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Thermo Tents Recalls Mór Series Tents Due to Fire Hazard; Tents are Mislabeled as Fire Retardant (Recall Alert)

  • Recalled Crua Tri tent
  • Recalled Crua Loj tent
  • Recalled Crua Cottage Tent
Name of Product:
Crua Tri, Crua Loj, and Crua Cottage tents in the Mór Series

The tents are incorrectly labeled as being fire retardant (FR), posing a fire hazard.

Recall Date:
December 10, 2020

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Consumer Contact

Thermo Tents USA Inc. toll-free at 888-480-2550 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, email at or online at and click on "Important Safety Notification" for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves tents in the Mór Series including the Crua Tri (SKU: TRI-01, EAN: 0602815520812), the Crua Loj (SKU: LOJ-01, EAN: 0602815520805), and the Crua Cottage (SKU: COTTAGE-01, EAN: 0669014590473).  The SKU, EAN and name of the tent are located on the box of the tent.  The tents are green with “Crua Outdoors” printed on the outside.  The tent dimensions are as follows:

Model Height Length Width
Crua Cottage 8.2ft / 250cm   8.2ft / 250cm 8.2ft / 250cm (front) - 5.9ft / 180cm (back)
Crua Loj 7ft / 213cm 24ft / 732cm 14ft / 427cm
Crua Tri 5.2ft / 157cm 7.8ft / 234cm 6.5ft / 196cm

Consumers should immediately stop using the tents below near any flame or other source of ignition.  The firm will send the purchasers a new free label stating that the tent is not fire retardant (FR).  Once consumers receive the new label, they should remove the incorrect original label, replace it with the new label, and keep the tents away from any flame or other source of ignition.  Thermo Tents is contacting all known purchasers.


None reported.

Sold At

Online at,,,,,, and from March 2019 through August 2020 for about $900 (Crua Tri), $3,000 (Crua Loj) and $2,000 (Crua Cottage).

Manufactured In:

Thermo Tent U.S.A. Inc., of Saranac Lake, N.Y. 

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