010297 NF80 50 x 80 E-Nylon U.S. Outdoor Flag

Made in U.S.A. • Choose Nylon (Uncle Sam's Favorite) • Choose Polyester fabric (Winter or Windy Conditions) • Lock Stitch Construction • Reinforcing options available

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100% AMERICAN MADE!

ENDURA-NYLON U.S. FLAGS with SOLARMAX® TECHNOLOGY

Our ENDURA-NYLON U.S. Outdoor Flags have embroidered stars and sewn stripes (appliqued stars on 10' x 19' and larger).

Strength. Durability. Visibility. SolarMax® fabrics are tough, durable and long-lasting.
  • Fabric designed specifically for active outdoor use
  • Tremendous strength retention under UV exposure
  • World-class tensile and tear strength
  • Increased overall performance
  • High resistance to UV fading
  • Deeper, brighter colors that will last over time
  • Better wash-fastness and light fastness than other nylons of similar fabric construction

Flag Fabric Nylon
Flag Size 50' x 80'
Flag Type Outdoor
Header Width 3" doubled
Header Lock Stitching 8 rows
Number of Thimbles 2
Number of Grommets 9
Grommet Reinforcement Yes
Number of Snaps Required 11
Recommended Snap Size 4-3/4"
Embroidered or Appliqued Stars Appliqued Stars
Stripe Stitching 12" double & vertical on all stripes
Fly End Stitching 8 rows; vertical on 1st & last row
Fly End Fold 2" double
Fly End Corner Stitching 1-1/2" double stitching; L-shaped bar tacking
Corner Patches Yes
Flag Reinforcing None
Weight 119.0 lbs.

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