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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.
A 271L turning wooden baseball bat 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 wooden baseball bat 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.
This is an old Glomar wooden baseball bat turning of the original AZ421. Good size barrel and a thin handle with a small knob. This bat has a pro profile with a great sweet spot.
This bat is modeled after the Marucci CB15. This is a great bat for power hitters that like large barrels and end loaded bats. This model has a standard knob that transitions into a med handle.Similar to a 110
This is a Pro Model with an extra large barrel - 2.61" and a thick 1" handle combined with a standard 271 knob.
This bat is modeled after the Marucci CU26. This is a great bat for gap hitters who have great bat control and don't want a huge barrel. The knob slightly flares into a medium sized handle. Similar to a 141
This is a combination of our standard 243 barrel mixed with a 271 handle.
This is an industry standard model adult wood baseball bat. The birch bats model K55 comes with a 1 1/16" handle and a 2 1/2" barrel. For the player who likes a bigger than industry average handle. This model is similar to the 161 with a slightly larger barrel. This bat is favored by both power hitters who like thick handles and contact hitters who like the bat control a thick handle provides.
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