Linsanity dot-com website changes from selling Lin apparel to Coming Soon page

It looks like Andrew Slayton who coached Jeremy Lin at Palo Alto High School in California and who registered the domain in 2010, has opted to stop selling Lin-related apparel on the website.

As of today, instead of seeing t-shirts for sale with sayings like “Lin Your Face #17” like seen in the Google cache snapshot above, people going to will be greeted by nothing more than a “Coming Soon” page.

What appears to have prompted Andrew Slayton to take down the site is the potential for legal problems.

As a number of sites reported earlier this month, Andrew Slayton also filed to trademark (Serial Number: 85537764) the word “Linsanity” for athletic apparel — namely, shirts, pants, jackets, footwear, hats and caps, and athletic uniforms.

But this week, Jeremy Lin filed to trademark both “Linsanity” (Serial Number: 85541426) and his own name “Jeremy Lin” (Serial Number: 85541428). 

Jeremy’s own filings cover a much wider range of goods and services.

According to Whois records, Andrew Slayton is still the owner of

I’ve reached out to Andrew via e-mail to find out more information and will update this post if I hear back.

[Update 1 on February 20, 2012:   Andrew Slayton has unveiled a new look on that no longer sells Lin-related merchandise.]