Larger Than 6' x 10' US Outdoor Flags

Extra Large American Flag Differences

Rope & Thimble

Rope and metal thimble on Extra Large American Flags offer the attachment point that secures the flag to the pole. uses galvanized metal for durability and stability.  Extra Large American Flags (greater than 6’x10′) require more stability than grommets alone offer because the weight of a larger flag has more potential to tear a header off of the flagpole.

Header & Grommet
Header and grommet flags have a canvas header with brass grommets to attach the flag to the halyard.  They are often used on flag 30′ and smaller poles or flag sets that attach to a house.

The header is a heavy-duty, folded stripe of fabric (usually white in color) that extends the whole length of one side of the flag.  It is sewn onto the side of the flag and used as a way to securely hold the flag to the halyard attached to the flagpole.

The grommet is a circular ring or eyelet (usually brass) that is permanently secured to the header of the flag.  A typical flag will have 2 grommets embedded within the header.

Our flags at commonly have header & grommet if they are sizes 2’ x 3’ through 6’ x 10’.  Extra Large American Flag sizes typically have rope and thimble.

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