Our line of "Marine Family" shirts are unique designs created by the EGA Shop. The front of the shirts include the design shown below with your choice of family affiliation. The back of these shirts may be customized further with your choice of text for an additional fee. Most of the designs can be printed on additional products such as garden flags, car flags, ornaments, mouse pads, and cell phone covers as well. Click your favorite design and outfit your family!
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“America Calls Him/Her Marine, I call Him/Her ______” with
desert camo text and a brown gradient EGA.
This design features the text "Proud Marine Family" where you
can change "Family" to any family affiliation, such as "Dad",
"Mom", "Wife", etc. The "O" in "Proud" is replaced with an Eagle,
Globe, and Anchor.
This design features text "The Few The Proud The ______" with
an EGA and heart. Fill in the blank with family affiliation.
“Marine Corps _____” in a Camo textured font, where you decide
the family affiliation that fills the blank. Along with dogtags, the
design also reads “Proud of My/Our Marine.”
Proud Family design includes the Eagle, Globe and Anchor with a
golden brown gradient text. You choose a family affiliation or just
have “Proud Family” as the text.
Featuring "The Few The Proud" and the Eagle, Globe, and
Anchor in black and your choice of family affiliation.
Campaign ribbons: Desert Storm, Enduring Freedom, and Iraqi
Freedom. Specific to the United States Marine Corps or non-
branch specific applicable to any branch of the military.
This design features the text "Proud Marine Family" where you can replace family with another family affiliation, such as Mother, Father, Brother, etc. The word "Proud" is made out of the United States flag with silhouettes of Marines walking in front.
This grey design features the letters "USMC" separated by an
Eagle, Globe, and Anchor with "Proud Family" below, where you
replace "Family" with your affiliation. "1775" and an EGA are on
the left sleeve.
This design features the core values underneath "MARINES" and
the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor. Add your family affiliation above!
Proud ____ of a Marine on the front pocket and your choice of
scripture on the back.
Design featuring "USMC" with the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor and
"Proud Family" or your choice of affiliation below.
This ladies’ design features a scroll pattern with the text “Proud
Marine ______” with the Eagle, Globe and Anchor above on the
back of the shirt. There is a matching scroll pattern on the front left
of the shirt.
This design features the text "Proud Family of a US Marine" where
you can replace "Family" with another family affiliation, and
replace "of a US Marine" with "or 2 US Marines" etc.
This classic design features the EGA Shop’s version of the United
States Marine Corps Seal with text "Proud Family of a Marine"
where you may change "Family" to a specific affiliation.
Do you have a Marine protecting our country? Wear this design
with pride today! It features the Iwo Jima in front of a waving
Rosie the Riveter (from World War II Recruiting Posters), with
either "Proud Marine Mom" or "Proud Marine Wife", plus the Eagle,
Globe and Anchor.
Who Needs a Superhero when you have a Marine? You choose
EGA with stars and hearts in the style of a childrens’ drawing.
A word collage with the phrase: To the World My ______ is a
Marine, but to me, that Marine is My World. You fill in the blank
with the family affiliation that describes your Marine.
This yellow design features the Eagle, Globe, and Anchor with
"Marines" below and the text "The Few. The Proud. The Family."
where you can replace "Family" with other affiliations.
If your Marine is your hero, this is the shirt for you! My _____. My
Hero. My Marine. You choose the affiliation that describes your
Marine. Behind the text is a light grey line-drawn Eagle, Globe and
Stacked text reading “The Few. The Proud. The Family (or a
different family affiliation) of a United States Marine.”