Clothing

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Outdoor Skills, Backpacking, Cooking, Navigation, Cycling, and Wilderness Survival Skills.
Troop Program Features let you make Clothing a part of your troop program.

Contents

Clothing
Footwear
Socks
Layering
Cold Weather
Warm Weather 
Wet Weather 

In addition to the Clothing resources below, MeritBadge.Org offers a number of other resources including:


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Resources

While your handbook is your primary resource, the links below can help you learn Clothing. See the Disclaimers. See the Boy Scout Handbook.
  Video: How to Choose Clothing - Video: Learn What Clothes to Pack for a Camping Trip


Footwear

Shortcut:
Footwear

  Video: Breaking In Hiking Boots - Video: Buying Hiking Boots - Video: Choosing Hiking Boots & Hiking Shoes - Buying Hiking Boots - Video: Breaking in Hiking Boots


Socks

Shortcut:
Socks

  Video: How to Select Socks - Video: Packing Socks - Video: Backpacking Socks - Camping Socks


Layering

Shortcut:
Layering

  Video: Camping Layering - Video: Hiking Layering


Cold Weather

Shortcut:
Cold Weather

  Video: How to Dress for Cool-Weather Hiking - Video: Cold Weather


Warm Weather

Shortcut:
Warm Weather

  Video: How to Dress for Warm-Weather Hiking- Video: Warm Weather -


Wet Weather

Shortcut:
Wet Weather

  Video: Dealing with Rain - Video: Wet Weather - Video: Rain Gear to Stay Dry When Hiking - Video: Testing Rain Gear


See also


Related awards

Outdoor Skills Awards
Outdoor-related awards


Disclaimers

Disclaimer: This information is not intended as a substitute for professional advice, or formal training. Please note that the only materials recommended by the Boy Scouts of America are those found or listed in official BSA materials such as the current Boy Scout Handbook. Clothing recommendations are constantly being revised. Neither MeritBadge.Org, nor its contributors make any recommendations. See the Guide to Safe Scouting.

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