Pacific Antenna has added a new trap dipole design to their lineup.
The 20/40m trap dipole that I use frequently has been joined by a 17/30m version.
The dual band dipole is approx. 40ft long, and requires no antenna lowering, jumper changes, etc to switch bands.
I really like the 20/40m version and it is the main antenna for all of my SOTA activations, usually as an inverted v or dipole with the center insulator supported by a 20ft telescopic fishing pole. The 17/30m version will be great to have when a contest has the other bands occupied.
QRP Guys has/is adding a bunch of antennas as well. I know these have shown up on the reflector once or twice already.
I have purchased and built (but not tested quite yet) the new Tri-Band Vertical (N2CX designed) and the UnUnTenna (the Plus model adds tuner).
Both kits were a cinch to put together, especially the vertical. The UnUnTenna toroid is a bit complicated, otherwise the kit is simple as well. I’m still not a fan of the wingnut “binding post” method of wire attachment they use, although they now drill hole for strain relief which helps prevent wires from pulling out. They could instead including ring terminals and eliminate some of the hardware. I’m looking forward to testing them, especially the vertical. I should have that vertical on the air for ARRL DX SSB.
Coming soon is a no tune EFHW (end fed half wave) antenna which should be another simple build.
A nice feature about the new antennas is the use of the PCB as a winder, quite a helpful feature.