Rainbow Helltown Merman Baseball Shirt
NOTE - THE MANUFACTURER HAS DISCONTINUED THE LIGHT BLUE SLEEVED SHIRT! Version 2.0 is dark sleeve blue as shown.
The quintessential Provincetown baseball style shirt (with 3/4 length sleeves) - designed and made locally, exclusive to Arcadia, revised to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riot of 1969 in NYC, considered to be the birth of the American gay rights movement.
A furry, muscled merman rises from the bay, covered in tattoos of Provincetown lore.
Helltown refers to an old fisherman's settlement out at Herring Cove beach aka Boy Beach and Hatches Harbor (where the breakwater is now), which was beyond the last Puritan parish church in Truro. It was therefore the scene of much carousing, drinking, partying and carrying on when the fishermen were not hard at work, and condemned as a helltown by the righteous of Truro parish.
Not much has changed, thankfully!
Shirt is a white body with sky blue arms from LA Apparel 50/50 cotton/poly blend for superb softness from the first instant and long lasting wear without any shrinkage.
Small measures 25.75" long by 17 7/8" wide, Medium is 26.75" long by 19 7/8" wide, Large is 27.75" long by 21 7/8" wide, Extra Large is 28.75" long by 24 5/8" wide, XX Large is 29.75" long by 25 7/8" wide. Note that XX Large is $2 additional.
Made in Provincetown