Columbia Sportswear is recalling 9,600 of its 2012 Omni-Heat heated jackets in the U.S. and 640 in Canada due to a problem with the heated inner wrist cuff, which can overheat and pose a burn hazard. These jackets have two battery packs located in inner pouches. To date, no incidents of overheating wrist cuffs have been reported in the U.S., while the company received reports of one incident in Europe and one in Canada. No injuries were reported. The recall involves seven models of men's and women's 2012 Omni-Heat electric heated jackets, made of polyester and featuring the Columbia name printed on the front upper-left side. In the men's collection, recalled models include the Circuit Breaker II jacket, the Electro AMP jacket, the Electro Interchange jacket and the Electric Big Game Interchange jacket. In the women's collection, recalled models include the Circuit Breaker II jacket, the Electro AMP jacket and the Electro Interchange jacket. These jackets were sold at Bass Pro Outdoor World, Dick's Sporting Goods and other major retailers and sporting or outdoor shops across the U.S., as well as online at Amazon.com and Columbia.com from May 2012 to January 2013, for between $250 and $1,200.