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Made In the USA
Made In the USA- Indoor and Outdoor Patriotic American Flags for Sale
At the United States Flag Store, when we say made in the U.S.A., we mean it. That means you can wave your red, white, and blue with pride knowing exactly where it has come from. We carry high-quality flags from some of the leading flag manufacturers in the country and the world along with an array of sizes and materials used depending on what your new flag is going to be used for and what conditions it may face.
Our Most Popular Brands
Annin Flagmakers is a popular choice among our customers and is one of the oldest American flag manufacturers in the world. With their start dating back to 1847, Annin has been making Old Glory since before the start of the Civil War and continues to do so to this day. With their commitment to their craft, quality, and to each star and stripe, it's easy to see why they have stood the test of time.
Another company you are bound to see on our site is Valley Forge. While getting a little later start than Annin by providing World War I surplus in the 1910s, Valley Forge has still managed to forge their name in conjunction with the American flag. They provide most of the American flags for the United States military, both past and present.
From the heart of flag country in Pennsylvania, our brand Super Tough is a favored brand by many as well. With quality comparable to both Annin Flagmakers and Valley Forge at a fraction of the price, has quickly put Super Tough on the map. While our history may not be as extensive as the previous two, we do our best to both honor it and make the best products that we can.
What better way to show you support the old stars and stripes than to pick one that is made right here in the United States?
Fabrics to choose from
- Nylon Flags- One of the most sought-after and popular types of flags we carry, nylon flags are used primarily as outdoor flags. This is because they are lightweight, vibrant in color, and fly wonderfully with little wind. These flags are great looking, affordable, and durable. They make a great choice for anyone looking for a flag, from the first-time flag buyer to the seasoned veteran.
- Polyester and Printed Polyester Flags- Used mostly as indoor or even garden flags, polyester, and printed polyester are some of the more economical choices in flag fabrics. They can be a little more stiff and rough than nylon flags, however, are available at a lower price, offering a simple and still attractive solution to your flag desire.
- Super Knit Polyester- This fabric is a cross between polyester and nylon, with the price of polyester and the look and feel of nylon. These can be used as either an outdoor or indoor flag and are another low-cost option.
- Sewn Polyester- The heaviest and most expensive flag type we carry, sewn polyester flags are designed to fly in high-wind areas and endure the most stress. The most durable and longest-lasting of flag materials, sewn polyester flags are an excellent choice if you plan on flying your flag 24/7 or if you happen to live in a windy area. It should be noted with being a heavier flag, they will require more wind to see properly "fly."
We have got flags that range anywhere from small handheld stick flags, which are great for parades, political events, and holiday festivities to this giant 12ft by 18ft Nylon Flag that is tough to top.
U.S.-Made Pleated Fans
Pleated fans are a wonderful way to add some extra patriotic flare to your home. Whether you want to church it up for the holiday festivities or keep them up all year round, these are cool-looking pieces of Americana and will make your house look like it's straight out of colonial times.
Residential Flag Poles
Whether you are looking for a simple Residential Flagpole Kit that mounts right to your wall on your front porch or patio or you need a Commercial Grade Sectional to take center stage in your front yard, we have got you covered. All of our residential flagpoles are made with durability, stability, and year-round use in mind.
Where to buy an American flag?
Right here at the United States Flag Store! We have a wide selection of American flags to choose from and are always on the lookout for the best product and deals to pass onto you.
Who makes the best and highest quality American flag at a low price?
While there are a lot of great companies out there, The United States Flag Store is happy to say we most certainly offer some of the best and highest quality flags at a reasonable price. We are one of the largest manufacturers and vendors of American flags in the world and do our best to pass the savings and low prices onto you, the consumer.
How do you tell if a flag is made in America?
For all of the flags and items we sell at the United States Flag Store, we have each product marked to let you know what is made in America and what is not. The first way to tell is by the upper left-hand corner of the product image, there is a badge that will say, "Made in the USA." If you are still having trouble figuring out where an item is from, an additional information tab can be found on the actual product page. And of course, if all else fails, just ask us.
Are all US flags made in the USA?
Unfortunately, all U.S. flags are NOT made in the U.S.A. Here at the United States Flag Store, we strive to be as transparent as we can with what we are selling. Products that are made in the U.S.A. will clearly say so.
Just for Fun
- In 2013, The United States Flag Store sold approximately 150 thousand American-made stick flags that were to be supplied to the crowd at Barack Obama's inauguration.
- The flag was first called "Old Glory," by a young sea captain named William Driver in 1824.
- Back when the flag was first adopted in 1777, the flag had 13 stripes and 13 stars.
- There is an American flag on the North Pole, the northernmost point in the world. It was placed there by explorer Robert Peary.
- The first iteration of the American flag had a Union Jack in the upper left corner where the blue field and the stars were. This flag was known by both "The Continental Colors," and the "Grand Union Flag."
- The first American flag is thought to have been sewn by Betsy Ross.
- The stars and the stripes. There are 13 stripes on the American Flag that represent the original 13 colonies of the United States. The stars in the blue field stand for the number of states in the union, currently at 50, although Puerto Rico was being considered to be added at one time.