The Wolf Uniform
Wolf and Bear uniforms are the same except for the hat and the Neckerchief.
Shirt (Long or Short Sleeve)
The shirt will last through third Grade - so size it appropriately.
Pants or Shorts
The Uniform Code
Your scout will be encouraged to wear his uniform appropriately. The shirt should always be tucked in and orderly. He or she should understand the importance of representing the entire Boy Scouts of America organization while in uniform.
Guide to Awards and Insignia
The Guide to Awards and insignia will show you where items are to be sewn and displayed on the scout uniform. Review the Cub Scout Insignia section for your scout's uniform. Review here: Guide to Awards and Insignia
Where to Purchase Items
Before most pack meetings we normally make a trip to the Scout Shop. You might contact the cubmaster if you need a patch or two - we might be able to save you a trip and pick them up for you. You are also welcome to order any needed items online or however you like.
Online at scoutshop.org
Wearing the Uniform
In general, every Cub Scout should wear his or her uniform to all Cub Scouting activities, including den and pack meetings, unit outings, and any activities done with members of the den or pack.
When playing sports, going to camp, or participating in other physical activities, a pack may opt to have the Cub Scouts wear an alternate uniform, such as an activity shirt. These are sometimes referred to as Class B Uniforms.
Pack leaders should provide advance notice of any occasion when the scouts should wear anything other than the complete uniform.
Here are some tips for wearing the uniform:
DO keep the uniform clean and in good repair. The official uniform is a sturdy, machine-washable garment that will last for years with proper care.
DO be sure to wear the complete uniform. A Cub Scout wearing a uniform with parts missing is not in uniform.
DO NOT wear non-BSA badges, awards, or insignia on the Cub Scout uniform or make any alterations to the uniform or insignia.
DO NOT mix uniform parts with non-uniform clothing, such as wearing a uniform cap with other clothing or wearing the uniform shirt with blue jeans. The uniform should be treated as a unit—worn in its entirety, or not at all.
Any time you are uncertain about uniform regulations, ask the den leader for guidance.