Im sure Im not the first to do this; but I who ever started it I owe a a huge thanks. Im calling it Adventure Hunting; but you could call it Historical or Re-enacting Hunting, or just dress up hunting. Whether its wearing a hunting frock and moccasins while BP hunting with a flintlock or dressing in tweeds and lace up leather knee boots for upland birds, or buckskins for a Buffalo hunt on the western plains, or breeches and a cloak with a Tyrolean hat while stalking Wild Boar; I like it. I have nothing against my buddies who hunt in the most modern camouflage, until that is when they mix patterns--thats just wrong! Its like they guy that wears a Giants hat with a Jets jersey.... If you hunt in camo, enjoy; but for me its boring. For me its like wearing a uniform to work, when you want to wear a Brooks Bros suit. Heck I get it. I get that theres a lot of science behind modern camo, just look at all the patterns, somebody must have gotten something right.....but I also get that hunting in "garb" is fun. There are pages in the muzzle-loading section of members doing traditional hunts in RSA. On my first safari I dressed like Teddy Roosevelt-just because. Ive got an up coming Wild Boar hunt, Im tempted to wear my red lined cloak (always thinking safety) and a Alpine hat with Ostrich plums OR perhaps my wife and I will wear a matching set of tweeds? For me its part of the hunt. Its deciding what period, what style, just like what rifle and what ammo.