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VERSION 2017 JAN042 - Trunk Test ProtocolTest PropertyTest MethodTest Principle / RequirementsCalifornia Proposition 65Visual InspectionCitation: California Health & Safety Code, Sec. 25210.925210.12All samples shall be reviewed against the requirements of the J. Crew California Proposition 65 protocol to determine if additional testing orlabeling is required. Please refer to supplemental Prop 65 Protocol.Phthalates #* (for soft plastic only; except waxed / coated cotton)California Proposition 65All samples shall be reviewed against the requirements of the J. Crew California Proposition 65 protocol to determine if additional testing orlabeling is required. Please refer to supplemental Prop 65 Protocol.16 CFR 1500.3(c)(6) (vi), 16 CFR 1500.44& 16 CFR 1500.83 (Modified)Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances ActModification: Ceramic and metal items are not tested unless requested. Burn rate: or one-tenth of an inch per second along its major axis.Base testChemical / AnalyticalFlammabilityFlammability of Solids(for Crewcuts only)LabelingVisual InspectionCitation: 19 CFR 134.11 & 19 CFR 134.33Visual InspectionCitation: California Business & Professions Code, Sec. 2220022205, MA 105 CMR 630.000, 10 NY ADC 12.12, RI Code 119-16 & VA Code 18.2-320Visual InspectionCitation: 16 CFR 701Visual InspectionCitation: 16 CFR 500-503Unless exempted, every article of foreign origin (or its container) imported into the United States shall be marked with the name of thecountry of origin.TS - 030 Edition 5.0 / Lab In-house methodPoint of Purchase documentation shall meet language and clarity requirements.Defect TestVisual InspectionSample shall have no discernible surface degradation.WorkmanshipVisual InspectionSample is checked for workmanship in "as received" condition and shall be free of major cosmetic defects.Sharp Edges test16 CFR 1500.49 (d) (Modified)Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances ActSharp Points test16 CFR 1500.48 (d) (Modified)Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances ActCountry of Origin MarkingPlastic Bag Suffocation WarningInterpretations of Magnuson-Moss Warranty ActLabeling on PackagingProduct Documentation ReviewShall meet labeling and warning requirements for the states of California, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island, and Virginia.Warranties are not required. However, if a warranty is included with the product, the warranty must be in writing and must contain all of theinformation prescribed by the Act.Consumer commodities shall meet labeling requirements for product identity, name, address, net quantity and weight/mass.Quality & workmanshipModification: as-received condition only. Because this test is for items which falloutside the scope and age grade (under 8 years of age) of this section of the CFR, theresult of this test is reported for reference only; the result is not rated. Sample is assessed in as-received condition only, and anynonfunctional hazardous sharp edges are noted.Modification: as-received condition only. Because this test is for items which falloutside the scope and age grade (under 8 years of age) of this section of the CFR, theresult of this test is reported for reference only; the result is not rated. Sample is assessed in as-received condition only, and anynonfunctional hazardous sharp edges are noted.Last Revised by : Simon Tse (Jan 19, 2017)Approved by : Karen Ljucovic

VERSION 2017 JAN042 - Trunk Test ProtocolTest PropertyTest MethodTest Principle / RequirementsPerformanceCycle Usage Test: 100 CyclesTS - 111 Edition 8.0 / Lab In-House MethodRolling ResistanceA-A 52511, Sec. 2.3.2 (Modified)Year: 1995Sample shall operate as intended after 100 cycles.Note: As applicable to locks.Modification: If no labeled claim, then load with the following criteria, 50 lbs (22.6 kg) for full size luggage, 25 lbs (11.3 kg) for overheadluggage. Test is performed on all wheels, not just caster wheels.When the unit is loaded to rated capacity, it shall be capable of being pushed or towed on dry, smooth level concrete surfaces with amaximum force no greater than 2.25 percent of rated load plus the weight of the unit.Strength Properties:Side SeamASTM D1683Bottom SeamASTM D1683Zipper SeamASTM D1683Handle Strength @ 45 ASTM D1683Handle StrengthASTM D1683Reinforced Stress PointsASTM D1683Tensile StrengthASTM D5034SnapsAttachment StrengthSnapping / Unsnapping ForceButton Attachment StrengthZipper PerformanceOperability (Open / Closed)Cross Widthwise StrengthScoop PullTop StopBottom StopAbrasion Resistance - FabricCRELuggage less than 24” - 25 Lbs. / In. (Min.),24” and up - 40 Lbs. / In. (Min.)CRELuggage less than 24” - 25 Lbs. / In. (Min.),24” and up - 40 Lbs. / In. (Min.)CRELuggage less than 24” - 25 Lbs. / In. (Min.),24” and up - 40 Lbs. / In. (Min.)CRE25 Lbs. (Min.)CRE25 Lbs. (Min.)CRE25 Lbs. / In. (Min.)CRE50 Lbs. / In. (Min.)ASTM D4846 (Modified)ASTM D4846 (Modified)ASTM D7142 (Modified)17 Lbs. for 10 secondsMin. 2 Lbs. Max. 8 Lbs.17 Lbs. for 10 secondsASTM D2062ASTM D2061ASTM D2061ASTM D2061ASTM D2061CRE Max. 5 Lbs.CRE 50 Lbs. (Min.)CRE 10 Lbs. (Min.)CRE 20 Lbs. (Min.)CRE 20 Lbs. (Min.)ASTM D3886Min. 300 cycles (Abrasive paper 60 grit under 1 lb. loading.)Last Revised by : Simon Tse (Jan 19, 2017)Approved by : Karen Ljucovic

VERSION 2017 JAN042 - Trunk Test ProtocolTest PropertyTest MethodTest Principle / RequirementsEvenly distribute the appropriate maximum value into the suitcase. Close and fully fasten the suitcase. The suitcase shall be raised to aheight of 0.6 0.1 m and dropped so that one of its corners will impact the floor surface (smooth concrete or similar). Assess visually andrecord any damage that has been caused to the following scale:5 – Light superficial marking to exterior, no internal damage.4 – Moderate superficial marking to exterior, light superficial damage to interior.3 – Heavy marking on exterior, superficial permanent damage to main structure.2 – Cracked or broken structure wheeling system or components.1 – Case opens / bursts revealing contents.- If sample has not been excessively damaged, repeat drop on the same corner.- If the sample has still not been excessively damaged, repeat the drop procedure on other seven corners.Luggage Drop testLab In-house methodSalt Spray Test:5% Salt Solution, 12 hoursASTM B117 (Modified)Year: 2011Water And Stain Repellency:Surface Water RepellencyAATCC 22Water ResistanceAATCC 35Oil ResistancePerformance TestNickel spot test (qualitative)finished products only (touchable)AATCC 118TS - 060 Edition 4.0 / Lab In-House MethodCR 12471Shall be no damage to zippers, wheels, trolley systems and any other similar attachments(See Table 1 for maximum value into the suitcase)Modification: Changed from 24 hours to 12 hours. The item shall function as intended, and there shall be no corrosion or major discolorationafter 12 hours of exposure to a 5% salt solution.Note: Metal components onlyMin. 80 (AATCC Standard Spray Test Rating)Min. shower-proof rating (30 sec. 2 Ft. water)Max. 1.0 grams water penetrationMin. No. 4 oil - Must passSample shall perform as intended and meet all verifiable labeled claims. Unverifiable claims are reported.Touchable metal components – negative test resultsIf results are Positive, proceed to nickel release test on request.Last Revised by : Simon Tse (Jan 19, 2017)Approved by : Karen Ljucovic

VERSION 2017 JAN042 - Trunk Test ProtocolTest PropertyTest MethodTest Principle / RequirementsLight #AATCC 16.3 (Option 3)Crocking #AATCC 8 / 116Static Wetting #AATCC 107Minimum 3.0 @ 20 hours.General: Dry 4.0, Wet 3.0Dark colors: Dry 4.0, Wet 2.0Pigments / Overdye / Garment Dye / Indigo Dye / Sulphur Black / Denim / Raised Fabrics (Corduroy, Velour, Velvet, Peached, Sanded,Brushed, Moleskin): Dry 3.0, Wet 2.0Color change: 4.0; staining: 4.0; self staining: 4.5Color FastnessAdults : Additional Testing as requiredTotal Lead Containing Paint/Surface Coating #* CPSC-CH-E1003-09.1Citation: 16 CFR 1303 or 90 ppmNOTE: This method applies to all consumer products with wet paint and/or other similar surface coating materials that are outside thescope of 16 CFR 1303.Safety Test For CrewcutsSmall partsSharp Accessible Edges TestSharp Accessible Points TestBite Test: 18-36 MonthsCompression TestImpact Test16 CFR 1500.50 & 16 CFR 1501Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances Act16 CFR 1500.49Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances Act16 CFR 1500.48Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances Act16 CFR 1500.52 (Modified)Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances Act16 CFR 1500.51-53Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances Act16 CFR 1500.51-53Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances ActApplicable products for children (including removable, liberated components or fragments of said products) shall not be smallenough, without being compressed, to fit entirely within the small parts cylinder, before and after use and abuse testing.Shall have no accessible, potentially hazardous sharp edges before and after appropriate use and abuse testing.Shall have no accessible, potentially hazardous sharp points before and after appropriate use and abuse testing.Items intended for children 48 to 96 months (4-8 years) of age may contain accessible, potentially hazardous functional sharp points but arerequired to carry safety labeling. Functional sharp points are expressly prohibited in items intended for children under 48 months (4 years)of age.Modification: All hazardous conditions resulting from the bite test shall be rated as a failure.No potentially hazardous conditions (sharp points, sharp edges, or small parts) shall be detected.No hazards shall result when the sample is subjected to the applicable compression force as determined by age grade.No hazards shall result when the sample is subjected to the applicable impact as determined by age grade.Tension Test16 CFR 1500.51-53Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances ActAny projection, or assembly that a child can grasp with at least the thumb and forefinger or the teeth shall be subject to this test.The tension test shall be performed on the same components subjected to the torque test described in torque test for kids.Tensile force 15 lbs. shall be applied evenly, within a period of 10 sec, parallel to the major axis of the test component.No detached, breakage or damage was found.Torque Test16 CFR 1500.51-53Citation: Federal Hazardous Substances ActAny projection, or assembly that a child can grasp with at least the thumb and forefinger or the teeth shall be subject to this test.4 in.lbf for 10 Sec. 180 at clockwise and counter clockwise directions.No detached, breakage or damage was found.Chemical / AnalyticalCPSIA Total Lead in Accessible Substrate Material: Non-MetalChildrens Products #* CPSIA Total Lead in Accessible Substrate Material: MetalChildrens Products & Jewelry #* CPSC-CH-E1002-08.3Citation: 16 CFR 1500.87-91CPSC-CH-E1001-08.3Citation: 16 CFR 1500.87-91Total Lead Containing Paint/Surface Coating #* CPSC-CH-E1003-09.1Citation: 16 CFR 1303Max.100ppmMax.100ppmMax. 90 ppm1) Wet paint and/or other similar surface coating materials 2) Toys and children's products that bear paint and/or similar surface coatingmaterials 3) Furniture that bears paint and/or similar surface coating materials.CanadaAnalytical / Chemical (for Children only)Canada: Total Lead in Surface Coating Materials * Surface Coating on:Health Canada Method C02.21) Furniture and other articles for children: or 90 mg/kg (ppm) of total lead.Citation: Surface Coating Materials Regulations SOR/2005-1092) Pencils and artists’ brushes: or 90 mg/kg (ppm) of total lead.Last Revised by : Simon Tse (Jan 19, 2017)Approved by : Karen Ljucovic

VERSION 2017 JAN042 - Trunk Test ProtocolTest PropertyTest MethodTest Principle / RequirementsAdditional Tests For J.Crew, Crewcuts & Madewell start from FA15 (Exclude Outlet)Quality & WorkmanshipMechanical & physical Test*(for Crewcuts only)EN 71-1shall comply with the standard.Note: report result as PASS / FAIL. Small part should be failure at all ages.Chemical / AnalyticalAzo Dye Analysis #* (Test at all color fabric except white and PFD textile fabric)Cadmium * #(Test at Plastic item/ All surface coatings)Nickel Release *(for touchable Metal components)Perfluorooctane Sulfonates (PFOS) *(Fabric With Claimed Water/ Oil/ Soil Resistance)Textile method: BS EN 14362-1Leather method: EN ISO 17234-1Plastic item: BS EN 1122All surface coatings: Lab In-House MethodEN 1811 & EN 12472:2005 A1:2015Citation: REACH Regulation (EC) 552/2009 Amending1907/2006, Annex XVII, Entry 43Lab In-house method 30 mg/kgCoating : or 1,000 mg/kgOthers : or 100 mg/kg 0.88 Pass 0.88 Fail 1 µg/m²Note:1. * Additional cost2. # Additional color package3. Max. 3 combine to 1 at same material. If positive/inconclusive result was found in composed sample. We will automatically separate retest of each component in order to determine the individual compliance of each component in the sample.Last Revised by : Simon Tse (Jan 19, 2017)Approved by : Karen Ljucovic

ASTM D4846 (Modified) ASTM D4846 (Modified) 17 Lbs. for 10 seconds Min. 2 Lbs. Max. 8 Lbs. Button Attachment Strength ASTM D7142 (Modified) 17 Lbs. for 10 seconds Zipper Performance Operability (Open / Closed) Cross Widthwise Strength Scoop Pull Top Stop Bottom Stop ASTM D2062 ASTM D2061 ASTM D2061 ASTM D20