The Christmas jumper depicting Santa and what appears to be lines of cocaine that has been pulled from sale online in Canada by Walmart is the latest “product gone wrong” in 2019. The “Let It Snow” jumper was being offered by a third-party seller, the company said in a statement to American news organisation USA Today on Monday. “These jumpers, sold by a third-party seller on Walmart.ca (our website in Canada), do not represent Walmart’s values and have no place on our website,” the retail corporation said in the statement. “We have removed these products from our marketplace. We apologise for any unintended offence this may have caused.” Here are some of the year’s other fashion misfires: Adidas: In February, Adidas pulled a shoe it was selling in honour of Black History Month after the all-white running shoe was slammed on Twitter. The shoe, part of the company’s Ultraboost line, was included in a broader collection of clothing and trainers inspired by the Harlem Renaissance, but critics said the sneaker’s colour, and even the material apparently used to create it, made for a tone-deaf tribute. Burberry: During a show for the fashion brand’s autumn/winter 2019 collection at London Fashion Week in February, Burberry featured a hoodie with a noose around the neck. Gucci, part one: Also in February, the Italian fashion house faced backlash for an US$890 jumper that resembled blackface – the practice of a non-black performer using make-up to appear black. The company pulled the controversial jumper from stores after celebrities such as film director Spike Lee and rapper T.I. called for a boycott of the brand. Gucci, part two: In May, Gucci came under fire yet again for its US$790 “Indy Full Turban” that many social media users deemed cultural appropriation . The controversial product – which first hit the catwalks at Milan Fashion Week in February 2018 – had its name changed to “Indy Full Head Wrap”.