J.Crew is recalling boys’ jeans that may contain small stones. The retailer’s Crewcuts boys’ stone washed denim jeans may have the stones in the pockets or waistband. These could pose a choking risk, especially to small children.
About 900 pairs of these pants sold for about $50 at J. Crew stores nationwide and online between July and October of this year. J. Crew believes the rocks may have been left behind during the stone washing manufacturing process.
The recalled pants were made in Pakistan and the affected jeans were sold in sizes 2 and 3. They have style number J8406 and UPC codes 099105125419 and 099105125420.
No injuries have been reported as a result of this product. Consumers should remove the product from the reach of children.
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