The flag of France is a vertical triband whose bands are colored as follows (left-to-right): blue, white, and red. It was adopted in 1830. Red and blue colors are the traditional colors of Paris: red is associated with Saint-Denis, Christian martyr, blue is associated with Saint Martin of Tours, bishop of Tours. In modern representations, there are two versions of the flag: one with lighter colors, the other one with darker gradations, however, the lighter version is far more common and considered the main one.
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.