shirts. This month, I received two pairs of socks and a windbreaker.

As noted above, Five Four Club has now rebranded to Menlo Club - along with a few changes starting with the January shipment. Subscribers can expect footwear from New Republic twice a year, items from Grand AC twice a year, and items from Five Four Club the remainder of shipments. So, it's not too different, but they're introducing a few new lines.

Five Four Windbreaker

My big item of the month is a Five Four windbreaker.

I was a bit skeptical about a windbreaker in winter - but this has some nice insulation - I plan on wearing it under a vest in the cold weather.

The construction is nice, with matte black finishes on zipper pulls.


Overall - I was surprised by how much I like it!

New Republic Socks

This was my first taste of the new brand that was mentioned on the update card - New Republic.

The socks are on the thicker side - perfect for the cold weather - while still being really soft with the 90% combed cotton construction. I've worn both pairs out in the single to negative digit weather recently and stayed warm.

The only knock I have on them is that the elastic isn't very strong at the calf - they fell down my leg time after time.

Verdict: I ended up wearing and liking all 3 items in this month's delivery - but I'm sure that a windbreaker won't suit all subscribers living in this cold weather. I'm curious about the changes coming to this subscription - and am more excited than anything else - after about 5 years of subscribing, it's nice to see some changes!

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? All Menlo Club deliveries are based on your profile, so you're not guaranteed to get the same delivery as me.

  • Save $40 off your first box with coupon code RE32876.
  • For a limited time, use coupon code FFHOLIDAY to get your first package for $19.99!
  • For a limited time, use coupon code MENLOSHADES to get 50% off with a bonus pair of shades ($75 value)!
  • Or, use coupon code 30PUGHGIANTS to get 50% off each of your first two months – Get two months of clothing for $60!

What do you think of Menlo Club? What did you get in your latest shipment?

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Menlo Club is a men's clothing subscription brand that eliminates the hassle of shopping by putting together stylish and quality outfits that are sent right to your door. Menlo Club's team of stylists pair 2-3 pieces of apparel (valued at over $100) in each month's package. These pieces of apparel c... read more.
Eric Cadman
Eric Cadman
Eric is the co-founder of My Subscription Addiction. He's been hooked on geek subscription boxes since 2012 thanks to Loot Crate and Nerd Block. Geek boxes sparked his desire for collecting Funko Pops and comic book statues!

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Buying with Menlo Club was one of the worst experiences I could ever have with a cloth store. All the purchases that I made came wrong. I needed to contact them to fix. So, it was a big waste of time. Their people do not treat you well. They tried to give me a online coupon for me to not post bad reviews. But even this coupon didn’t work at first. And i needed to waste my time again asking them to fix. Everything was horrible. I do not advise buying anything from them!

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They’ve started releasing videos about what the selections are for the month that they send via email – right after it’s too late to skip a month BUT I was able to change styles from casual to classic based on what was in the video and got the style of jacket they indicated was for “classic”. It’s more of a canvas barn coat type, quilted lining and very well made.

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I dunno, I feel like a windbreaker would do well for people who live in all areas of the US. The windbreaker adds insulation under a winter coat (I would do this in marching band practice ALL THE TIME in college), and it’s not cold every where in the US so not everyone needs a winter coat. Although, those in Florida probably could use one =D

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