Tony Hawk’s Boys Flamajamas Recalled

by The Editors on January 24, 2009

PjsMad Dog Concepts is voluntarily recalling 25,000 pairs of Tony Hawk Boy’s Pajama Sets made in Cambodia and sold through the Kohl’s Department Store chain “due to the potential risk of burn injury to children,” according to the U.S. Cosumer Product Safety Commmission.

This sleepwear fails to meet the federal children’s sleepwear flammability standard, and poses a risk of burn injury to children. . . .Consumers should stop using the recalled pajamas immediately and contact the firm for instructions on obtaining a full refund.

See the kinds of things you have to start worrying about when you license your name to clothing manufacturers?

[Link: USCPSC via Ridgefield Press]

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