Flag of Texas
Polyester Texas flag

Polyester Texas flag

> 100% Made in USA with American labor and materials
> Scientifically treated to resist UV fading & look beautiful
> Sturdy and shiny brass grommets for flying
> Lock stitched (not chain stitched) to prevent unraveling
> Extra 4 rows of stitching on the fly end for durability

  • GTIN: 0820103253789

Size(s) available: 2x3 foot, 3x5 foot, 4x6 foot, 5x8 foot, 6x10 foot, 8x12 foot, 10x15 foot, 10x19 foot, 12x18 foot, 15x25 foot, 20x30 foot, 20x38 foot, 30x50 foot, 30x60 foot



Product Description

You can search from Texarkana to Corpus Christi, but you will never find another Texas flag as snazzy as ours. The stunning white star on the Lone Star flag perfectly epitomizes “Texas Pride.” Show genuine appreciation for your state and country by picking out a flag carefully designed and crafted from our own backyard – Yes, our polyester Texas flag is 100% proudly US made!

Keep our American products strong in the market by choosing all-American made.

When should you purchase a polyester Texas flag instead of a nylon Texas flag?

If you live in an area with high wind conditions much of the time, then you will most likely want to purchase our polyester Texas flag on this page. Both flags are high quality and crafted to be flown outdoors, but our polyester flag is crafted to be able to handle frequent high winds, increasing flag life. It does take more wind to fly our polyester flag, so if you do not live in an area that gets high winds much of the time, then our high quality nylon embroidered Texas flag will work well for you.

What is our polyester Texas flag made of and what makes it last longer in high winds?

Our polyester Texas flag is crafted using 2-ply 100% polyester bunting. It is constructed with an open weave which helps the flag to dry fast, and reduce wind resistance, therefore increasing flag life. Our polyester material is extremely durable, treated to protect against UV degradation and ideal for those high wind areas. We use reinforced hem stitching on the top and bottom of the fly end, and 4 rows of stitching on the entire fly end.