As the long, very long presidential campaign season kicks into high gear, you can now buy yourself gear to show your support for your favorite candidate in creative ways, as some of your favorite 'pols' eschew the traditional and get creative with their merchandising.
A sense of humor and 'hipness' in person and in one's swag seem prerequisites these days to be considered presidential material.
Jeb Bush launched an online swag store with a few unexpected items, like this "vintage tank," which aims to show that the former Florida Governor didn't always look the way he does currently.
"He may be a clean-cut grandfather now, but back in the 70's, Jeb had a sideburn-mustache combo that would make Burt Reynolds blush," reads the tank's official description. "Wear this tank on South Beach to make sure he doesn't forget it."
By CBSNews.com senior photo editor Radhika Chalasani
Ever since Republican candidate Jeb Bush launched a campaign store in August 2015, he's been catching tons of flack on social media for one of the items in his store: a guacamole bowl.
The caption reads, "Jeb and Columba love whipping up guacamole on Sunday Funday. Now, you can get in on the act with this 'Guaca Bowle.' Jeb's secret guacamole recipe not included...yet."
It's not the fact that the former Florida Governor is selling a guacamole bowl that has the internet talking. It's the fact that he's selling one for $75. What's next, one Twitter user commented, an $800 sombrero?
The red t
The Jeb 2016 store also features a red t-shirt that says, "My dad is the greatest man I've ever known. And if you don't think so, we can step outside," an obvious reference to his presidential dad, former President George H.W. Bush. Guess brother, former president George W. Bush, didn't rate his own t-shirt.
Future voter onesie
Though all the candidates are going for the youth vote, this cutie isn't quite old enough to cast her ballot. However, her parents can still have her sporting the "H" onesie for leading Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Giant Rand Paul birthday card
Speaking of gifts, there's the "Giant Rand Paul Birthday Card." At three feet tall, it's not quite life-size, but it's close enough.
This item comes with a description that says, "Hip-Hip-Hooray! Shout out your Donald J Trump for President message." There's an optional set of pom poms you can purchase to go with the mini seven inch megaphones. One would've assumed Trump would've gone for mega mega-phones since he does everything in a big way.
You know you wannabe
Not to be left out, Republican candidate Bernie Sanders is appealing to the younger, hipper voting crowd with his "Vote Bernie ... you know you wannabe," bumper stickers. It's car safe and union-printed.
Morning in America mug
Channeling President Reagan, the Ted Cruz campaign appears to have referenced the famous "It's morning again in America" political ad with the slogan on this $20 made in American coffee mug. Since they're both Republicans it's all in the family.
Republican candidate Mike Huckabee is going for more traditional, suburban merchandise with the "Hope for Higher Ground" yard sign.
Santorum travel mug
The official Santorum gear for the 2016 campaign has taken a more conservative hue this time around in both style and budget. Each purchase will be made to order through Zazzle now.
Hillary Clinton has long joined in the fun, making jokes about her affection for pantsuits. And now, she's taken it a step further by offering up for sale "The Everyday Pantsuit Tee."
Clinton has even incorporated a reference into her social media profile, referring to herself as a "pantsuit aficionado."
Don't Drone Me, Bro shirt
Not to be outdone by the Hillary camp in the clothing department, Rand Paul offers a t-shirt described as a "classic for any Rand Paul supporter." This "Don't Drone Me, Bro" t-shirt immortalizes the words of a supporter.
Dream beer stein
With this "Dream Beer Stein," you can toast to your love for Rand Paul and America ... works for July 4th.
Stitch by stitch throw pillow
Lest one forget that Clinton is aiming to be the first female president, this "Woman's place is in the White House" throw pillow will keep your eyes on the prize.
Rand Paul eye chart
This unsubtle store item reminds voters that candidate Rand Paul is also Dr. Rand Paul, an ophthalmologist. The online store tells the voting public that Paul "has corrected the vision of thousands and now will do the same thing in the White House."
Since Hillary Clinton is thought of by many as a frontrunner, Republican candidates are taking aim at her in more ways than one; this "Hindsight Eyechart" reminds Rand Paul supporters of Clinton's role in Benghazi.
Progress pint glass set
These glass tumblers are proudly "Made from 100% shattered glass ceilings," one more girl-power reminder.
All the merchandise for sale by the campaign is clearly labeled "Union Made in America," to boot.
Hillary's hard drive
"You've read about it on the news, now you can get one for yourself," says the "Hillary" section of the Randpaul.com site - "Hillary's Hard Drive. 100% genuine erased clean email server."
Rand hand fans
As the campaigns heat up, these Rand hand fans, in a set of 6, may come in 'handy'.
Hillary pantsuit lapel pin
Of course, one needs a pantsuit lapel pin to go with the pantsuit tee. No mention of a discount for buying both items though.
Hillary gift card
And if you really can't make up your mind about which Hillary paraphernalia is right for your family or friends, there's a gift card option.
Rand on a stick
In case you're missing the candidate, for $30 you get to carry him around everywhere ..."Rand on a Stick."
Rand Paul sandals
A great item for your Summer 2015 wardrobe.
NSA spy cam blocker
It's hard to not be reminded of the Rand Paul filibuster for privacy from the NSA, when you purchase this "NSA Spy Cam Blocker."
Why choose which Rand Paul "Winning Tee" from the contest to buy when you can purchase all four as a package deal. Just three more will get you a full set for the week.
"We the People" phone case
Patriotism, politics, and telecommunications go hand in hand with this "We the People" phone case.