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The Oklahoma flag is a blue flag with an Osage Nation buffalo-skin shield in the center. hanging from the bottom of the shield are seven eagle feathers. Crossing the shield is a ceremonial pipe and an olive branch.
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“Oklahoma, where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain, and the wavin' wheat can sure smell sweet, when the wind comes right behind the rain. Oklahoma, Ev'ry night my honey lamb and I sit alone and talk and watch a hawk, makin' lazy circles in the sky. We know we belong to the land, and the land we belong to is grand!” - Oklahoma! the Musical 


If you consider yourself a Sooner, this Oklahoma State flag is for you. We have all of the customary sizes available. 

Outdoor Oklahoma Flag

This American-made flag is crafted to weightlessly fly in light winds. The water-repellent material is treated with premium dyes for lasting brightness. For a full display, fly it on an outdoor flagpole.


  • Made in USA
  • Official design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Canvas heading
  • Brass grommets
Indoor Oklahoma Flag

For more formal settings, government buildings, and schools, choose our gold fringed option. These flags are equipped with a stitched sleeve for easy mounting on an indoor flagpole.


  • Made in USA
  • Official design
  • 100% nylon
  • Sewn edges
  • Gold fringe
  • Pole sleeve

Note: The gold fringe is not made to withstand outdoor elements. Use this flag indoors only.

History and Meaning Behind the Oklahoma Flag

The original Oklahoma flag was first adopted by the state in 1911. This flag had a red background which referenced the Native American Population. It also had a white and blue star in the middle with the number 46, representing Oklahoma’s admission to the union. This flag was changed in 1925..

The 1925 flag is almost exactly the same as the one used today, with the only difference being the lack of the state name on the bottom. The traditional bison-hide shield of the Osage tribe is placed in the middle of the flag.. This shield symbolizes the strength of the state. It also has a blue background representing loyalty and devotion. An olive branch and calumet are placed on top of the shield as an emblem of peace between settlers and the Native Americans. “Oklahoma” was added to the bottom in 1941. 

Other Details

Capitol: Oklahoma City
Flag Adopted: April 21, 2006
Entered Union: November 16, 1907
Motto: "Labor omnia vincit" / "Work conquers all"
Nickname: Sooner State
Known For: Cowboy Hall of Fame, World Championship Cow Chip Throw
State Bird: Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher
State Flower: Oklahoma Rose
State Mammal: Bison
Famous Oklahomans: John Berryman, Garth Brooks, James Garner, Woody Guthrie, Ike,Taylor, and Zac Hanson, Mickey Mantle, Reba McEntire, Brad Pitt