Your Flagstuff.com flag has been made in America by the very best flag makers America has to offer; solid companies like Annin & Co. and Valley Forge Flag, who are absolutely committed to the great tradition of workmanship that began when our country was still young.
We are so sure of our products, that we (the only one in our industry) will guarantee it against defects, wear and tear, as well as color fastness. Click Here for all the details about our Great Flag Guarantee!
Our flags come in the following materials
The most popular fabric choice for both outdoor and indoor flags. Nylon flags work best in areas where there is usually rain accompanying high winds. Nylon is light and durable, stands up well to the elements, and dries quickly. Because it’s light, it flies well in the slightest breeze and has a bright appearance in sunlight.
The best choice in high wind areas, particularly where the climate is relatively dry. Ounce-for-ounce it’s longer wearing than nylon, but it’s also heavier than nylon so it needs more wind fly. Our Tough-Tex flags are made with a special weave that has the look and feel of cotton, flies well and lasts longer than traditional weaves.
Cotton is the traditional flag fabric—so if you’re a purist, this is the fabric for you. Our Tough-Tex polyester comes close, but nothing can quite duplicate the warmth of a cotton flag. Our Bulldog cotton flags are designed for outdoor use, but extra care should be taken to preserve your cotton flag.
Our government spec flags are just what they advertise, they are made to the most rigourous government specifications. If you are looking for an official US Flag, then this is the best choice for you. These flags come in both nylon as well as cotton.
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Purchasing Officers Rejoice!
Patriot Online Stores LLC. is happy to announce that we are now accepting purchase orders. You can call (855-962-6249), email, or fax (please call for the number, we get lots of junk faxes) us a purchase order and we will process your order and send you an invoice.
All government entities (cities, schools, armed services, etc) can submit their first order via a PO. Depending on the size of the order, all private companies may be asked to provide credit card details for their first purchase, or fill out a business line of credit application