In full gear: Here’s your first look at Lion Scouts T-shirts and hats

If seeing is believing, prepare to be a believer.

This week we get our first look at the new T-shirts and caps to be worn by Lions — members of the pilot program for kindergarten boys set to roll out in participating councils this fall.

The team behind Lions has already answered many of your most-pressing questions and clarified that Lions will wear T-shirts instead of the blue button-up uniform shirts worn by Cub Scouts.

Today we get to see those T-shirts and optional caps Lions will wear as their uniform. My two-word review: They’re perfect.

My 13-word review: They’ll help Lions look cool and feel like they’re part of something great.

Which they are. Lions introduces boys to the fun and values of Scouting in an age-appropriate way.

Take a look at more Lion gear below, including stickers, the Adventure Book for youth, the Parent and Leader Guidebook, a sharp-looking polo shirt and a patch.

The patch is intended as recognition for the hard work and accomplishment of earning all of the required Lion adventures.

If you’re in a council participating in the Lion pilot, your Scout Shop will soon learn how to obtain these great products.


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Bryan Wendell, an Eagle Scout, is the founder of Bryan on Scouting and a contributing writer.