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Mason / Freemason Apparel & Merchandise

The Freemasons - or just Masons for short - are one of the largest fraternal organizations in the world. In fact, there are over two million Masons living in the United States alone. Unlike other fraternal organizations, the Masons are not restricted to college campuses, with members spanning a range of ages, occupations and social statuses. With such a large and varied membership, it's only natural that Greek Gear would celebrate the Masons with a large variety of apparel, accessories and paraphernalia.

Freemasons Factions

The Freemasons are a fraternal organization and throughout the years, the group has divided into two factions. Regular Freemasonry follows a more traditional model, where only men can join and members should believe in a Supreme Being, though the discussion of politics and religion within the lodge is prohibited. Continental Freemasonry is a bit more progressive and has removed nearly all of the restrictions of Regular Freemasonry, allowing for a broader, more diverse membership.

Masonic Merchandise

For members of the fraternal organization, wearing a Masonic symbol or otherwise advertising your affiliation is a matter of pride. Greek Gear makes it easy to show off your Masonic side with a variety of merchandise including shirts, accessories, dress items, bags and much more. We even carry novelty items like Masonic license plates and keychains. At Greek Gear, we take pride in offering one of the largest selections of Masonic shirts, Freemason clothing and other Masonic gear for Masons like you.

Shop at Greek Gear for the best selection of high-quality Freemason apparel, merchandise and gift items. You'll love our selection, low prices and dedication to your favorite fraternal organization. For questions about a product we carry or for help ordering, give our customer service team a shout using our online contact form.

Freemasons FAQs:

  • What do the Masons do? Freemasonry teaches the importance of helping others and community service can be a big part of being a Mason. Lodges also teach members to become better people through guided self-improvement.
  • Can anyone be a Freemason? No. You need to be over 18 and in some jurisdictions, you must also be a male and believe in a Supreme Being. All Masons / Freemasons must also have a sound reputation and be recommended by one or more current members. Your local Lodge may have different or additional membership requirements.
  • What is a Mason / Freemasons symbol? The Freemasons symbol is a square and compass surrounding an eye. The meaning is thought to be quite literal, with the square representing morality, the compass being the moral compass and the eye representing the All Seeing Eye.
  • What are the most popular Mason / Freemason? There have been many popular and well-known Freemasons throughout the years including Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Winston Churchill, Franklin D. Roosevelt, J. Edgar Hoover and Henry Ford. Even Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a Mason. Due to the secretive nature of the fraternity, popular actors and pop culture icons are often suspected of being a Mason, but typically without confirmation. The Hollywood Lodge is one of the largest and most impressive Freemasons Lodges, suggesting a healthy membership in the area.



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