January 9, 2013
- Columbia Sportswear Reannounces Its Recall of Batteries Sold With Jackets Due To Fire Hazard
This recall involves battery packs that power heating systems in jackets. The black battery packs are 3.25 inches long by 2.3 inches wide by 0.7 inches deep and marked with "Columbia" on the top and "OMNI-HEAT™" on the bottom of the pack. Part number 054978-001 is printed on the side of the battery label.
November 16, 2011
- Columbia Sportswear Recalls Batteries Sold With Jackets Due To Fire Hazard
This recall involves battery packs that power heating systems in jackets. Two battery packs were included with the following Omni-Heat™ Electric jacket styles: Omni-Heat™ Electric Wader Widgeon, Omni-Heat™ Electric Big Game and Omni-Heat™ Gale Warning Interchange. The black battery packs are 3.25 inches long by 2.3 inches wide by 0.7 inches deep and marked with "Columbia" on the top and "OMNI-HEAT™" on the bottom of the pack. "Part: 054978-001" is printed on the side label.
July 7, 2011
- Chanel Recalls Silk Scarves and Garments Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
The scarves, dresses, skirts and blouses are made of 100 percent silk and come in a variety of designs. Nearly all items were returned to Chanel in May 2010.
June 28, 2011
- Topson Downs of California Recalls Women's Dresses Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard; Sold Exclusively at Macy's
The dress is a Bar III brand dress, and is fully lined with a sheer rayon outer layer. There is a white label with "Bar III" written in black on the inside back of the dress. The dress has a checkered, multi-colored, and black pattern called "Mint Chili Combo" and was sold in five adult sizes, ranging from extra small to extra large.
February 17, 2011
- James Perse Recalls Jackets Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
The men's jacket is corduroy and is fully lined with Sherpa fleece. It has a five-button front closure, two side pockets and two breast pockets. The style number is MV2156. Two styles of women's jackets are subject to this recall. One is a zip-front jacket with two pockets, a hood lined with Sherpa fleece and a drawstring at the waist. The style number is WOY2443. The other is a belted, wrap jacket with a Sherpa fleece-lined collar. It has two side pockets and wide knit cuffs at the wrist. The style number is WOY2444. Each jacket is made of 100 percent cotton and was manufactured in various colors. A label with the style number is located on the side seam of the inside of the jackets.
January 11, 2011
- Men's Sherpa Shirts Recalled by Foria International Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
The recalled men's pullover Sherpa shirts have a four-snap placket and long sleeves with rib-knit cuffs. The shirts are made from 80 percent cotton and 20 percent polyester blend brushed Sherpa fleece in olive and burgundy. A "Norm Thompson" woven label is located at the center back neckline of the garments.
June 30, 2010
- Violation of Federal Flammability Standard Prompts Christy Recall of Women's Robes Sold Exclusively at Bloomingdales
This recall involves women’s wrap bathrobes with long sleeves and a belt. They are made from 100 percent cotton terry cloth in aqua, ivory, white and porcelain pink. A woven label at the neck edge of the robes read “Collection Fifty Nine”.
April 7, 2010
- Foria International Recalls Women's Peacoats Due to Violation of Federal Flammability Standard
This recall involves women’s peacoats that are double-breasted and have long sleeves. They are made from 100 percent cotton fleece in large blue and white plaid print. “Authentic” is printed on the label at the center back neckline of the garments.
March 31, 2010
- Ardica Recalls Heated Jackets and Vests Due to Burn Hazard
The recalled jackets and vests are designed to work with the Ardica Moshi Power system. The Moshi Power System is marked with “Ardica”. The pouch below the collar of each garment is marked "Ardica Heat Power Charge." Each jacket and vest also has a power switch next to the logo on the front. The following models are affected by this recall: Ardica Enabled Mountain Hardwear Radiance Jackets, Refugium Jackets and Sitka Dutch Oven Vests. The Mountain Hardwear jackets have the Ardica name and logo on the right sleeve.
March 10, 2010
- Telebrands Recalls Scarves with Microwaveable Heat Packs Due to Fire and Burn Hazards
The recalled scarves have pockets and microwaveable heat packs composed of flax seeds. The scarves are made of polyester/cotton, and were sold in black and camel colors.