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Webelos Scouts may wear either the [[uniform|blue uniform]] they wore as Cub Scouts or the tan shirt and olive green trousers they will wear as Boy Scouts. You and your family decide which one you will wear.
Webelos Scouts may wear either the [[uniform|blue uniform]] they wore as Cub Scouts or the tan shirt and olive green trousers they will wear as Boy Scouts. You and your family decide which one you will wear.
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With either basic [[unifom]], Webelos Scouts wear the Webelos cap, Webelos neckerchief, Webelos neckerchief slide, and the navy blue Cub Scout belt; a Webelos belt buckle is available.
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With either basic [[uniform]], Webelos Scouts wear the Webelos cap, Webelos neckerchief, Webelos neckerchief slide, and the navy blue Cub Scout belt; a Webelos belt buckle is available.
==When to Wear the Uniform==
==When to Wear the Uniform==

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The Meaning of the Webelos Badge

The Webelos badge has a Webelos emblem on it, which contains a blue W, the diamond-shaped badge also has the word Webelos and a small Scout badge at the bottom. Whichever option you choose, your Webelos badge shows that you are on the Webelos trail that leads from Cub Scouting to Boy Scouting.

Your Uniform

Webelos Scouts may wear either the blue uniform they wore as Cub Scouts or the tan shirt and olive green trousers they will wear as Boy Scouts. You and your family decide which one you will wear.

With either basic uniform, Webelos Scouts wear the Webelos cap, Webelos neckerchief, Webelos neckerchief slide, and the navy blue Cub Scout belt; a Webelos belt buckle is available.

When to Wear the Uniform

Wear your uniform

  • To all den meetings and pack meetings
  • On campouts and other den activities
  • At den service projects
  • During Scouting's Anniversary Week in February

The Webelos uniform may not be worn

  • When you are involved in any distinctly political activity
  • When you are appearing on the stage professionally
  • When you are participating in demonstrations not authorized by the Boy Scouts of America
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