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Single Reverse Explained

Single Reverse Explained

Flagmakers use these terms (or a variation on these terms) to identify how the flag will look. Pay close attention to the style of flag you require and know that, for most outdoor applications, the Single/Reverse is the most desirable.  It flies easily and the brain “flips” the image to understand it.  This is the way state and international flags are made.

Single / Reverse – Image reads correctly on the “front side” with reverse image on back. This is the most common approach for flags used with in-ground flagpoles or for applications where “reading” the back side image is not critical.


Double / Reverse – Two flags or “patches” (when appropriate) are sewn back to back with a block out liner in between. Not recommended for outdoor in-ground flagpole usage due to excess weight which causes fly ability issues.


Single Faced / Lined Back – Front image reads correctly with liner used on the back. Most commonly used for podium banners or when the flag/banner is hung on a wall and you want a complete finished look.




Single Revese

Single Faced

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