Ladies: These shoes were made for walkin’, but apparently that walkin’ part didn’t work out too well for one shoe maker, nearly two hundred of its women’s high heeled shoes are on the recall list today.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the high heel on certain Kensington Court shoes can loosen with wear and become unstable, posing a fall hazard. Now that’s definitely something you want to avoid, especially on the dance floor. The shoes were sold in the Boden catalog nationwide and online at www.bodenusa.com from January 2013 through June 2013 for about $170. Here’s the recall notice with pictures.
Is this shoe in your closet?
The Kensington Court 3 1/2 inch high heel patent leather shoes were sold in four colors including dark blue with beige trim, cream with tan trim, red with gray trim and turquoise blue with beige trim. The plain toe pump women’s shoes were sold in sizes 5-1/2 to 10-1/2. The Boden logo is printed on a label on the inside sole of the shoe.
If it is, contact Boden through its website. You will get a postage paid label to return the shoes, the company will send you a refund.