Louisville Hard Maple Black Wood Baseball Bat
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Great performance and solid feel for game usage. The turning models for the wood baseball bats are randomly selected from the following models: C271, P72, C243, R161, T141, K55. May or may not have cupped end.
Available in 30", 31", 32", 33", 34".
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- Great Pop
- Light weight
- Maple Wood
- Top heavy
Comments about Louisville Slugger Louisville Hard Maple Black Wood Baseball Bat:
Having used Maple Wood bats for over 10 years I can safely say this bat is fantastic for the price. Light weight with a slight top heavy feel this bat is perfect for those power hitters looking to create more bat speed through the zone.
The handle is a tad on the thin side which worried me about premature breaking. Thankfully, I have gone through pre-season with no issues. I have every confidence in this bat and look forward to using it this season.
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Baseball Bat Sizing Chart
Bat sizing charts:
Softball Bat Sizing
To find the correct bat length for your softball-playing daughter, have her stand straight up with her arms to the side. Place a ruler to her side with the start of the ruler (the "0" mark) on the ground. Read the measurement at the end of her wrist, just where the hand meets the forearm. As a general rule, this measurement indicates the perfect bat length for her.
Another sizing method for Baseball and Softball
Another great means for determining bat size is what we'll call the wingspan method. Have your son or daughter stand up tall with their arms straight out (arms should be parallel to the ground as if they were trying to mimic an airplane). Measure from the very center of their chest out to the tip of their fingers. That measurement will give you the ideal bat length.
It's always best to try to size using a variety of methods to come up with their ideal. For youth which are still growing, we recommend that you go with the longest length obtained through the various sizing methods. We often use the break of the wrist method (described in the softball bat sizing above) along with this method and use the longer of the two.
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