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Product recall list for the weeks of August 21-27, 2017

Product Recall

For the week of August 21 – August 27, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recalls of several consumer products, including a couple of pairs of boots, a recreational vehicle, and, of all things, a crawfish-boiling kit.

Polaris Off Highway Vehicle Recall

Outdoor motorsports company Polaris has recalled about 1600 of its General-brand recreational off-highway vehicles for their failure to delivery accurate tire-pressure information, an oversight that could lead to improperly inflated tires, which can pose a crash hazard. Consumers should stop using the vehicles immediately and contact Polaris at www.polaris.com for a tire-pressure label and addendum to the owner’s manual..

Academy sports Crawfish / strainer kit Recall

Academy Sports + Outdoors has recalled about 21,000 (and another 17 in Canada) of its 100-quart “crawfish kits with strainers” because they pose a fire hazard. The hose on the device can melt and/or burn. Consumers should stop using the devices immediately and contact the company at www.academy.com to obtain a free replacement hose assembly .

Nutrilife one gallon hydrogen peroxide Recall

Plant products manufacturer Nutrilife has recalled about 12,000 of its one-gallon bottles of 29% hydrogen peroxide (and an additional 3500 in Canada) because the bottlecaps do not vent properly. This situation can allow pressure to build up in the bottles, causing the bottles to expand and rupture, a situation that poses fire and burn hazards. Consumers should return their bottles of hydrogen peroxide, and contact the company at nutrilifeproductrecall@gmail.com to obtain a free replacement bottlecap and instructions on handling the bottles.

Outdoor Gear boots Recall

Outdoor gear company Arc’teryx has recalled 3900 pairs of its Procline mountaineering boots (and another 500 in Canada) because the axis pin at the rear of the boots can come out, thereby posing a fall hazard. Consumers should immediately return the recalled boots to an authorized Arc’teryx dealer to obtain a free repair. More information available by emailing productrecall@arcteryx.com

Iconic Vegan boots Recall

Iconic bootmaker Dr. Martens has recalled some 30,000 pairs of its vegan boots (and another 900 pairs in Canada) because prolonged and direct contact with the lining on the boots’ tongues can expose the wearers to the hazardous chemical benzidine. Consumers should stop using the boots immediately and contact the company at www.drmartens.com to obtain a full refund or a free replacement

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