June 26, 2015

Question of the day: Is the consumer or the company at fault in the lululemon recall?

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

Athletic apparel retailer lululemon is recalling over 300,000 women's tops after reports of injuries from the  string being caught or pulled. 

So I hit the streets to see if you think the company or the consumer is at fault.


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commented 2015-06-26 19:03:12 -0400
Seems like common sense has taken a hike – in this case it’s the consumer. The last recall from Lulu Lemon (see thru leggings) was also a little strange – it would have been easy enough to check if the material on leggings had been changed (by weight) but it wouldn’t have hurt to buy a size bigger. I think Lulu Lemon maybe has some enemies out there ?