We present a model for spin-1 dark matter with self-interactions through a massive spin-1 mediator. Despite all gauge symmetries being broken, the dark matter candidate is stable. We then discuss how this toy model fits into a broader research program of new types of composite dark matter.
We discuss the upper bounds on the sparticles masses.
In the split supersymmetry, we consider such bounds from
the Higgs boson mass and electroweak vacuum stability. And
in the universal high-scale supersymmetry, we consider
such bounds from Higgs boson mass, gauge couple unification,
and proton decay, etc.