PUMA has issued a recall of its youth V-Konstruct Training Jackets because of a defect with the drawstring. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the drawstring at the waist is not properly attached to the back of jacket as required by CPSC guidelines. The drawstrings thus could become caught or snagged in small spaces or vehicle doors and possibly entrap or entangle children. To avoid possible injury, consumers should stop using the recalled jackets immediately.
The recalled jackets (displayed below) have two pockets, full-length zipper, a short collar and an elastic cord with toggles at the waist. The PUMA logo is featured on the left sleeve and upper right chest. The jackets have model numbers of: 65110201, 65110202, 65110203, 65110204 and 65110205, and were sold nationwide from 2007 through 2012.
The attorneys of Jones Ward PLC represent hundreds of persons all across the country who have been injured by defective products, prescription drugs and medical devices. If you have any questions about any type of defective or recalled product, contact attorney Terrance Massey. You can reach him by phone at (502) 882-6000 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.