There are two types of uniforms that scouts typically wear: the Class A uniform and the Class B uniform.
The Class A uniform, which is the formal dress uniform, should be worn to Den and Pack meetings (unless otherwise specified), ceremonies, parades, and outings such as Go-See-It’s.
The Class B uniform is reserved for informal gatherings, hikes, and camp-outs. The Class B uniform consist of pants (no rips or tears) and aScout sweatshirt or T-shirt. A Scout shirt is any shirt that has a scout related image and/or printing on it. The Pack gives each new scout a Pack 32 T-shirt when they join.
We also offer other shirts commemorating special events or activities that may be worn. Also, any official BSA shirt may be worn as a part of a Class B uniform.
The Class A, or full dress uniform varies according to rank. Tigers, Wolves, and Bears wear a uniform that consists of an official blue uniform shirt, cap, belt, neckerchief with slide and all required patches. These Scouts should also wear navy blue dress pants (or clean jeans with no holes)or shorts, and dark socks (Frankly, regular dress pants are only about ? the cost of official uniform pants and look just as good, so we will not require you to buy something you may already have or can acquire at much less expense.) The color of the Scout’s hat, and Neckerchief varies by Rank (as does the slide): Tigers are Orange, Wolves are Yellow and Bears are Blue.
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