Cook Islands flag
The flag of the Cook Islands, which has been used since 1979, is composed of a dark blue leaf, Union Jack in the upper left part and fifteen white five-pointed stars arranged to the circle. Union Jack refers to the times of British protectorate, nowdays, Cook islands are loosely associated territory of New Zealand. Fifteen equally large stars represent the main islands of the archipelago and their equal status.
Knitted polyester – This is the most common flag fabric. Your flag will be digitally printed onto 115gsm quality knitted polyester.
Handsewn – Giving an extra touch of quality to your flagpole our handsewn flags are meticulously appliqued using 155gsm woven polyester by our team of seamstresses based in the UK. A handsewn flag is an investment so we would recommend adding anti-fray to help prolong the life of your flag. It provides extra protection to the hem to prevent fraying.
Eco-friendly flag – This revolutionary fabric is made from recycled plastic items such as PET bottles and industrial polyester waste which has been melted down into chips, then spun into yarn that is knitted to form a material. It has the same durability, strength and versatility of its knitted polyester equivalent but with a much lower environmental impact. We are the first UK supplier to offer an eco-friendly option rather than the standard polyester flags made from virgin plastic.
An anti-fray netting can be added to your knitted polyester or handsewn flag to help prolong the life of your flag. It provides extra protection to the hem to prevent fraying
A handsewn flag is an investment so we would recommend adding anti-fray.