The flag of Latvia consists of two horizontal carmine red bands divided by a narrower white band. The width of the latter constitutes one-fifth of the flag. It is widely thought that the carmine red color used in the flag stands for the readiness of the Latvians to give the blood from their hearts for freedom and to fight for their liberty. The flag was adopted in 1918.
The flags are easy to hoist and replace
The flags are sewed from the highest quality, 100% knitted polyester.
They are antistatic, soft, UV resistant, fade resistant, wind and moisture resistant.
The fabric is translucent with a mirrored-image on the back.