Haven't seen this and it says "new".://www.westmarine.com/buy/west-marine--scoop-anchors--P015985708/zoomImages
Sorry about the mess. Can't do stuff w my I-pad.
They call it a Scoop anchor but it dosn't look very scoopish to me. I think Marin has some strange ideas about what a scoop anchor is too so maybe I'm the one in the dark. To me a scoop anchor has a concave fluke (always) and the Max, Supreme, Spade, Boss and perhaps Claw anchors are scoop anchors. They look like a scoop. Plow anchors would be represented by the CQR, Delta, Excel and Shark.
Also interesting is the same fluke tip as the Supreme. I've not been able to figure out the reason for the little heart shape on the end. Would seem to pierce the bottom better if it had a straight edge at the tip like a Rocna. Perhaps it's there to give a bit more area well fwd but it would be real small.
It appears WM is now an anchor manufacturer. I'm not in the know as to who makes their Danforths. Perhaps they make the "Scoop" too? It has a rough agricultural look about looks like it got wrinkled during manufacturing.
Anyone know about this ... or has it been on the market for some time?