Recall of clothing item sold at Kathmandu

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A children’s clothing item from outdoor and adventure retail store Kathmandu has been urgently recalled over fire hazard concerns.

The Kathmandu kids hooded towel has been recalled by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission for not having the required fire safety hazard label.

“Due to the loose-fitting nature of the towel, this could pose a fire risk to the wearer if exposed to a heat or flame source,” the ACCC wrote.

The product is required to carry a fire safety hazard label to meet the “mandatory safety standard for nightwear for children”.

The Kathmandu hooded towel has been recalled. Picture: ACCCThe Kathmandu hooded towel has been recalled. Picture: ACCCIt only relates to the items sold in October. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Flavio BrancaleoneIt only relates to the items sold in October. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Flavio Brancaleone

The hooded towel was sold by Kathmandu in stores and online nationally between October 1 and October 24, 2022.

Consumers who have purchased the product are advised to stop using it and return it to Kathmandu for a replacement or refund.

Kathmandu can be contacted on 1800 333 484 or via [email protected]

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