2013 DeMarini Voodoo: DXVDL Youth
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Hey, guys. I'm Tyler from justbats.com, and today I'm going to show you the 2013 Voodoo youth bat. According to DeMarini, the Voodoo is a pitcher's worst nightmare. Just take a close look at its graphics. Now, that's a mean-looking bat. But it's not only wicked-looking, there's a reason why it's been the bat of choice for years now. Competitive youth players all the way up to elite college players choose to swing the Voodoo, and this season's is the best yet. It features an alloy barrel and a composite handle design but we're not talking about any old alloy and composite material. We're talking about DeMarini's new X10 alloy and TR3 flow composite. The strength of the new alloy allowed DeMarini to finely tune the barrel walls to create the ultimate sweet spot. And the TR3 flow composite handle further enhanced the Voodoo strength and created a lighter swing weight than ever before. And as you all know, a lighter swing weight equals quicker swing speeds. And quicker swing speeds equals more power. And more power equals more bombs. Plus, it's so important for younger players to have a bat they can control, because if they don't, they'll develop poor hitting mechanics. Another feature that's really cool is DeMarini's half-and-half two-piece technology. It creates the largest, most responsive sweet spot by flexing before impact and recoiling with a burst of ball-launching energy. And if all of that isn't convincing enough, this bat also features a slight endload, making it a perfect bat for those players without quick bat speed and power. If that's you, get yours at justbats.com. We offer free shipping and amazing customer service. And I'm not just being biased here, we truly provide the service you want and need. So check us out today. You won't regret it.
This made the 2nd bat I've purchased and both experiences have exceeded my expectations.