Pros: My 6 year old (48lbs) playing coach pitch tournament ball got this bat and it has been fantastic. Went from hitting hard infield shots to consistently putting the ball deep into the outfield. Took a little getting used to with the difference in "swing feel" coming from a full composite Easton. Having the aluminum end helps generate power for younger players who can't swing hard/fast enough yet to make the full composite really work like it's intended to.
Cons: Not really a con...but $180 was hard to justify for a 26" bat that he will outgrow soon. Hate the paint job, but that's just personal taste. Wish it came in a solid color.
Pros: I'm a big fan of alloy bats for kids ages 4-8 even though they aren't as durable but they have much better pop. When I found out this had a composite handle and alloy barrel it was just what I was waiting for. I had the DeMarini CF4 and it was useless for my son who is 6. He seemed like he just didn't swing hard enough for it to work correctly and seemed dead. I also have the composite S1 Easton and the XL3. I will not be using them again. The S1 is very light and has no pop unless you swing hard enough and hit it exactly on the sweet spot. This bat is great is great it shoots off the bat and has a composite handle so the kids wont be afraid to swing hard. I will post more after the Dizzy Dean World Series. I purchased the 26" 15.5 oz. bat for my son who is six. For those who want a great bat that don't want to spend the money the Worth Lithium Prodigy (only the red one) has GREAT pop but isn't that durable.
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Pros: My 7 almost 8 year old has the 28" 17.5 oz. He has been hitting bombs with this bat if it's not over the outfielder's head the infield can't handle it because it's coming off the bat too fast. This bat seems to be a better fit than the 28" 18 oz. XL3 & the 28" 18 oz. S1 he put back in the closet for next season.
Cons: After 1 day of practice and 2 days of tournament play it's pretty scratched up, but we don't have a bat boy the crazy kids just throw it to the dugout.
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My son is 9 years old, 4 foot 4 inches and 57 pounds. What size and bet would you recommend?
Asked by G5
The DeMarini Vexxum Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVXY) is a great balanced model for contact hitters. Based on your sons height and weight we are going to recommend him a 28 inch bat.
What is the difference between this bat and the DeMarini Vexxum NVS? I have a son who plays coach pitch and his Mako isn't cutting it. Looking to go with DeMarini but can't tell the difference in the two. My son is a small 7 year old.....47" and 42 lbs.
Asked by Aggie Mom
Both bats have very similar construction, however, the 2015 DeMarini Vexxum NVS Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVXY) has the X12 Alloy barrel instead of the X10 that the DeMarini Vexxum Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVXY) has. In addition to the alloy upgrade, the NVS feautres the N2M Endcap that helps absorb vibration.
I have a small son who will be 8 in April. He is 4'1" and about 50 lbs. Do I error on the side of a light bat since he is still small and what length would you suggest?
Asked by Jason
The DeMarini Vexxum Senior League Baseball Bat (DXVXY) is technically a youth big barrel model. Typically, most youth models are 2 1/4" in barrel diameter. If he is in coach pitch, you would be looking for a Junior Big Barrel model. For a player of his size, our bat coach would recommend a 29" model. The weight will be dependent on his development as a player, if he will get fairly large and strong for his age, you would look towards a heavier drop weight.
Two years before founder Ray DeMarini started his own company in 1989, he was hired by ESPN as the advisor and host of a series of instructional softball videos. To this day, Ray DeMarini's Reflex Hitting System is still ESPN's most successful home video.
Taking his expertise and credibility to his self-named company, DeMarini made headlines in 1993 with the world's first multi-wall bat, the Doublewall. Innovation hasn't let up since, as the company continues to be a trend-setter in baseball and softball bats.
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Description for DeMarini Vexxum Senior League Baseball Bat: DXVXY
The Half + Half bat that put DeMarini on the map returns for it's first season in Junior Big Barrel play! The DeMarini Vexxum has been crushing the ball for years, and this season it's as mean as ever with its BIGGEST barrel ever! Once the first of its kind as far as two-piece bats go, this year's Vexxum combines an X10 Alloy barrel with a C6 Composite handle. The X10 Alloy used on the barrel is finely-tuned and shaped to create the thinnest possible walls. This keeps the weight down and opens up the sweet spot for unbelievable performance! The C6 Composite handle works in unison with the alloy barrel and is specifically tailored for the single wall construction of the Vexxum. C6 features a wider composite weave, which in turn gives it more flex and unparalleled trampoline when the bat makes contact with the ball! The Vexxum is about as balanced as a bat can get, and is absolutely ideal for players looking to improve their swing speed this season! If you want mad pop and a light swing weight, this Vexxum Junior Big Barrel bat is for you! DeMarini: Born Hardcore! Recommended for players 12 and under. The Vexxum features the USSSA 1.15 BPF Stamp. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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