Patamokia T-Shirts

Patamoke is a fictional town on Maryland’s Eastern Shore in James Michener’s 1978 novel “Chesapeake.”

Patamokia is our Eastern Shore parody of the popular clothing brand logo depicting the  

mountain peak of Patagonia’s Mount Fitz Roy, located on the border between Argentina and Chile.

And while the colors and typography may be similar, our design features the “pretty much flat as a pancake”

landscape familiar to folks on the Eastern Shore in place of Patagonia’s craggy mountain peak.

Each of our Patamokia shirts is painstakingly hand-pulled here on the Eastern Shore

by our screen-printing buddies at Barefoot Willy’s Tees.The five-color design appears on the front

of super-soft all-cotton Comfort Colors garment-dyed heavyweight shirts — our most favorite tee of all time.

Adult shirt sizes S to 3XL are available in Brick and Navy in both long and short sleeves.

Pre-orders will be accepted through midnight Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019, for shipping in early November.

As a thank you for pre-ordering, each T-shirt comes with a complimentary 3x4-inch vinyl Patamokia sticker.

This is the last opportunity to purchase our exclusive Patamokia tees before the holidays.

Note: Shipping is $8 per shirt, which is what the US Postal Service charges us, but we will happily refund

shipping charges for any orders picked up in our Salisbury, Md., print shop. Just shoot us an email here.