The Scout Uniform is a symbol of the BSA. It tells others that you are a Scout and represents Scouting's history of service to the nation and the world. Wearing uniforms allows Scouts to show that they are equals and that they share values and beliefs. Your Uniform is also a sign that you are a person who can be trusted and that you will lend a hand whenever help is needed.
What is included in a Scout Uniform?
The Scouting Uniform consists of boots, green pants / shorts, a scouting belt, Class-A uniform, neckerchief / bolo tie, Merit badge sash / OA sash, and a Scouting hat.