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I was watching a video on YouTube recently, and it was a talk by Mr. Rory Alsop (a moderator on Stack Exchange site Information Security). The guy was wearing a Information Security T-shirt. Does Stack Overflow have such T-shirts and if yes where can we buy them?

From the link in the comment:

We'll continue to make swag, and continue to gift it to people in special circumstances, but you won't be able to purchase it anymore.

Special circumstances?

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@CodyGray what are the special circumstances –  Shurmajee Apr 3 '13 at 6:19
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extreme awesomeness. –  Cody Gray Apr 3 '13 at 6:36
    
@CodyGray Any reason you fellows don't want to just license SO and SE designs to something like CafePress? I could sure use a tshirt & mug! –  Carl Witthoft Sep 22 '13 at 0:45

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Yes, special circumstances, such as site anniversaries (not just Stack Overflow, but on several other sites as well), and official events set in the physical world.

You cannot purchase official Stack Overflow T-shirts anymore. As implied from your quote, the Stack Exchange store has ceased operations.

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Yes, there is no longer an official store that sells t-shirts. However Stack Exchange occasionally distributes t-shirts for official events.

One example of such special events is the one Super User recently had for the launch of Windows 8. Me and others got this t-shirt for participating in the event.

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I got a t-shirt (I deleted the email, but I think it was sent by Tim Post and I think the gift was from the SE team) after running for the mod election, so I guess anniversaries.

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@Qantas94Heavy I got it like 3 weeks after, the tag read: "Made in Haitii". I think they ship it from NY? –  The Wobbuffet Apr 12 at 15:28

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