US Flag Patch - Reverse
Crew How-To: Properly Apply Numbers & Flags To Your Uniform
Measurements & Techniques for Applying our Heat-Backed Precision-Cut Numbers or Flag Patches.
I have used these flags for many years. No problem.
I have used these flags on my uniform shirts for years. I have had no issues with them. They iron on relatively easy and they stay put. Thumbs up.
Thanks for having the reverse option patch. It is hard to find that anywhere else and offering option gold framed(for military service)or regular white is important to me and many others. AWESOMENESS!
Questions About This Product
|Q:|| I ordered 10 reverse flags. Problem is, if you wear it on the left sleeve the starfield is in the back not the front?|
– Joseph Welvaert
This is correct. A reverse flag is derived from military uniforms, denoting a service member. Early American cavalry and infantry units would charge the enemy, and the flag would fly behind, appearing in "reverse". Today, the reverse flag symbolizes the courage and respect of those who serve.– Sherie Sandifer