Sonoma. June, 14, 1846. The first bear flag is raised in revolt against outside rule. Nearly two centuries later, Allegiance Flags riffed on William Todd’s iconic symbol of independence to deliver an update rendered in the state’s blue and gold color palette.
Allegiance flags are made using 400 Denier nylon—a material strong enough to keep them looking good in the elements but lightweight enough to catch a breeze. All Allegiance flags are appliquéd—like they were in the old days—and are finished with zig-zag stitching at the seams to prevent fraying.