Question: What do you wear in a Boy Scout uniform?

The field uniform consists of the green Venturing shirt, a Scouting belt, gray Venturing pants or shorts, and gray Venturing socks. The activity uniform includes a Scouting belt, gray Venturing pants or shorts, gray Venturing socks, and a Scouting t-shirt or polo.

What is the Boy Scout Class A uniform?

Class A uniform The long or short-sleeved field shirt, with all insignia placed in the appropriate locations, with merit badge sash and medals for youth; with no more than five pin-on medals and no more than five necklace-type awards for adults (excluding the Wood Badge).

How do you wear a Scout uniform?

The BSAs Guide to Awards and Insignia says, on page 13, that “the unit has a choice of wearing the neckerchief over the collar (with the collar tucked in) or under the collar.” The part about “the collar tucked in” means that some Scouts, Venturers and adult leaders will roll the collar under their shirt.

How do you roll a BSA neckerchief?

0:414:15How to roll a Cub Scout Neckerchief - YouTubeYouTube

How much does a Boy Scout uniform cost?

Scout UniformBoy Scout Uniform CostsshirtbookTroop Number$4.50Patrol Emblem$2.50Total Uniform Costabout $150 to $1854 more rows

Why do Scouts wear neckerchief?

A generally ceremonial item, the neckerchief is taught to be a practical wilderness item in the Scouting tradition. The neckerchief, unrolled, is designed to be the perfect size for use as a triangular bandage for first aid. In most countries each Scout Troop uses its own colour neckerchief.

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