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I always bought the cabin creek wrinkle free stain release shirts with long sleeves and button down collars. I can no longer find the line of clothing at JCPenney.

Don't know what has happened with this company but you have priced yourself out of the average persons dress clothing lines and gotten away from what made Penneys great. Your upper management people have failed totally in presenting what the people wish to buy. Certainly hope you can turn it around before it is too late.

I have shopped Penneys for 65 years. Where can I find these items if not at Penneys?

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Anonymous
#1720675

Missing the cabin creek long sleeve, turtlenecks. They were so comfortable and wore well, no pilling.

Anonymous
#1716534

I just looked up Cabin Creek Clothing and found Blair. The jeans look similar to the Cabin Creek style of clothing that I liked from JC Penny.

Anonymous
#1699588

Heaven forbid if Goodwill gets some of that clothing for a donation. I am sure that they will charge top dollar for them. Probably more than what they sold for in the first place.

Anonymous
#1692009

JCPenny May have NOTHING to do with our favorite Cabin Creek clothing disappearing. The manufacturer may have closed their doors.

The retail industry has taken a deep plummet.

Mall stores are closing every day. I shop Talbots off season for my tops and blouses now....and they are very reasonable at that time.

Anonymous
#1679228

Since not being able to find the oxford wrinkle shirts anymore, they are selling for a ridiculous price on Ebay for a used shirt. Cabin Creek discontinued the best selling shirts they have ever had. Does not make sense.

Anonymous
#1620982

Their stock is under a dollar. That should tell you something

Anonymous
#1555026

Penneys has not forgotten that we all loved the Cabin Creek Clothing line ! They are too busy with their bottom line and caring for the younger generation's fashion. It is , in my mind, like loosing the senior members of your church who are faithfully tithers, who do most of the heavy financial support.

NervousRedAdmiral
#1697944
@Carole Gann

Amen! I bought skirts when I started my new and present church. I have been looking to replace them and nothing compares!

Anonymous
#1527740

Well, count me in, too. I am actually wearing a Cabin Creek button down Oxford shirt right now that I bought at JC Penney about 15-20 years ago.

I have several, and most, now, have worn out. I still have a couple that are decent enough to wear. These shirts wore like iron, and I couldn’t get enough of them. I bought a couple more just before JCP dropped the brand.

Dumbest move JCP ever made was to try and change their entire premise for the company.

I said that the new concept would never work when they started it, and I was absolutely right on the money. As it is now, there are a few clothes that are OK, but nothing as good as this particular brand.

Anonymous
#1647572
@LK

I hardly ever shop at Oenneys now. It’s sll for the young people.

Anonymous
#1514391

I agree with all the previous comments from other Cabin creek fans.

Anonymous
#1698920
@Sherri

I'm from Canada and bought a Cabin Creek shirt 10 yrs ago in Great Falls..If I had known what good product it was for wear..I'd have bought a dozen...

Anonymous
#1467364

Why are your buyers refusing to buy Cabin Creek clothing? I bought all my summer cloths from that line such as cotton twill elastic waste shorts, slacks and I love their cotton knit shirts.

I see all the negative reviews but your buyers are turning a deaf ear.

Yes this probably pertains to 55 and up but we need comfortable, durable nice looking clothing also. PLEASE reconsider and bring this line back.

Anonymous
#1448306

I love Cabin Creek. Since they discontinued the line I have not been able to find a nice fitting shirt.

I also wore their jeans, only. I can't believe that I am buying second hand Cabin Creek clothes when I can find them. J.C.P really let down thousands of their female customers when they discontinued the Cabin Creek line. I have been shopping with them since 1971.

I have written several letters to Penney's and never received one response.

Swap.com has had some used Cabin Creek clothes. I am so glad I have found a few shirts.

Anonymous
#1412423

I agree with many customers about the Cabin Creek clothing. It was a great product, durable and

of good quality.

It's a shame JCP has gone to cheap, 100% cotton garbage for a price that doesn't fit many of it's customers budgets. JCP has always been a main stay with me for over 58 years. Just went into your store and walked out empty handed.

Not finding anything I want at the prices you charge.

Disappointed customer!

Anonymous
#1395863

None of this is helpful, because JCP has done nothing about it.

Anonymous
#1394832

Get a life and move on.

Anonymous
#1391259

I too bought the cabin creek wrinkle free women’s shirts. Very disappointed.

Anonymous
#1389015

i, too, miss my cabin creek....i stopped shopping jcp and i used to work there....they are too trendy for the younger set now and have no regard for the older set who kept them in business for years!!

Anonymous
#1375701

I wore the Cabin Creek twill pull-on pants since I was 20 - for over 20 years. Even though I spent about $2000 or more per year (excluding Christmas) at JCP, I stopped shopping there after discovering that they discontinued these pants (and skirts).

I will not shop JCP for discontinuing these pants and for adversely affecting my son's credit 10 years ago because his JCP card was paid in full and he was not using it!!!! How can a company make an adverse report to the credit bureaus because someone is paid in full and not regularly using their card???

The ONLY reason I would EVER shop JCP again would be if they brought back my pants. I won't even buy my favorite sheets and towels there - although they probably are no longer sold there because JCP has probably gone to cheaper versions of those, as well as many other things, from what I hear.