Pros: Great bat for the money. Decent pop and has been durable. Purchased the 29in/16.5 oz. for 9-10 year olds. The smaller players have generated greater bat speed and drive the ball well with this bat.
Cons: Some stingers when the ball is not hit on the barrel. May be more related to the weight rather than the bat?
Pros: Good bat. Good price. FAST shipping. Ordered Monday night, got it Wednesday night. Learned alot from this site. The right size bat makes all the difference when it comes to kids batting. My son uses the rampage 30" 17.5 -12.5. Fits him perfect and not much gets by him at the plate now.
Cons: he has gotten a few stingers from taking pitches on the handle. His buddy has a $200 omen and gets stingers, so that being said, there is no cure for stingers except better swings lol.
Pros: Looks good, durable, light and quick.
Good for young players U9.
Cons: Not suitable against harder pitching. Bat is "flat", no power, no pop, and significant stinger issues. Tried many remedies for the vibration in the bat with no success. Replaced after half a season.
Detrimental for developing players.
Pros: My son who is 5 1/2 and the 27"/14.5 allows him to maintain bat speed moving up from a TBALL bat. When considering all the important factors for young players (proper swing, good pop, durability, price, length and weight options etc..) i give it a 5 for this age group. He added 10 feet to his distance off the T after a week of adapting to different length and weight.
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should I buy this if I'm in a High School Baseball team? I mean is it BBCOR certified?
Asked by David
The Easton Rampage: LX67 is a Youth bat that is not legal for High School play. Only Adult BBCOR bats are approved for High School play.
Bat size for 8 year old?
Asked by maryann
The bat size for a player is determined by the player's height and weight. For exact sizing check out our bat coach; http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
What bat size and drop ratio do you recommend for a 5'4 160 pound 12 year old?
Asked by gunfy
Based on his height and weight we recommend a 32 inch 22 oz. bat.
Does the LX67 Youth 30 inch bat have the thumbprint 1.15 stamp? Below it says it does not in the youth and then later it seems that it does.
Asked by BA
The Easton Rampage LX67 does not have the new USSSA stamp that will be required on youth bats in 2014. It is still legal and has the necessary certifications for USSSA play in 2012 and 2013.
Can't decide if I should get my son 29 or 30 inch rampage. He is 9 yo 55 inches and about 85 lbs . Very strong kid.
Asked by Marty
I would recommend a 30 inch Rampage is he's a little stronger than average. That would be a very good choice.
We have the Rampage LX66 29"-16.5 Oz. What is the difference between the LX67? We got an approved bat list from our league and the LX66 is not on it but the LX67 is?
Asked by Dave
The LX67 is just the newer version and has the required BPF stamp.
I have seen the Easton LX67 Rampage advertised as being made of the stronger 7050 aircraft alloy. Yours lists it as 7046 aircraft alloy. Are there two versions?
Asked by coach
Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention. I confirmed that the Rampage LX67 is made from Easton's 7050 alloy. I just updated the website to reflect this. Thanks again!
Hi. My son is starting farm league. He's 6 hrs old and stands 49". This is his first year of coach/machine pitch. What size bat do you recommend?
Asked by Josh
I would recommend a 29 inch bat that weighs between 16 and 18 ounces.
does this bat have the rating on it (bpf)
Asked by TAZ
This bat will state on the barrel BPF 1.15, but will not feature the thumbprint stamp like the senior league models.
My 7.5 year old son has been moved up to Rookies (machine pitch then kid pitch 2nd half of season). He is about 4ft tall. I was looking into this 27/14.5 or the Louisville Slugger TPX Omaha: YB116 Youth at 28/14.5. I'm not sure which length would serve better for him. Thanks much.
Asked by EC
I would recommend the 27/14.5 based on his height.
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Description for Easton Rampage Youth Baseball Bat: LX67
Go on a hitting Rampage this season with this new bat from Easton! Made from Easton's durable 7050 Aircraft Alloy, the Rampage is made for performance. This one-piece design features a hyper-lightweight -12.5 length to weight ratio which is perfect for younger players looking to gain a little extra swing speed and control through the zone. The Rampage has an ultra thin 29/32 Inch handle with a cushioned grip that will not only help the player control the bat, but also reduce the sting and vibration of mis-hit balls. The Rampage features an extended barrel design which gives players an enormous hitting surface and larger sweetspot. With a 1.15 BPF and a 2 1/4 inch barrel diameter, this bat is approved for play in all major youth leagues including Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie Youth, Pony, AABC, and USSSA. The Easton Rampage comes backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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