Flag Sizing Chart

How to Choose the Right Size Flag for your Flagpole

When flying 1 flag on a single flagpole the length of the flag should be at least one quarter the height of the pole. For example, a 40-foot pole requires a 6'x10' flag. The chart below is a good guide for determining the proper size flag for your pole.

Flying 2 flags on a Single flagpole?

When flying 2 flags on a single flagpole you want to make sure not to "over flag" or "have too much flag". Too much flag on a single pole can cause undue stress on the flagpole in bad weather and it will not look good.

Examples of proper sizing:

  • 20' Flagpole--Top flag should be 3'x5', Bottom (2nd flag) should be 2'x3'.
  • 45' Flagpole--Top flag should be 6'x10', Bottom (2nd flag) should be 5'x8'.

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3'x5' $19

4'x6' $29

5'x8' $39

6'x10' $69

2-Ply Polyester American Flags-Click to Shop all sizes

3'x5' $29

4'x6' $39

5'x8' $49

6'x10' $79

 

 Flagpole Length

 Flag Size

6' House Pole 3'x5'
 20'  3'x5' or 4'x6'
 25'  4'x6' or 5'x8'
 30' - 35'  5'x8'- 6'x10'
 40' - 45'  6'x10' - 8'x12'
 50'  8'x12' - 10'x15'
 60' - 65'  10'x15' - 10'x19'
 70' - 80'  10'x19' - 12'x18'
 90' - 100'  20'x38' - 30'x50'

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