hahahaha youre so mad about this and its really not a serious issue. yes, some unauthorized sneakers are made in the same factories and with very similar materials. but they do have distinctions and different production dates that make them distinguishable moreso than variations among nike approved pairs. if there was no distinction between authorized and unauthorized sneakers, it would be impossible to tell the difference and there would be no argument to be made. but because these shoes are not approved or even produced while under contract with nike, COLLECTORS will deem them as fake, regardless of how they were produced and with what materials.To reiterate that point, to MANY people, approval by Nike does matter, so showing people the differences between the two to help them distinguish between them really helps people decide what they prefer to buy
In the end, the purpose of this video was to help people who would like to purchase authentic, Nike approved sneakers to see the difference between the two. This video really has no affect on your decisions, so it ultimately doesnt matter, which is why I fail to see why you are so upset about the content of this video.