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Colorado Flag

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The Colorado flag consists of three horizontal stripes of blue, white, and blue. Atop these stripes sits a circular red "C", filled with a golden disk.
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From Denver to Vail, Pike’s Peak to the Colorado River, Colorado is known for its stunning natural beauty, exciting resorts, modern culture, and metropolitan cities. Celebrate the Centennial State with this high-quality American-made Colorado state flag! 

Our Colorado state flag features several options for indoor and outdoor use. 


Nylon flags feature a long-lasting digital print and are quick to dry, making them perfect for everyday display. Our American-made nylon Colorado flags are lightweight, ensuring the flag can fly gracefully in even a light breeze.

This nylon flag attaches easily and securely to any of our outdoor flagpoles with a durable canvas header with brass grommets.

Colorado flags are available in multiple sizes; the 3’ x 5’ sizing is our most popular flag size.

All outdoor nylon Colorado state flags feature:

  • Made in America
  • Authentic 1964 design
  • 100% nylon
  • Long lasting digital print
  • Durable canvas heading
  • Brass grommets


Nylon Colorado flags look great indoors as well. A sleeve and 3-sided gold fringe create a beautiful, impressive indoor display for your Centennial state flag. Flags with fringes and sleeves are meant to be hung from any of our indoor flagpoles.

The indoor flag with sleeve and fringe features:

  • Made in America
  • Authentic 1964 design
  • 100% nylon
  • Long lasting digital print
  • Leather tab
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve


Colorado is known as the Centennial State because it was admitted to the union in 1876, the 100-year anniversary of America’s independence from Great Britain. Its flag features an interesting past. In 1910, a group of Coloradan Daughters of the American Revolution erroneously believed that Colorado lacked a flag and set it upon themselves to create one.

Although Colorado had a flag since 1907, in 1911, its design was submitted to the Colorado State Senate by Andrew Carlisle Carson, and it was quickly accepted. 

The 1911 design looks very similar to the current one, though, in the 1930s, the colors for the red and blue in it were standardized. In 1964, the gold circle in the “C” was expanded to match the size of the center white stripe. This is the current design.


Colorado’s state flag celebrates its natural features. 

  • Blue represents the skies

  • Gold stands for the abundant sunshine the state enjoys

  • White represents the snow-capped mountains

  • Red represents the ruddy earth


Other Details

Capitol: Denver
Flag Adopted: December 4, 1911
Entered Union: August 1, 1867
Motto: "Nil sine numinet" / "Nothing without providence"
Nickname: The Centennial State, Colorful Colorado, Rocky Mountain Empire, Mother of Rivers, Rocky Mountain State, Silver State
Known For: Rocky Mountains, Nature
State Bird: Lark Bunting
State Flower: Rocky Mountain Columbine
State Mammal: Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep
Famous Coloradans: Tim Allen, Kristen Schaal, Kristen Davis, Marie Osborne, Denver Pyle, Trey Parker