Pros: Just as much pop as the Maxum at half the cost! Picked up this bat for my son who was wanting a Maxum real bad. After using this bat in practice tonight, he was sending every ball to the fence in the air! A thing of beauty. I really like this bat more than the Maxum because it has a slightly smaller sweet spot, so you actually have to hit the ball with a little more precision, makes the kids better in the long run.
Cons: None at all! Buy this instead of the Maxum, you won't be sorry!
Pros: Drop 10 gives the kids a faster bat head speed and they are able to get around faster. They just moved up to a 13-15 yr old team and at 13, they need the speed. They are getting solid contact, no sting and great distance.
Pros: Bought this bat for my 10 year old. Has great pop and feel. If you miss there can be some sting but not that bad. Has similar pop to a broken in Maxum (2016 with 1.5 years worth of swings), just about 15 feet shorter distance. Highly recommend!
Pros: My son is just a base hitter. He was using S3 but its not giving him a pop but for the Vigor the first time he used it in a tournament he had a homerun.. So far its giving a good pop and other players like using his bat...
Pros: We purchased this bat for my son playing 10u and I believe that this bat performs just as well if not better that some of the higher end expensive composite bats! In fact, many of the kids on the team started using it and absolutely loved it! It is great that you can get this kind of performance and not break the bank!!! I would defiantly buy another Combat!!!
Pros: My son used the 28/18 size this yr and loved it. Now with these being discontinued I bought him the 29/19 and a 30/20. He hit 265 ft on the 29 and then 295 on the 30. He is a skinny 11yr old so this bat gives him great pop and distance for his size. I also just bought the Velo bat for cokd weather and he love that too but had more shock to the hands. These are a steal at this price compared to a slugger 918 price and we feel hits just as far.
Cons: The only CON is that Easton getting rid of this line. I would go bacj to Slugger without these before I would let my kid swing an Easton. Just our preference.
Pros: Went up an ounce and son mentioned it even feels lighter than his previous bat. Easy to swing and he seems to have good control as the weight is balanced.
Cons: First few games it seemed to jump off the bat, now it looks and sounds more like a dud. he still likes to use it and occasional he has a good solid hit but seems to have lost it pop in only one season.
Pros: Great POP right out of the wrapper and the grip used for this bat, along with the POP and design of the bat, is one feature my son immediately enjoyed. The Quatro collar is also a cool feature for this bat that I feel truly does have a purpose with the absorption. The durability of this bat seems to be way better than some of the other composite bats on the market today.
Pros: I love everything about this bat--the weight, the length, the feel, the grip, everything. The grip is not too slick and not too rough; it's perfect. It's the best bat I've ever known and has already helped in my League. Awesome!
Pros: My son had a chance to try this bat out thanks to a friend. Obviously, the color is an eye-catcher, but my son loved how smooth the feel was. His swing was more balanced and he made a lot more contact. Impressive bat.
Pros: I figured Rawlings was releasing a gimmicky bat with bright colors. But, my son has used this bat for a few games now and it's amazing. Easy feel that has helped him make contact a lot more. His teammates can't wait to have their own Quatro. Very impressive, Rawlings!
Pros: It felt light and I hit the ball further. The grip of the bat is good, too. Every time before I would bat, I felt confident that I am going to hit the ball. I am going to use this bat next season.
Pros: Very bright neon will likely distract opposing pitchers.
Cons: No pop what-so-ever. At a major University camp this past week all players had to use this bat during on-field BP. Not one kid liked it. The bat was dead, and very few kids hit it out of the infield; mostly weak ground balls. Kids used the Velo or 5150 in second round and the results were what you would expect for HS Juniors. Unless this bat is completely re-engineered, DO NOT waste your or your parents money on this neon joke. Stick with the tried and true Velo or 5150!!
Pros: I demoed this bat at the Cal Ripken World Series. This bat has the greatest pop out of all the bats that I've ever used. Also the grip was great, comfortable in hands. The bat was a demo so it was broke in, but either way it had great pop.
Pros: This bat has good balance and the vibration when a ball is hit off the handle is minimal. It doesn't have the pop that the Velo or the CF7 had.
Cons: End cap issues for Rawlings. First one didn't make it two weeks before the end cap came off warming up for a game. Rawlings replaced it, but it looks like a design issue and I won't be surprised if this isn't a common issue. Wish I would have bought the CF7 when I had the chance.
Pros: Guys seemed to like the grip and overall feel of the bat in their hands. Some said it felt light compared to their own bats. Demo was brand new, so not yet broken in, but blew the velo monitor away. The exit velocity averaged 2-5mph over the CF8...team was sold. Get over the color and ended up with 8 of them.
Cons: Too bright...but that's what the kids like these days.
Cons: Most of the kids on my sons 12u team has the Quatro bat. We've yet to see any pop out of this bat. I can't understand the high ratings it's getting. After the first two tournaments, no one was hitting the ball hard with this bat. Its almost like it was a piece of soggy wood. Everyone went back to their old DeMarini CF8's and Easton Maco's. Now they are blasting bombs again.
Cons: Bats do not hold up. I know of at least 5 people who have this bat and each have had bats crack, handle broke off, & end cap comes out. I don't know anyone who has this bat that has not had to return for replacement and replacements have not held up either.
Cons: Breaks easily and is junk.
Purchased this bat in January of 2017. By June 2017 it had cracked and sent it in for warranty. Bat cracked yesterday in a game and called Rawling's today. They said that if I would have called in January of 2018 they may have considered a warranty but since we are passed the original date of purchase they said no way. This bat is complete junk. I will never buy another bat from them again. And seriously couldn't even offer up a discount of sorts.
Pros: Ordered this bat (size 30/20 2017 model) from Just Bats for my 11yr old. Hit about 100 balls off tee. Hit around 200 balls at park. After that the bat was hot. Balls flying everywhere. Large sweet spot. don't know why this bat was flying of the shelves last year in our area.
Pros: This bat is hot out of the box! My son is 8years old he plays travel baseball and we purchased this bat after he tried several of the other bbcor models and didnt care for them. He is a big guy at 4â€™7 and 98lbs, solid contact hitter with a big swing. This bat is truly perfect for him! Nice balanced bat with no sting or vibration, the ball HOPS off the thing and theres plenty of sweet spot even when you get jammed up. Reccommend for a kid thats used to swinging hard and likes the balanced feel. A+ from us on product, cust service rocks and shipping was fast and free!
Cons: My son doesnt care for the bright color thats his one and only complaint.
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Is this bat legal for USSSA 12U and 11U?
Asked by KM
Yes, this 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) would be legal for use at 11U and 12U USSSA baseball.
I need a 2 3/4" 30 or 31 drop 10 aluminum bat for 11 y/o. He hit COMBAT II quite well today at practice. Is something similar available?
Asked by ron
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 will feature a 2 5/8" barrel diameter. The 2018 COMBAT MAXUM -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL8MX210 will better match the specs you are seeking. This bat has a 2 3/4" barrel diameter.
Is this bat legal for little league for the 2018 season? Will it have the USA stamp?
Asked by coach andy
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 has the USSSA certification so it will not be legal for USA play.
What is the best way to break in this bat?
Asked by Los
To properly break in your 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 we recommend taking 150-200 swings playing soft toss or off a tee using real baseballs. Begin swinging at 40% power and work our way up to full strength as you get closer to 200 swings.
Why is this 2017 $10 less than the 2016 model?
Asked by KT
At JustBats, after a bat has been stocked for a certain amount of time, the item can be sold based upon the demand and the amount of the item in stock. Based upon those factors, this 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) can be sold to $10 less than the 2016 model of the same bat.
Does this bat have a 2 5/8" barrel diameter?
Asked by andy
This 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) does feature a 2 5/8" barrel diameter to it.
What is the actual weight on the 29"/19 oz bat?
Asked by coachr
This 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) should feature a static weight that is about 0.5 oz over the listed weight. Therefore, I would imagine that the 29"/19 oz option of this 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) will weigh between 29 and 29.5 oz.
Will this bat be legal under the new rules in 2018 (for USSSA)? I know it probably won't be for Cal Ripken.
Asked by Jacob's dad
USSSA is not changing their rules for the 2018 season. The only leagues that are changing their rules are Little League, Babe Ruth/Cal Ripken, Pony, Dixie, and AABC. Those leagues will require the new USA Baseball stamp. With that being said, the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 will be legal for USSSA play in 2018.
Will the 2017 Combat Vigor -10 (VG2SL110) be legal in 2018 under the new USA rules?
Asked by Pete
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 will not be legal for the USA rules in 2018.
What's the difference between a COMBAT VIGOR and a COMBAT MAXUM?
Asked by prom
The main difference between the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 and a COMBAT MAXUM in the same size would be the barrel length and swing weight feel. The MAXUM will feature a lighter swing weight feel and have a more extended barrel when compared to the VIGOR.
How much smaller is this model than the big barrel of the Maxum or other big barrel bats?
Asked by Mhammer
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 is going to be a 2 5/8'' while the other big barrel option would be 2 3/4'', a difference of 0.125''
Is there any difference between the 2016 and the 2017 Combat Vigor?
Asked by Lem
The 2016 and 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 are very similar, with the only difference being a slightly different paint color.
What is the barrel length? And how does it compare to the barrel length of the Maxum? (looking specifically at a 31/21).
Asked by Chris
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 will feature a barrel length of roughly 12 inches while the MAXUM will feature a barrel length of roughly 12.5-13 inches.
How would you compare this to the Vigor that is 2 3/4 barrel. Do you gain pop for less barrel surface. Trying to decide which bat for a 9 year old hitter.
Asked by Murphy
You would see a little better performance out of a 2 3/4" barrel due to the thinner barrel walls. The 2 5/8" diameter of the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 will offer increased durability.
Are you supposed to break-in a new bat?
Asked by #23
Since this 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) features composite material on the barrel, it will require a few days of use before showing performance at the highest level.
What are the differences between the COMBAT MAXUM, Vigor and Portent?
Asked by Elmer Gray
There are only slight differences between the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 and the Vigor and Portent in the same size. Essentially the MAXUM will be the most balanced model with the longest barrel. The Portent and then the Vigor would come next in terms of balanced feel and length of the barrel.
Does this bat have a power warning label or sticker on it?
Asked by Guy Who Hits Dingers
This 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) will come with a Warning Label that warns about safety risks that can come with use of the bat.
Is the Combat Vigor -10 any better then the Combat Bubba line of bats?
Asked by tumtum
The Bubba line of bats is going to be a little bit more balanced than the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110). Other than that the bats are going to be extremely similar in every other aspect including performance.
Features say 2 5/8", but one answer says no pony stamp since the bat is 2 3/4". Which is it?
Asked by 0123
This bat is a 2 5/8" barrel diameter bat. The 2 3/4" barrel version is the VG2SL210.
Is the bat stamped "Approved for Pony" on the barrel?
Asked by Dan
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 does not feature an "approved for Pony" stamp since it has a 2 3/4" barrel diameter.
My son is 75 lbs and about 4'7". What size should he get?
Asked by big d
Based upon your player's height and weight, we would make a general recommendation of this 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) in the 29" length as long as you can handle the 19 oz weight.
Any idea how these compare to the old Combat B4 Portent line of bats. Both are 1 piece composite with 2 5/8" barrel.
Asked by Coach
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) is very comparable to the Combat B4 Portant line. They have comparable designs and use a similar composite material. The B4 Portant is a little more balanced than the Vigor but it is not going to be a huge difference. Very comparable bats.
10U player that is 5' 100 lbs. Would you suggest 30 in -10? Is this bat able to be used after 1-1-18 regulations in place?
Asked by D mill
Based on your players height and weight, we suggest a 30" 20 oz model of the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110. Unfortunately, if your league will require the USA Baseball certification in 2018, this bat will not be legal for play.
Can this bat be used in 8u Select USSSA?
Asked by andrew
This bat is USSSA certified with a 1.15 BPF certification, yes.
Is this bat legal in 50/70 little league?
Asked by ninercw
No. Composite bats must be BBCOR certified in 50/70.
Is this bat considered a big barrel?
Asked by Mica
Yes, the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 is a big barrel bat featuring a 2 5/8" barrel diameter.
What batting gloves come with it?
Asked by colby gordon
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 does not come with any batting gloves.
Will justbats pick up the warranty on this model?
Asked by Dredub
Yes, we will cover the warranty on the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110).
My son wants a COMBAT MAXUM but I'm not dropping that much money when the new USA Bat standard starts next year. Is this bat anywhere near comparable to the MAXUM?
Asked by josh
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 will feature a one-piece fully composite design with a balanced swing weight just like the MAXUM model. The difference that one will find with the Vigor is that the barrel length is not as extended thus giving the bat a slightly smaller sweet spot and less balanced swing weight feel when compared to the MAXUM line. Overall, it is a very good bat especially for someone looking for a discounted option as one awaits the transition to the new USABat stamped models.
Does this bat have a BBCOR .50? And if so, is it stamped on the bat?
Asked by Nate
Unfortunately, the 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 is not BBCOR certified. It is USSSA 1.15 BPF certified and it is not legal for play in a league that requires BBCOR.
What's the difference between a -10 and -12?
Asked by pete
If you were to compare this 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat (VG2SL110) to a bat with a -12 length-to-weight ratio, you'll notice that the -12 model will be the lighter bat when to compared to this -10 bat. If you had two bats of the same length, the -12 model would be two ounces lighter than this -10 bat.
Is this bat approved for PONY league?
Asked by Denise
The 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 is approved for Pony baseball in all levels minus Colt and Palomino.
What is the difference between the 2017 Combat Vigor and the 2017 Combat Maxum?
Asked by Damien
The 2017 Combat Maxum has a few more features than the 2017 Combat Vigor. The Maxum comes with a lower swing weight (Up to 38% Swing Weight Reduction on average), hot out of the wrapper performance, and a slightly larger hitting surface.
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Do you have to break the bat in before using it in a game?
Asked by super_cooper
Yes, we recommend a break-in period for all composite material bats, including this 2017 Rawlings Quatro. Generally 150-200 swings off a tee or soft toss is enough to get a bat game ready.
I need this bat in a 31/28 , -3. Is that possible?
Asked by Richard
While this 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is a -10, the 2017 Rawlings Quatro BBCOR Baseball Bat: BB7Q4 was the -3 model but it is unfortunately a discontinued model and we no longer have stock of that bat.
The one that is $179, is that the -3 model?
Asked by domthegoat
The model listed for $179.99 is the 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 and it features a -10 drop weight.
Can my son use this bat in USSSA?
Asked by luis
Yes, the 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is legal in USSSA play.
Does this bat have the new USA stamp on it to comply with new bat rules?
Asked by joe
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 does not feature the USABat stamp to comply with the new rules taking affect in 2018. These bats will not be released until sometime in September of 2017.
Is this bat a 2 5/8 barrel?
Asked by coltmay
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7Q10) has a 2 3/4" barrel.
How does this bat compare to the CF Zen in terms of weight distribution? Is it End loaded?
Asked by Jjonesz74
The weight distribution between the 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 and the CF Zen is pretty similar, as both are well balanced bats.
Does this bat require a break in period?
Asked by Jon T
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is a two-piece fully composite baseball bat that will require a slight break in period. Most manufacturers are stating that the 2017 composite bats will feature more of a factory break-in in terms of the composite bats but we do hear that some customers feel that the current composites perform better after 100+ swings.
What size do you recommend for an 11 yr old who measures 5'2" and 105 lbs?
Asked by Sultan of Swat
Based on your player's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 in a 31 inch model.
Can this bat be used in temperatures below 55 degrees?
Asked by mike
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is a two-piece composite bat that will feature a balanced swing weight. These bats are typically better suited for warmer temperatures, around 70 degree Fahrenheit and above, but can certainly be used in colder weather. Durability could come into play with composite bats a little earlier than an alloy bat in colder temperatures.
What size you would you recommend for 4'10", 90 pound, average strength 12 year old?
Asked by Marc
Based on that height and weight we would recommend a 30"/20 ounce 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7Q10).
Is this bat universally accepted in most leagues and tournaments?
Asked by Red
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7Q10) is accepted in a lot of leagues and tournaments. I would not say universally because there is so many different leagues and league rules. It is a composite bat with a 2 3/4" diameter barrel. Some leagues do not allow that size barrel and others require all composite bats to be BBCOR certified. If you have questions about your specific league just reach out to us by phone, chat, or email and we will be able to help you out.
What is the difference between the Quatro and the Velo?
Asked by Red
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7Q10) and the 2017 Rawlings VELO Senior League Baseball Bat (SL7V10) are going to be very different bats. The Rawlings Velo is going to be a one piece aluminum bat. It will have a stiff feel when hitting the ball due to its one piece design. The sound of the ball coming off the bat will be extremely loud, due to the Acoustic Alloy that Rawlings uses with this particular bat. The Rawlings Quatro is going to be a multi piece composite bat. It is going to have more flex than the Velo because it is not a one piece bat. Some vibration is lost with the Vibration Dampening Technology used in the Quatro. Both are high end, high performing bats. Whether a player preferred one or the other would be based off of personal preference.
Is this a two-piece bat?
Asked by tommy
Yes, the 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is a two-piece fully composite bat.
Is there a break-in period with this bat?
Asked by CrushersBaseball
The 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is pretty hot out of the wrapper, but we still feel it benefits from a small break-in period. The best way to break it in is to take 50-100 swings off a tee, rotating the barrel about a quarter turn every few swings, and gradually working your swing speed up from about 50% to 100%.
Is this considered a big barrel?
Asked by jd
Yes the 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 is considered a big barrel bat.
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-10 Length to Weight Ratio
2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter
Balanced Swing Weight
Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
One-Piece Composite Design
Precision Molding Technology - Consistent Performance Throughout the Barrel and No Dead Spots
Seamless Construction - Provides Uniform Strength and Fine-Tuned Performance
Single Wall Barrel Construction
Tremendous Trampoline Effect From Barrel For Maximum Pop
Description for 2017 COMBAT VIGOR -10 Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110
In a price range typically littered with only alloy options, COMBAT has created a one of a kind bat. The COMBAT VIGOR is the only baseball bat that offers a 100% composite, one-piece, single wall barrel construction. This design gives the VIGOR an exceptional advantage over the competition. Not only does this result in a longer, extended barrel but it provides explosive power, a lighter swing weight, and essential feedback. Furthermore, the unique single wall barrel produces an extraordinary trampoline effect for maximum pop and a superior feel. Much like that of the popular MAXUM models, the VIGOR uses COMBAT's Precision Molded Seamless Construction Technology which results in a hardened, ultra-consistent molded bat every time making it perfectly tuned for optimal performance. Additionally, no seams means no dead spots for a dependable performance during every at bat. Plus, as an added bonus, each VIGOR comes wrapped with an ultra-premium Lizard Skins grip for supreme comfort and reduced vibration.
This 2017 COMBAT VIGOR Senior League Baseball Bat: VG2SL110 features a -10 length to weight ratio, a 2 5/8 inch barrel diameter, and the USSSA 1.15 BPF Certification. Also, COMBAT is backing this model with a full twelve (12) month manufacturer's warranty. COMBAT: See The Difference! Make sure to pick up your own VIGOR today with our fast, free shipping!
2 3/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
-10 Length To Weight Ratio
USSSA 1.15 BPF Certification
Carbon Fiber Composite Barrel - Provides Optimum Pop and Distance
Description for 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10
New for 2017! The Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10, also known as the 'Glowstick,' has finally arrived! Performance, flex, balance, and distance are the four parts that make up the Quatro. Imagine over 25,000 hours of drawing, prototyping, testing and drawing some more. The Rawlings development team never settles and has put in the work required to produce a perfect bat. Rawlings has evolved to become the leader in cutting edge bat technology and there is not a single inch of this baseball bat without technology. It all starts with Tru-View Technology which allows you to visualize your performance. Rawlings has peeled back the curtains to show you exactly what is in each model. The 100% carbon fiber composite material produces optimum pop and an increased ball flight. Not to mention, the innovative Quatro Collar and the Vibration Dampening Technology (VDT) creates a smooth feel at impact by absorbing and deflecting any sting. In addition to that, ultimate flex between the handle and the barrel accelerates speed through contact. This Quatro is an absolute game changer that is ahead of its class and unmatched on the field! Champions Choose Rawlings!
This 2017 Rawlings Quatro Senior League Baseball Bat: SL7Q10 features a -10 length to weight ratio, a 2 3/4 inch barrel diameter, and the USSSA 1.15 BPF Certification. Furthermore, it is backed by a full twelve (12) month manufacturer's warranty. Buy your very own Quatro today with our fast, free shipping!