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Buy Online - Official Saskatchewan Flag
- 200D Nylon Saskatchewan Flags (Standard material used by the Government is 70D nylon)
- Excellent Quality - All of our nylon flags are quadruple stitched at the end to prevent tears from occurring
- Bright colours - All of our nylon flags are screen printed so the colours show as beautiful and vibrant
- Durable compared with other materials - 200D nylon is the most ideal product for outdoor flag use
- Resistant to UV rays - our nylon Saskatchewan flags are printed with UV resistant inks on UV coated nylon to prevent fading and keep the colours vibrant longer
- Nylon Saskatchewan flags can be finished either with a rope and toggle or grommets
- Our nylon flags are Made in Canada!
- Polyester Provincial Flag - most economical and best value option
- Ideal for indoor display
- Finished with grommets on the left hand side
Product Description for Saskatchewan Flag
Saskatchewan flags are four colours. We screen print all of our nylon Saskatchewan flags for all sizes.You can buy your Saskatchewan Flags by using the below charts to determine what flag size you need based on your flagpole.
Determine The Flag Size You Need
|Application||Size of Pole||Standard Flag Sizes|
|Outdoor Flag Pole||20’||27"x54",36"x72"|
|Indoor Flag Display||8’||36"x60", 36"x72"|
|Wall Angle Mounted||6’||27"x54"|
Determine What Flag Material Is Best For You
Polyester- Our econo-line, ideal for indoor use. Finished with grommets on the left hand side
200 Denier Nylon- Canada's ideal flag material perfect for outdoor or indoor use and is finished with rope and toggle or grommets on the left-hand side
Interesting History on the Saskatchewan Flag
The current flag of Saskatchewan was adopted on September 22, 1969, the result of a province-wide competition that drew over four thousand entries. The winning entry was designed by Anthony Drake of Hodgeville, Saskatchewan.
The flag of Saskatchewan features the armorial bearings (coat of arms) in the upper quarter nearest the staff, with the floral emblem, the western red lily (Lilium philadelphicum), in the fly. The upper green half of the flag represents the northern Saskatchewan forest lands, while the gold lower half symbolizes the southern, prairie wheat-fields. The flag is constructed in the proportions 1:2