Old Navy Toddler Girl Aqua Socks Recalled
Old Navy issued a voluntary recall of its pink and purple Toddler Girl Aqua Socks by request of the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada.
About the Old Navy Toddler Girl Aqua Socks Recall
This product was sold in Old Navy Stores in the U.S. and Canada and also at oldnavy.com from February 2012 through June 2012 and was priced between $12 and $15. This product was deemed a safety hazard after two customers slipped and fell from lack of traction in the socks. No medical attention was required, but the CPSC is encouraging consumers to immediately stop use and return them at Old Navy for a full refund. Consumers who do return their product before November 9, 2012 will receive a coupon for $10 off their next purchase at Old Navy.
Description of the Old Navy Toddler Girl Aqua Socks
This product was manufactured in China and had about 34,000 units sold in the U.S as well as 3,800 in Canada. The slip-on shoes have pull-on tabs on both the front and the back of the foot opening. The Aqua Socks came in either pink or purple in Toddler sizes 5-11. The style number, 896452, can be found on the small tag inside the foot opening.
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