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Wyoming Flag

The Wyoming flag is blue with a red and white border. In the center is a white bison with the state seal on its side.
The Wyoming flag on a flagpole, flying below the American flag.
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The Wyoming flag is blue with a red and white border. In the center is a white bison with the state seal on its side.
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Crafted in the USA, our Wyoming flag is a great addition to any home or business to show off your state pride. These flags are digitally printed with premium inks, offering excellent UV resistance and ensuring that the flag’s design is bright and striking. 

We offer the Wyoming state flag in all customary sizes and your choice of nylon or polyester fabric. 

Nylon Wyoming Flag

Made from resilient nylon, our Wyoming flag is designed to withstand the outdoor elements. The lightweight nature of the fabric allows it to flutter gracefully in the breeze, while its quick-drying features ensures longevity and resistance to mildew.

Nylon Wyoming Flag Highlights:

  • Proudly made in the USA
  • Authentic 1917 design
  • 100% durable nylon
  • Sturdy canvas heading*
  • Brass grommets* for easy mounting

*We utilize header and grommets for flags smaller than 8' x12' and rope and galvanized thimbles for larger sizes, ensuring added strength.

Polyester Wyoming Flag

This flag is designed for rough weather and saltwater environments. Polyester is a more heavy-duty fabric than nylon. Please note that polyester flags are too heavy for use on house-mounted flagpoles.

Polyester Wyoming Flag Highlights:

  • Constructed in the United States
  • Authentic 1917 design
  • 100% tough polyester
  • Strong canvas heading 
  • Rust-resistant brass grommets

Note: To extend the life of your flag, we recommend lowering it during extreme weather conditions. Check out our blog for more flag care tips.

Are you looking for an indoor version of this flag? Check out our indoor Wyoming flag with gold fringe and a pole sleeve.

Official Wyoming State Flag History & Meaning

The Wyoming chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution sponsored a contest in 1916 to create a state flag for Wyoming. The winner was Verna Keays, who had graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago. The design was officially adopted on January 31, 1917.

The American bison symbolizes Wyoming’s history and wildlife, with the state seal on it, similar to how livestock are branded. The color red stands for the blood spilled for the territory. White represents purity, and blue is for the skies and mountains of Wyoming.

Why are Wyoming Flags at Half-Mast?

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Other Details

Capitol: Cheyenne
Flag Adopted: March 4, 1917
Entered Union: July 10, 1890
Motto: "Equal Rights"
Nickname: Equality State, Cowboy State, Big Wyoming
Known For: Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park
State Bird: Western Meadowlark
State Flower: Indian Paintbrush
State Mammal: Bison
Famous Wyomingites: Thomas Fitzpatrick, Chief Washakie, Ted Olson, Isabel Jewell, Jackson Pollock, Scott Avett, Lynne Cheney