Celebrate more than 150 years of tradition with Pi Kappa Alpha apparel and merch from Greek Gear. We're your Pi Kappa Alpha shop for Greek-lettered Pike fraternity apparel, Pike shirts and economically priced Pike merch.
Pi Kappa Alpha Top Sellers
Order a Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity wallet, long-sleeved Greek letter tees or other Pi Kappa Alpha top sellers. Our popular classic Pi Kappa Alpha Oxford shirt is a must-have addition to your closet for date nights and job interviews. This relaxed-fit shirt in white or light blue is a button-down with your Greek letters embroidered above the front chest pocket.
See our best-selling snapback flat bill Greek letter hats, retro tees and Greek letter decals. Our embroidered Greek letters Pi Kappa Alpha graduation sash stole can be customized with your graduation class year.
Frat House Essentials and Gifts
Find Pike favorites in Greek letters fraternity house flags, banners and student supplies printed with Pi Kappa Alpha letters or emblems. On a tight budget? Shop our Pi Kappa Alpha Merch Sales Page for deep discounts on Pike shirts, gifts and more.
A welcome gift for a pledge or graduate is our Pi Kappa Alpha Collectors Ceramic Stein with the Pike crest and Greek letters printed on the tankard. Other favorite gifts for graduation or holidays are gold-plated Greek letters cufflinks, Pike-theme holiday ornaments, totes and briefcases.
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Pi Kappa Alpha FAQs:
- What year was Pi Kappa Alpha founded? Pi Kappa Alpha was founded in 1868 at the University of Virginia.
- What are Pi Kappa Alpha's colors? The fraternity's official colors are garnet and old gold.
- What is Pi Kappa Alpha's symbol? Pi Kappa Alpha's symbols are an oak tree, a shield, a diamond, a dagger and a key.
- What are the most popular Pi Kappa Alpha members? Notable alumni brothers of Pi Kappa Alpha include the founder of monster.com, Jeff Taylor, the CFO of Spotify, Paul Vogel, a slew of politicians, musician Tim McGraw, comedian Jon Stewart and Richard J. Seitz, the Lieutenant General of the United States Army.