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Scarpa F1 Evo Ski Boot Recall

Scarpa Evo F1 Ski BootScarpa recalls F1 Evo Ski Boots due to potential accidental switch from SKI to WALK mode in their TRONIC mechanism. No injuries have been reported. This is a voluntary recall by Scarpa.

Below is content from Scarpa's Recall Announcement. OSI is not responsible for this information.*  

 





Scarpa announced a voluntary recall of their F1 Evo and F1 Evo WMN Ski Boot.

The recall is precautionary. No known injuries have been reported.

Recall Date: February 2, 2015

Reason for Recall: Risk of falling while skiing due to an accidental switch in the TRONIC mechanism from SKI to WALK mode.

Remedy: Customers have been advised by Scarpa to stop using the boots and return them to the place of purchase.

F1 Evo Item Code: 12162-510/1

F1 Evo WMN Item Code: 12162-502/1

Further Information: Product Recall Announcement

Contact: marketing@scarpa.net

 


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on 2/5/15
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