Cub Scout Uniform
Wearing a uniform gives youth and adult members a sense of identification and commitment to the goals of character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. The awards displayed on the uniform mark significant milestones in every Scout and leader’s progress in achieving these goals and successfully practicing Scouting’s ideals.
Pack 110 Uniform Policy
The Cub Scout uniform should be worn to all Cub Scout activities including, but not limited to, Den Meetings and Pack Meetings. In our pack, we require an official BSA Cub Scout shirt with patches placed correctly along with an official Cub Scout neckerchief and a neckerchief slide.
The pack will provide the scout neckerchief and rank badges (i.e., Tiger, Bobcat, Wolf, Bear, Webelos). Parents must provide the shirt, patches, and neckerchief slide. You will need the following patches (pictured below):
Chester County Council Shoulder patch
World Scouting Emblem
Den number patch
Scouts have the option to wear their scouting hats, belts, pants, etc., but these are not required. Scouts are required to wear their shirts buttoned up and tucked in to pants or shorts that are free of rips, tears, frayed edges, etc. If hats are worn, they will be worn front and center.
See the Uniform Inspection Sheet in the Cub Scout Handbook for details. Uniforms are available at the following location:
Chester County Council Trading Post – Located at
Camp John C. Ware, III 239 Jubilee Rd. Peach Bottom, PA 17563
You can also purchase uniforms online at www.scouting.org. The pack may sometimes have used uniforms available. Send requests to the Cubmaster.
Additional information on the Cub Scout Uniform can be found here.