The uniform is an essential part of the scouting program. It not only helps identify the scouts by rank and den but it gives the boys a sense of belonging to their den, the pack and to the Boy Scouts of America. The uniforms are to be worn in conjunction with applicable scouting activities. They should be work to all pack and den events, but may also be work to school, church, or family gathering. The uniform may also be worn when the scout is taking part in pack approved fund raising events such as popcorn sales.

As per scout guidelines, the uniform shall not be worn by either scouts or their adult leaders if and when they are participating in a political ventures, making unapproved stage appearances, participating in parades not related to the pack, or participating in unauthorized demonstrations.

Uniforms, respective badges and insignia of the Boy Scouts of America shall only be worn by members of a pack who are currently registered and are in good standing. Alterations to the uniform, badges or insignia are strictly forbidden unless authorized by the National Executive Board.

Class "A" Uniforms




Tiger Cub Cub Scout Shirt
Tiger Neckerchief
Tiger Neckerchief Slide
Tiger Cub Belt
Cub Scout Trousers
Tiger Cub Sweatshirt
Tiger Cub Socks
Tiger Cub Cap

Wolf Cub Scout Shirt
Wolf Neckerchief
Cub Scout Neckerchief Slide
Cub Scout Belt
Cub Scout Trousers
Cub Scout Shorts
Cub Scout Socks
Wolf Cap

Bear Cub Scout Shirt
Bear Neckerchief
Cub Scout Neckerchief Slide
Cub Scout Belt
Cub Scout Trousers
Cub Scout Shorts
Cub Scout Socks
Bear Cap

Webelos Blue or Khaki Cub Scout Shirt
Neckerchief-Tartan Webelos design
Neckerchief slide
Cub Scout belt
Webelos Scout Cap

Class "B" Uniforms

Pack tee-shirts will be available at all pack events. Tee-shirt prices are ?? each! For new Scouts, one tee-shirt is included in your registration fee. See your den leader for details.

Uniform Closet

From time to time, we have uniform items which are in good condition that a scout has outgrown, or advanced to his next rank and can no longer wear. These items are collected and made available in our Uniform Closet. If you have items you would like to donate, or are looking for a specific item please contact us.


This guide should help you with the different patches and other uniform parts you might see. The official uniform inspection sheet (which has the exact measurements) is available here for Cub Scouts.

Right Pocket: Rank Patches

Over left pocket in a diamond shape: Bobcat on top, Wolf on wearer's right, Bear on left, Webelos on bottom. Displays current rank of Scout.

Left Pocket: World Crest Patch

Halfway between left shoulder and left pocket. Indicates that the Scout is part of the World Scouting Movement. This is the only patch that is universally worn by Scouts in all nations.

Right Sleeve: Den Patch

Sewn Directly below the US flag goes the Den Patch.

Left Sleeve: Council Shoulder Patch & Unit Numerals

Left shoulder along seam. It identifies which Council the Scout belongs to. Just below and touching the bottom edge of Council Patch goes the Unit nummeral. "7" identifies the local unit that the Scout belongs to.