A shoe manufacturer is recalling footwear made for children because the products have high levels of lead.

The recall includes about 21,000 Classic Scuffproof Boots made by The Timberland Company. The logo stamped onto the insoles of the children's boots contain excessive levels of lead, violating the federal lead paint standard. So far, nobody has been hurt.

This recall involves children's Timberland 6" Classic Scuffproof boots. The boots are wheat-colored leather and were sold in toddler size 4 through junior size 7. The model numbers are 34772, 34872 and 34972. The manufacturer date code numbers are 6456, 6556, 6656, 6756 and 6856. The numbers are printed below the size on a white tag inside the boots.

The boots were sold at shoe stores and specialty retailers nationwide from June 2009 through October 2009 for between $50 and $70.

If you have the boots, take the recalled boots away from children and contact Timberland to receive free replacement insoles for the boots. For additional information, contact Timberland at (800) 445-5545 or visit www.timberland.com.