Hawaii State Flag- Nylon
Coming in a variety of sizes we have Hawaiian flags to meet the needs of any Hawaiian. Our state flags are made with SolarMax 200 denier heavy duty and completed with a and stunning . Dyed to the most vibrant shades of crimson red, liberty blue, and pure white, this Hawaii flag is sure to be the pride of the islands. Order yours today. Click on description for product details. Special pricing on orders over 12. Contact Us
Made in the USA!
This high quality flag product is Made in America. We pride ourselves in delivering flags from American manufacturers who meet or exceed our demand for high-quality construction.
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Extra Large Hawaii State Flag - Nylon
Our extra large state flags are made with 200 denier heavy duty with rows of on the fly end, a , and for attachment to the halyard.
Hawaii State Flag - Polyester
These Hawaii State Flags are made of tough 2 ply polyester, the strongest longest lasting flag material developed for maximum durability. 2 ply polyester Hawaii State Flags are an excellent choice for high wind areas.
Hawaii State Flag History:
The Hawaiian Islands were originally each ruled separately by their own King. The islands were very peaceful and the Hawaiian people were of a practical nature. In 1810 Ali’i Kamehameha a native, brought his boat, with included cannon, to other islands in the chain. He began to take control of the islands one by one. He instituted a government, commerce and taxation while establishing a court to run the Hawaiian Islands. Kamehameha first commissioned a flag for Hawaii in 1816. This state flag represented the Hawaiian nation and its people. Hawaii’s independence was challenged by Lord Paulette in 1843, but was officially restored the same year. The flag however was not officially recognized again at this time. On July 31, 1843 Kamehameha III declared "Ua mau ke o ka ‘aina i ka pono." (The life [Independence] of the land perpetuated in righteousness.) Two years later he rededicated the flag of Hawaii. The flag offers eight stripes to represent the eight islands of Hawaii. These stripes alternate red, white, and blue. The British Union Jack is in the upper left corner to show Hawaii’s historical relationship with Great Britian. This also shows a symbol of Hawaiian ali’I through a puela or a triangular standard laying across two crossed spears.
Pole Hem / Header and Grommet Flags
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