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I did my search and found only this link, which is broken

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Newer Edit: The shop is closed again :(


Edit: This answer was quite out of date. There is a shop again that sells SO shirts, among other things


There was a store, but it was discontinued pretty fast. They're given out occasionally for miscellaneous things (e.g. the person who guessed when SO would hit 1m questions got one), but I think that's the only way now, they're not sold anymore

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You could make one yourself, lots of online places print t-shirts (not sure which country you're in, otherwise I'd pre-Google some links)

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-1: " Do not use our logo unless you have been granted special permission by Stack Overflow Inc." - trademark guidance page – Pops Oct 28 '10 at 15:54
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You could always print an anti-stackoverflow T-shirt. Parody is generally well protected in the US – Martin Beckett Oct 28 '10 at 16:29
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@mgb - a better parody would be some stackunderwear – tvanfosson Oct 28 '10 at 17:16
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@popular - you really think SO are gonna come after me for printing up the SO logo on a one-off t-shirt for the wife to wear in bed? I can understand if I'm flogging bootlegs but I think it's pretty obvious the OP is looking for something for 'personal use'. Your downvote is a bit extremist. – Kev Oct 28 '10 at 17:17
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@mgb: How about air quotes around the logo? – gnostradamus Oct 28 '10 at 17:21
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@Kev, I didn't say they'd come after you. But wrong is wrong, whether it's one t-shirt for personal use or ten thousand for what I can only assume is a burgeoning SO merch black market. (And, really, pyjamas for your wife? Are you that addicted to SO?) – Pops Oct 28 '10 at 17:28
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@popular - that was a joke to put my point across (does everyone under 30 take things so literally these days?). Anyway...I think me knocking up a t-shirt for knocking about around the house is fair use because, and I quote from the guidance page: "because you were not using it "in trade." – Kev Oct 28 '10 at 18:00
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@popular - pyjamas with "closed - off topic" on them perhaps? – Martin Beckett Oct 28 '10 at 18:26
    
@Popular - He wouldn't be selling it, would he? Would it be illegal to print out a StackOverflow page? Or should I email SO for special permission to use their logo on a print out? ;) – joshcomley Oct 29 '10 at 10:09
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@josh, you'll need a lawyer if you actually want to move this from "pithy comment thread" to "serious legal discussion." You mentioned the logo, I pointed out that some logo guidance exists. That's all. Since I am not a lawyer, I'll leave it at that. – Pops Oct 29 '10 at 13:09
    
@Kev I wasn't sure before, but now, Anna Lear says so. – Pops Dec 6 '12 at 19:20
    
stackunderwear....really? – OluCode Sep 25 '15 at 16:35

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