South Carolina Flag
🏴 3' x 4.5' South Carolina flag. Durable polyester South Carolina flag with grommets and double stitched edges to reduce fraying.
✍️ The Design: For our "Better State Flag" series, South Carolina took a while. As you know, the Palmetto has...issues. When the state tried to standardize the tree in 2021, woefully I might add, everyone hated it and it remains a free-for-all. So to make the South Carolina Palmetto Flag better, I turned to my friend Adam Eargle of Eargle Design. Adam is a South Carolinian and one of the most talented artists I know. His version of the palmetto is mature, symmetrical, and powerful.
A few months after starting Flags For Good, I realized I could fulfill my childhood dream of redesigning bad US State flags. So that's what I'm doing!
Single-sided flags are one piece of our durable fabric with full color on both sides. These are great for indoor use AND outdoor poles because they are light-weight and catch a breeze easily. If the design has text, it will be mirrored on the back. If there are no options, this is the default way we make our flags.
Double-sided flags are three layers of fabric that allow zero light through. They are therefore heavier, and work great as indoor display flags. You can definitely use them outside, but it takes more wind to get going and they could damage flagpoles in extreme wind conditions due to their added weight. Any text on the design will read correctly on both sides.
Each flag is folded by hand on our dining room table and ready to be used on a flag pole, boat, hung on a wall, or to proudly march with.
Just what I needed
I was a Missionary in South Carolina, and have had a few flags of different quality and design. This one is not only the highest quality, but the design of the tree is the best of all the iterations. The Palmetto State should standardize to this version!