Sigma Pi Apparel & Merchandise
Sigma Pi is a fraternity that was founded on February 26, 1897 at Vincennes University. The group now has more than 5,000 undergraduate members and 110,000 alumni spread across 233 chapters. If you're a proud Sigma Pi member, you can show off your Greek pride with Sigma Pi clothing, gifts, jewelry, paddles, flags and more, all from your favorite Greek store.
Sigma Pi Apparel
Greek Gear is the go-to choice for high-quality Sigma Pi apparel. We carry Sigma Pi shirts, sweatshirts and much more, all made from materials that are college-friendly. Wash and wear your favorite shirts over and over without worry because at Greek Gear, we choose only the best quality cotton for our T-shirts and tanks. Heading outdoors? Make sure you pack a Sigma Pi jacket so you can stay dry if the weather turns wet. If you can wear it, we probably carry it in a Sigma Pi version you'll be proud to own.
Sigma Pi Merchandise
Sigma Pi members know how important it is to constantly show off their letters. Sometimes a T-shirt just isn't enough to get the point across that you're proud of your fraternity. In cases like this, we recommend a Sigma Pi cup, keychain or lavaliere, all featuring your group's Greek letters along with a lavender, white and gold theme. We even carry cups with your Sigma Pi fraternity crest so nobody will question your loyalty while you hydrate.
Get your hands on your favorite Greek designs when you shop at Greek Gear. When you shop with Greek Gear, it's like having a full Sigma Pi store right at your fingertips. Order online for convenience, variety and fast shipping.
Sigma Pi FAQs:
- What year was Sigma Pi founded? Sigma Pi was founded on February 26, 1897 at Vincennes University.
- What are Sigma Pi's colors? Sigma Pi's colors are lavender, white and gold.
- What is Sigma Pi's symbol? Sigma Pi's symbol is the owl.
- What are the most popular Sigma Pi brothers? Notable alumnae of the famed fraternity include country music star Tracy Lawrence, former CEO of the Miami Dolphins, Mike Dee, co-founder of Fisher-Price, Herman Fisher, music executive Barry Weiss, former Arkansas governor, Mike Beebe.