Troop Uniform Shirt
NOTE: Certain adult sizes have limited quantities.
This distinctive 65/35 Poly/Cotton Rip Stop fabric shirt is sturdy enough for adventure, but dressy enough for the most formal flag ceremony or Trailman Court of Honor.
Very little sewing is required (one-time single Troop Number patch), as advancements are hanging patches on the hidden pocket buttons and quickly-replaced embroidered shoulder hoops.
A Trailman will leave the ceremony with his insignia in place. He won’t need to sew a thing (except for the Timberline Award, if earned)!
Plus, because the same uniform is worn at all ages, it can easily be passed along to younger Trailmen as he grows!
Adult sizes come in two cuts – the regular cut is a slim fit, the full-cut is more generous in the shoulders and chest. Please refer to the size chart and measure as stated.
Please be sure to read our Return Policy before ordering uniform items.
Troop Leaders: Download this Excel Worksheet as an aid for placing bulk uniform orders.
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Sharp looking shirt. Very nice quality. I bought the standard cut in a size large. Appears to run a little smaller than most size large shirts.
Good fit and good quality shirt!
Fit, weight, and stitching good, but weird cut (the Full Cut). Arms tapered like a costume (yet still fit). I've never seen that in any uniform shirt I've ever owned. (Some other Trail Life adults' shirts at my location had the same cut, but others did not, so I don't know if this reflects a specification, or some third-world manufacturing chain's shortcoming.) This might be a problem for those with very, very big upper arms, but not most others.
I received my official Trail Life uniform shirt and noticed that the American Flag was crooked and placed lower on the sleeve than all the other skirts that is have seen. This is my third try at finding the right fit. It seems that you either get a super tight (SC) shirt or tent size (FC) for the size you normally wear. I’m an XLarge and found that the Large (FC) fit the best. I had to have the sleeves hemd up. I have to say, I like the quality of the material used to make the shirt, but not so much the end result.
Troop Uniform Shirt