The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced a shoe recall.
About 1,860 Khaite high-heel sandals have been recalled after reports that the heels can come off, posing a fall hazard, the CPSC reported.
The sandals were part of the Spring-Summer 2024 collection and were sold under the names Linden Sandal, Louisa Strappy Sandal and Seigel Heel Sandal.
The shoes were described with the following model numbers printed on the bottom of the shoeboxes:
- Seigel Heel Sandal, model F3057-803-121, natural, novelty material
- Seigel Heel Sandal, model F3057-726-200, black, suede
- Louisa Strappy Sandal, model F3053-809-200, black, leather
- Louisa Strappy Sandal, model F3053-809-100, white, leather
- Louisa Strappy Sandal, model F3053-726-826, violet, suede
- Linden Sandal, model F3047-808-362, sapphire, novelty material
- Linden Sandal, model F3047-803-121, natural, novelty material
- Linden Sandal, model F3047-790-905, khaki, leather
- Linden Sandal, model F3047-783-170, warm white, leather
- Linden Sandal, model F3047-780-580, scarlet red, patent leather
Khaite is printed on the soles of the shoes, which sold for between $920 and $1,080 a pair.
If you have the shoes, you’re being told not to wear them and to contact Khaite for a full refund if you bought them directly from the company. If you bought them through a third-party retailer, return them to that store for a refund or store credit.
The shoes were sold at such stores as Bergdorf Goodman, Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Net-a-porter.com and MatchesFashion.com from October 2022 through July 2023, the CPSC said.
You can email Khaite for instructions on how to return the sandals for free and to get your refund.
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