RECALL: DBX Glide Boys’ Ice Skates

About 600 pairs of DBX Glide boys’ ice skates have been recalled by the CPSC and Pronto Sports Inc. due to excessive lead levels. The skates were sold at Dick's Sporting Goods nationwide from September 2008 through December 2008.


According to the CPSC, surface paint on the ice skates contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.
The recalled youth adjustable boys’ ice skates are black with lime green and silver accents. “Glide” is printed on a rubber tag on the side of the skates. “DBX” and the DBX logo are located on the ice skate's ankle powerstrap, tongue, and heel.

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RECALL: DBX Glide Boys Ice Skates

About 600 pairs of DBX Glide boys ice skates have been recalled by The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the product's manufacturer, Pronto Sports Inc., of Anoka, Minn, due to excessive lead levels. The skates were sold at Dick's Sporting Goods nationwide from September 2008 through December 2008 for between $30 and $60.

According to the CPSC, surface paint on the ice skates contains excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard.

The recalled youth adjustable boys ice skates are black with lime green and silver accents. “Glide” is printed on a rubber tag on the side of the skates. “DBX” and the DBX logo are located on the ice skate's ankle powerstrap, tongue, and heel.

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Thomas J. Ryan

Thomas J. Ryan Senior Business Editor | SGB Media tryan@sgbonline.com | 917.375.4699

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