OSM Surveyors Jacket
The OSM Surveyors Jacket is a high-visibility vest with OpenStreetMap logos and the word "Surveyor" written across the back. It's great for advertising the project when you are out and about, as well as poking fun at "proper" surveyors and giving an air of authority to mapping activities.
They were originally produced in 2008 by Graham Smith. For more details see . Over the years new batches have been produced and shipped around the world. Perhaps the most famous recipient of a vest is on Wikipedia - the inventor of the world-wide web - after an enthusiastic TED talk promoting OpenStreetMap in February 2009.
There is no option for individual purchase. The OpenCycleMap shop was closed in January 2016.
Also see OpenStreetMap Surveyor was here stickers designed to go with these.
OpenStreetMap France have some bright yellow high-vis vests with an OSM logo and french slogan printed on the back.