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LOS ANGELES – Sportswear giant Nike is facing a lawsuit after laboratory analysis of an Air Jordan duffle bag found its water-resistant coating contained PFAS.

The Ecological Alliance consumer group is suing the company because the bag did not carry a warning about the presence of PFAS, as required by the California Health and Safety code.

It says that the presence of the chemical is also in breach of Nike's commitment that PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) no longer featured in its products.

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