Pathﬁnders wear a uniform that identiﬁes us as a club.
We are very proud of wearing it as it tells a story of each club member as an individual.
We request that you purchase the top and bottoms of the uniform and the club will provide the belt, sash, scarf, slide, ties, and patches for your child.
Note: Depending on the size, the uniform will cost between $45-$60 plus tax and shipping. The club does have some uniform blouses that may be obtained at a discount. Come see if any ﬁt your child.
The guidelines on the approved uniform are included below:
NAD/Texico Conference Class A Uniform Guidelines:
The uniform makes the organization real and visible. It represents an ideal and a standard.
One of the ways to set up a standard and bring the members of an organization up to that standard is through the uniform.
It should stimulate loyalty toward that standard by building morale and binding members into closer fellowship. It also appeals to those not already members to join.
The uniform strengthens club spirit.
The uniform should always be clean and neat.
Wearing one that ﬁts properly will go a long way to make it look sharp.
The uniform should be worn with “humble pride.”
We should remember that it acts as a visual announcement of Pathﬁnder ministry, and should draw questions from observers concerning the meaning of each patch and symbol.
NAD Pathﬁnder Uniform (PDF) -- Click link to download a copy of the Uniform manual. This manual covers the ofﬁcial placement of Pathﬁnder insignia, apparel, and accessories.
Note: This PDF is the ofﬁcial voted uniform guidelines and supersedes all prior guides, including those in the 2007 Pathﬁnder Staﬀ Manual.
Uniform Should Be Worn
Note: It is recommended that those having uniforms wear them on the following occasions.
• At Pathﬁnder meetings
• At special programs (Pathﬁnder Day, Induction, Investiture, etc.)
• At any public gathering when any or all act as ◦ Messengers ◦ Ushers ◦ Guards of honor ◦ First-aid details ◦ Color guards ◦ On occasions as speciﬁed by Pathﬁnder staff
• While engaging in missionary outreach activities, such as Ingathering, distributing food baskets, gifts, literature, or church announcements, and while visiting nursing homes, shut-ins and community organizations.
Uniform Should Not be Worn
• If not a member
• For work or play
• When engaged in selling for personal proﬁt, in selling for commercial or political purposes, or in personal solicitation
• At any time or place when its wearing discounts the organization, or casts any reﬂection upon the uniform, lowers its dignity and esteem, and makes it commonplace
Uniforms are ordered through Advent Source,
5120 Prescott Avenue, Lincoln, NE 68506.
Call 800-328-0525 or visit or web site at: www.adventsource.org