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A Louisville T141 turning with a 29/32" handle and a 2.4" barrel. This model has a conventional knob. This is a very popular style with contact hitters. Made from high density wood giving this model extra pop.
Similar to a CU26
A Louisville M110 turning with a 1" handle and a 2 1/2" barrel. The knob is 1 15/16" and slightly flared. This is the most popular bat in the Major & Minor leagues.
Similar to a CB15
A C271 turning with a 15/16" handle and a 2 1/2" barrel. The knob is the industry standard for tapered models. Knob is 1 15/16. This is one of the most popular models used by any league. This Wood bat features a flared knob, tapered handle and balanced feel.
This is a standard Model 73. This model has a large knob, thin handle, and big barrel with a large sweet spot. Due to the large size knob this model is surprisingly well balanced and quick to the ball. This is a very popular model in the big leagues. Loved by leadoff hitters as well as the big power guys. This is similar to a PWB1 model.
This is a 3 bat pack of your choice of our ProLight models. These bats will come between a -4 and -5 and are great for the younger kids transitioning from wood to metal but need a little help with the weight.
This is a limited time three pack of our High Density maple bats.
This is a youth birch or maple ultralight bat that will be between a -8 to -10 weight drop. This can come in either the model 271 or 73.
**When you give up weight you also give up longevity. Ultralight bats are not as strong as our regular models.**
This is a bamboo softball bat. This model is a high quality Bamboo Bat made in the U.S. from the finest bamboo china has to offer. This model can be ordered with a reinforced handle as well.
This bat is ASA approved
This is a one piece maple composite wood bat. The profile of the bat is our model 271 with an inlaid fiberglass handle. This bat is very well balanced with a great sweet spot and is perfect for players who need a more durable wood bat. It's also great for teams where players are sharing bats.
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