Pros: I am 10 years old and I got this bat Tuesday. I got my first homerun of the season with it on my third at bat. This bat is great it has tons of pop. Just wait untill I get it broke in. Can't wait to use it in allstars. This bat is BEAST!!
Pros: The B4 is true to Combat form. Because of the new LL rules, my son switched to the Omen this year. He did not like it as much as his B3 Gear. We just got this bat and he loves it. He is hitting the ball great and with authority. Well balanced unlike the Omen.
Cons: Although the white grip looks cool at first...it's now more of a reddish white.
Pros: Great bat--don't see a lot of difference between this and the B3 or B3 Gear--which honestly annoys me that Little League put us all through this. You will love the bat, great pop--all the kids love this bat.
Pros: This bast is hot right out of the wrapper. Couldn't be more happy. Was extremely disappointed when B1 and B2 were no longer allowed by Little League. I honestly see no difference when my son is hitting. This is a great bat!
Pros: WOW!!!! Very solid and hard hitting with great speed off the bat. My son hit about 150 balls today and all were rockets. Very sharp appearance and very durable. Quite impressed with this bat. He already has the B2, Da Bomb and it too is awsome. Love ComBats and will buy nothing else.
Cons: Minor sting when hit off the end of the bat.
Pros: Bought my son a CF5 last year for All Stars. It was a dud out of the wrapper, but it heated up as it broke in. CF5 is a fine bat, but wasn't sure he was taking advantage of the double wall construction. Just picked up the Combat B4 from here, and what the heck? He used a B1 for All Stars last year, and this thing is just as hot as that bat was right out of the wrapper. Does it blow the CF5 away? If you consider he's hitting the ball farther with every cut, then yes it does.
Pile driver of a bat with amazing pop!
Pros: Awesome bat. I have the "B1" bat and it recently went on the illegal side for composite bats. For $219.99, I sure hope that this one doesn't turn illegal! Besides that, this bat has great pop, and also has an awesome sound! It's great and it's not even broken in yet! Buy it!!
Cons: It Can chip easily,and it's white handle turns reddish- white.
Pros: My 11 & 12 year old sons had been hitting with the Easton Omen for the past 8 months and loved it. 3 days before opening day this year the end cap popped off..Needless to say bad outing on opening day. Ordered this bat ASAP! (they don't make the Omen anymore) I've heard great things about Combat Bats so i figured we'd try one. AWESOME! Great pop out of the wrapper..heck of a confidence builder. Lighter than it says to be, and it's not broken in yet!
Pros: Awesome bat. Great pop. Well balanced. Light enough for wicked bat speed.
Cons: Fibers came loose in one spot after 3 weeks use (bat gave off buzzing sound andn ball came off bat dead when hit in particular spot) and had to send back for replacement in mid-season, but Combat warrantied right away with no problem.
Pros: My son is 7 years old and has successfully bumped up to thge B4 just in time for U-8 All Stars. The pop off of the bat is truly impressive. A combination of the bat and improved confidence are consistently helping to hit balls 20% farther.
Cons: The white grip was white for one at bat. As long as it's functional, we're OK with it. The bat is a hit with the whole team and that stresses the kid out...
Pros: got this bat and the omen for my son-(9yo)he loves them both! During games and practice-rec and travel he asks me which one I want him to use-triple first 2 times at bat! Love the wooden bat sound not the ping or sting from alum-son use to be a slapper/lead off now hes dropped to 3rd and even 4th for clean up! hittn w the big boys now! Had 4RBIs with first game!
Pros: Amazing bat right out of the wrapper.Just bought it 30 min before my game and first at bat, I crushed one down the line and got a double.This bat is not for bad but for good, consistant hitters.Great POP,and big sweetspot.
Cons: Marks easily,and the worst part is that the bat gets thicker where the C is, and skinnier at the B4 and COMBAT sign.Grip is white ,so gets dirty easy.
Pros: NEW: just broke the bat in, no issues, has great pop, big sweet spot, feel NOTHING but sweet contact when ball gets crushed in the sweet spot, grips are white-but nice and comfy, and you forget the bat is there when you hold it-great balance.
Cons: A little vibration when handcuffed, but nothing close to the sting of other bats.
Pros: My son recieved this bat on a Wednesday and less than 24 hours later had two monster home runs including a Grand Slam. The ball literally jumps off the bat. The following game he knocks out another one, now he has people talking and asking where we got this bat from.
Pros: This is the best bat I have owned to date. Plenty of pop. Have hit 6 Homeruns this year with the bat. Hit one off the end cap and it broke and Combat was good for the warrenty. I would buy another one.
Pros: Nice Looking bat, It is all, I have to say about it.
Cons: I did a lot of research about this bat before I bought it for my 8 years old but the bat did not help at all. I don't know what it is but he can use his TPX and the ball keeps going to the fence but with the Combat it is not the same. He also have a B3 and it is much better than the B4.
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Why was this bat discontinued?
Asked by Cesar
All bats will eventually become discontinued when a manufacturer changes its product offerings. But this bat also featured the older BPF 1.15 performance rating which needed to be updated by the manufacturer after the 2012 season. The B4 models were replaced by the B4 Portent line. And now that line has been replaced with the COMBAT Portent Youth Baseball Bat (PORYB112). This COMBAT B4 Youth Baseball Bat (B4YB1 -12) was a great bat, but COMBAT has moved on with their product line.
Will this bat be legal in Little League for 2015? It has USSSA BPF 1.15 printed on it.
Asked by bloyd
This COMBAT B4 (B4YB1) -12 Youth bat is listed on the most current Little League Approved Bats list (http://goo.gl/vaAV9R), and should still be approved for Little League in 2015. As of now, Little League Baseball does not require the newest BPF 1.15 stamp; just that the bat carries a BPF 1.15 certification mark. But I would absolutely check with a League Director concerning any bat legality question.
Is this bat 29 inches and does it have a 115 stamp. My Grandson lives in San Diego and the league requires a 115 stamp. Is the barrel 2 5/8?
Asked by Mary Cav
We only show the sizes we have in stock. We do not have the COMBAT B4: B4YB1 available in a 29" model. This is a discontinued model, and we will not be getting any more in stock. It is a youth bat with a 2 1/4" barrel.
What is the difference between the b4 and the b2 reloaded? Is the b2 reloaded just the newest composite?
Asked by iratherbehunting
The biggest difference is the Separation Barrier Technology featured in the Reloaded, but not the B4. This helps the Reloaded perform at its best right out of the wrapper and it won't require a break-in period like the B4.
I see a lot of comments asking if the B4 will be legal in 2013, and it doesn't have the new stamp on it. Is it going to be grandfathered in for the 2013 year? If not I am going to have my son stop using it in training this winter.
Asked by Crutch1010
The COMBAT B4 -12 is going to be legal in 2013. The youth bats do not require the new stamp on the bat.
I have a COMbat B3 Senior League 30"-20oz. What is the difference of the COMbat Pure Gear Senior League 30"-20oz. and the Rip-It Senior League 30"-20oz. Which one is better?
Asked by Jim
The COMBAT B3: B3SL1 -10 Senior League bat will be a One-Piece All Composite design. It will feature COMBAT's Variable Stiffness Technology for a Bigger Sweetspot. It will provide an Extra Long Barrel. The 2013 COMBAT Pure: PURESL1 -10 Senior League bat will be also be a One-Piece all Composite design. It will feature the same Variable Stiffness Technology. This bat will feature the Gear Technology for a better feel in the player's hands. The 2013 RIP-IT Prototype: B1310 Senior League bat will be a One-Piece R1 all Alloy design. This bat will have a barrel diameter of 2 3/4", where as both COMBAT's had 2 5/8" barrels. This bat comes with a 30 Day Love It or Return It Program from Rip-It. Play with it for a Full Month and if you're unsatisfied you can return it to RIP-IT and receive your full refund. This bat will feature an Acoustic Barrel which will make the bat swing with a truly Balanced Feel. All three models would be great selections for a Youth hitter.
Is this bat legal for San Mateo ca little league?
Asked by tony
Yes. The COMBAT B4: B4YB1 -12 Youth bat is Little League approved.
Does this bat have a BPF 1.15, and is it approved for play in Pony baseball?
Asked by help
The COMBAT B4: B4YB1 -12 Youth has the 1.15 BPF and is approved in Pony baseball.
Is the Combat B4: B4YB1-10 (10 drop) Youth good for use in 2013?
Asked by JB
The COMBAT B4 is legal in USSSA and Little League in 2013.
How does this bat compare to the CF5 and S1?
Asked by chris
The COMBAT B4: B4YB1 -12 Youth bat can be compared to the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFL Youth and 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth. All three bats will be fully 100% Composite constructed. The B4 will be a One-Piece design. The CF5 and S1 will be Two-Piece Designs. The B4 and S1 models will be Single Wall designs, where as the CF5 will be Double Wall. The B4 will feature COMBAT's Super Sweetspot Size and Long Barrel Design. The CF5 and S1 will both have very balanced swing weights. All three bats will come with a 12 month Manufacturer's Warranty.
My name is Oscar I am 5 ft 5 and 210 lbs I am a heavyset kid with not a lot of muscle, and I am 11 years old. What size should i go with?
Asked by Rory
You would be best going with a 32" bat, and the highest you should go is 33".
Will the B4 or B3 Retro be approved for Little League in 2013?
Asked by estheone
As of today, both the COMBAT B4 and the COMBAT B3 Retro are approved for Little League in 2013.
Is this bat stamped “approved for play in PONY
Baseball” and stamped with “BPF 1.15” and the year manufactured? Thus, Pony approved?
Asked by john
Yes, the COMBAT B4: B4YB1 -12 Youth does have all of those stamped on the barrel.
Will this bat be legal for Little League for the 2013 season?
Asked by Jackson's Mom
As of today, the COMBAT B4 is legal for 2013 in Little League.
How many hits does it take to break in the COMbat B4?
Asked by none
We recommend 150 to 200 swings to fully break in the COMBAT B4 or any bat with a composite barrel. The key is rotating the barrel each swing to ensure that the bat is evenly broke in across the barrel.
Will the COMbat B4 be legal in Babe Ruth 13-15 for the 2013 season?
Asked by M
For the 13-15 division only composite barrel bats certified and marked BBCOR .50 will be allowed. So the COMBAT B4 Youth would not be legal.
Is the COMbat B4 better than the Easton S1?
Asked by alex
Both bats will have good pop. The Easton S1 will be more balanced and have more flex because it is a two-piece bat. The COMBAT B4 is a one-piece composite.
is the BPF on the combat B4 1.15???
Asked by oscar
Yes, the BPF on the B4YB1 is 1.15.
What is better COMbat B4 or the new 2013 COMbat gear?
Asked by jman
Both are excellent bats with great pop. The COMBAT Pure Gear does use newer technology for a lighter, more balanced swing weight.
im 5'4 135lb should i get drop 10 or 12 31 inch bat for season 60 65 miles per hour pitching?
Asked by differ
Based on your size, a -10 bat would definitely be recommended.
My son has had this bat for about 6 months and today when cleaning I noticed a lot of the paint is chipping. He looks after his bats. Is this an issue and would it be covered under the warranty?
Asked by Mark
I can tell you from years of experience playing ball that paint chips are a somewhat normal occurrence. This is something covered by the manufacturer's warranty, but I always recommend saving your warranty for when something occurs that will actually effect the performance of the bat. You can contact COMBAT at 1-866-266-2287 for warranty information.
What is the difference between the-12 and the-10
Asked by Big boy
The -12 and -10 are referred to as the drop of the bat. You basically figure out what length the player needs to swing, and subtract the drop from the length of the bat to get the weight. Therefore, the -12 would be a lighter bat if you had the same length for both bats drops.
I am getting this bat for my birthday when I turn 12. I am 5"2 and 105 lbs. what size should I get?
Asked by Sarni2052
We would suggest a bat that is 31 inch bat.
Does this bat have a better pop than the Easton XL1?
Asked by PK
Both the COMBAT B4 and the Easton XL1 are composite bats with great pop. The COMBAT will be a little stiffer and more balanced than the Easton XL1.
My son used this bat and it sounds different than the metal bats. Is that due to the composite construction? There is a definite sound difference, almost like a wood bat, that I notice. Is that how it's supposed to sound? We were using regulation Little League baseballs.
Asked by Martha
Since the COMBAT B4 is a full composite design, it will have a different sound than the traditional aluminum bat. Composite bats make more of a crack or thud type sound when hit and the aluminum bats make more of the traditional ping sound.
Does this bat need to be broken in?
Asked by jc
Since this is a composite barrel bat, it will require a break-in. We recommend you take about 100-200 swings off a tee or soft toss. Rotate the barrel about 1/4 inch every few swings. Stay away from using a composite bat in a batting cage that uses yellow dimpled balls as they can damage the composite material.
Will this bat be legal in Little League past 2014?
Asked by number 6
For 2014, all little league bats will need to have the USSSA 1.15BPF stamp to be approved. This bat will not be legal past 2014.
What is the lowest temp. the bat can be used in?
Asked by ray ray
Since this is a composite bat, it is recommended not to use in temperatures around 50 degrees or below. A higher number of damaged composite bats is reported when they are used in temperatures such as these.
What is the lowest temperature the B4 can be used in?
Asked by PC
Since this is a composite bat, it is recommended not to use it in temperatures that are 50-55 degrees or lower. These colder temperatures can affect the balls and end up damaging the bat.
Is this bat going to be legal past 2012 since it has the old USSSA logo? Rules page was a little confusing.
Asked by Mike
According to USSSA rules, 2 1/4" barrels are legal in 2012 and 2013 if they have the old USSSA mark or the new USSSA mark. In 2014 all 2 1/4" must have the new USSSA stamp.
Does this Combat B4 and the Easton S1 have the USSA stamped BPF 1.15 required for youth bats in 2013?
Asked by Ron
The COMBAT B4 does not have the new USSSA stamp. Instead, it has the old stamp, which is being grandfathered in for the 2012 season. The Easton S1 found here: http://www.justbats.com/product/easton-s1--yb11s1-youth/14430/ does feature the new stamp and is legal for use in 2012 and beyond.
Is the COMbat B4 equal or better bat than the DeMarini CF4? Thanks
Asked by Nick
Both bats are great bats. The main difference is the design of the bat. The COMBAT B4 is a one piece composite bat, which is usually preferred by most power hitters. A one piece bat will be pretty stiff and help with their hits more than a two piece, which offers some flex when the ball is hit. The DeMarini CF4 is a two piece design, so it is going to be better suited for contact, or gap hitters. With that being said, you can't really go wrong with either bat and the decision comes down to what kind of hitter you are and what kind of bat you feel more comfortable swinging.
Is the B4 aproved for little league play? If so why is not updated on the little league website?
Asked by Perry
Going by Little League's "Approved Composite Bat" list, the B4 is still on there and listed as a legal bat. Check out littleleague.org/learn/equipment/approvedcompbatssmall.htm
Im about 4 foot 8 and I'm about 75 pounds. What do you think would be the proper bat for my weight and height for little league play?
Asked by brendan
Thank you for your question. According to our Bat Coach feature on our website, I would recommend a 29 inch, 17oz or 16oz. The COMBAT B4: B4YB1 -12 Youth is a great choice.
Is it certified for league ball play?
Asked by ryan
You may want to check with your coach or league official for details. For more information on bats selection you can contact us at 1-866-321-2287.
The bat doesn't have the USSSA 2012 finger print? Are the bats you're selling have the finger print? If so, I'm a buyer
Asked by E
We do carry a number of bats that are USSSA certified. You can check out the USSSA filter on Justbats.com for all bats we have that are certified.
How do you break in this bat
Asked by Billy
We recommend you take about 100-200 swings off a tee or soft toss. Rotate the barrel about 1/4 inch every few swings. Stay away from using a composite bat in a batting cage that uses yellow dimpled balls as they can damage the composite material.
Is the b4 approved for cal Ripken l
Asked by Mayhem2425
Yes this bat is allowed in Cal Ripken league because it's no longer than 33" in length, a 2 1/4" barrel and is marked BPF 1.15.
Approved for Dizzy Dean 5-12? Meets 1.15 BPF but stamp doesnt specifically list Dizzy
Asked by BigBs4UT
Yes. This bat is approved.
my son is 7 years old 8 in april he is 4feet 5inch 72lbs do you think the 29inch 17oz B4 would be fitting for him. His last years bat was a V grip it was 28inch i cant find the weight on it.He knocked the cover of the ball with it so i want to get a more quality bat this year.
Asked by ash
Yes, I would recommmend moving him up to a 29" model.
can you use it in little league
Asked by hitman
Yes, this bat is approved for play in Little League in 2012.
is the combat b4 little league approve for 2012
Asked by mikey
Yes this bat will be approved for Little League play in 2012.
my son is 4'7 79pounds what size do you recommed he is also 11 yr old. b4 or b3 for swing speed and pop?
Asked by viking52
I would recommend the B4 for swing speed. At the size and age I would look at 30" or 29"...If you are still unsure, please use our bat coach located at the top of the website
is this bat ok for cal ripken?
Asked by player
If the player is younger than 13 years old it it is legal for Cal Ripken in 2012. The B4 does have the BPF 1.15 stamp.
will this bat be outlaw in 2012 .for the baberuth or cal ripken legaue
Asked by ooooo
It is legal for both.
What is the best bat for someone 5 feet tall?
Asked by Sliders
A lot more goes into it than just the player's height. However, if you need a youth bat for a player who is 5 feet tall, a 30 inch model would be most common with a weight between 17 and 21 ounces depending on the strength of the player.
Approved for usssa in 2012
Asked by Gary
Yes, if you click on the close up pics you will see, it is stamped with the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp. It is thr first stamp they came out with, but is legal.
My son will be playing Little League (46ft pitching). He is 5'1" and weighs 130. Last year he swung a 30/18 with above average bat speed. Should we get 31/19 or 30/18 this year?
Asked by CLLL coach
With his size and above average bat speed, I'd go with the 31/19, but if he prefers to stay at a 30, you could increase the weight to a 30/19 or a 30/20.
What is differnce btween b4 b3?
Asked by J.R.
The B3 is not approved for little league, while the B4 is approved
My son is a 5'1", 123 lbs 8yr old. I want a bat that he can use for several years. He currently has a 29in/18ox B3. What do you recommend (30 or 31 in.)?
Asked by Jason
If he's 5'1" and you're looking for a bat he can use for several years, I would definitely go with a 31 inch model. Should work out well for him
My son is a power hitter with alot of bat speed. Trying to decide between 30-20 omen or 30-18 b4
Asked by adawg
The B4 is going to have better bat speed because it is lighter. It is a one piece bat, which is more designed for power hitters.
My 11 year old son will be playing with a competitive travel team this year for 11U. They will be playing in Little League, Cal Ripken League and Babe Ruth League tournaments. It is my understanding that composite bats have been outlawed with these three affiliations. I could not help but to notice the "Composite Barrel" written on the barrel. In the reviews section for this bat, several customers have said that they switched to this bat from other composites because of the new rules. Is this bat legal for these three affiliations? I do not want to spend $200 only to find out that he can not use this bat. Thanks for your help.
Asked by turtleman13
This bat is approved for all three leagues
whats the difference between the -12 and the -10 combat b4 because on the picture they look like two totaly different bats
Asked by doogie
The difference is that the -12 is going to be lighter than the -10
Is this bat stamped approved for play in Dixie YOuth Baseball for 2012?
Asked by Larry
Yes, this bat has all of the required stamps for Dixie youth and USSSA for 2012.
Is the weight balanced or end loaded?
Asked by Willypeaches
This is a balacned bat.
What's better, a one piece barrel or double barrel and a half and half or one pice bat? Would a b4 be better or worse than a cf4st or cf5? If the cfs are better which one has more pop and less swing?
I am a power hitter. Thanks
Asked by cardsfan123
Both the B4 and CF5 are going to have good pop because they are both composite. The B4 is a little stiffer so it would be better suited for a power hitter.
Can i use this bat for pony?
Asked by mark4
Yes. It is approved for play in Pony.
Which bat is better the Combat B4 or the Easton S1? thanks.
Asked by ray
Wow, tough call! Both are incredible bats. The B4 is a one piece all composite bat with unbelievable pop and nice balance, huge sweet spot. The Easton S1 is 2 piece fully composite with a Low MOI for faster bat speed. Huge sweet spot also.
I weigh 95 pounds, will this bat fit me well?
Asked by MursesAreMyLife
There are a lot more factors that go in to finding the right size bat than just your weight. Other factors include (height, strength/swing speed, and what size bat you're currently using). We would be more than happy to help you find the right bat if you give us a call at 1-866-321-2287.
What size for son 4'9" and 85 lbs. His b2 just cracked. Would you recommend grifter or b4?
Asked by Carolyn
I would recommend a 30" 18 oz bat. If you need just a little flex then I would recommend the Grifter. If you want a fully composite bat I would recommend the B4 which will have more flex.
Which bat is better the b4 or the gear ? What is the differance?
Asked by Crazy 8
Honestly, you would be thrilled with either one of those bats. COMBAT makes incredible bats with amazing pop and HUGE sweet spots.
is the b4 better than the new b3, if so how much better is it?
Asked by dodgerblue
One think I've heard based on customer feedback, is that players feel the B3 has a slightly larger sweetspot. Even though a lot of people say the B3 has a larger sweet spot, they still say that the B4 has just as much pop as the B3.
If I purchase this bat as a christmas gift how long do I have to return it?
Asked by xhinadoll
If the bat remains new and unused, there is no timeframe. If you get it now and 3 months from now decide it's not going to work out, you can return it to us for a full refund or exchange as long as it is in it's original condition.
Is this bat eligible for 2012 usssa play?
Asked by Keifer
Yes. Small barrel bats like this one will not require the new USSSA stamp until 2013. This bat is still legal for 2012.
Have you heard about the composite bat rules for 2012 for cal ripken league 11 & 12 yr olds?
Asked by express11
As of today, I haven't heard the B4 is going to be illegal next year.
is it composite? could i use it in little leuge
Asked by kp
Yes, the bat is composite and it is currently legal for use in little league.
Does this bat have the USSSA stamp on it for 2012 approval?
Asked by Genee
This bat does NOT have the 2012 USSSA stamp.
Does this bat have the BPF 1.15 and Dixie Youth approved on it?
Asked by WBYBA
This bat does have USSSA 1.15 BPF written on the barrel of the bat. This bat also has Dixie Youth written on the barrel.
Which organizations have approved this bat for play in 2012?
Asked by Mulf
That's a difficult question because there are hundreds of different leagues and organizations with a variety of differnt rules and regulations. This has been approved by Little League. If you know what organization you're in, let us know and we can give you a more clear-cut answer.
What Is The Best Bat Size For A Kid Who Weighs 150 lbs And Is 5ft 5"
Asked by Grand Slam
It depends on what kind of bat you need (youth, senior league, or adult). Based on his height and weight, a bat around 32 or 33 inches is recommended. The weight depends on what type of bat your looking for. If you need a Youth bat, then I would recommend something around 22 or 23 ounces. If you need a Senior League bat, then I would recommend something between 24 to 28 ounces. If you need an Adult bat, then I would recommend something around 29 or 30 ounces.
what is the best size for a kid who is 5feet 2 inches and weighs about 90 pounds
Asked by gmaster
Based on his height and weight, a 30 inch bat is most commonly recommended. The weight really comes down to the strength of the player and what weight they're currently using or used last season. However, based on his height and weight a bat between 18 and 20 ounces is typically recommended.
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Approved for Play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and USSSA
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Description for COMBAT B4 Youth Baseball Bat: B4YB1 -12
Forget everything you've ever known about composites! The B4 is everything a composite bat should be, and more! The B4's ancestors were some of the hottest bats on the market. COMBAT has taken everything they've learned after the release of the B1, B2, B3 and B3 Gear to finely tune the B4 and develop the ultimate composite bat! Using Maximum Allowable Performance (MAP) Technology, COMBAT has created a bat with single wall construction allowing for a longer barrel length and lighter swing weight, resulting in MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE PERFORMANCE! The one-piece 100% composite frame uses Blended Fiber Technology where Aramid fibers (found in bulletproof vests) are combined carbon and fiberglass in varying proportions. The precise angles created results in more energy transfer to the ball and ultimately more trampoline effect! COMBAT also employs Variable Stiffness Technology (VST) to give the B4 a HUGE SWEETSPOT! VST works by increasing the stiffness in the handle, which consequently reduces vibration, and decreasing the stiffness in the barrel, giving the B4 what COMBAT likes to call a Super Sweetspot Size!! The B4 has an ultra soft feel that players will love and performance that will be talked about for years to come! COMBAT: For Players, By Players! The B4 is approved for play in Little League, USSSA, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, and AABC. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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