Cub 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. They should be worn at all major Pack 358 events including monthly Pack meetings, award banquets, parties (Halloween and Christmas), camping trips (especially for flag ceremonies and meals) and parades.
Learn more about uniforms here: http://bsauniforms.org/.
Class-A uniforms, the following applies:
Pack 358 provides the Cub Scout with their:
- Neckerchief slide
- Council patch
- World of Scouting patch
- Den number/patrol patch
- Pack number patch
Parents are responsible for:
- Rank Book
- Lion t-shirt
- Blue Scout Shirt (Tiger, Wolf, Bear)
- Tan Scout Shirt (Webelos, Arrow of Light)
- Scout Rank or approved BSA cap
- Dark blue socks (Tiger, Wolf, Bear)
- Green socks (Webelos, Arrow of Light)
- Scout Belt
- Blue slacks or shorts (Tiger, Wolf, Bear),
- Green slacks or shorts (Webelos, Arrow of Light)
- Or nice blue jeans (no holes, not faded, no elastic waist, no skinny jeans)
- Any other accessories
To learn more about Cub Scout uniforms, please click here to visit the link to the BSA’s official page.
For proper patch placement for Tiger, Wolf and Bear uniforms, you can download the official uniform inspection sheet by clicking here.
For proper patch placement for Webelos uniforms, you can download the official uniform inspection sheet by clicking here.
For proper placement for Leader 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 wear a Class-B uniform at all Den meetings and Pack-related activities where a Class-A is not required. The pack may purchase and have for sale official Pack 358 Class-B Shirts.