JCPenney and Michael Strahan are teaming up once again, this time to launch MSX by Michael Strahan, an exclusive new line of active lifestyle apparel for men. Available in approximately 500 JCPenney stores and at jcp.com starting May 21, this is the second clothing line for Strahan at JCPenney. Collection by Michael Strahan, an exclusive line of men’s tailored clothing and accessories, launched in 200 JCPenney stores last fall and is now available in 500 locations due to overwhelming customer response.
MSX by Michael Strahan includes categories from tees and polos to jogger pants and chinos that feature details like no-chafe seams, auto-lock zippers, UV protection, reflective strips, and quick-dri stretch technology. This new collection will be featured in The Men’s Store at JCPenney in its own dedicated presentation with sale prices including $12.99 for a performance tank and $25.99 for a knit jogger pant. The brand is also available in big and tall sizes at jcp.com.
“I had a lot of fun creating my first line with JCPenney, Collection by Michael Strahan, but I realized that in addition to great tailored pieces, men also need comfortable, stylish clothes that can be worn anytime,” said Strahan. “MSX by Michael Strahan is inspired by my active lifestyle and provides men trendy, yet functional pieces that can be worn everywhere – all for a great value. I’m really excited to be part of what’s happening in the overall athleisure movement.”
“Michael Strahan is a great brand partner and his first collection was so successful that it was an easy decision to create a second, more casual line together,” said John Tighe, chief merchant for JCPenney. “The highly experienced design and sourcing teams at JCPenney worked closely with Michael to develop an innovative active lifestyle collection that provides men stylish, quality looks for an affordable price. Exclusive collaborations, like the one with Michael Strahan, instill newness into our stores, giving customers a dynamic shopping experience that can’t be found anywhere else.”