Did you know that many Texas flags sold today are made in . . . China? Well, as flags go, that dog won’t hunt.
Sure, there’s nothing wrong with flags made in China—but if you are going to fly the flag of the Lone Star State, why not make it one made in the USA?
Based in Virginia, Annin Flag Makers traces its roots to 1847, which is just two years after Texas became a US state. This flag is made by American workers in an American factory . . . Annin has manufacturing facilities in Virginia (good) and Ohio (we’ll forgive them).
Quality is very good. Here’s more:
What We Liked
• Bright colors!
• Large 4′ x 6′ size.
• Arrives in its own box—great for gifts.
• Heavy weight nylon fabric is 200 denier.
• UV resistant dyes.
• Appliqued star.
What Needs Work
• No embroidery. Yes, some Texas flags have an embroidered star, which looks nice. But this one passes the look test in our book!