History of Grit Inc.

  

1985

Industrial Designer Greg Collins founds Pace Design.

  

2003

The first Hockey Tower prototype is designed.

  

2004

Aldo Buccioni and Greg Collins first discuss the Hockey Tower over a beer and pizza.

  

2006

A more recognizable Hockey Tower, the first generation HT1 is launched.

  

2010

The gloves are off... GRIT sues company for copying the design of the Hockey Tower.

  

2011

The Torneo FC Soccer Seat launches.

  

GRIT takes on the world of figure skating with their first edition of Skate Tower bag.

  

GRIT launches the SUMO, the Hockey Tower for goalies.

  

2012

The Gearbox arrives, combining GRIT innovation with traditional style.

  

2013

Imitation is the finest form of flattery? Grit Sues Reebok.

  

2014

With input from local softball players and lots of knowledge carried over from making other sports bags GRIT introduces the BALL TOWER Baseball bag.

  

HT5 is the first generation of HOCKEY TOWER bags to use the torsion technology composite frame. Production is very limited as we monitor the acceptance of the bag in the market.

  

The Hockey POD, the first sling hockey bag, slightly ahead of its time.

  

2015

Imagine a sumo on a diet. SUMO, the ultimate Goalie bag, is now made 21% lighter by utilizing the Torsion Technology frame.

  

2016

Introducing the FLEX " HOCKEY TOWER" the next generation of towers, it's pure genius.

  

GX3, a pro style hockey bag with organization and ventilation.

  

The Dance Tower combines style, grace and function in a portable wardrobe for the competitive dancer.

  

2017

After three years of testing the torsion technology, is introduced into all new Hockey Tower. The HTFX & HYFX "Hockey Tower" are now much lighter, more flexible and can be carried or wheeled.

  

AIRBOX "The Bag that Breathes" with 360º of ventilation and organization. This unique carry bag design was influenced by a camping chair that was constructed from a highly tensile nylon mesh and webbing.

  

Working in conjunction with L.A. based Designer Peter Kao Grit introduces the world’s best duffle, S.U.B. "Sport Utility Business" bag.

  

BALL PACK baseball bag, incorporates many of the features found on the BB2 Tower except in a backpack style.