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The Idaho flag is dark blue with the state seal in the center. In the seal stands Lady Justice & a miner on either side of the Idaho landscape.
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Pay tribute to the scenic mountain landscapes of Idaho with this Idaho state flag. We carry flags ranging in size from 12” x 18” up to 12’ x 18’, including the standard 3’ x 5’.

This flag of Idaho is proudly made in America from a lightweight nylon material, meaning that it will fly in even the lightest of breezes. Furthermore, nylon is a quick-drying fabric, which helps prevent mildew buildup and extends the flag’s life. The digital print used to create the flag’s design is UV- and fade-resistant. 

Our Idaho flag has a wide variety of applications thanks to the attached durable canvas header and brass grommets. Fly this flag outdoors at events or in front of your home or business with one of our flagpoles. Alternatively, for indoor use, attach additional grommets to the corners of the flag to hang on a wall.


  • American made
  • Authentic design
  • 100% durable nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading*
  • Brass grommets*

*Flags smaller than 8' x 12' are designed with a header and grommets for easy installation, and the larger flags have a strong rope and galvanized thimbles for added stability.

Are you planning on setting up a formal indoor display honoring the state of Idaho? We also carry the Idaho flag with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.


The flag of Idaho showcases the state’s Great Seal. This seal illustrates a miner and Lady Justice, symbolizing liberty and equality. The shield inside the seal depicts the state’s landscapes and wildlife. Additional symbols on the seal represent the state's natural resources, such as farmland, forests, crops, and mines. 

The seal for the territory, designed by Emma Edwards Green, was first created and adopted in 1863, although it was changed multiple times before Idaho joined the union as a state in 1890. The seal was first used in a flag in 1898 when it was used as a military banner during the Spanish-American War. It wasn’t until 1907 that Idaho decided it needed a state flag. This 1907 legislation specified that the flag must be blue with the state's name. Besides that, the Idaho Adjutant General had control over the final design. The Great Seal was added to the flag to honor the First Idaho Infantry. The Great Seal had multiple representations at the time, so flag designs varied. In 1957, the legislature created a law that an approved version of the Great Seal would be used on the state flag. This is the flag that is still used today. 


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Other Details

Capitol: Boise
Flag Adopted: November 2, 1957
Entered Union: July 3, 1890
Motto: "Esto perpetua" / "Let it be perpetual"
Nickname: Gem State
Known For: Potatoes, Borah Peak
State Bird: Mountain Bluebird
State Flower: Syringa
State Mammal: Appaloosa Horse
Famous Idahoans: Aaron Paul, Ezra Pound, Lana Turner, Sacajawea, Jake Plummer