What do Cubs wear?
Cub uniform consists of a green sweatshirt with your badges sewn on and a coloured scarf or 'necker’ to represent your local group. There are lots of other optional accessories you can wear such as hats, hoodies, navy blue trousers or shorts.
Why is uniform important?
Wearing a uniform is comfy and practical. It means no one feels uncomfortable or left out and helps everyone feel part of the Pack. It also gives you a place to show off all the badges you earn.
Where to buy your uniform?
Uniform can either be bought from our online shop - Scout Store - or from a local supplier.
- Cub Jumper – this is where their badges go
Optional extras for Cubs:
- Cub Trousers or Shorts – are required for formal “full uniform” events and recommended on regular evening meetings.
- Cub Polo Shirt – This is useful for wearing on hotter days.
- Camp Ponch Blanket or Camp Poncho – for keeping warm on camp evenings, and attaching your old or novelty badges to. (The Poncho Blanket drape
Here's where to sew your badges...
- Wales badge
- Group name tape
- District badge
- County/ Area/ Region badge
- Group badge (if not warn on scarf)
- Leadership stripe
- Union Flag
- Gallantry/ Meritorious Conduct Awards
- Chief Scout's Award
- Challenge Awards
- Wales Badge
- Occasional Badges
- Moving On Award
- Joining In Awards
- Membership Award
- Activity and Staged Activity Badges
- Group badge (if worn on scarf)