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01/24/2013

Bat Duel: 2013 Louisville Slugger EXOGRID 3 vs. 2013 RIP-IT Prototype

Bat Duel: 2013 Louisville Slugger EXOGRID 3 vs. 2013 RIP-IT Prototype

In a clash between two titans, only one can survive. Who will it be; the 2013 Louisville Slugger EXOGRID 3 or the 2013 RIP-IT Prototype? That’s for you to decide! Welcome to the JustBats.com Bat Duel!

Hailing from the birthplace of the modern day baseball bat, Louisville, Kentucky, and featured in Adult BBCOR and -9 & -5 Senior League models, the 2013 Louisville Slugger EXOGRID 3.

Keys to Victory: The EXOGRID 3 is a one-piece alloy design with a balanced swing weight. By incorporating AC21 Scandium Alloy into the design, Louisville Slugger can outfit the EXOGRID 3 with a thinner barrel wall without sacrificing durability. With 1” Flex-Band technology inserts, the EXOGRID 3 has one of the lowest swing weights on the market. The LS-2X composite inserts in the handle create a stiff feel for enhanced control.

Weight Distribution: Balanced
Design: One-Piece Alloy
Handle: AC21 Scandium Alloy With LS-2X Composite Inserts
Barrel: AC21 Scandium Alloy

   

Hitting out of Orlando, FL and featured in Adult BBCOR and -10 & -8.5 Senior League models, the 2013 RIP-IT Prototype.

Keys to Victory: The new Prototype from RIP-IT comes ready to hit with its one-piece alloy design and balanced swing weight. The Prototype features a larger sweet spot than its predecessor, the Prototype II, and has been acoustically tuned to feel better and go farther than ever before. RIP-IT’s R1 Alloy creates a thinner wall design while still offering performance and durability. The Contact grip is designed to provide excellent grip with incredible vibration control and extreme durability.

The Prototype features RIP-IT’s 400-day manufacturer's warranty as well as the unique 30-Day Love It or Return It policy. That means you have 30 days to use the Prototype and make sure its perfect for you. If you don’t absolutely love it, you can return for for a full refund.

Weight Distribution: Balanced
Design: One-Piece Alloy
Handle: R1 Alloy
Barrel: R1 Alloy

   

There you have it, the specs for two of the baddest one-piece bats currently on the market. So which one do you think is the best? Submit your own written review to blog@justbats.com for a chance to win a $25 JustBats.Com gift card. Are you a budding ESPN announcer in the making? If so, submit a video review and you could win a $300 JustBats.com gift card if we use it on our blog.

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