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J. Crew Recalls Girls’ Coats

  • J. Crew Girls Puffer Coat in dark wine (maroon)
  • J. Crew Girls Puffer Coat in navy (blue)
  • J. Crew Girls Puffer Coat in sun washed peony (pink)
Name of Product:
Girls' Crewcuts puffer coats
The buttons on the front of the coat can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Recall Date:
February 18, 2016
About 16,400 (in addition, 63 units were sold in Canada)
Consumer Contact

J. Crew toll free at 800-261-8422 anytime, email at or online at and click on the "Girls" tab located at the top of the page, then click on "Important Safety Notice" located on the top right-hand side of the webpage for more information.  

Recall Details


This recall involves Crewcuts brand girls' puffer coats in dark wine (maroon), navy (blue), and sun washed peony (pink) colors. The coats are padded with geometric squares with six buttons down the front of the coat. There is a faux fur trim lining the hood and the coats were sold in girls sizes 2-14.  Only coats with style number C9048 and PO numbers: 5055794, 5056319, 50565325, 8053606, 8053098 or 8053603 are included in the recall. The style and PO number are printed on a care label sewn into the inside seam of the coats along with "FA 15" or "HO 15." 


Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled coats and return them to J. Crew or Crewcuts stores for a full refund.  Online purchasers will receive email notifications with instructions for returning the coats for a full refund including a postage-paid shipping label. J. Crew is contacting known purchasers directly. 


J. Crew has received four reports of the buttons detaching. No injuries have been reported. 

Sold At:
J. Crew and Crewcuts stores nationwide, the J. Crew catalog and online at from August 2015 through January 2016 for about $155.

J. Crew Group Inc., of New York, N.Y.

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