The Montana state flag was adopted in 1905, and features the state seal centered in a blue field with “Montana” above the seal. The seal is a multi-colored landscape for which the official colors were only specified in 1981. The landscape shows the Rocky Mountains with a river flowing from the Great Falls of the Missouri River. A plough and ming implements in the foreground represent Montana’s agricultural and mineral rich environment. The flag is made of 100% nylon material. This authentic flag is finished to be durable for both residential and commercial use.
If you’re looking for a more formal version of this flag check out our Montana Ceremonial Flag.