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Sigma Alpha Epsilon Apparel & Merchandise




Welcome to Greek Gear's Sigma Alpha Epsilon apparel and merchandise page, your one-stop shop for all your fraternity favorites. We offer a huge selection of officially licensed Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity apparel and merchandise for the entire SAE family, designed to fit your lifestyle. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded in 1856 at the University of Alabama, but quickly became one of the largest and most easily recognizable national fraternities in North America with over 14,000 collegiate members across 220 chapters. The group's official colors are royal purple and gold, a color scheme that can be found in the Sigma Alpha Epsilon merch sold at Greek Gear.

Shop our selection of SAE merch and show your fraternity spirit every day. Stay on trend with SAE clothing such as pullover sweatshirts, crewneck tees, club polos or pique jogger pants that take you from class straight through to chapter. In addition to SAE apparel, you can also find a great array of accessories like hats and sunglasses that will complete any outfit and make it easy to show off your letters. Need to buy in bulk or do a little group ordering ahead of an event? It's easy when you shop at Greek Gear. The entire process is managed online - once orders are placed and shipped, we provide tracking codes so everyone knows when their packages will arrive. Shop now and get all your Sigma Alpha Epsilon merchandise at low prices from Greek Gear.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon FAQs:

  • What year was Sigma Alpha Epsilon founded? Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded on March 9, 1856 on the campus of the University of Alabama.
  • What are Sigma Alpha Epsilon's colors? The official colors are royal purple and old gold.
  • What is Sigma Alpha Epsilon's symbol? The Sigma Alpha Epsilon symbol is the lion.
  • What are the most popular Sigma Alpha Epsilon members? Notable alumni of the fraternity include musician Dierks Bentley, musician Nick Lachey, actor Beau Bridges, creator of the Gallup Poll George Gallup, NBC news anchor Chet Huntley and actor Fred Savage.