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jcpenney.com | Stafford® Travel Performance Pinpoint Oxford Shirt–Big & Tall

Stafford® Travel Performance Pinpoint Oxford Shirt–Big & Tall

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  • Extra Tall
  • Big
neck size
  • 16.5
  • 17
  • 17.5
  • 18
  • 18.5
  • 19
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  • 36-37
  • 38-39
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Our Stafford Performance dress shirt is our best-selling shirt, featuring industry leading technology and innovation.

 
  • wrinkle-free
  • 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
  • reinforced cross-stitched buttons are extremely durable
  • chest pocket
  • adjustable cuffs
  • long shirttail that stays tucked
  • more sizes: regular, fitted, athletic, big, extra tall
  • cotton/poly pinpoint oxford
  • washable
  • imported
Rated 2 out of 5 by from JCP Changed Sizing - They No Longer Fit 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 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 1 out of 5 by from The fit has changed a lot My husband, age 45, has been wearing this pinpoint, cotton/poly blend shirt in the regular/classic fit for years (neck 17, sleeve 34/35). After reading recent reviews I tentatively ordered two new white shirts. The label reads the same size, cut, and pinpoint fabric cotton/poly blend as his previous shirts, BUT IT IS NOT THE SAME FIT. Let me emphasize that my husband is the same weight/size as before, but the shirt is not the same. My husband complained that the shirts felt tight about the shoulder, short on the sleeve, and tight around the forearm when he bent his elbows. I compared the sleeve to his old shirts, and sure enough, the new cut has been reduced by approx. 2 inches circumference in the forearm, and over three inches in the upper arm. My husband says it feels like a bad fitting slim/fitted shirt. He will be wearing these only when he can roll up the sleeves. My husband and my two sons will be shopping for a new brand of shirt. I can't figure out why JCP changed their "best selling shirt." We are very disappointed.
Date published: 2013-07-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not the shirt it used to be I've purchased/worn the Stafford Performance dress shirt, long sleeve, white, every day I've worked the last 27 years as a law enforcement Investigator. I've never believed any other shirt could provide the appearance and comfort I sought. Until recently. Something has happened to the fit of the shirt; there is no longer the room through the torso I appreciated when reaching, turning, etc; the arms/sleeves are so narrow and tight, I have to struggle to get my collar down in the back after tying my tie. Unfortunately, I recently purchased two of the shirts only to find the changes. I've since thrown the shirts in the trash and will look elsewhere for my dress shirts. Not all changes are for the best, Penney's. It's been nice knowing you.
Date published: 2012-11-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from What happened? I am 5'8" 125lbs with 29" waist and 33" chest. This 15" 32/33 athletic cut was my go-to shirt that I've been wearing for years. Not anymore. This shirt redesign is broken. Instead of a tapered waist and looser shoulders, the waist makes me look like a marshmallow and the armpits are so small that I can't raise my arms to put on my tie. I put the new cut against the old one and there is a good inch less fabric in the arm holes and sleeves. Stay away from these new stafford shirts. Something was lost in translation when this cut moved from Mexico to Vietnam. JCP, bring back the old shirts! We are not built like cylinders with toothpics for arms. You had a great shirt now it's bad.
Date published: 2013-07-20
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sizing is no longer correct - Bad move JCP Like many others, this JCP dress shirt was my go to shirt for years. I have recommended it to many. Easy to care for, fairly priced and durable. I've been wearing the same size for years. I just ordered another six shirts in "Regular" size. My arms no longer fit in the sleeves. The sleeves are soooo tight that It restricts me from raising my arms and I feel that it won't be long before the material starts separating. The new cut is made for stick figure people. I'm going to have to return the shirts that I just bought and find another style or supplier. From reading other reviews, this appears to be from a switch in the plant/ country of manufacture.
Date published: 2013-07-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Fit Issues 07/30/2013 I wear a dress shirt everyday for work. For 37 years I have purchased JCP shirts. Currently there is a problem with the sleeves. Returned 3 shirts yesterday. Management advised me to try the shirts on before purchasing. Selected 3 new shirts and went into the fitting room. In the fitting room I found a pile of JCP shirts already laying on the floor. None of the sleeves on the new shirts I selected fit. It seems the sleeves are more of a problem than I imagined. I am giving JCP 6 months for the problem shirts to flush out and then I will try JCP again.
Date published: 2013-08-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Changed the cut of the sleeves I bought two of these shirts a couple of months back and they were PERFECT. I ordered two more of the exact same shirt and Stafford must have changed the cut of the sleeves in that time. I could get my arms in the sleeves but could barely bend my arms. It appears they took out about 1/2" or more of the fabric from the elbow area to the cuff.
Date published: 2012-11-28
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Yes, zoom in on the photo. The top button is connected to a strip of stretchy cloth.
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Yes
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No, but the Collection by Michael Strahan has cotton stretch collar which holds up nicely and conforms without distortion. A little pricier, but well worth the comfort. Try those also sold at JCP.
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No, this is not a stretch collar.
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Fitted is tapered in ~1" on each side at the shoulder and at the waist compared to regular fit.

Athletic fit is for men with muscles (shoulder muscles, larger biceps, and thin, waists). Athletic fit is roomy in the shoulders/arms and tapered in 2 inches on either side at the waist (compared to regular fit). Think of a V-shaped torso, wide at the top and narrow at the bottom.

Summary:
Regular Fit: Lots of room at the belly.
Fitted Fit: The average Joe older than 30.
Athletic Fit: Men in their 20's/30's that spend time in the gym, or are diesel mechanics.
Slim Fit: Men in their early 20's
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I'm not totally sure, but if your asking about the Stafford dress shirt, a fitted, or athletic shirt to me means that the shirt fits a lot tighter or snugger to the body. Probably fits better on someone with a toned, slightly slimmed down chest and stomach area.
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what is the percentage of cotton and of polyester
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60% cotton 40% poly.
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The material composition used may change based on manufacturing. Please refer to the label for actual percentages and types of fabric used.
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It's not enough cotton I know that! The shirt is quite thin, compared to other Stafford shirts which I prefer a lot better. The shirt might be a bit better for summer wear? Still a nice shirt though for the price.
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Broader in the shoulders with a tapered belly so it gets smaller below the chest.
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Sized usually for men with larger more chiseled body shape, buff shoulders, arms and chest. Usually the shirt would be tapered to waist.
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The Stafford Travel Performance Pinpoint Oxford Dress Shirt does not have removable collar stays. They are built-in.
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NO - the collar stays are NOT removable - and the only thing we don't like is not knowing how long the elastic strap on the top bottom is going to last. We really prefer the shirt without the elastic strap.
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