Hurley boys jacket recalled

Filed under: Health & Safety: Babies

Hurley International has recalled it's boy's windbreaker jacket with drawstring. The drawstring could pose a strangulation hazard and goes against the CPSC's guidelines regarding drawstrings on youth clothing.

The recalled jackets are black or gray and were sold in youth sizes up to 20, the style number BJ06GS is printed on a label sewn inside the left side seam of the jacket. The jackets were sold between July and December of 2005. To remedy the situation, you should simply remove the drawstring from the jacket.

For further information visit the CPSC's website or the Hurley website.
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