New SPIKA Hunting Clothing

Spika Olive Highpoint Jumper Spika Olive Highpoint Jumper

Spika have added to their range of Hunter-camo clothing with an excellent selection of olive colour apparel. Take for instance their Basecamp Jumper. It’s made of high performance 200gsm HeatFleece fabric designed to insulate the body in cold weather yet remain breathable. Featuring a high-zipper neck, secure zip-up chest pocket and a relaxed fit, the Basecamp Jumper can we worn out bush or as casual wear.
Spika also produce the Highpoint jumper in a slightly heavier 330gsm Heatfleece fabric, however, this model also features a Hydroshield weatherproof membrane. While the Highpoint is highly water resistant, it’s also 100% wind proof thanks to Hydroshield and its internal fleece lining. Other features include adjustable cuffs, high zippered neck for added protection, YKK zip-up pocket, secure chest pocket and a semi-relaxed fit for ease of movement.

Spika Buckland RainShield
Spika Buckland RainShield

The Buckland Rain Shield is another great product from Spika. This jacket is lightweight, easy to store and designed for emergency weather protection. Made of a lightweight fabric that’s bonded to Spika’s Hydroshield weatherproof membrane, it’s completely waterproof, windproof and most importantly breathable. The jacket actually compacts into it’s own front pocket when not in use for easy storage, I have one thrown in the bottom of my back pack for use when glassing for extended periods of time in drizzle or windy conditions.
Other features include adjustable cuffs, tape sealed seams for waterproofness,
DWR outer coating which repels rain on its surface, adjustable and removable hood and adjustable bungee chord collar for a snug fit.
To find out more visit or ask at your local gun shop.




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Tony Pizzata

Tony's hunting career spans more than 50 years, from small game here in Australia through to big-game hunts around the globe. His first article was published in Sporting Shooter magazine almost 40 years, and he has worked full-time here as National Sales Manager and Field Editor for over 35 years. Tony's contribution to Sporting Shooter's solid foundations spans its printed history as well as its move to a digital future.