Our Nylon fabric goes by many names; Durawavez, Endura-Nylon, Perm-Nyl, or simply Nylon. Our Heavy-Duty Commercial Grade Dupont Solarmax material with Sunscreen. The best nylon on the market! Perfect for flying outdoors, our 200-denier fabric allows for flyability in light breezes and the durable Lock Stitching extends the flags life longer than printed or even chain stitched flags. The quick drying of nylon allows for longer color retention! Our sizes vary between 12” x 18” all the way to a 50’ x 80’!! All flags are Made in the USA!
This First Responder American Flag features:
- Rich, Vivid Color
- Mildew Resistant
- 200 Denier Nylon
- Light Breeze Flyability
- 4 Rows of Lock Stitching on the Fly End
- 2 Row of Lock Stitching on Header
- Made in America
The “thin blue line” is a phrase that refers figuratively to the position of police in society as the force which holds back chaos. The term began as an allusion to the famous “Thin Red Line”, when a British infantry regiment held off a Russian cavalry charge during the Crimean War in 1854. The phrase itself comes up several times throughout history after this. The Thin Blue Line, E. Morris 1988, featured the use of the term on a widespread scale. The term in recent years has been formed into a symbol rather than just a phrase and is now appropriated for most if not all civilian service or medical employees.