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This is the Jason Giambi pro model. This model has a thin handle with a small tapered knob. Has a large sweet spot for the long ball, with a pro profile. This is the same model that the slugger uses.
The G27 is the Gincarlo Stanton model. This model has a large sweet spot with a barrel diameter of 2.52", a medium handle, and flared cone knob. This model is great for power hitters who like the comfort of the flared knob.
This is a sweet swinging custom model. We took the standard 271 and added a 2.4" knob. The knob allows the head to jump out on this model. Hitters will find their bats getting to the ball quicker with this model. The 2.51" barrel gets to the ball quickly with this model. The balance is incredible.
This is a custom Viper Bats exclusive model that has a Xbats - Model 98 barrel with our Viper - 73 knob.
A 271L turning is a slightly modified 271. It has a 15/16" handle and a 2.52" barrel with a longer sweet spot. The knob is the industry standard for tapered models and is 2". This is a slightly modified 271 for the power enthusiasts who love the feel of a traditional 271.
This is the model of choice for slugger Manny Ramirez. The 318 has a med handle with a med barrel and a very large sweet spot. This model is a great transition from metal to wood. The 318 is loved by contact hitters as well as power hitters.
The Viper 159 is based on the Louisville conversion M159. The small knob is complimented by a thin handle and neck. The barrel tapers sharply toward the sweet spot then goes straight to the end of the bat.
The 161 makes a fine bat in any size but we recommend Birch so that the weights come in correct. The thick handle balances out the bat and it tends to feel like you are swinging a broom stick, especially in a 32" or 33". Most hitters lay off this bat because of the thick handle but once you get over that attribute you will love this stick.
This is a standard 110 barrel with the original cone knob. This is the perfect marriage of the 2 most popular models. It has the well balanced feel of the 110 and the bat speed of the big knob models.
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