Sometimes a job is rough and nothing is ever smooth or goes as planned. What better way to recognize YOUR HERO's dedication and commitment than the Subdued Chiseled Thin Line Flag. Rough and chiseled around the edges, but in the end, all the pieces come together. Does this sound like what your Hero works through each day?
Available in eight (8) Line colors, this Subdued Chiseled Thin Line Flag offers a unique alternative to standard Line Flags to recognize a hero's service.
The Chiseled Line Flag showcases roughly carved Union and stripe edges that are stained deep black with contrasting black and natural wood or white stripes. The textured and black edges greatly highlights the Bright Thin Line Color.
First Responders, Firefighters - RED LINE, Police & Law Enforcement - BLUE LINE, Corrections Officers - GRAY LINE, Military, Park Rangers, Game Wardens, Conservation Officers - GREEN LINE, Search & Rescue - ORANGE LINE, EMS - WHITE LINE, Nurses - WHITE with RED LINE and Dispatch - YELLOW LINE can ALL be recognized by this Thin Line Flag.
Additional Wooden Flag options include: Stripe Styles, Framed or Unframed and Charred or Uncharred.
CHAR / BURN LEVEL: None to Moderate (YOUR OPTION)
RUSTIC / DISTRESSED LEVEL: n/a
COLOR: Deep Black Union and Stripes with Natural Wood OR Bright White Stripes (YOUR OPTION)
THIN LINE COLOR: Bright Color with Eight (8) Line Colors/Occupations to Select (YOUR OPTION)
SANDING: Moderate to High
GRAIN VISIBILITY: Low/Moderate for Stained Wood. Crystal clear for un-stained wood.
STRIPES: Rough Chiseled Edges
FLAG WOOD: Southern Yellow or White Pine
FLAG FRAME: (YOUR OPTION) With a black frame for your Flag OR Without
FINISH: Semi-Gloss Lacquer
SIZES & WEIGHTS
SMALL (Unframed): 24.5" x 13" 10 lbs.
MEDIUM (Unframed): 37" x 19.5" 16 lbs.
LARGE (Unframed): 48" x 26" 25 lbs.
SMALL (Framed): 19" x 30" 16 lbs.
MEDIUM (Framed): 26" x 42" 25 lbs.
LARGE (Framed): 32" x 54" 43 lbs.
*The above are product weights ONLY. Shipping weights will be heavier.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
ALL products are Made in America in Northern Michigan.
Most woods originate in the Midwest with the remaining from Southern United States.