Pack 54 Scout Uniforms
We use two uniforms in our pack.
- The “Class A” uniform is the more formal of the two. You should purchase a hat, shirt, and a belt. The neckerchief and slides are provided for scouts by Pack 54.
- The “Class B” uniform is a Pack T-shirt that our boys wear to campouts and less formal events. “Class B” Order Forms will be distributed at the September Pack Meeting.
- Lion Rank Scouts get to wear a cool new t-shirt and optional cap as their uniform! They will earn a neckerchief and slide when they crossover to Tiger Rank.
- Pack 54 provides each scout the next rank's neckerchief and slide at their Crossover Ceremony in May. You do not need to buy these items.
- Check with friends and relatives, as they might have some previously experienced Scout uniforms tucked away in a closet.
- If you Scout is a Tiger, we recommend buying a larger shirt that the Scout can grow into. He will be wearing it for 3-4 years.
- Webelos Scouts are allowed to wear the brown shirt that is worn by the Boy Scouts.
- Scouts receive a variety of patches for participating is Scout Events. These patches can be saved or worn on a Scout Red Vest (Brag Vest). The vest can be bought at the Scout Shop.
- Tired of sewing on patches? You can buy Badge Magic Adhesive Kit that requires no sewing at the Scout Shop. The Scout Shop also offers a "Sew Easy" program for patches and hemming. Ask an associate at the Scout Shop for details.
Uniform Insignia Guidelines
Uniform & Awards
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.
Learn more about the uniform worn by all Cub Scouts: its purposes, parts, and proper use, as well as tips for obtaining a uniform for your son.
Cub Scouts complete adventures as they work toward achieving each rank. The adventures are different for each rank, allowing Cub Scouts to learn new age-appropriate skills and explore new topics each year.
Besides the advancement awards and the adventure loops and pins, Cub Scouts may earn other individual awards.