Boy Scout Uniform
The Cub Scout Uniform is a critical part of being a Scout. All Scouts are expected to have at least one complete Class-A uniform. All Class-A uniforms are subject to inspection, and they should be worn at all major Pack 358 events including Troop meetings, award banquets, parties, camping trips (especially for flag ceremonies), and parades. You will be notified when Class-A uniforms will be mandatory.
Learn more about uniforms here: http://bsauniforms.org/.
With regard to Class-A uniforms, the following applies:
The Troop provides:
- Neckerchief slide
- Council patch
- Purple Scout symbol patch
- Den patch
- Pack number patch
- Anniversary (“50″) patch
You are responsible for:
- Tan Scout Shirt
- Green socks
- Scout Belt
- Green slacks or shorts or nice blue jeans (no holes, not faded)
- Any other accessories
To learn more about Boy Scout uniforms, please click here to visit the link to the BSA’s official page.
For proper patch placement for Boy Scout and Venture Scout uniforms, you can download the official uniform inspection sheet by clicking here.
Class-B uniforms consist of shirts that might be t-shirts, polo shirts, or sweatshirts. These may be issued at certain events or may be purchased through most Scouting retail venues. It is generally advisable for boys to bring a Class-B uniform at all Troop meetings and Troop-related activities where a Class-A is not required.