Papa Bear Children’s pajamas and sleepwear have been recalled for flammability standard violations, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) just announced.
At least 10,000 sets of Papa Bear pajamas and sleepwear are involved and were manufactured in China, imported by Papa Bear Loungeabouts, LLC, of Los Angeles, California; and sold at children’s clothing and specialty retailers nationwide and online from January 2004 to December 2011.
The recalled Papa Bear pajamas and sleepwear fail to meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear and pose a risk of burn injury to children. To date, no incidents or injuries have been reported.
This recall includes all styles of pajama sets, both tops and bottoms, separate pajama pants, and nightgowns that were sold in boys and girls sizes 0-6X and 7-14.
A garment label bearing the name “Papa Bear Loungeabouts” and a picture of a bear is sewn into the center back neckline on the outside of the garment. Also, a hanging label features the same name and image.
The sleepwear is 100% cotton poplin or 100% cotton flannel and the different styles come in a variety of colors and novelty print designs, including: Bling, cows, Scotty dogs, hotrods, basketball, sports, vintage, rodeo, rock and roll, ballerinas, and popcorn, among others.
The firm advises consumers to stop using the recalled sleepwear immediately and return the product to the retailer where the product was purchased for a refund, exchange, or store credit. The following retailers are participating in the recall: