I have about five BS uniform shirts that are from the 1970's, I think (the tags on the back says "Saniforized"). I used them back when I was an active scout leader, but have since "outgrown" them. I was going to donate them to my Troop's uniform box (stuff they make available to Troop members for free), but my son (former scout) advised against it. I have to agree with his logic - the shirts are not the same color as the current ones, and any boy wearing one will stick out like a sore thumb. Some overly frugal parent is likely to force their kid to wear the shirt, the kid will hate it, and possibly even drop out of scouts as a result. Peer pressue is a big deal with kids that age, and a Scout would need to be a history/nostalgia freak to want to wear one of these. I hate to just toss them out, given how expensive new uniforms are. Anybody have any ideas of where I could donate these things? I am hesitant to even sell them on EBay for the reasons stated above.