The famous Jolly Roger flag has its pirate captain roots in the age of exploration, where it struck fear into sailors' hearts at sea. This authentic flag is American-made from top-notch materials with a classic skull-and-crossbones design so you can show off your rebellious side in style.
OUTDOOR JOLLY ROGER FLAGS
These outdoor pirate flags add style and dramatic flair to pirate ships at boating festivals and parades, Halloween festivals and even Pittsburgh Pirate games. All of our Jolly Roger pirate flags are dyed and finished to keep your skull-and-crossbones looking sharp for everyday wear-and-tear. Although 3’ x 5’ is the most popular size, you can choose from various sizes.
- 100% dyed-nylon
- Durable canvas heading
- Brass grommets
- Made in America
This Jolly Roger flag has a durable header and brass grommets, so it can be flown on any size flagpole. Each size and its corresponding pole height are shown in the handy chart below.
|Outdoor Pole Height||Outdoor Flag Size|
|3’ x 5’|
|6' Free Spin Pole||3’ x 5’|
|20’||3’ x 5’ or 4' x 6'|
|25’||4’ x 6’ or 5' x 8'|
|30’||5’ x 8’|
*As a rule of thumb, when flying one flag on a pole, the flag length should be a quarter the height of the flagpole.
INDOOR JOLLY ROGER FLAGS
Besides the larger sizes listed above, we also offer two smaller sizes for indoor and/or decorative use. The 4” x 6” size is a mounted size made from 100% polyester, perfect for pairing with our 4” x 6” stick flag base. Likewise, the 12” x 18” makes a cute addition to any workspace and can be displayed from a desk or framed on a wall to show some pirate pride.
HISTORY OF THE JOLLY ROGER FLAG
This famous pirate flag dates back hundreds of years. Debate still rages today over the origins of the name Jolly Roger itself - but this team member's favorite theory is that the name evolved from the French phrase joli rouge, meaning "pretty red." "Pretty red" references a red flag used by French pirates and privateers around the turn of the 18th century. It's thought that the classic skull and crossed bones design of the Jolly Roger flag was first flown by the pirates Black Sam Bellamy, Edward England and John Taylor, beginning in the 1710s.