q-Space trajectory imaging is a recently introduced approach for determining microscopic diffusion tensor properties like μFA and orientation coherence. To create the necessary higher order B-tensors special gradient trajectories are needed. The initial implementation of q-space trajectory imaging was based on magic-angle-spinning of the q-vector, and required echo times of 160 ms for b-values of 2000 s/mm2. In the current abstract, numerically optimized gradient trajectories were implemented, which reduced the required echo time to 115 ms. The resulting parameter maps benefited from the increase in signal-to-noise ratio.