Umbro boys’ outerwear jackets, made in Hong Kong and distributed by Umbro USA, of Beaverton, Ore., have been recalled due to entrapment hazards.
The retractable drawstring in the bottom of the jacket can be caught in areas, posing hazards to children who may become trapped.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission released the following description:
“This recall involves boys’ nylon jackets sold in sizes medium to extra large that can fit children through size 14. ‘Umbro’is printed on the front upper right side of the jackets. The bottom of the jacket has a drawstring with toggles. The jackets were sold in five color combinations: black, black/royal, black/Tabasco, black/cedar, and navy.”
The jackets were sold exclusively at Ross Stores in the United States, from April 2011 through January 2012. The retail prices was around $8.
Consumers are directed to discontinue use of the jacket immediately and return the jacket to Umbro for a full refund.
You may contact Umbro at 866-217-6800.