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jcpenney.com | Stafford® Travel Performance Super Shirt

Stafford® Travel Performance Super Shirt

web ID: 5316648
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size range
  • Regular
  • Fitted
  • Athletic
neck size
  • 14.5
  • 15
  • 15.5
  • 16
  • 16.5
  • 17
  • 17.5
  • 18
sleeve
  • 32-33
  • 34-35
  • 36-37
COLOR
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
It doesn't get more easy-care than the Performance dress shirt from Stafford, which makes your business casual style both stain-resistant and wrinkle-free.
 
  • collar stretches up to one inch for comfortable wear
  • wrinkle-free performance
  • fused collar, cuffs and front placket stay crisp and neat right out of the dryer
  • specially sewn seams to lay flat and resist puckering
  • treated with stain release and repel Scotchgard™ technology
  • point collar
  • reinforced cross-stitched buttons are extremely durable
  • chest pocket
  • adjustable cuffs
  • long shirttail that stays tucked
  • more sizes: regular, athletic, big, extra tall
  • cotton/polyester broadcloth
  • washable
  • imported
customer favorite
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great features, poor execution I wear dress shirts with ties daily for the past 30 years. I have purchased mostly these for the past 10+ years. I love that I can machine wash and then pull these from the dryer during the tumble cool down cycle and have zero need to iron them. They are wrinkle free. My difficulty with these shirts is that the collar tips and cuff edges wear through the colored exterior very quickly. These shirts are different than others I own in that the fabric color does not appear to be dyed all the way through the fabric like other brands, so when they wear a little in the washer/dryer the white underlayer is exposed to show through at the collar tips and cuff edges. Even when my other brands of shirts do become worn at the tips and edges they do not expose a white underlayer in this way, I think because the color is dyed all the way through the fabric. I continue to buy these Stafford Performance "Super Shirts" for the ease of care, but cannot say they are a good value due to the poor wear factor.
Date published: 2012-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from they changed the fit My mistake, I went to a Penny store nearby to get the dress shirts I have been wearing for decades and of course they only had one since inventories appear to be disappearing lately (not due to sales). I spoke with a clerk and I commented about the inventory and she offered to tell me that they also changed the sleeve cut and that it was a 'tailored' fit. I bought the one shirt then went back to work and ordered several more on line. When I got them I was very disappointed to find out that the tailored sleeve really meant that the shirst are impossible to move in. My forearms were literally wrapped tight by the sleeve. They are very uncomforatable and my forearms are not big by any means. I'll need to return all the shirts and find a new source going forward. Pennys has been a huge disappointment in last couple years and I can't afford to buy what I thought would be a consistent product only to find they change things up in a bad way. Do not but stafford shirts!
Date published: 2013-10-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from JCP Changed the Sizing and Lost Me as Customer I had been buying these Stafford shirts for many years. In fact, they were the only dress shirts I would buy. Mostly because of the stretchable collar button and I could always rely on their proper fit. When they would get worn, I would replace them with the same style and size, which is what I did on my latest purchase. Sadly, when I put them on, I realized that the sizing was totally different then it use to be. They were so tight that I could not move my arms. I returned them all. I had read similar complaints from other reviewers but did not heed their warnings. They replaced what they use to call "Classic Fit" with what they now call "Regular Fit". Why would JCP do this? Did they change manufacturers? Are they trying to reduce costs by using less material? Although JCP carries other brands, I will have to shop for those other brands elsewhere - it's the principle of the thing. Does anyone know of another brand that has the stretchable collar button?
Date published: 2012-12-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from WHAT HAS HAPPENED TO JCP? What a disappointment! I wear these (prior to change) shirts daily and have been a loyal customer of JC Penny for over fifty years. I've never seen such a drastic negative change in quality in such a prominent retail chain that I can recall. As noted previously, the quality and fit are just not evident in this product anymore and even if I was still interested in purchasing this shirt, the color choices are extremely limited-unless you're into alternately wearing white and blue. After all these years of building a reputation as a premier workingman's clothier, to promote a product of this quality is certainly a shame. I would adamantly NOT reccommend it. Although the pricing has been substantially lowered, I would pay more for better quality/fit. I assume I will be shopping elsewhere. I am also disappointed that there's no "star rating" for quality-which has clearly declined.
Date published: 2013-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad cut I want to like this shirt. The quality of the fabric, features like stretchable top button, high quality buttons, etc., but the fact remains this shirt has an incorrect cut. It is *very* tight on the forearm (to the point I can't cover my watch), and tight in the shoulders. The under-arm is undercut so when raising arms it pulls really tight. I tried a bigger size just to understand the problem. I am normally a 16 neck 34-35 sleeve. I tried the 17 neck 34-35 sleeve and found while the neck is extra loose, the tightness in the forearm, shoulder, and armpit still exist. The cut is called regular. The Athlete and Fitted will not fit at all. I am a regular sized guy, not considered large. Other brands with 16 neck, and 34-35 sleeve fit well. Beware when purchasing, as I ordered 8 online, had them all laundered then realized the issue. Too late to return.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My husband likes the stretch button collar. I have been purchasing Stafford Performance Broadcloth Dress Shirts for 15 years for my husband. The price, when on sale, is great. His size is X-Tall, 17, 38 - 39. Some reviews on smaller sizes are saying the sizes are not true to the size they order. But I haven't noticed the problem with the size I order. I do iron the shirts, the material is thin and he especially notices this on the elbow of his writing arm. But for the price, I appreciate that the shirts are long enough so that the shirt stays tucked in, the sleeves are long enough, and the shirts look great on! Thank goodness for JCP. My only request would be that I would like to see more color selections. My husband likes blue, white and black so maybe a narrow white and light blue thin striped shirt (which was available a couple of years ago) would cause me to increase my purchases. When shoppers can find the size/good fit, color and price, they will order more! (P.S. why does the navy shirt have white buttons)?
Date published: 2013-08-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I no longer love these shirts. I wear dress shirts six days a week. For the last few years, I have worn these shirts and I have loved them. Today, I received in the mail six more to replace my old ones. However, I only opened one to make sure that everything was okay. I was a little concerned because I had read a few reviews from other long-time users about the new shirts being too thin. Turns out they were right. The shirt feels thin in my hands and also when I tried it on after washing. As an experiment, I took an old one and held it up to the bathroom light to see how much light came through. I then did the same with the new shirt, and the difference was dramatic. The new shirt is much thinner. I am going to keep the shirt I opened and washed, but the others are going back tomorrow. I am very disappointed because I now have to find another brand of dress shirts. I really loved these shirts.
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware Stafford has changed the design so that the sleeve width and shoulder size have been reduced. Try the shirt on first to make sure it fits. I have worn Stafford shirts for many, many years. I purchase at least 20 per year and wear them at least 6 days per week. I have never had a problem with them and have always bought the same regular sized shirt (not fitted). Recently, I purchased 4 regular shirts and found that Stafford has reduced the width of the shirt in the arms and shoulder by several inches. I took them back to the store and the clerk and I laid the new shirts out to compare to an old one I had brought. There is several inches of difference and very noticeable. We compared this with about ten other Stafford shirts of the same size and found the same change. JCP was very accommodating and took the shirts back. You should be aware of this change. A VERY DISAPPOINTED LONG-TIME CUSTOMER OF STAFFORD WHO IS NOW LOOKING FOR ANOTHER BRAND OF DRESS SHIRTS.
Date published: 2013-02-18
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Does this Shirt come with button down collar?

I am looking for a button down collar long sleeve shirt with a comfort stretch collar. A few years ago I bought the Stafford super shirt that had these items.
Asked by: Dave
No, the collar is not button down.
Answered by: Barb
Date published: 2017-03-15

What is the difference between the fits: regular, fitted, and athletic?

Asked by: fliph
I prefer the fitted, regular is too loose.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2016-10-21

Does this shirt, in REGULAR, have a box pleat on the back?

Asked by: bkg73123
Fitted one doesn't but classic, does.
Answered by: MadhuAryal
Date published: 2016-08-13

Is this 60/40 like they used to be, or 55/45 ?

Asked by: kris
These shirts are currently 55/45
Answered by: DavidS
Date published: 2016-11-26

Why doesn't the athletic fit come with 36-37 length sleeves?

I am a very tall and muscular guy with a 44 inch chest and a 35 in waist, athletic shirts are the only fit that work for me. But a 34-35 inch sleeve length is just a little too short. So tall muscular guys shouldn't have long arms?
Asked by: Scotty
We have the same issue at our house, the fitted don't have enough room in the shoulder/arms and the regular is a little too 'billowy' for my husband and sons. For now, I will hope that more people will ask or request it so they will make some.
Answered by: frugalfashionista2
Date published: 2017-03-09
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