Rand Paul launched 2016 presidential campaign and online campaign store Tuesday, and it is without a doubt, unlike any online presidential campaign store in the history of online presidential campaign stores. There's of course the usual items, like t-shirts, bumper stickers, and lawn signs, but there's a lot more.

Of course, you can't just buy as much as you want from Paul's store, because your purchases count towards your contribution limits, which in 2015-2016 is $2,700 per election, per candidate. Here's how much you can buy of Paul's hottest's items:

Rand Paul Navy Socks

How much they cost: $15 per pair
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 180 pairs

Rand Paul Beats Headphone Skins

How much they cost: $20 for a set of three (red, white, and blue)
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 405

Stand With Rand Car Mats

How much they cost: $70
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 38

Rand Paul Flip Flops (yes, this guy is actually selling flip-flops with his name on them)

How much they cost: $20 per pair
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 135 pairs

Rand on a Stick

How much they cost: $35 for a set of 12
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 925

Don't Drone Me, Bro Shirt

How much they cost: $20
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 135

NSA spy cam blocker

How much they cost: $15
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 180

Giant Rand Paul Birthday Card

How much they cost: $35
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 77

Autographed Constitution by Rand Paul

How much they cost: $1,000
How many you can buy before reaching the contribution limit: 2

Surprisingly, Rand Paul turtlenecks are not for sale. Yet.