U.S.A. Flag Features
There’s a reason why so many of our U.S.A. flags are flown in and around our nation’s capital and the pentagon. It’s because our flag’s top quality construction is more durable and lasts longer than the lesser quality flags that flood the flag market these days. Each individual part of our American made flags are taken into consideration. Over the years, we have found that all these extra details are what is necessary to produce a longer flag life and gives a much more attractive appearance to our U.S.A. flags.
10′ X 15′ and smaller flags come standard with embroidered white stars.
10′ X 19′ and larger flags have opaque white nylon stars with zig-zag stitching throughout.
All headers are made with a heavy-duty, white cotton-polyester blend army duck cloth.
8′ X 12′ and larger flags include a heavy-duty plastic reinforcement sleeve at each grommet location.
8′ X 12′ and larger flags include plated steel rope thimbles. Thimbles are attached to white rope using a triple crimped rope sleeve. The length of the rope is sewn into the header to stabilize its position and prevent bunching.
All grommets are solid brass. Grommets are spaced evenly throughout the length of the header. 12′ X 18′ flags have #1 grommets and 16′ X 24′ and larger flags have #2 grommets.
10′ X 15′ and larger flags include a 2-ply corner patch sewn into each header corner.