The Arizona state flag consists of thirteen alternately colored rays - six yellow and seven red - on the top half of the flag. The rays begin at the center of the flag and extend upward and out to the top, right and left edges of the flag. These rays represent the original 13 colonies. The lower half of the flag is a solid blue field representing liberty. In the center of the flag, superimposed, is a copper-colored five-point star. The flag represents the copper star of Arizona rising from a blue field in the face of a setting sun. The colors are also repesentative of Arizona's striking sunsets and the copper mining industry in Arizona. For more information click here
Features of Arizona flags for outdoor use
Arizona flags for outdoor use are constructed of a durable nylon fabric especially developed for flag use. Nylon's tight weave provides maximum beauty and flyability as well as brilliant, fast colors. Its weave helps shed pollution, dirt and grime that the looser weave alternatives absorb. Nylon is water repellent and mildew resistant.