• Short Sleeve Polo

    • 100% cotton pique knit
    • Five button placket
    • Flat knit collar & sleeve cuffs
    • Uneven hem with V-notch side slits
    • Dyed to match buttons
    • Roots 73 inner neck tape
  • Full Zip Fleece

    • 80% cotton, 20% polyester
    • Covered two-way metal zipper
    • Lower welt pockets
    • Rib knit collar, cuffs & hem
    • Coverstitch detail
    • Roots 73 inner neck tape
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Civic Flag for Vancouver, British Columbia

Vancouver, British Columbia Flag

The flag of the City of Vancouver was adopted by Vancouver City Council on May 17, 1983. The flag’s green chevron represents the land on which Vancouver is built and the many evergreen trees in the city. The gold shield on the chevron is the City of Vancouver’s badge, which depicts a mural crown with crossed axe and paddle.

The crown signifies Vancouver’s status as an incorporated city, while the axe and paddle stand for its traditional industries of logging and fishing. The alternating blue and white waves on the flag symbolize the Pacific Ocean and rivers surrounding the city, which play an integral role in Vancouver’s growth and prosperity.