U.S. Flag Comparison | American USA Flag Styles
When you buy American Flags you should be aware that they are available in different fabrics, to allow for choice regarding appearance, durability, color-fastness, mildew and rot resistance plus personal preference. Your choice of American Flag fabric can also hinge on the size of U.S. Flag being flown, and it's cost. Our United States Flags all have one thing in common: they are made from the finest domestic fabrics, and feature heavy-duty construction. All stripes are sewn with lock-stitched seams, and stars are dense-embroidered (or zig-zag appliqued in the larger sizes) -
and, of course, they are Made in America, by Americans!
We offer six fabric choices:
| POLYESTER U.S. FLAGS |
These tough 100% 2-ply, spun-woven American Flags resist high winds. Their open weave reduces fabric stress for longer wear, and like our new Millennium Nylon American Flags, they employ a new dye and coloration process that insures superior resistance to fading. Polyester U.S. Flags are ideal for larger flags flown 24 hours a day, especially in high wind areas. Click here to see our selection.
| Signature™ Series U.S. FLAGS |
The Highest Quality American Flag, for the discriminating customer. The finest ColorFast nylon that far exceeds the government standards for the United States Flag, plus:
Extra-large, Ultra-bright Stars - densely filled with high-gloss polished white thread, sparkle in the sunlight.
ColorFast Guarantee - No other American Flag has colors that last longer.
Carefully Lock-Stitched Construction - Adds longevity and resists tattering and fraying.
Attractive Presentation Packaging - Classy, stylish box - Makes a great gift!
Click here to see the Signature Series U.S. Flags
| MILLENNIUM NYLON U.S. FLAGS |
A revolutionary advance on the dye and coloration process for flag nylon has enabled the production of these color fast American Flags. Even with genuine SolarMax™DuPont flag nylon, the red and blue in U.S. flags has not only faded, but often changed color after long exposure to sunlight. The Old Glory Red would become a cold orange, and the Old Glory Blue a light purple over time. The new Millennium Nylon American Flags will still lighten over time, but never change color. We guarantee that, for one full year from the date of purchase,if your Millennium U.S. Flag changes color we'll replace it free. Click here to see the selection of Millennium Nylon U.S. Flags.
"HERCULES" POLYESTER U.S. FLAGS
| NYL-BRITE NYLON U.S. FLAGS |
Our Nyl-Brite nylon United States Flags are made from genuine SolarMax™ flag nylon by DuPont. Featuring densely embroidered cotton stars and tightly lock-stitched stripes and hems, these quality American Flags offer excellent durability and great value. The tightly woven fabric flies in the lightest breeze, and is a popular choice among both "every-day fliers" and those who display their U.S. Flags only occasionally. Click here to see the NYL-BRITE sizes available.
| COTTON U.S. FLAGS |
World-famous Bulldog®Cotton Bunting is a traditional favorite. With rich, vibrant colors, excellent durability and overall good looks, these attractive American Flags are made from extra strength cotton woven to resist the elements. They represent the simple, classic beauty of painstaking workmanship and feature that prominent 'woven' look.All have embroidered stars and sewn stripes. Click here to see them all.
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