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Wisconsin Flag

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The blue Wisconsin flag has a coat of arms in the center flanked by a sailor & a yeoman. There is white text that reads “Wisconsin / 1848.”
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Display your pride in the Badger State with our premium Wisconsin state flag.

Our Wisconsin flags are crafted in the United States from nylon, a durable fabric ideal for outdoor use. The lightweight nature of nylon ensures that the flag flies even in mild winds, while its quick-drying characteristics help prevent mildew buildup. The flag's design is digitally printed, creating vibrant colors that are UV-resistant.

Each flag has a robust canvas heading and brass grommets for easy mounting and durability outdoors*. Fly this flag with any of our outdoor flagpoles, or display it inside using additional grommets.

WI Flag Highlights:

  • Made in the USA with exceptional quality and craftsmanship
  • Official 1981 design
  • 100% high-quality nylon fabric
  • Sturdy canvas header* for support
  • Brass grommets* for secure flagpole attachment

Planning a formal indoor display honoring Wisconsin? We also offer the Wisconsin state flag finished with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.

*Flags 8' x 12' and larger use a heavy-duty rope and galvanized thimbles for the added strength needed for larger flags. Flags smaller than that size are equipped with a canvas header and grommets

Wisconsin State Flag History

The first official Wisconsin flag was adopted in 1863, which placed the state coat of arms over a dark blue field. In the coat of arms is a shield with four symbols: a plow for agriculture, a pick and shovel for mining, an arm and hammer for industry, and lastly, an anchor for sailing. On either side of the coat of arms is a sailor and a yeoman, representing Wisconsin’s workers on the sea and land. 

From 1979 to 1981, the flag was modified to add the state name and year Wisconsin was admitted to the Union (1848).

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Other Details

Capitol: Madison
Flag Adopted: September 17, 1979
Entered Union: May 29, 1848
Motto: "Forward"
Nickname: Badger State, America's Dairyland
Known For: Cheese, Devil's Lake
State Bird: Robin
State Flower: Wood Violet
State Mammal: Badger
Famous Wisconsinites: William Defoe, Chris Farley, Liberace, Georgia O'Keeffe, Orson Welles, Laura Ingalls Wilder, Les Paul, Colin Kaepernick, JJ Watt, Mark Ruffalo, Gene Wilder, Frank Lloyd Wright