You’ve made it to the G-SPEC American flag! This means you are either a member of the US Armed Forces, work for the government, or you like the look of this government specification flag rather than the Outdoor American Flag.
The G-SPEC US Flag was produced due to an executive order by the government that dictated the fly to hoist (length to width) ratio, the diameter of the stars, and the width of the stripes on the American flag in 1958. The order governs only flags that are displayed by the United States federal government. You can find these exact specifications in Title 4 of the United States Code, also known as the US Flag Code.
This American made flag comes in two different materials that provide different benefits. The G-SPEC nylon American flag is made from a durable, lightweight material making it our most popular G-SPEC flag and best for the outdoors. The G-SPEC cotton American flag is a heavier material that is mostly used for military funerals or inside displays. The cotton flag is not recommended for outdoor use because the color fades and the material wears faster under outdoor conditions than the nylon flag.
G-SPEC American Flags
- Strong canvas header
- Extra-large embroidered stars
- Made in America
- Nylon material for outdoor use
- Cotton material for funeral or indoor use
Which Material is Right for YOU?
Nylon: The nylon material is lightweight and durable, making this our most popular material for the G-Spec flag.
Cotton: The cotton flag is designed for mostly military funerals or inside for display. It is not recommended for outdoor use because cotton fades and deteriorates faster under outdoor elements.