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Isle of Man Flag

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The Isle of Man flag is red with a triskelion in the center composed of 3 armored legs with gold spurs.
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Our Isle of Man (or Mann) flag is manufactured in the United States using nylon, a lightweight fabric that flies easily, even in gentle breezes. The deep red background and iconic triskelion are digitally printed for a precise design and vibrant, UV-resistant colors.

These flags come with a sturdy canvas header and brass grommets for secure attachment to an outdoor flagpole. We offer the flag for the Isle of Man in the size 3’ x 5’, which is an excellent fit for our 6’ tangle-free house-mounted flagpole.

Isle of Man Flag Features:

  • Proudly crafted in the USA with high standards of quality
  • Authentic 1932 design
  • 100% premium nylon
  • Reinforced canvas heading
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Interested in a ceremonial version of this flag? Our indoor Isle of Man flag is adorned with gold fringe and a pole sleeve for formal displays.

Isle of Man Flag Meaning & History

The flag of the Isle of Man was officially adopted in 1932. However, the triskelion design used has a much longer history. The triskelion, or the three legs, has symbolized Sicily since the 7th century BCE. It is unknown precisely how the triskelion came to the Isle of Man, but it is suggested that it was introduced by the British royal family around the 13th century, as they had ties to Sicily.

The triskelion is used to represent movement, and the red background of the flag is based on the Isle of Man’s coat of arms.

Other Details

Motto: "Quocunque Jeceris Stabit" / "Whithersoever you throw it, it will stand"
Capital: Douglas
Language(s): English, Manx
Currency: Manx Pound
Government: Parliamentary Democratic Constitutional Monarchy
Flag Meaning: The legs on the flag turn counterclockwise to prevent them from kneeling to the British, as local residents claim.