There are a number of different designs to choose from, all with fairly self-explanatory names; feather flags, block flags, teardrop flags, bow flags.
The thing they have in common is a frame that ensures your flag can fly even with no wind. Deciding on which style of flag to go with comes down to personal choice, with budget also a consideration. Sometimes you will also find one shape is a better fit for your branding. On the whole, teardrop flags are the most popular choice.
The advantage of a teardrop banner is it’s the kind of flag that has the ability to grab hold of your potential customer’s attention quickly.
You can use these types of designs both indoors and outdoors, and you can get them in a size to suit your business or event. With big or small options available, it’s all down to how much you want to stand out. Many teardrop banners have options such as cross feet and flat bases with poles for indoor options. The flags for outdoor uses will include the pole with a ground spike option.
The teardrop flag can be printed single sided (reverse) or double sided and the costs of the flags are quite economical when compared with the costs of other marketing material to attract crowds to your exhibition stand or an outdoor sporting event.