All our United States flags are made in the USA. The materials used are domestic in origin and all processes of their assembly were completed in USA facilities with USA labor.
Printed vs Fully Sewn Flag Construction: A printed flag is an image that is printed on to the nylon material. A sewn flag is made by joining the individual pieces of the 13 stripes with thread.
Chain vs Lock Stitch Construction: A chain stitched flag works like any chain, if you break one link, the entire chain breaks. That won’t happen with a lock stitched flag. Learn more about the power of the lock-stitch here!
Flag Size: To ensure you choose the right USA flag size, here is a chart to determine the right flag for your pole.
Nylon: The nylon material is lightweight and durable, making this our most popular flag. – MOST POPULAR
Polyester: The polyester material looks cotton-like and is a heavier weight than the nylon. It is recommended for high wind areas because it can withstand more abuse. – BEST FOR HIGH WINDS
Cotton: The cotton flag is commonly used for ceremonies where the flag is not displayed outside for a long period of time. The 5 x 9½ size American flag is used to drape over a casket. – VINTAGE STYLE
G-SPEC Flag: The G-SPEC flag is for use by the U.S. federal government. The sizes are made to the official government hoist fly ratio of 1:1.9. The star fields are larger and they are mostly purchased for display at military bases.
Header vs. Sleeve: Header vs. Sleeve refers to the finish of the flag. Learn the difference between a flag header and sleeve.