A double sided flag is two flags screen printed or digitally printed and then sewn together – making a three layered flag. The flag has a middle liner between the two flags stopping the see-through.
A (double sided) flag will have both sides (front and back) reading correct.
This type of flag is more expensive than the single sided as more colour and material is used. .
The weight of a double sided flag will be twice as heavy as a single sided flag and will require much more wind to move it.
A Three layered flag is not as common as a single sided flag and therefore is not as cost effective.
When deciding on the type of flag required (single sided) or (double sided) consider the use of the flag and allocated budget – remember a double sided flag will always be more expensive and heavier than a single sided flag and will not fly as well.
The lifetime of the single sided flag will depend on the material used and the weather conditions to which the flag is exposed. Due to the lightness of the fabric the flag will ‘flap’ more and suffer wear and tear quicker than a double sided flag.
Things You Need To Know!
A double-sided flag is a flag with two sides showing. Typically, the flag is made so that the information is readable from both sides.
A double-sided flag is two flags sewn together. One side is the front side, and the other is the back side of the flag. The flag is three-layered and acts as two flags. The flag has a middle liner between the two flags stopping the see-through.
A double-sided flag is two different flags printed onto one piece of fabric. The middle of the flag is made of two pieces of fabric with a cotton or nylon liner in the middle to stop the see-through. Both sides will appear correct when displayed.
You can see a front and a backside. The two sides are sewn together on the flag, hidden in the seams. For example, a flag can be seen from the front or the back. It cannot be seen from both but only from one side at a time, depending on which side the viewer is standing on.