Oklahoma State Flags
The Oklahoma State flag honors more than 60 groups of Native American who call “the Sooner State” home. Oklahoma has the highest population of Native Americans in the U.S. The Oklahoma flag contains the battle shield of an Osage Warrior set in in a field of blue. The blue background replicates the flags carried by Choctaw soldiers during the Civil War and also denotes devotion. Native American and European symbols of peace, a calumet or ceremonial peace pipe and an olive branch, decorate the shield to indicate a united people. The crosses on the shield are Native American symbols for stars and signify high ideals. Seven feathers hang from the shield. The Oklahoma flag blends Native American and European symbols of unity and is one of the most original U.S. state flag.
Our Oklahoma state flags are available in several varieties including two outdoor fabrics. Our Beacon Nylon Outdoor Oklahoma flag, a Carrot-Top exclusive, is the most versatile state flag. These durable flags have the advantage of being strong yet lightweight. This enables them to dry quickly and fly in the slightest breeze. Our Patriarch Oklahoma flag, also a Carrot-Top exclusive, is the best quality polyester flag available. These state flags are crafted from tough, skillfully woven polyester that has 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 Oklahoma state flag features elegantly embroidered Nylon and luxurious gold fringe around three sides for a distinguished display. Our miniature 4”x6” and mini 8”x12’ Oklahoma 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.