Arizona State Flag
If you are a permanent resident or simply a winter Arizonan, an Arizona state flag from CVS Flags is for you. We offer Arizona State Flags in nylon and 2 ply polyester.
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This stunning state flag is dyed to create the most vibrant colors of red, yellow, copper, and blue. Made with SolarMax 200 denier heavy duty outdoor nylon, our Arizona flag is of maximum durability. Coming in a variety of sizes, this state flag is finished with a white header and sturdy brass grommets. You can proudly fly this Arizona flag over the desert landscape knowing that it was made in the U.S.A. and is a great representation of the “Grand Canyon State.” Order yours today. Click on description for product details. Click on description for product details. Special pricing on orders over 12 Contact Us
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|Flag Size||Description Nylon||Recommended Pole Height||Price|
|2' X 3'||Arizona State Flag (nylon) AZ Flag||15' - 20'||$17.50|
|3' X 5'||Arizona State Flag (nylon) AZ Flag||15' - 20'||$18.50|
|4' X 6'||Arizona State Flag (nylon) AZ Flag||20' - 25'||$34.50|
|5' X 8'||Arizon State Flag (nylon) AZ Flag||25' - 30'||$49.50|
|Recommended Pole Height||Price|
|6' X 10'||Arizona State Flag AZ Flag||35' - 40'||$98.65|
|8' X 12'||Arizona State Flag AZ Flag||40'||$201.83|
|10' X 15'||Arizona State Flag AZ Flag||50'||$362.00|
|12' X 18'||Arizona State Flag AZ Flag||60'||$0.00|
These Arizona State Flags are made of tough 2 ply polyester, the strongest longest lasting flag material developed for maximum durability. 2 ply polyester Arizona State Flags are an excellent choice for high wind areas.
|Flag Size||Description 2 Ply Polyester||Recommended Pole Height||Price|
|3' X 5'||Arizona State Flag (polyester) AZ Flag||15' - 20'||$33.00|
|4' X 6'||Arizona State Flag (polyester) AZ Flag||20' - 25'||$46.23|
|5' X 8'||Arizona State Flag (polyester) AZ Flag||25' - 30'||$86.00|
The origin of the Arizona state flag dates back to an Ohio state event, the National Rifle matches. In 1910 at this prestigious event, the Arizona Rifle Team realized that they were lacking something all the other teams had; a flag. Their team captain and Arizona National Guard Colonel, Charles Harris, decided a flag should be created for the team’s use at future matches. With help from Carl Hayden, the first Arizona representative in Congress and future U.S. senator, Colonel Harris began to create the flag. They both felt it was important that the flag invoked historical values and the colors selected supported this idea. The first flag was taken to the 1911 matches and had been sewn by Carl’s wife, Nan D. Hayden. In 1912 Colonel Harris designed a flag for the state of Arizona based upon his original creation for his team. The top half consists of 13 rays alternating in red and yellow to represent the 13 original colonies of the United States and the setting of the western sun. In the center is a large copper star to signify the abundance of this metal that is produced in Arizona. The lower portion is Liberty blue which is the same blue used in the American flag. This blue combined with the yellow in the rays makes up Arizona’s state colors and the red offers two representations. The first is that it is the same red that is used for the American flag and the second is that when combined with the yellow it shows the colors flown by the Spanish Conquistadors while searching for the Seven Cities of Cibola in 1540. In February of 1917 this flag was officially adopted as the state flag of Arizona.