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Menlo Club Subscription Review + Coupon – May 2018

Eric Cadman
ByEric CadmanJun 18, 2018 | 2 comments

Menlo Club
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7 Ratings | 9 Reviews

Menlo 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 “Casual”.

My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).

About Menlo Club

The Subscription Box: Menlo Club

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

There are 2 limited time deals happening as well:

  • 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 Menlo 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 Menlo Club profile page.

May 2018 Menlo Club Review

This month's Menlo package was a brand new summer outfit!

Madagascar Short Sleeve Shirt

For the top of the outfit, I got this button-up casual short sleeve shirt.

It's a 100% cotton shirt and features a little dot design all over the print.

Tedbury Classic Fit Shorts

This is perfect timing for me - I was just about to get some new shorts, but these perfectly fit the bill.

The back features a buttoned pocket on the right and an open pocket on the left. You have some options.

These feel really well made and have the feel of a khaki short.

Khalid Belt

The last item in the package is a belt. While I really like the design, the double loop belts have never been my favorite - so I'm not sure if this will supplant my go-to belt.

Here it is all together. While I knew I'd like the shorts, the shirt was a surprising win for me, too! Everything fits well and is comfortable - that's all I really even want!

Verdict: I've been loving the deliveries from the Menlo Club recently - and this month continues that with what could be one of my favorite boxes ever.

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.

  • 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 May 2018 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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2 comments

Chris

You look very dapper. I’m not a fan of those belts, either. I’m guessing that they A) are less expensive to produce and B) offer more versatile sizing (no holes).
P.S. Love the site, especially your reviews.

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Eric Cadman

Thanks for reading – glad you like the reviews!

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