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2016 Combat Vigor Review

The 2016 Combat Vigor is the best tool to increase your batting stats. It has a definite wall construction and flexible stiffness which allows barrel firmness upon contact, increasing power at every bat. It features a special Precision Molded Seamless Construction in which each swing delivers pure, strong energy and a huge sweet spot. Its […]

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2015 & 2016 Easton Mako Torq Review

2015 Easton Mako Torq The 2015 Easton Mako Torq is a two-piece bat with a TCT thermo composite technology that gives it a massive sweet spot and speed. Its’ CNX patented two-piece conation technology also helps in energy transfer and improves its feel. The Easton also came with a 360 degree rotating handle, which allowed […]

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2015 Easton S3z Review

Easton has stepped up its game by releasing the Easton S3Z Z-CORE. The one-piece, Hyperlite Alloy design provides players with the optimal amount of power with very little exhilaration required. This new model incorporates Z-Core Internal Technology and is designed to boost the player’s power, while still enhancing control. The Easton S3Z Z-Core helps serious […]

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2015 & 2016 DeMarini Insane Review

2015 DEMARINI INSANE 2015 DeMarini Insane was a one-piece design, which focused on providing hitters with a good balance, bat control, and a superior swing speed without losing “pop”. The 2015 DeMarini was built with the brand’s popular CS4 Aluminum alloy, which is distinguished to provide superior feel and a good performance. It also came […]

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Rip-It 2015 Air, Air Elite, Senior League Bat Reviews

2015 RIP-IT Air Elite BBCOR The 2015 RIP-IT Air Elite BBCOR is the latest iteration of the young athletic company’s Air series, corresponding with the simultaneous releases of Rip-it’s 2015 Air BBCOR and Senior League bats. Although these three bats are not drastically different from their 2014 predecessors — weight distributions and designs are virtually […]

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