deweylure wrote:If the new pants are like the first generation switch backs the belt is built in
mt_goodrich wrote:I purchased the belt/buckle combo for you this morning....$7.00 (I had a discount).
Tell me where to send it.
Nuts4Scouts wrote:BTW - Since Venturing Crews pick their own uniform, what ever they decide on IS their full uniform. I doubt your son will be kicked off of Summer Camp staff because of an unofficial belt.
Nuts4Scouts wrote:[The OP is asking for VENTURE belts.
FieldSports wrote:What is a "Dress" uniform?
mt_goodrich wrote:The interesting thing is that back "in the day", I would do the same thing....wear my shirt for two or three days straight camping/hiking and get it dirty and sweaty.
I'd get home and my Mom could get it clean and you'd never know what it has been thru.
These days, I get my shirt dirty and I have the stain set in. I guess I could always point to the different stains and tell the story of where it came from.
kwildman wrote:BSA should be inclusive and not exclusive. If you deal with scouts in the inner city or in rural areas things like "official" pants, belts, socks, etc. are optional. It is a lot of money to dress a kid out in a complete uniform. I would not want to tell a scout he cant participate in an event because his family cant afford a complete uniform.
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