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Wear your haplogroup!

Proudly display your haplogroup with a shirt featuring your haplogroup's migration pattern.

 

  • 100% combed and ring-spun cotton (heather colors contain polyester)
  • Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
  • Tear-away label, so no annoying shirt tags!

 

Size Guide S M L XL 2XL
Length (inches) 28 29 30 31 32
Width (inches) 18 20 22 24 26

 

Select your haplogroup: R1b, H, U5, M222, T, R1a, U2, N1c, M, I1, G2, E1b, W, V, K, J2, J1, J, I2, I, C A2

R1b

On the shores of the Atlantic the most common lineage is R1b, carried across the seas during the Age of Discovery. Let everyone know you belong to R1b with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of R1b.

 

H

Around the agriculture hearth was the greatness of Europe’s maternal lineage H made. Let everyone know you belong to H with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of H.

 

U5

U5 is a testament to the wisdom and strength of the daughters of the gatherers. Let everyone know you belong to U5 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of U5.

 

R1b-M222

Lords of the west, facing the ocean. The sons of Niall are legion upon the fields of the green isle. Let everyone know you belong to R1b-M222 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of R1b-M222.

 

T

Out of the Fertile Crescent the scythes of the mothers cut across Eurasia. Let everyone know you belong to T with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of T.

 

R1a

R1a is found in the South Asians, steppe nomads, and Russian nobility, and has spread widely across Eurasia. Let everyone know you belong to R1a with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of R1a.

 

U2

A great lineage from the Straits of Gibraltar to White Sea and the Bay of Bengal. Let everyone know you belong to U2 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of U2.

 

N1c

From the taiga and the tundra the men of N1c dominate from icy sea to icy sea. Let everyone know you belong to N1c with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of N1c.

 

M

The mothers of haplogroup M gave birth to the great civilizations of Asia. Let everyone know you belong to M with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of M.

 

I1

The dark forests of Europe after the Ice Age were dominated by hunters who bore I1. Let everyone know you belong to I1 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of I1.

 

G2

When the first farmers arrived on the shores of Europe from the Middle East, they were the sons of men who bore G2. Let everyone know you belong to G2 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of G2.

 

E1b

From the high veld, across torrid rainforests, and to the shores of the Mediterranean, E1b holds Africa in their hands. Let everyone know you belong to E1b with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of E1b.

 

W

A great gathering on the Baltic forests and sweeping across Eurasia, the scions of W sailed on the great sea of grass to the edges of the world. Let everyone know you belong to W with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of W.

 

V

From the cold north to the Pillars of Hercules, the foremothers of haplogroup V ranged across the edge of the ocean. Let everyone know you belong to V with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of V.

 

K

The ancestors of K swept across the Mediterranean from east to west, and trudged north into the heart of the misty cold north. Let everyone know you belong to K with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of K.

 

J2

From the highlands where Noah's ark settled, the men of J2 spread their civilization west and east. Let everyone know you belong to J2 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of J2.

 

J1

Traversing the narrow lands between desert and city, the men of J1 went on to propagate great faiths. Let everyone know you belong to J1 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of J1.

 

J

The mothers of J arose in Eden and brought forth the first harvests. Let everyone know you belong to J with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of J.

 

I2

In their Balkan mountain fastness the men who descend from I2 resisted all invaders. Let everyone know you belong to I2 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of I2.

 

I

During the depths of the Ice Age, the foremothers of haplogroup I expanded from the coldest shores of northern Europe and south to the Persian Gulf. Let everyone know you belong to I with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of I.

 

C

Haplogroup C bears the stamp of the sons of the conquerors, the Great Khan's scions. Let everyone know you belong to C with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of C.

 

A2

From Siberia to Patagonia, haplogroup A2 spans the great arc from ice to ice, north to south. Let everyone know you belong to A2 with a shirt featuring the migration pattern of A2.