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Louisville Slugger Attack 2014 Review

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Design? Some Photos

Design Verdict The design of the Louisville Slugger Attack 2014 is really beautiful. Worth? I must say, yes!


Length to Weight Ratio

 This is a 12 ratio baseball bat, which means, the weight and length blends perfectly for use by little players.  It hangs with a perfect height, making it ideal for any small baseball player.


Technology

 Tru3 technology involves a dependable joining of the handle and barrel of baseball bats, giving them more balanced power. 


Detailed Specifications

 12 length to weight ratio  2-1/4" barrel diameter  The first ever 3-Piece Pure 360 Composite construction provides thinner walls for more pop and less weight  Patented Tru3 Technology provides maximum trampoline effect and sting elimination  Approved for play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and USSSA


The Positives

 This baseball bat is designed with great feel, making using it more enjoyable  The synthetic grip makes it more dependable and easy to use by kids  Three piece construction gives it well distributed swing power  Standard handle ideal for little players  Great graphics that makes it look beautiful


The Negatives

ď‚š Dents easily after a few uses and the barrel gets chipped


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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Is this bat a full composite? Is it as well ideal for a ten year old? - This is a two-piece fully composite bat; it can be a perfect selection for a ten year old.


What Customers Say About It?

ď‚š Amazing bat but I had to return it after my son said it was to heavy so I bought the Prime, get some! ď‚š My 11 year old son was very pleased with this bat. Met Little League standards and definitely had that pop we were looking for!


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