While Gear’s updated website has been more than a long time coming, especially after we saw the brand miss a couple of deadlines. The site is now finally up and running, and we have to say it was worth the wait. Usually when a brand upgrades their site things like a rebrand, entirely new supplements or even flavors are all possibilities. Gear may not have updated their look on this occasion, but they have revealed more new products than we’ve ever seen from a brand at any one time.
Previously Gear had a relatively small line up with five supplements, the originals Pre, Maxx and E Shock, the fat burner Thermo G, and sleep aid Sleep2Gro. As mentioned the brand’s all new website has revealed a whole lot of new products that are said to be coming soon with a total of 16 spread out across what looks to be about three different series.
First off we have the Core Series supplements which actually makes up most of the list. The basically named formulas are B12, Multi-Vitamin, Fish Oil, CLA, L-Carnitine, Yohimbine HCl, Calcium & Magnesium, Beta Alanine, and Agmatine Sulfate. Next we have the previously confirmed R3 Series product Cre HCl, as well as two other creatines Hydro-Cre and Cre-G. Moving on to the all new G Girl Series presumably Gear’s female marketed line, the brand has unveiled two items, the fat burner G Girl Melt and self-explanatory G Girl Daily Detox.
Last but not least we have the two Gear protein powders, G Pro and Prime Cut. The latter is a never before seen beef protein isolate, with G Pro being a supplement the brand has mentioned on more than a number of occasions. Despite G Pro still maintaining its status of coming soon, Gear’s updated website has revealed some a rather interesting detail. Apparently the long-awaited G Pro has been made “with the delicious signature flavor combinations of the world famous Cold Stone Creamery”. The product’s menu does indeed reflect that with six recipes confirmed so far in Chocolate Devotion, Chocolate Minster, Cookies & Creamery, Birthday Cake Remix, Peanut Butter Cup Perfection and Banana Caramel Crunch.
16 new supplements is no doubt exciting, although the big question now is how long will it take Gear to launch any or all of them? From here all we can do is wait, as coming soon is unfortunately the only time frame 16 the brand has given. If you’d like a closer look at some of the products as well as the brand’s updated website you can head on over to gearsportsnutrition.com. While none of the supplements mentioned are available, most of them do have pictures with some already listing their facts panels, including the protein powders Prime Cut and G Pro.