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Tattered American FlagIs Your Flag Worn Out?

 

Flying your American flag should give you a sense of pride. Although most aren’t in this bad of shape, many are tattered on the fly end and faded from the constant exposure to the sun, wind and rain.

 

Need to Replace Your Flag?

Here are a few things you should look for 

 

Material: Nylon

50 foot American FlagNylon American flags are built to be durable in light to moderate winds. They’re  colors are fade-resistant and the seams are reinforced to be fray resistant. Nylon flags have a shiny appearance.

The stars are embroidered onto the canton (field), not printed.

The heading, on the hoist end, is made of durable canvas with brass grommets.

The fly end is four stitch for high durability.

 

 


 

Material: Polyester

polyester American flagPolyester American flags are built to endure high winds. They’re made of thick spun 2-ply polyester fibers but maintain a cotton like feel. They’re also more durable than nylon. These polyester flags are treated to be UV resistant to prevent fading colors when exposed to harsh outdoor weather. Nylon flags have a matte appearance.

The stars are embroidered onto the canton (field), not printed.

The heading, on the hoist end, is made of durable canvas with brass grommets.

The fly end is four stitch for high durability.

 


 

Material: Cotton

Cotton is the standard traditional American flag material.

This flag is for indoor use or limited outdoor use. This flag will bleed if wet.

It has a matte finish.

The stars are embroidered onto the canton (field).

The heading, on the hoist end, is made of durable canvas and the grommets are brass.

 


 

Printed Flags

This is a polyester blend.

Used for indoor or limited outdoor use in a light wind.

It has a matte finish.

The stars and stripes are printed onto the material.

The heading, on the hoist end, is made of durable canvas and the grommets are brass.

 


 

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