Feather flags, also known as bowhead flags, are a completely portable system that assembles in minutes and can be safely used indoors or outdoors. They will flap around and rotate with the direction of the end, but are just as effective without wind or when used indoors. Read more
Three Available Sizes
Feather flags are available in three different sizes – 2m, 3m and 4m tall – to ensure that they suit all environments. Graphics are available as a single sided print with a reverse image visible on one side or as a double-sided print with an inner block lining (so your message always reads from left to right).
These flags are also available with a choice of three feet options – spike, heavy flat or cross feet – with a water tank base. This ensures that they will suit a variety of surfaces and environments, making the display difficult to knock or blow over.
Latest Printing Technology
Displays Direct uses the latest in fabric printing technology to provide a vibrant graphic that will withstand the elements of the Australian climate.
The feather shape of these banners is highly effective at getting your business noticed in a variety of environments. The longer, narrower length is perfect for displaying certain logos and messages.
Indoor or Outdoor Use
Although feather banners are most commonly used outdoors, they can also be used indoors. If you intend to use the flag indoors, you would be better off with our smaller 2m option (although our larger sizes often work quite well in gymnasiums, shopping centres and other locations).
A spike base is only suitable for outdoor use where there is soft ground to secure the flag. A heavy flat base is also good for outdoors, but only if you don’t move the flag around. A cross feet base provides the most flexibility and is suitable for outdoor and indoor use.
This is really a matter of personal preference. It really depends on the amount of ‘show through’ you would like, especially when used outdoors.
‘Show through’ occurs when the flag banner is single-sided – when viewed from the back, the image shows through in reverse, a “mirror image”. Whilst the human brain automatically converts this image so it can be understood, some people prefer double-sided flags to prevent this.