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* [[NationsAsPeople America]] in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' has the "airman" look with a leather bomber jacket (sporting a giant "50" on his back) and black leather boots, and occasionally goes all-out with goggles, gloves, and a WWII airforce hat. Of course, all done to complement his overblown LoveFreak attitude, his status as the AcePilot of the [[WeAREStrugglingTogether Allied forces]], and his self-declared role of "[[JumpedAtTheCall the hero]]".

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* [[NationsAsPeople America]] America in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' has the "airman" look with a leather bomber jacket (sporting a giant "50" on his back) and black leather boots, and occasionally goes all-out with goggles, gloves, and a WWII airforce [[UsefulNotes/WorldWarII WWII]] Air Force hat. Of course, all done to complement his overblown LoveFreak attitude, his status as the AcePilot of the [[WeAREStrugglingTogether Allied forces]], and his self-declared role of "[[JumpedAtTheCall the hero]]".



* Franchise/IndianaJones is easily one of the best examples of this trope, if not the trope codifier. Not to mention his ''many'' [[{{Expy}} expies.]]

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* Franchise/IndianaJones is easily one of the best examples of this trope, if not the trope codifier.TropeCodifier. Not to mention his ''many'' [[{{Expy}} expies.]]



* Commander Bradshaw wears a safari outfit in the Literature/ThursdayNext series. His books were adventure stories that fell out of favour and went out of print after the 1920s, but he had to stay in character in the [=BookWorld=].

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* Commander Bradshaw wears a safari outfit in the Literature/ThursdayNext ''Literature/ThursdayNext'' series. His books were adventure stories that fell out of favour and went out of print after the 1920s, but he had to stay in character in the [=BookWorld=].



* Tail's momentary wears the airman costume in ''Literature/SonicTheHedgehogInRobotniksLaboratory'' before being told to take it off by Sonic.

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* Tail's momentary Tails momentarily wears the an airman costume in ''Literature/SonicTheHedgehogInRobotniksLaboratory'' before being told by Sonic to take it off by Sonic.off.



* ''TabletopGame/{{Space 1889}}'' plenty of illustrations feature similar outfits. Since the game is set in 1889 and wilderness treks and exploring are important themes, this is perfectly justified.

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* Plenty of illustrations in ''TabletopGame/{{Space 1889}}'' plenty of illustrations feature similar outfits. Since the game is set in 1889 and wilderness treks and exploring are important themes, this is perfectly justified.
23rd Nov '17 9:07:03 PM TravisLanceHawkins
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** The [[VideoGame/TombRaider2013 2013 reboot]] features the "Aviatrix" DLC, which unlocks a classic adventurer outfit as gear for Lara.
29th Oct '17 8:17:23 PM Malady
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* [[NationsAsPeople America]] in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' has the "airman" look with a leather bomber jacket (sporting a giant "50" on his back) and black leather boots, and occasionally goes all-out with goggles, gloves, and a WWII airforce hat. Of course, all done to complement his overblown LoveFreak attitude, his status as the AcePilot of the [[WeAREStrugglingTogether Allied forces]], and his self-declared role of "[[JumpedAtTheCall the hero]]".

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* [[NationsAsPeople America]] in ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' has the "airman" look with a leather bomber jacket (sporting a giant "50" on his back) and black leather boots, and occasionally goes all-out with goggles, gloves, and a WWII airforce hat. Of course, all done to complement his overblown LoveFreak attitude, his status as the AcePilot of the [[WeAREStrugglingTogether Allied forces]], and his self-declared role of "[[JumpedAtTheCall the hero]]".



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* Two plays of [[Theatre/JaraCimrmansTheatre Jára Cimrman's Theatre]] make use of the safari outfit:

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* Two plays of [[Theatre/JaraCimrmansTheatre Jára Cimrman's Theatre]] make use of the safari outfit:



** In ''[[Theatre/{{Africa}} Africa, or Czechs among Cannibals]]'', the leader of the expedition, Dr. Emil ába, wears this outfit throughout the play. (Emil ába means Emil 'Frog', which might allude to a real Czech traveller Emil Holub -- Holub means 'pigeon'.)

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** In ''[[Theatre/{{Africa}} Africa, or Czechs among Cannibals]]'', the leader of the expedition, Dr. Emil ába, �ába, wears this outfit throughout the play. (Emil ába �ába means Emil 'Frog', which might allude to a real Czech traveller Emil Holub -- Holub means 'pigeon'.)

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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', in which they're making a movie and Christopher Robin gives Pooh an airman style scarf to show that he's TheHero.

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* [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] {{Invoked|Trope}} in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', in which they're making a movie and Christopher Robin gives Pooh an airman style scarf to show that he's TheHero.
27th Oct '17 9:20:06 PM Actua11y
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Whether it's a trip to the Serengeti, jaunt through time or pulp/steampunk adventures, these are the outfits you want to wear! Worn by the AdventurerArchaeologist, LadyOfAdventure, GreatWhiteHunter, EgomaniacHunter and GentlemanAdventurer, as well as the AcePilot, and, sometimes, the BoldExplorer.

There's three stock ensembles that make up this trope, though it's sometimes mix-and-matched with other StockCostumeTraits:

'''Safari Outfit:''' Beige or tan linens, big brown belt, boots, probably a rifle and binoculars. Also, a safari hat, called a Pith Helmet; ([[HighClassGlass monocle]] optional but recommended). Usually the wearer is book smart but ignorant of what they should actually wear for the expedition. Usually accessorized with a rifle or musket. [[RealityIsUnrealistic Counterintuitively]] most of them needed more coverage in RealLife to avoid sunburns and harmful insects and during [[TheGayNineties the age of African exploration]] the pith helmet was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Henry_M_Stanley_1872.jpg the narrow-brimmed model]] of [[UsefulNotes/AngloZuluWar Zulu War]] vintage, not the broad-brimmed "Bombay Bowler" of the post-1900 years.

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Whether it's a trip to the Serengeti, a jaunt through time or pulp/steampunk adventures, these are the outfits you want to wear! Worn by the AdventurerArchaeologist, LadyOfAdventure, GreatWhiteHunter, EgomaniacHunter and GentlemanAdventurer, as well as the AcePilot, and, sometimes, the BoldExplorer.

There's There're three stock ensembles that make up this trope, though it's sometimes mix-and-matched with other StockCostumeTraits:

'''Safari Outfit:''' Beige or tan linens, big brown belt, boots, probably a rifle and binoculars. Also, a safari hat, hat called a Pith Helmet; ([[HighClassGlass monocle]] optional but recommended). Usually Usually, the wearer is book smart but ignorant of what they should actually wear for the expedition. Usually accessorized with a rifle or musket. [[RealityIsUnrealistic Counterintuitively]] most of them needed more coverage in RealLife to avoid sunburns and harmful insects and during [[TheGayNineties the age of African exploration]] the pith helmet was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Henry_M_Stanley_1872.jpg the narrow-brimmed model]] of [[UsefulNotes/AngloZuluWar Zulu War]] vintage, not the broad-brimmed "Bombay Bowler" of the post-1900 years.



* Literature/{{Biggles}} and his colleagues usually wear the Airman variant (heck, they and their contemporaries were arguably the TropeCodifier) but on occasion they'll don Safari Outfits for hot climates.

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* Literature/{{Biggles}} and his colleagues usually wear the Airman variant (heck, they and their contemporaries were arguably the TropeCodifier) but on occasion occasion, they'll don Safari Outfits for hot climates.



** ''[[Theatre/CimrmanInMusicDomain Cimrman in the Music Domain]]'', with a sub-title "Educational evening with a one-act opera ''[[ShowWithinAShow The Success of the Czech Engineer in India]]''" . This outfit is worn by a British governor Colonel Colonel.

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** ''[[Theatre/CimrmanInMusicDomain Cimrman in the Music Domain]]'', with a sub-title "Educational evening with a one-act opera ''[[ShowWithinAShow The Success of the Czech Engineer in India]]''" . This outfit is worn by a British governor Colonel Colonel.colonel.



* {{LEGO}}'s ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' knockoff LEGOAdventurers featured all their main characters in varations of these.

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* {{LEGO}}'s ''Franchise/IndianaJones'' knockoff LEGOAdventurers featured all their main characters in varations variations of these.



* ''VideoGame/AgarestSenki'' has Noa, an elf eirl who's living her life finding treasures, spots a Safari type with little pants.

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* ''VideoGame/AgarestSenki'' has Noa, an elf eirl girl who's living her life finding treasures, spots a Safari type with little pants.



* Simon Belmont in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' wore a pilot's outfit, with goggles and a backpack. Only problem is the Simon Belmont from the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' franchise that this Simon is ''supposed'' to be based off is a VampireHunter and doesn't dress anything like this.

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* Simon Belmont in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' wore a pilot's outfit, with goggles and a backpack. Only The only problem is the Simon Belmont from the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' franchise that this Simon is ''supposed'' to be based off is a VampireHunter and doesn't dress anything like this.
24th Sep '17 12:36:05 PM nombretomado
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* {{Biggles}} and his colleagues usually wear the Airman variant (heck, they and their contemporaries were arguably the TropeCodifier) but on occasion they'll don Safari Outfits for hot climates.

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* {{Biggles}} Literature/{{Biggles}} and his colleagues usually wear the Airman variant (heck, they and their contemporaries were arguably the TropeCodifier) but on occasion they'll don Safari Outfits for hot climates.
18th Jul '17 7:48:14 PM HeroGal2347
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* Launchpad [=McQuack=] from ''WesternANimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', aviator outfit.

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* Launchpad [=McQuack=] from ''WesternANimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternANimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', aviator outfit.
15th Jun '17 6:35:20 AM JackG
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* In "Roar", Creator/KatyPerry and a handsome Indiana-Jones type start off wearing the safari version. Subverted when the hero quickly gets eaten by a tiger and Perry's character discards the outfit as she changes from DamselInDistress to a [[FanService scantily-clad]] JunglePrincess.

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* In "Roar", Creator/KatyPerry and a handsome Indiana-Jones type BoldExplorer start off wearing the safari version. Subverted when the hero quickly gets eaten by a tiger and Perry's character discards the outfit as she changes from DamselInDistress to a [[FanService scantily-clad]] JunglePrincess.
15th Jun '17 6:33:02 AM JackG
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* In "Roar", Creator/KatyPerry and a handsome Indiana-Jones type start off wearing the safari version. Subverted when the hero quickly gets eaten by a tiger and Perry's character discards the outfit as she changes from DamselInDistress to a [[FanService scantily-clad]] JunglePrincess.
2nd Jun '17 1:36:05 PM WillKeaton
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* Simon Belmont in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' wore a pilot's outfit, with goggles and a backpack. Only problem is the Simon Belmont from the ''Franchise/Castlevania'' franchise that this Simon is ''supposed'' to be based off is a VampireHunter and doesn't dress anything like this.


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* Simon Belmont in ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' wore a pilot's outfit, with goggles and a backpack. Only problem is the Simon Belmont from the ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' franchise that this Simon is ''supposed'' to be based off is a VampireHunter and doesn't dress anything like this.
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