2018 Louisville Slugger Select Cut I13 Series 7 Maple Wood Baseball Bat: WTLW7MI13A17
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- Large Barrel Diameter
- Approximate -3 Length to Weight Ratio
- Bone Rubbed To Compress Wood & Make It More Dense
- Cupped End Ensures A Harder Piece Of Wood During Construction
- Finish: HD High Gloss Natural / Black
- Slightly End Loaded Swing Weight
- Proudly Made In The USA
- Series 7 Maple Wood Delivers Exceptional Durability With Premium Pop
- Standard Handle Offers Better Control Through The Hitting Zone
- Turn Model: I13
New Louisville Slugger wood bats have arrived! For the 2018 baseball season and beyond, the Select Cut series will give you a great bang for your buck. Each model is masterfully constructed of the supreme Series 7 wood that comes bone rubbed to make it more dense and durable than ever before. Louisville Slugger only uses the top 15% of all their wood during the construction of the Select Cut series and they also guarantee that each wood bat passes their high-quality standard tests. In addition, these baseball bats all feature a pro cupped end to ensure the hardest piece of wood during construction which results in premium pop with maximum performance. From billet to bat, the Select Cut Series 7 are some of the best in the industry. Louisville Slugger: It's In Your Hands!
This impeccable model, the Louisville Slugger Select Cut Series 7 Maple Wood Bat (WTLW7MI13A17), features an I13 turn model, an HD high gloss natural finish, and a slightly end loaded swing weight that may be used by both contact and power hitters. Experience greatness and buy one of these Louisville Slugger wood baseball bats today with free shipping right here at JustBats.com. We'll be here for you from click to hit!
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