About 20,000 (8,700 additional baby coveralls were recalled in May 2014)
This recall involves J. Crew baby coveralls in sizes newborn to 2T. The coveralls were sold in various colors and designs including prints and stripes. A care label sewn into the inside left seam of the garment lists the PO number, style number and “SU ’14.” PO and style numbers included in the recall are:
Style #A8248, PO numbers: 8044696, 8044697, 5046904 and SU ‘14
Style #A8249, PO numbers: 8044644, 5046905 and SU ‘14
Style #A8251, PO number: 8044643 and SU ‘14
Style #A8252, PO numbers: 8044642, 5046906 and SU ‘14
Style #A8273, PO number: 8044659 and SU ‘14
Style #A8274, PO numbers: 8044660, 5046909 and SU ‘14
Style #A8276, PO numbers: 8044661, 5046910 and SU ‘14
Style #A8341, PO number: 8044663 and SU ‘14
Style #A8358, PO numbers: 8044662, 5046911 and SU ‘14
Style #B3605, PO number: 8046744 and SU ‘14
Style #B3606, PO number: 8046743 and SU ‘14
Style #B3607, PO numbers: 8046745, 8046746, 5048693 and SU ‘14
The firm has received 10 reports of snaps detaching. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers should immediately stop using the coveralls and contact J. Crew for a full refund. Consumers who purchased the garments online will receive instructions for returning the coveralls, including a postage-paid shipping label. J.Crew is contacting consumers who bought the coveralls directly.
Sold exclusively at
J.Crew stores in California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Texas, and Washington, D.C., online at jcrew.com and the J.Crew catalog from April 2014 to March 2015 for between $30 and $33.
J. Crew Group Inc., of New York, N.Y.
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