New Mexico State Flags
New Mexico's flag features an ancient symbol of Native Americans called Zia. They believed in groups of four - the four sets of rays represent the four gifts. These are directions (north, south, east and west), the year in seasons (spring, summer, fall and winter), the day (sunrise, noon, evening and night), and life cycle (childhood, youth, middle years and old age). It was believed all of these are bound in a circle of love, without beginning or end.
New Mexico state flags are made in America of durable 100% SolarMax nylon, the strongest and most fade-resistant nylon material available.