Land's End Recalling Children's Pajamas that Don't Meet Safety Standards
Land's End is recalling 25 styles of children's sleepwear for not meeting federal safety standards.
Testing by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) found that the pajamas don't meet flammability criteria required for children's clothing.
Land's End said in a statement that its products are tested throughout the manufacturing process and is reviewing its relationship with the China-based manufacturer.
No injuries have been reported, but the company is urging parents and caregivers to discontinue using the pajamas and return them for a full refund, plus a $15 gift card. The company will be providing customers with a postage-paid envelope for returns.
The recall affects about 173,000 pairs of pajamas and involves 25 styles of boys, girls and toddler sleep sets, sleepers, pants, nightgowns and robes sold in 100 percent polyester fleece or knit. The garments were sold in sizes 3 months to 16 (girls) and 20 (boys), and in various colors and patterns. The style number is printed on a tag affixed to the garments' neck, waist or side seam. A complete list of style numbers can be found on the CPSC website.
The pajamas were sold at Landsend.com and in Lands' End kid's catalogs from January 2014 through February 2015 for between $19 and $35. None of the pajamas were sold at Land's End stores or partner retailers.
Lands' End can be contacted at (800) 300-7487.