The Cub Scout uniform has been a significant part of the Scouting program since it was founded in 1910. The uniform helps identifies the Scouts and leaders and gives the Scouts a sense of belonging to the den, the pack, and the Boy Scouts of America.

Cub Scouts buy their own uniform, including council patch, Pack and Den numerals. This uniform is called Class A uniform. Scouts wear their uniform to Pack meetings and any formal event. Scouts should wear their Pack 69 t-shirt (called Class B) for Den meetings and outdoor activities unless specified by your Den Leader (Pack 69 shirts purchased from the Pack). The Miami Lakes Scout Shop can help you buy the right items.

To find out more about rank-specific uniforms, visit our Rank pages (Lion, Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos, Arrow of Light).