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Also known as the Hoosier State flag, this American-made flag is available in all customary sizes with both indoor and outdoor options. Make a selection based on whatever desired look suits your needs. 

Displaying Indiana Flags Outdoors

This flag’s high-quality nylon material is designed to fly in even the slightest breeze. Our authentic, American-made flags are water and heat resistant, meaning you can be worry-free even with Indiana’s unpredictable weather. 

All standard state flags are equipped with a sturdy canvas header with grommets to secure your Indiana flag to an outdoor flagpole.

Outdoor Indiana Flag Highlights:

  • Made in America 
  • Official flag design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edge
  • Long-lasting digital print
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass Grommets

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Displaying Indiana Flags Inside

Although our outdoor flags can also be displayed on our indoor flagpoles, they can be modified for a more elegant indoor presentation. Indoor flags have a sleeve instead of a canvas header and gold fringe on the other 3 sides. 

Indoor Indiana Flag Highlights:

  • Made in America
  • Official flag design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Long-lasting digital print
  • Fringe on 3 sides
  • Sleeve for pole

To properly respect flags with fringe, do not pin them directly on the wall. 

Note: The outdoor elements can damage gold fringe, use them on indoor flagpoles only.

Indiana State Flag History & Meaning

In 1916, the Indiana General Assembly issued a resolution to adopt a state flag to celebrate the state’s centennial. A contest for flag designs was put in place with the incentive of $100. The entry designed by Paul Hadley was chosen as the winner, with his design becoming the official state banner in May of 1917. 

Paul Hadley’s design is the one still used today. The gold torch on the flag represents liberty and enlightenment, while the rays are meant to show Indiana's far-reaching influence. The 19 stars are a reminder that Indiana was the 19th state to join the United States, with the 13 outer stars representing the original 13 colonies. The 5 inner stars signify the next 5 states that joined the union, while the star right above the torch represents Indiana. 


Other Details

Capitol: Indianapolis
Flag Adopted: October 21, 1917
Entered Union: December 11, 1816
Motto: "The Crossroads of America"
Nickname: The Hoosier State
Known For: Indianapolis 500, NCAA Hall of Champions
State Bird: Cardinal
State Flower: Peony
Famous Hoosiers: Larry Bird, James Dean, Eugene V. Debs, Michael Jackson, David Letterman, John Cougar Mellencamp, Wilbur Wright