Oregon State Flags
The Oregon State flag reflects the ideals and history of the “Beaver State” with honor. The Oregon flag is the only two-sided U.S. state flag due to the different designs on each side. The flag contains a navy blue field on both sides with a beaver, the Oregon state animal, on the reverse side and a heart shaped shield on the front with thirty-three stars surround the shield. The shield pictures the sun setting over the Pacific Ocean with mountains and forests. A covered wagon pays homage to the early pioneers who traveled the Oregon Trail and settled the state. The plow, wheat and a pickax represent Oregon's farming and mining. In the background, a British warship departs as an American steam ship arrives. This symbolizes the transfer of the territory from the British to the U.S. The Oregon flag is emblazoned with the words “State of Oregon” and 1859, the year Oregon became a state.
Our Oregon state flags are available in several varieties including two outdoor fabrics. Our Beacon Nylon Outdoor Oregon flag, a Carrot-Top exclusive, is the most flexible state flag. These durable flags are strong and lightweight. This enables them to dry quickly and sail in the slightest breeze. Our Oregon Patriarch flag, also a Carrot-Top exclusive, is the best quality polyester flag available. These state flags are crafted from tough, skillfully woven polyester yet have the texture and feel of cotton. They are able to stand up to high winds and are the best choice for coastal areas and extreme weather.
The indoor nylon Oregon state flag is crafted with exquisite stitching and plush, gold fringe around three sides. Our miniature 4”x6” and mini 8”x12’ Oregon flags are made of polyester and rayon and come mounted on a black plastic staff with a plastic spearhead. Miniature flags are perfect for gifts, keepsakes, classrooms, special events and more.
Due to the double-sided design, the construction of this flag consists of two seperately printed flags sewn back to back with a liner in the middle to prevent show through. This flag construction tends to be slightly heavier with the additional materials used.