So you’ve started darting, now you need some supplies. While you can make do with a hand-me-down set of darts, spending a little cash can improve your game, keep you organized or just add your own sense of style to things.
Over the years I have used and tested all the best (and worst) dart products on the market. The gear listed here is the best of the best.
Price does not always equal quality, and that is taken into consideration when deciding on my recommendations. The products listed here are current what I am using or I have used in the past with great results.
The Winmau Blade 5 is the best bristle board I have ever played on. It is what I currently use at home and it’s our pick for the best dartboard. If you are new to darts and not sure if you need the best of the best, or are just on a limited budget, I recommend checking out the Ignat Assassin Blade Pro.
If you are new to the game of darts and not sure where to begin, you cannot go wrong with the Cuesoul 95% Tungsten Steel Tip Darts. Not only are they a beautiful set of quality darts, but they also come with a case, flights, sharpener, and more! If you are looking for something a little higher-end, check out our article on what darts the pros use for some inspiration.
Recommended Dart Cases
If you only have a single set of darts and want a durable case that is easy to just grab and go, my recommendation is for the Harrows Ace Case. It has a solid construction that stops your darts from getting flatten and keeps them from banging around. If you are like me and travel with several sets of darts, you will want something a little bigger like the Casemaster Legion Dart Case. It holds 3 sets and there is plenty of room for additional flights, shafts, chalk, you name it, it fits.