Before your tot ventures out into the snow, check to see what they’re wearing on their feet, because a recent Target toddler boot recall may impact your little’s next snowy adventure.

According to a representative from Target, “Target is committed to providing high quality and safe products to our guests. Earlier this week, Target voluntarily recalled Cat & Jack Chiara Unicorn Ankle Fashion Boots because of the safety concerns identified in the CPSC press release.” So if your kiddo has this rainbow footwear at home, read on for more information.

Recall Description: Target Cat & Jack Chiara Unicorn Ankle Fashion Boots

The current recall involves the unicorn style boots in sizes 5 to 13 and size 1. The boots are lined with white faux fur, have a white zipper and are unicorn-themed. Look for a silver glitter horn and similarly sparkly inner ears. The boots also have pink, purple and blue faux fur beneath the unicorn’s horn and multi-hued stripes on the back.

Why the Boots Were Recalled

The CPSC issued the recall following four separate reports of the unicorn’s horn detaching. While there are no known injuries as of now, the detached horn presents a potential choking hazard.

How to Tell If Your Child’s Boot Are Part of the Recall

Along with the description above, look for the model number “TARGET0930156XX” on the inside tag. The “XX” corresponds to the boot’s size. For a full list of recalled item numbers, visit the CPSC’s website here.

The boots were sold in Target stores, online and on Google Express between October 2018 and November 2018.

What Parents Can Do

Do not allow your child to wear the boots. Return the recalled item to any Target retail location for a full refund. If you have questions about the recall, contact Target at 800-440-0680 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Central, daily. You can also visit and click on “Recalls” or visit the retailer’s Facebook page for more information.

—Erica Loop

Photos: Courtesy of the Consumer Product Safety Commission



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