Sen. Amy Klobuchar didn't have a hat on when she declared in the frigid Minnesota snow on Sunday that she had entered the race to become the Democratic Party's next presidential nominee.
But by Monday, those seeking Amy for America hats didn't have to look far, though they might have to shell out. Baseball caps are available on the campaign store, selling for a cool $29 each.
That's just a hair cheaper than the one for sale from Sen. Kamala Harris and a 15-plus percent price bump compared with the iconic red Make America Great Again cap President Donald Trump popularized during his own primary battle. Like the hat offered by former Housing Secretary Julian Castro, Trump's cap sells for $25.
Those looking online for an official hat from Sen. Cory Booker will have no such luck, at least not yet. Booker's store has a smattering of stickers and t-shirts, but no hats.
Two candidates appear not to have set up online stores at all. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and former Maryland Rep. John Delaney did not have links to e-stores available through their campaign pages Monday morning, and neither responded to a request for comment from CNBC.