I was critical of rojo making such a big deal of this but when I read the article I was pleasantly surprised with it.
1) I did not know how they styled the shoes like other ones . Just found it interesting but it was clear this was a new technology not available to others and in my book a violation of the rules.
2) the Houston Astros analogy was one I hadn’t thought of. Baseball acted way after the fact but let the titles stand. I think an acknowledgment that it was a violation of the rules would be a good compromise
So the argument here is: an athlete wearing LEGAL shoes should be given the same treatment as an entire baseball organization knowingly installing cameras, technology devices, and elaborate communication systems to INTENTIONALLY CHEAT... Brojos, your "interpretation" of the rules is clearly biased with an unusually extreme hate for Nike. Wake up. VF's aren't going anywhere.