We offered the governor-turned-presidential-candidate-turned-governor 10 ways to pay off his million dollar (minus some) campaign debt. He’s already selling t-shirts at random sizes packed by random, probably coffee-stained hands. And while we don’t dispute that the shirts could be used by pro-Walker motorcyclists as headwraps, the world of Walker merch is so much broader. As it happens, a slew of companies created Walker paraphernalia during the narrow window through which Walker commanded his brief campaign, and they’re still for sale. Prices range from $16.95 for a baby onesie celebrating how Walker defeated “entrenched public sector unions at the ballot box five times in four years in a blue state” to $67.99 for this photo where the candidate autographed his armpit.