For additional information, please contact PajamaGram toll-free at (800) 262-1162 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's website atwww.pajamagram.com.
The pajamas are 100 percent polyester fleece sold in sizes 12 months to 4T and in boys and girls sizes 6 through 14. "PajamaGram" is printed on the neck tag. The pajamas come in two styles: one-piece hood and feet pajamas, and two-piece sets. The below style/GPU number is printed on a second tag sewn into either the neck or side of the pajamas and the pajama pants. The following pajamas are included in this recall:
|Hoodie Footie for Girls||Pink with zip-off feet and hood||JSLHFP1|
|Hoodie Footie for Boys and Girls||Blue with zip-off feet and hood||JSLHFB1|
|Sweetheart Hoodie Footie for Girls||Pink with a red heart print and zip-off feet and hood||JSLHFV1|
|Winter Whimsy Hoodie Footie for Boys and Girls||Red with a snowman/penguin print and zip-off feet and hood||JSLHFW1|
|Lodge Fleece Set for Toddlers, Boys and Girls||Two-piece set. Blue shirt with moose appliqué and white moose/snowflake print pant||JSLLFB1|
|Snuggle Fleece Argyle Set for Girls||Two-piece set. Light blue shirt with pink and blue argyle print pant||JSLAFG1|
|Infant Lodge Fleece One-Piece||White with moose/snowflake print. Pajamas have feet and a front zipper||JSLLFB2|
Children should stop wearing the pajamas immediately and consumers should contact PajamaGram for a replacement, exchange or full refund.
PajamaGram of Shelburne, Vt.
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