Recall roundup: Yeti mugs, tree stands and boots

Recall roundup: Yeti mugs, tree stands and boots Photo: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

KSTP
Updated: November 06, 2020 03:38 PM
Created: November 06, 2020 03:06 PM

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a number of recalls Wednesday, which includes Yeti mugs, tree stands and boots.

For more information about the recalled items, click below:

Yeti Rambler Travel Mug with Stronghold Lids 
Insulated cooler and thermos manufacturer Yeti has recalled its Rambler 20 ounce Travel Mug with Stronghold Lids.

According to the company, the magnet slider on the lid can eject, leading to a burn hazard.

The mugs were sold nationwide in a variety of colors. The recall only impacts travel mugs with the date code 34204010.

Consumers are asked to stop using the product and visit Yeti's website for refund instructions.

Alliance Outdoor Products Climbing Treestands

Lakeville-based Alliance Outdoor Products is recalling its 2017 X-Stand Climbing Treestand Silent Adrenaline XSCT334 and Apache XSCT355 stands due to a falling hazard.

Tree stands with a batch number ending in 17 are included in the recall.

The tree stands were sold nationwide.

Consumers are asked to contact Alliance Outdoor Products for a refund.

Target Toddler Boots 

Target has recalled its Cat & Jack "Himani" and "Jaren" toddlers' boots in sizes 5 – 12 due to a choking hazard.

According to the USCPSC, the boots have an elastic lace with a toggle that can detach, posing a choking hazard.

The "Himani" boots were sold in navy and pink and the "Jaren" boots were sold in olive, black with multi-colored polka dots, pink with multi-colored polka dots, and navy with rainbows.

Consumers are asked to return the boots at a Target store for a full refund.


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