State of Alaska Flag, Nylon All Styles
$19.10 – $607.00
Celebrate Alaska’s heritage with our durable nylon state flag. Its vibrant colors and intricate design showcase pride and unity. Perfect for home, schools, and special events, this flag withstands any weather while maintaining its vivid appearance. Embrace the spirit of Alaska with this high-quality symbol of patriotism.
Alaska is our Northwesternmost state of the U.S. on the west coast. It’s eastern side borders the Canadian Provinces of Yukon and British Columbia. The majority of state borders the Gulf of Alaska, the Bearing Sea, the Chuckchi Sea, and the Beaufort Sea. The largest city is Anchorage and capital is Junea. The states nickname is “The Last Frontier”.
In 1927 the competition to design a flag for Alaska was won by 13-year-old Benny Benson who got his inspiration from Alaska’s northerly position. The flag shows the large North Star with the Great Bear below it. When Alaska was given statehood in 1959 the flag remained the same. The stars are the yellow color of natural gold and the field is the same blue as appears on the Stars and Stripes. The width of the flag to the length is in the proportion of 125: 177. The diameter of the North Star is one-tenth of the width and the stars of the Great Bear are three-fifths the diameter of the North Star.
Our high-quality state flags meet required specifications, utilizing digital printing technology on durable nylon material. They feature canvas heading with brass grommets or canvas roped heading with galvanized thimbles for larger sizes. Presentation flags with gold fringe, pole hem sleeve, and mounting tabs are ideal for ceremonies, offices, courtrooms, schools, or parades.
For a complete display, our indoor mounting kit includes an oak finish flagpole, styrene Fancy Spear, Liberty Floor Stand, and Gold Cord with Tassels.
A distinctive flag captures the essence of Alaska, representing its breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural heritage. The state of Alaska flag, crafted from high-quality nylon, symbolizes pride and unity among its residents. With its striking design and vibrant colors, the flag showcases the majestic beauty of the Last Frontier.
The Alaska flag’s deep blue field represents the sky and abundant bodies of water found in the state. Symbolizing Alaska’s northern location, the iconic Big Dipper constellation is prominently placed in the upper hoist-side corner. Below the Big Dipper, a smaller star represents the North Star, serving as a guiding light and a reminder of Alaska’s role as the northernmost state in the United States.
The Alaska flag, crafted from durable nylon, withstands the challenging weather conditions often experienced in this northern region. The high-quality material ensures that the flag remains vibrant and resistant to fading, even in the face of harsh winds, heavy rains, and extreme temperatures. The flag’s durability enables proud display in a range of settings, including homes, businesses, schools, and government buildings.
The state of Alaska flag holds great significance, representing the state’s history, diverse cultures, and love for natural wonders. It visually reminds us of Alaska’s pioneering spirit, shaping its past and defining its future. Whether in Juneau or remote villages, the nylon Alaska flag symbolizes the resilience, strength, and unity of its people.
In conclusion, the Alaska nylon flag stands as a proud symbol of the state’s beauty, history, and cultural heritage. Crafted with attention to detail, this durable nylon flag represents the resilience and unity of Alaska’s residents. The Alaska flag, displayed in various settings, reminds us of the state’s unique identity and awe-inspiring landscapes.
|State Flag Sizes||
12" X 18", 2' X 3', 3' X 5', 4' X 6', 5' X 8', 6' X 10', 8' X 12', 10' X 15', 12' X 18', 3' X 5' Presentation Flag, 4' X 6' Presentation Flag, 3' X 5' Flagpole Mounting Kit, 4' X 6' Flagpole Mounting Kit
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