- 0.91 Inch Handle
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approximate -6 to -8 Length to Weight Ratio
- Birch Wood
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- Maroon Barrel, Natural Handle Finish
- Traditional Knob
The D-BAT SBSP model Softball Bat is offered in lengths of 33" and 34" with a length to weight ratio between -6 to -8 depending on the length of the bat. The SBSP's tapered barrel ensures maximum barrel length with out the "Heaviness" of a traditional softball bat. The design of this bat places most of the weight in the middle of the bat to produce unbelievable balance, greater stability, as well as added bat speed through the hitting zone. This is truly a one of a kind bat for the serious softball player. Birch bats are made of a hard hitting wood that does not flake like ash. Birch is stronger than ash and is more flexible and lighter than maple. Free Shipping!
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Is this bat used for those big 16" slow pitch softballs?
Asked by wally on Apr 17, 2013
The D-BAT Birch Wood Softball Bat: SBSP is a wood slow pitch bat that can be used with any regulation softball or even a 16" clincher or "mush" ball.
· Apr 17, 2013
When it says "weight ratio between -6 to -8 depending on the length of the bat" Which weight drop goes with which length?
Asked by JR on May 15, 2012
Actually, every length SBSP bat has an approximate -6 to -8 length to weight ratio. This will not vary by size.
· May 15, 2012
what is the differance between wood used in bats?
Asked by snodevil on Mar 25, 2012
Just like there are different types of trees, there are different types of wood used in bat. The most common and most popular are maple and ash. Maple is a little harder and will be heavier than ash. Ash is a little softer. Maple may be a little more durable. Ash makes the ball feel a little softer at impact. Birch is between Ash and Maple in my opinion. It is pretty hard (not quite as hard as maple though) and is lighter in weight than maple.
· Mar 25, 2012
im 5'7 tall im wondering if i need 33' or 34' ??
Asked by norbs north on Jan 03, 2012
Most non-wood slowpitch bat are 34 inches in length and I don't think you'll have a problem with a 34 inch wood slow pitch bat. However, at 5'7", a 33 inch bat may be a good option.
· Jan 04, 2012
Is this bat ASA approved?
Asked by JC on Jun 23, 2011
It hasn't been ASA approved but because it is wood it is under the 98mph mandated by ASA.
· Jun 25, 2011
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