Choking Hazard Prompts Recall of Kids’ Class Club Letterman Jackets

Posted on May 11, 2012

A style of children’s jacket sold exclusively at Dillard’s has been recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Philadelphia-based company Supreme Trading Limited. This jacket (style number F14CL112L) is part of the Class Club brand line and was manufactured in Vietnam. The jacket can be recognized by its letterman style. It is 100% polyester, navy with white sleeves, and was sold in sizes 2 and 3.

320 units are affected by this safety recall. At issue is the fact that the snaps on the jacket are in danger of detaching from the product.  If this occurs, the relatively small size of the components could pose a choking hazard to the children wearing the items.  Thankfully, there have yet to be any incidents of this nature reported to the company.

The items, in addition to being sold in Dillard’s stores, were also available at that retailer’s website.  Consumers were able to purchase these jackets for around $25 between September and November of last year.  Parents and guardians are being advised to take the jackets out of the reach of children immediately.  They can then return the item to any Dillard’s location for a refund for the full cost of the jacket.  Anyone with additional queries is being instructed to get in touch with Supreme Trading Limited.

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