KTM Recalling Children's Motocross Pajama Sets that Don't Meet Federal Safety Standards

KTM Recalling Children's Motocross Pajama Sets that Don't Meet Federal Safety Standards
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March 4, 2015

KTM is recalling a line of children's clothes that don't meet federal flammability standards.

Children's clothing items that don't meet federal flammability standards increases the likelihood of burn injuries. No injuries or incidents related to the pajamas have been reported.

This recall includes children's onesies and two-piece KTM motocross pajamas. The Baby Racing Body onesies are 95 percent cotton and 5 percent elastane and were sold in three prints. All onesies are long-sleeved and have snap closures from the neck to the left ankle and were sold in sizes 18 months to 2T.

The two-piece, long-sleeve and pant pajama sets are 100 percent cotton and were sold in two prints. The Kids Racing Gear pajama is white with black, orange and grey detailing on the top and pant with a black elastic waistband and KTM printed on the left side of the chest. This set was sold in sizes 2T through 5T. The Kids Gravity Gear pajama two-piece set is white with blue, and orange detailing on the top and pant with an elastic waistband in orange and KTM printed on the left side of the chest and on the right hand wrist. This set was sold in sizes XXS through L.

The pajamas were sold at authorized KTM motorcycle shops nationwide from August 2012 through January 2015 for between $28 and $32.

Parents and caregivers should immediately take the recalled pajamas away from children, stop using them and return them to KTM North America, Inc. for a full refund.

KTM North America, Inc. can be contacted at (888) 985-6090.