So on a different thread regarding Zach Levet signing a deal with Hoka, someone questioned if that was the kid that was selling custom Nike embroidered apparel. The link to the following site was posted:
In a previous Levet video, he was talking about his monthly income and where it all comes from. He mentioned that he makes quite a bit of money from an embroidering company with a friend. Details were extremely vague and he didn’t post any links to anything. Why wouldn’t he want to take advantage of his viewer base to increase sales? The income video has either been deleted or switched to private. Why would he do that if there was nothing to hide?
In this picture that Levet posted on Instagram, he is seen with an embroidering machine. Doesn’t seem suspicious at first glance.
But what if you take a closer look at what is being embroidered? Appears to be a Nike logo and the word itself, ‘NIKE’.
His name isn’t attached to the site in any way, but the rumor is that he works with his friend and old high school teammate who runs for Virginia Tech, Bashir Mosavel-Lo. The seller’s name from the embroidering site listed above is “Sahal”. Both Zach and Bashir are from Virginia, and the website shows that the product ships from Henrico, VA on the outside of Richmond.
Here is a picture of one of the reviews on the site that mentioned the buyer was specifically asking for a space themed Nike logo. That means they are embroidering the Nike name and logo on to apparel, not just buying Nike apparel and adding to it.
And here is my last piece of evidence. Many buyers complained about shipping taking way too long, sometimes over a month. Sounds like something that lazy Levet would do.
Letsrunners on the case!