Warning issued to Irish parents after baby shoes recalled 4 days ago

Warning issued to Irish parents after baby shoes recalled

A warning has been issued to Irish parents after Next recalled shoes sold in their baby section.

The CCPC has warned parents to take the shoes away from their children following the recall.

Next's Infant T-Bar Patent PU Bow Shoe has been recalled because of tripping hazards.


The CCPC stated, "The potential risk associated with the product is that of injuries as the Velcro on the shoe may fail causing the strap to become undone creating a tripping hazard which could lead to cuts or abrasions."

Over 300 affected products have been sold in the Republic of Ireland.

The type/number of models are T36725 and A73410. However, the batch number and the barcode are unknown.

Parents have been told to discontinue use immediately.


The CCPC also advised parents to keep the shoes out of the reach of children.

Customers can also contact Next Ireland for a full refund.


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