Pros: We hit soft toss with it today and it sounded good and seemed hot but every bat we soft toss with sounds/feels that way.
Cons: Mine weighs in 3oz heavy and every single review I've seen shows this tank to be a drop 7 not a drop 10. Make sure your kid can handle the load. I doubt my kid can hit this bat against anybody throwing with some velocity. I weighed every bat we have today with most of them being off by less then an ounce then this stupid thing 30/20 tips the scale 23.2...
Most the weight seems to be in the end. Its easily the most end loaded balanced bat I've ever seen.
If it wasn't for the warranty return I certainly wouldn't own this thing.
Pros: Still the best bat available. OMG they put a collar inside it! (and they thinned the barrel walls to compensate). This is not the banned Zen nor is it the retooled Zen. It's the best of both. Get 'em before they're gone...
Cons: Haters gonna hate... My 29/19 tips the scales at 20.7 oz (that's precisely 1.7oz over the stated weight) so you could: weight it before you unwrap it and return it or exchange it for a shorter/lighter one (OMG my 11 year old can't swing a 29... (sarcastic)), choke up and inch, or make your kid bulk up over the winter...
Pros: The bat looks great and feels very balanced, nothing like the retooled 2017 Zen. We have now hit 700+ balls with no issues. The ball flies off the bat, very comparable to the original 2017 Zen. My son says there is no vibration, even when hit off the end. No issues with excessive weight. We also bought the 2018 Voodoo and they both feel similar. Very happy with the purchase!
Cons: My son was not crazy about the white grip so we put a red Lizard Skin on, really makes the bat look nice!
Pros: Lots of pop right out of the box. My son needs a non end loaded bat with pop as he has a slower swing speed. He absolutely loves this bat, has given him the confidence I was hoping that it would. We compared it to last years CF ZEN and it definitely has a larger sweet spot when placed side by side. The ball jumps off this bat like no other bat he has used. It's better than a mako, cat 7, voodoo, combat, etc. We will see how it holds up, but I can tell you without a doubt he believes he can hit better with it. That's worth 350 to me, and can you really put a price on that?
Pros: Playing fall ball in Ohio. Bought this on a whim because my boy busted his go-to Maxum. Holy crap this thing is HOT! He used to hit the gaps, now he hits the fence! 10 y/o, got the 29/19. Perfect! Get one before they're gone!
Cons: Compared to the Maxum, heavier and less balanced... maybe that was the difference he needed though...
Pros: My son "likes" the bat and swings it well. No complaints of vibration but it has been warm weather since he has been using it for 3 weeks. Colder weather may make a difference. I can't speak in terms of durability yet because nothing has broken.
Overall this is not a 5 star bat due to weight difference and lack of pop in comparison to last years. If I wanted a -8 I would have ordered one.
Cons: it is nearly 3 oz heavy, not nearly the pop of 2017's original Zen.
Pros: Been usuing demarni a long time. Saved two vouchers from 2017 zen which we busted one of these as well. Got one retooled one end cap flew off, got a voodoo that didnt last a cple mths busted. So reused voucher for 2018?31/21 Zen BEWARE !!! busted less than two weeks. DONE w demarni. Almost all bats have been back ordered for awhile now an 900 in vouchers no bats on stock.....an you know when you use a voucher for less value you do not get the balance. Fuming with this company and the crap they been putting out. they say no refunds. Im done with it stay tunes when money gets returned.
Cons: Junk we havent had a bat go past 2-3 months the past 2 years. No quality. 400 dollar bats come on. Just got the 2018 Zen 31-21 drop 10. had it less than 2 weeks did a little soft toss, finally got a open day to break it in a little at D-Bat. Busted 11 year old 98 lbs. 60mph. myself and all the trainers were floored!!!! brand new bat. which was good cause they also had some for demo
Pros: After reviewing bats for days we bought the 29" 19oz for our 9 yr old son who wanted a bigger diameter barrel bat for his travel ball team. We are very happy with its durability and performance. It weighed in at 20 oz but not a big deal....he has no problems swinging it. He loves how it hits and so do all the other boys on his team. He has used it for about 20 games now and no issues with durability. Great sweet spot! We didnt have time to break it in before he used it but it was hot to start with and seems to be getting better every time he uses it. We are very pleased with this purchase!!
Cons: All of the boys on his travel ball team want to use it but I guess it will just help break it in faster. lol
Pros: Watching our 11U Travel Team use these bats, everyone is hitting farther and harder with these. By far the hottest bat out there right now. Durability is questionable, we have had one crack after a month, but the others are still going strong. Yes, they are heavier since Demarini put a sleeve/collar inside after last years recall to correct the durability issues last year and the recall. The sleeve/collar is about 1.5 to 2.0 ounces...so they will be that much heavier. Take that into account when ordering....If you can swing it you will like it. This bat has HR pop and hits it a mile.
Cons: Durability is still in question as one we had cracked after a month of game use only. Weight is 1.5 to 2.0 ounces heavier that stated.
Cons: Not a drop 10. It weighs out to be a drop 8 so it's a little heavy. However, my kid hits it well. Cracked within less than 4 months of use and he doesn't allow other kids on the team to use it and he even uses another bat for cage practice. NOT ACCEPTABLE for a $350 bat to crack in such a short time. POOR QUALITY. Would not recommend.
Pros: My son had the Mako Beast last year and hated the vibration of that bat. so much so, he developed a fear of hitting. Within one cage session with this bat he went from fearing, to trusting, to crushing. I had to drag him out of that cage! Great pop, great feel and most importantly, great fun!
Pros: best pop ive ever seen, cant imagine when it breaks in
usually use Eastons and they may gradually get something close to this, but this is amazing right out of wrapper.
a little heavy, but swings light
Cons: the durability reviews scare me, but too earlh for me to tell
Pros: Pop is great, 10 year old hit 3 over the fence first 2 tourneys. Looks great.
Cons: Cracked in 3 months, got a replacement. Crossing my fingers it does not crack, because stamped "no return". Great bat, but durability is an issue. For the price, need to get this problem solved for me to buy another.
Pros: When it was not cracked it was a good bat...
Cons: Bat cracked after 4 months of offseason work.....now it is banned by USSSA. Terrible....stay away from Demarini......Customer service says they need over a week to replace with 2019.....first tournament of the year this weekend and no legal bat!
Pros: Has good pop for as long as it will last, which isn't long.
Cons: Durability is pathetic. Bought this bat 3 months ago for a below average size 11 year old. Only hit baseballs in practices and games with it and the bat is already cracking. Absolute joke that a bat cost this much and doesn't last doing what it was intended to do which is hit baseballs. Done with DeMarinis
Cons: My son broke his . We recieved the 2019 30/20 last friday. My 11 year old son (165 pounds) hit 3 home runs with it, with zero brake in time . (250)ft fence . Cant say about the durability of the new bat yet. That is to be determined . but so far its great!
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Is the 2019 better than the 2018?
Asked by tahj breaux
Considering the 2019 DeMarini CF Zen -10 USSSA Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ-19 has not been out for too long it is tough to say if it is a higher performing bat than the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ, at this point in time. However, the 2019 model has implemented an X-Lite Knob to remove sting and improve overall comfort. This is the most noticeable difference among the listed specs of the bat.
Is this bat considered â€œend loaded?" Also, after reading the other comments on weight, do you have the real weight of this 29â€ drop 10 WTDXCBZ?
Asked by BADtheDad03
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ would be considered a balanced bat. The 29" 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ usually comes in right around 21 ounces in actual weight.
My son is 58 inches tall, weighs 86 lbs. He swings a 29/19 now well. Would a 30/20 be okay?
Asked by kb
Based on your player's height and weight, I would actually suggest going to a 30" 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
Is this USSSA approved as of 4/22/18?
Asked by AC
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is USSSA approved in the listed sizes available (28" - 29" - 30".) However, the 31" and 32" (-10) sizes are not currently approved for USSSA play.
Son is 56 inches tall at 8 years old. Does he need the 28/18 or 29/19? Heâ€™s 110 lbs.
Asked by david ryno
Based on your son's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in a 30 inch model. If you or the player would feel more comfortable using a smaller size then there is nothing wrong with that.
Just heard that USSSA just announced that the 2 3/4" 2018 CF Zen CBZ-18 ( 31'' & 32" inch model) have been suspended from sanctioned play. What is Wilson/Demarini's response to address the issue? A lot of people purchased these bats specifically for USSSA play.
Asked by Mo
We were informed of this information late last night on 4/12. We are working to contact DeMarini/Wilson today to learn what they plan to do for customers who purchased their product. In the past they have offered a voucher or an upgrade to a new model if one of their bats gets banned for play, so that is the most likely scenario, but we do not have official details at this time.
How long does it take to break in this bat?
Asked by Tim Smock
Like more composite bats on the market, the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ will require 150-200 hits before the barrel is full broken-in. I would also recommend that you turn the barrel about a quarter turn every 10-15 hits to make sure the entire barrel is ready to go.
What is the true weight of this bat?
Asked by wahoo
Basically any bat out there is going to weigh slightly more than the listed weight due to the paint, glue for the end cap, and grip tape adhesive not being factored into the final weight. Most bats fall anywhere from .5-1.5 oz heavier than the listed amount, from our experience.
What is the lowest temperature you can use this bat?
Asked by Carlos
Here at JustBats we do not recommend using a bat in weather conditions colder than 55 degrees. Furthermore, we emphasize that with this 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ as the composite construction can be compromised in colder conditions by the more dense baseballs.
My kid is 5â€™7â€ and 145 lbs. He deciding between the 918 prime or the DeMarini CF Zen. Which is better for travel ball? Also, which size is best for him?
Asked by ColtyBear
Both the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ and the Louisville Slugger Prime 918 will be very similar and balanced. Either would be a good choice. Based off of his height and weight, I would recommend getting a 32'' bat. Depending on his age, you may want to start moving him up in weight as well and maybe move to a -8 bat.
My son has a 30", -10 Marucci Cat 7 and we believe it is too light because he has such a fast swing. Does the Demarini come in a -8, 30"?
Asked by dana
Yes, we have the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -8 Senior League (WTDXCBR) available in a 30" length.
What size should my son use in this bat? He's 58" tall and 91 lbs and plays travel ball. He is currently swinging a used 2015 DeMarini Voodoo Overload 29/19. I've also read a lot of reviews that this bat isn't durable, what's your warranty?
Asked by Stan
Based on your player's height and weight, I would suggest a 30" 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ. The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ comes with a 12 month warranty handled by DeMarini directly.
My son plays 11u this year. He is 5'3" and 125 pounds. What do you recommend for bat size? -10, -9 -8?
Asked by lewis
For an 11U player a -11 or -10 model would be best. Based on the player's current height and weight, getting the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in a 31 inch model would be best.
At what size do you suggest moving to a 31 inch bat? My son is 4â€™11â€ and 95 pounds. I see on the chart it says he should use a 31 inch, but most recommendations on here say 30 for his size.
Asked by orioles53
I would say right around 5' and 100 pounds is the time to go to a 31" bat, so your player is right on the brink of needing a 31" 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
I have a 9 year old who is 5'1" and is 97 pounds. What size bat should I get him?
Asked by meTee
Based on your player's height and weight, I would suggest a 31" 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
Is this bat 2 5/8" in diameter? This is would be for Little League correct, even though it says Senior League?
Asked by Ken
This bat is listed as Senior League because is has the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp of certification and is made for kid pitch. Little League sanctioned leagues require the new USA Baseball stamp for 2018, which this bat would not comply to, and would be illegal for use in those leagues.
My son is playing 11U travel and I'm looking for a good high performance bat. Something that pops like a Mako or better, low vibration in the grip and good balance overall. Thinking about this bat but of course the price is a little scary since he hasn't had a chance to try one. Curious if this would be a good fit for an 11U player. Thanks
Asked by Coach G
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is a highly popular bat, and for good reason. It is a two-piece composite bat with premium pop off of the barrel. Also, the CF Zen is a balanced bat with a 3-fusion end cap built to optimize the weight and control of the bat. Considering you specifications, this would be a great fit!
I am considering the Mizuno Covert -10 in addition to this bat. What are the significant differences?
Asked by Will
This 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) has a two-piece, all-composite design. The 2018 Covert (-10) is a two-piece bat, but it has the composite handle and alloy barrel. Both bats will be balancedc in their feel. Overall, there is no inherent performance advantage to an alloy barrel bat or a composite barrel bat, it just comes down to the preferences of the player.
Comparable to 2018 2 5/8 demarini zen ?
Asked by mike
Yes, the specs would be the same. But the barrel diameter between the two would be different.
Does this bat weigh more than listed?
Asked by 12
If you were to purchase this 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) and put it on a scale, the weight that will register will most likely be 0.5 oz to 1.5 oz over the listed amount.
Can this be used in 50-70 Little League baseball?
Asked by nickname
Unfortunately, the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is not going to be allowed in Little League this year as it is not USA Baseball certified. I would suggest looking at something like the 2018 DeMarini Voodoo -10 USA Baseball Bat: WTDXUD2, which would be allowed for Little League play in 2018.
Can this bat be used in Pony league play?
Asked by Brian
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is not legal for use in Pony baseball in 2018.
Can this bat be used in Babe Ruth 2018?
Asked by Chris
No the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) is not Babe Ruth approved. You are going to want to look at USA approved bats. Maybe try something along the lines of the 2018 DeMarini Voodoo One -10 USA Baseball Bat (WTDXUO2).
I've read two questions on this bat about the 2017 vs 2018 models. One answer says they are the same just different color and one answer says they are different. What is difference in 2017 vs 2018?
Asked by kw
The only marketable difference other than cosmetics between the '17 and '18 versions of the CF Zen's is the end cap on each bat. The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) offers a 3-fusion end cap to improve weight, control, and overall durability over the '17 version.
Does this bat weigh heavy as many people have stated? If so what are the manufacturers tolerances?
Asked by NW
If you were to get this 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) and were to put it on a scale, the weight will probably register 0.5 oz to 1.5 oz over the listed amount. Overall, I would say it is almost an industry standard that a bat will weigh 0.5 oz to 1.5 oz over the listed amount.
For use in USSSA, would you get the Easton Ghost X -10 (SL18GX10) or the DeMarini 2018 CF Zen -10 (WTDXCBZ)? Which one is more balanced and which one can generate more pop?
Asked by JC
In regard to quality of reviews, both this 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) and the Easton Ghost X (SL18GX10) have received decent remarks, but I would give the advantage to this CF Zen. In regard to balance, the bats will feel very similarly. In regard to performance, I might give a slight advantage to the CF Zen, as the customer reviews for that bat have been slightly above the reviews for the Ghost X.
My son is 11, he is 55 in and weighs 78 lbs. Would you recommend a 29 or 30?
Asked by Jay
I would recommend going with a 30'' in the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
My son is going to be 11 next year. He is 54 inches and weighs 65 lbs. Would you recommend getting him a 29 inch or keeping him at a 28 inch with this bat?
Asked by 2 Kent Boys
Based on his height and weight, I would suggest going with a 29" 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
Is this bat approved for USSSA?
Asked by Adam Ramsey
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is approved for play in USSSA.
Will this bat be approved for Nations baseball league?
Asked by jaz
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is approved for Nations Baseball League. In 14U though this bat would be illegal as players are required to swing a bat with the USSSA and 1.15 BPF stamp that is a -5 length to weight ratio; they can also use a BBCOR bat at this age group level.
Is it confirmed 100% that Demarini will not be making a USA stamped CF Zen this year? USA Baseball has one listed, but obviously it hasn't been released.
Asked by Dan
The only USA stamped CF Zen we currently hold is the
2018 DeMarini CF Zen -13 USA Tee Ball Bat: WTDXUCT.
My son is 8 years old and plays kid pitch. He is 4'4" and 60-70 lbs. He bats lead off and wants a DeMarini bat. What would you recommend?
Asked by JEFF
Based on your player's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in a 28 inch model. The two-piece all composite design and balanced swing weight make this DeMarini bat ideal for a player that is 8 years old.
Are any Zen bats approved for Cal Ripken Play with the USA stamp?
Asked by RBM
DeMarini will not be making a USA approved bat for Cal Ripken in the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
My son is turning 12 in December and he is 4'11" tall and 122 pounds. What size do you recommend?
Asked by charles
We would recommend a 30" length of bat for his height and weight.
Is this bat USA approved?
Asked by tj
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ will be USSSA certified, not USA certified.
My son just turned 8. He is 4"4 and 75 lbs what size bat do you recommend?
Asked by chris
It is suggested that he uses a 28" bat. The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) could be a little heavy for your player. Its recommended that 8 year old use a drop 12 or drop 11. But if he can get the bat around and has a nice swing with a drop 10, this bat would be perfectly fine for your player.
My son is 9.5 years old. What size do you recommend? He is 4'7" and 78 lbs.
Asked by TCC
Based on your player's height and weight, I would suggest a 29"/19 oz. 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ.
Is this bat end weighted and would it be good for a single / double hitter?
Asked by Baseball rocks
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is a balanced bat and would be good for a singles and doubles hitter.
My son is 8 and will turn 9 in a couple months. He is 4'9" tall and 79 lbs. What length would be best? He currently uses a DeMarini Voodoo, -9 29 inch.
Asked by Albert E
Based on your sons height and weight we would recommend the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in the 30"/20 ounce size.
Can my son use this bat for little league play?
Asked by Jason Serna
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) features a USSSA stamp and not a USA stamp, making it illegal for Little League play. You would want a bat with the proper USA stamp for Little League.
Do you have this bat in 27 drop 10?
Asked by Chris
We do not have the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in a 27/17 unfortunately.
How does this 2018 CF Zen compare with the retooled 2017 version? Are they basically the same?
Asked by Mudcats
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ will differ slightly from the retooled model from 2017. With the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ, DeMarini has adjusted both the end and the connection point on the bat. These two changes allow this bat to feature a more balanced swing weight design as well as better vibration reduction from off-centered hits. As far as "pop", one would assume this bat will perform more in comparison with the retooled model from 2017.
What does -3 mean and -10 mean? What does 5, 9, 11, drop refer to?
Asked by Bigg Rich
The -3 refers to the length weight ratio. An example of a -3 is a bat that is 30" in length and 27 oz in weight. The -3 is another way of saying "drop 3". A drop 3 is a bat that is 30" in length and 27 oz in weight. For drop 5 (-5), drop 9 (-9), and drop 11 (-11) it is the same process as above. The drop refers to the difference between the length and width.
My son is 8 with a fast swing. 4'4" tall and 64 lbs. What length would be best?
Asked by joeyd
We would suggest a 28" or 29" length for his size.
What is the difference between the 2017 CF Zen re-tooled and the 2018 CF Zen? Is it just the color of the bat?
Asked by Josh
Yes, the difference is in the cosmetics. They are both composite, -10, 2 3/4 diameter barrel, and have USSSA standards. The difference is in the end-cap, it provides better balance and better durability.
My 9 year old son is 4'10" and weighs 90 lbs. Is the 29/19 a good size? The charts put him in either a 29 or 30.
Asked by CW
Based on your sons height and weight I would probably recommend a 30"/20 ounce 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ).
Will they be making a 2 5/8 barrel full composite USSSA approved?
Asked by Bret
It appears that DeMarini is not going to be making a -10 CF Zen for 2018 with a 2 5/8" barrel diameter. This 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) with the 2 3/4" barrel diameter is the only -10 CF Zen being made by DeMarini for 2018.
Will this bat be legal in Little League for 2018?
Asked by dinger hitter
No, the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) will not be approved for play in Little League baseball for 2018. In 2018 Little League is requiring all bats to have the USA Baseball stamp on them. The new USA Baseball bats will be released in early September.
Is the 2018 bat the 2017 retooled version?
Asked by Coach
The 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ is the 2018 model not the retooled 2017 model.
Is there a 30" 2 5/8 Zen? I do not see that size listed and will this be legal for Cooperstown 2018 for my sons 12U team .
Asked by Sgt
We currently do not have a 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in the 30'' 20 oz.
I need this bat with 2 5/8 barrel. Do you have this in 31 -10?
Asked by kelley
We will most likely carry the 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ in the 2 5/8 coming soon but it would be a USA certification model.
Two years before founder Ray DeMarini started his company in 1989, he was hired by ESPN as the advisor and host of a series of instructional softball videos. To this day, Ray DeMarini's Reflex Hitting System is still ESPN's most successful home video.
Taking his expertise and credibility to his self-named company, DeMarini made headlines in 1993 with the world's first multi-wall bat, the Doublewall. Innovation hasn't let up since, as the company continues to be a trend-setter in baseball and softball bats.
In 2000, DeMarini joined forces with Wilson Sporting Goods to develop the next.... read more
Description for 2018 DeMarini CF Zen -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: WTDXCBZ
New baseball bats for the 2018 season! DeMarini's CF Zen is their lightest swinging, fully composite stick with unbelievable balance. This two-piece construction is created out of the insanely durable Paraflex material that is 22% stronger than all previous composite materials. From the end cap all the way to the handle, DeMarini has distributed the weight with precision accuracy for complete control during every at bat. Player driven innovation has helped DeMarini continually push the limits of bat technology and performance. The latest feature associated with DeMarini's most advanced lineup yet is their 3-Fusion System. This one-of-a-kind design includes the streamlined 3-Fusion handle along with the lightweight 3-Fusion end cap that optimizes weight for better overall control at the plate. With a sleek design, the 3-Fusion handle provides a serious reduction of vibration in the hands and a noticeable difference in flex on contact that helps transfer negative energy into the barrel for maximum power and ball flight. If you're looking for a baseball bat to help step up your game, the CF Zen series is what you need. DeMarini: Can't Stop!
This 2018 DeMarini CF Zen Senior League Baseball Bat (WTDXCBZ) is, once again, a top performer in its class of youth big barrel bats. It features a huge 2 3/4-inch barrel diameter, a drop 10 length to weight ratio, and the USSSA 1.15 BPF certified stamp. The best part? DeMarini is backing each model with a full twelve (12) month manufacturer's warranty so that you can swing with confidence. Purchase one of these DeMarini baseball bats today with free shipping and remember, we're here for you from click to hit!
Great bats and excellent return service when needed