Your Cub Scout uniform is an important component of the Scouting program. The button-down shirt with neckerchief and slide is referred to as Class A; your Pack T-shirt is referred to as Class B. You may purchase a Class B t-shirt from our online Pack store. To purchase a Class A, please visit the Council Scout Shop located in north Austin or visit their web page to complete a form to make a purchase and they will ship it to you. If you are buying a uniform using money you have raised by fundraising, then please contact email@example.com and we will help you order your uniform.
Please purchase Lion T-shirt. Belt and hat are optional. Lions will earn their Lion neckerchief and slide with their Den. Lion kit will be provided by the Pack.
Tigers, Wolves, and Bears
Please purchase a blue button-down shirt, World Scouting Crest Patch, Council Strip and Pack numerals (125). If you are a new recruit, you will need to purchase a neckerchief and slide. Handbooks will be provided by the Pack. Belt is recommended but optional.
Webelos and Arrow of Light
Please purchase a tan button-down shirt, World Scouting Crest Patch, Council Strip, Pack numerals (125), and Webelos colors. If you are a new recruit, you will need to purchase a neckerchief and slide. Handbooks will be provided by the Pack. Belt is recommended but optional.
A lot of times when scouts attend events, they will earn a patch that is not part of the official Class A uniform. So the big question is: Where do temporary patches go??
If the patch has a loop attached, it may be hung from the right shirt pocket.
If the patch doesn’t have a loop, then how you choose to display them is only limited by your imagination. The scout shop sells a red “brag vest” that scouts can wear with their Class A uniform, but it’s not a required uniform piece.