Brown Shoe Company, Inc., of St. Louis, Mo., has recalled their Naturalizer “Dare” Women’s Dress Shoes. This includes about 6,100 pairs in the United States and 700 pairs in Canada. The heels of the shoes can lean to either side, posing a fall hazard when worn by consumers. They have received one report of a consumer in Canada who received a minor leg injury when she fell while wearing the shoes. This recall involves women’s faux patent leather dress shoes with the style name “Dare.” They have a three-inch heel, open toes and a decorative faux patent leather bow across the front. The shoes were sold in sizes 5M to 10M, 11M, 7W to 9W and in gray, nude, scarlet and black colors. “Naturalizer” is printed inside and on the bottom of the shoe. The following stock numbers are printed inside the shoes below the size number: A3279S1020 Dare (gray), A3279S1250 Dare (nude), A3279S1600 Dare (scarlet) and A3279S2001 Dare (black).
The shoes were sold exclusively by Naturalizer stores nationwide from July 2011 through November 2011 for between $25 and $50. Consumers should immediately stop wearing the shoes and return them to any Naturalizer store for a full refund. For additional information, contact Naturalizer toll-free at (888) 443-2019 anytime, visit its website at www.naturalizer.com, or email them at NaturalizerDare@BrownShoe.com.
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