Being in New Hampshire, we know a thing or two about winter weather. One is that regular vinyl banners become brittle and shatter at about 5 degrees below zero. Across much of the northern half of the country you will hit that temperature at least once during the winter. In ski country it’s a lot more than that!
Materials, including vinyl, have a temperature known as the ductile-brittle transition temperature. Think about a rubber band which stretches at room temperature, but if dipped in liquid nitrogen will shatter like glass.
Our matte outdoor vinyl banners have a cold crack temperature of 20 below, and our Across the Street Vinyl banners are 30 below. So, unless it’s really cold out, we can give you a vinyl banner that will last the winter.