NEW YORK (AP) — Safety regulators say a retailer in California is recalling children's pajamas featuring the Thor Motocross logo because they don't meet flammability protection standards.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Tuesday that K.J. Sportswear California is recalling 9,200 sets of one- and two-piece Thor pajama sets. The agency says children could be burned because the pajamas don't meet federal flammability standards. It says no injuries have been reported.
The pajamas come in blue and white, red and white, and pink and black and have the word "Thor" printed center front. They were sold in sizes six to 12 months, 12 to 18 months, and 18 to 24 months through youth large, They were available at Thor motocross retailers between June 2013 and December 2014 and sold at retail for $30 to $45 each. The pajamas were made in China.
The CPSC says consumers should return the pajamas to K.J. Sportswear for a full refund.