Product Recall: Hanna Andersson Children's Clogs
These are really cute children's shoes, but according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, they are hazardous as well. Imported from Sweden by Hanna Andersson, the clogs are being recalled due to a leather ankle strap that can tear or separate from the sole, posing a falling hazard. They have a birchwood sole and leather straps and come in blue, pink and black. The bottom of the soles have rubber grips.
The clogs were sold from January 2007 through July 2007 for between $48 and $58 at Hanna Andersson stores nationwide as well as through their catalog and Website. They were sold in European sizes 25-41 and have the words "Hanna Andersson" and "Made in Sweden" printed on the soles.
If you own these clogs, you should immediately stop using them and contact Hanna Andersson for details about returning them for a refund. You can contact the company at (800) 222-0544 between 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. PT daily, e-mail them at email@example.com, or visit their Website .
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