2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH (8)

2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
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VELO by Ian
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  • General Feel
  • Durability
  • Finish

Pros: This bat has a beautiful feel and it has great pop, also looks great.

Cons: The bat broke after only one month of use, in high school baseball.

VELO by Pete
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  • General Feel
  • Durability
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Pros: This bat looks awesome and it has amazing pop! I'm a huge VELO fan and I'm so glad I decided to try this maple/bamboo version

Cons: It says -3 guaranteed but mine was more like -2.8. Not a huge deal

Excellent Bat by The Sjow
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  • Finish
  • Durability
  • General Feel
  • Pop

Pros: Durable, great pop & a 90 day warranty

Cons: nono

  • 90 Day Manufacturer's Warranty
  • -3 Length to Weight Ratio (Guaranteed)
  • Free Shipping!
  • BBCOR Certified - Approved for H.S. and Collegiate Play
  • Handle and Middle Taper Area Composed of Bamboo Wood for 2X Durability vs. Previous Models
  • Handle: 15/16 Inch Diameter
  • Turning Model: 110
  • Pro Cupped End Improves Balance
  • Tapered Knob
  • Balanced Swing Weight
  • Maple / Bamboo Wood Construction
Is this barrel solid maple wood? If not what is barrel? Asked by Dan

No, the 2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH is not solid maple.The handle and taper area is composed of bamboo while the barrel is composed of a solid maple. Dan Expert

Will I need bat tape for a better grip on this bat? Asked by Dg

The 2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH would benefit from a grip but certainly does not need one. It all depends on what a player prefers and whether or not they use batting gloves and/or pine tar. Cameron Expert

What is the strongest part of this bat? Should I hit with the label up? Asked by Luke

With the maple shell and bamboo core of the 2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat (R110CH), I believe that you can actually hit this bat in any manner you wish. However, to be safe, I would probably hit this bat with the label facing upwards. Ben Expert

Rawlings has developed the VELO line of bats to help players increase their swing speed, and ultimately their power. If a hitter can't get the barrel of the bat through the zone quickly, mechanics and performance will suffer. That's where the VELO comes in and helps to create MORE POWER AT THE PLATE! This R110CH is cut into a 110 turn model from a billet made from dense Maple and ultra-strong Bamboo. Utilizing Bamboo for the bat's handle and middle taper creates 2 times more durability than previous models! And with tough and responsive Maple wood in its barrel, this bat delivers the best wood bat performance possible. The medium barrel paired with the medium 15/16 inch handle is one of the most popular wood baseball bat designs and delivers an exceptionally well-balanced swing weight. Pick up your own 2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH today with our Fast, Free Shipping!

2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH
2016 Rawlings VELO Maple/Bamboo Composite Wood Baseball Bat: R110CH

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