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Bat Pack Louisville Slugger XENO Plus and DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bats: FPXN170 and DXCFA

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2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170

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DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper"

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Reviews for the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170
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Was this review helpful ? 8 6

Pros:  Hit hot from the start

Cons:  Used for the first tournament ever and broke right in two. It definitely is a two piece bat

“broken bat”

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Pros:  cant tell ya broke right away

Cons:  broke in one game...not like the olds one!!!!!

“XENO Plus”

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Was this review helpful ? 5 2

Pros:  Extremely balanced Looks great Has a TON of pop Easy break in

Cons:  I can't tell much of a difference from last year's model minus the cosmetics. It's still a great bat but that is why I didn't give it a five out of five...

“One of the Best Bats on the field”

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Pros:  I absolutely love my Xeno bat. I have had every model for the past few years and I like the graphics and feel of this one the best. I tried the LXT and that is a great bat as well, but I wanted to stick with what I know and I know that this is one of the best bats you can buy for fastpitch softball.

Cons:  None. Mine has been very durable since I bought it 4 months ago.

“Never made it to the field”

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Pros:  Beautiful

Cons:  Broke in half hitting off the tee day ONE!

“Best overall FP bat”

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Pros:  Excellent pop and hot out of wrapper. Awesome looks. Xeno has been our bat of choice for a long time and it is still awesome!

Cons:  None

“Fantastic Bat”

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Pros:  Great balance, great pop, great feel, looks amazing and hasn't broken in 6 months of use.

Cons:  None so far.

“Clutch Bat”

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Pros:  Hit a homerun the first time I used it. Its been a great bat ever since.

Cons:  N/A

“awesome”

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Pros:  works great seems to really pop them balls far.

Cons:  n/a

“Team Favorite!”

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Pros:  Great bat, great pop! Increased hitting distance by at least 15%. No vibration on the hands. Had the bat for over a year on three leagues and it is still excellent. The whole team started using the bat because it outperforms the rest!

Cons:  Highly recommended not to use in temperatures less than 60°F (to avoid damage/delamination).

“xeno”

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Pros:  pretty

Cons:  bat chiped 3 inch circle on the barrel

“Great Bat!”

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Pros:  First bat we have owned that hasn't broke. My daughter (15) had broken 3 bats in a year. This was a replacement that has lasted almost two seasons now. She has hit 3 home runs this season and has used and abused it.

Cons:  None at this point.

Reviews for the DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper"
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Pros:  went my bat first came i went with my sister who got the cf8 hope to break our bats in. first hit with my bat, i thought i was already broken in. it has so much pop. i am a slapper and i love this bat.

Cons:  NO CONS

“Dimarini slapper”

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Pros:  the bigger sweet spot gives my daughter who is a slapper and bunter most of the time a better angle to bunt and slap but she does not only slap and bunt and this bat gives her a little more pop

Cons:  she just got ot last week for a tournament and did take her a couple games to get used to it but it is like that with any bat.

“Lefty contact hitter”

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Pros:  Great pop out of the wrapper, barrel length really provides more "contact patch" for improved batting control. 14y/o daughter is a lefty hitter and contact hitter, this bat can send the ball wherever she wants it to go! The reverse wrapped tape sounds like hype but it really does improve grip and bat feel. Favorite bat ever!

Cons:  Graphics aren't her favorite and unknown durability but all her prior DeMarinis have never disappointed and still used by sibling and teammates.

“Beautiful Bat”

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Pros:  It felt broken in right away. I've had it for about 3 weeks and i've already had some very nice hits off of it.

Cons:  the paint is already scrafching on the end.

“Pros and cons”

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Pros:  It looks nice and new and will last a long time

Cons:  The price is high

“great bat”

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Pros:  my daughter is small but this bat has provided her significantly more pop that has increased her ability to drive the ball and add confidence to her as well.

Cons:  none

“Great Bat”

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Pros:  The bat does not take long to break in, and once it has been broken in it feels great! Amazing bat, if you're thinking about buying it, you definetly should!

Cons:  No cons

“Slapping Sucess”

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Pros:  I love the batting grip; the second I picked up the bat and got into my batting stance, I could feel the difference. It's much more comfortable for me, being a left-handed player. Though it is the same weight as my other bat (22 ounces) , It feels lighter. Because of this, I find it a lot easier to get my hands to the ball and since i've used this bat I feel like my slapping has gotten better as a whole.

Cons:  Sadly, this bat doesn't have a lot of pop and though it can put the ball in the outfield, it is less likely to get there than it would with other bats would. On the other hand, this bat is meant for slapping and not power hitting.

“Slapper loves her bat”

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Pros:  Like how it feels. The longer barrel is great on the inside pitches.

Cons:  Have only had it for a month, so no time to find any cons yet.

“Coach”

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Pros:  Little break in time and great feel

Cons:  none

“Amazing Bat”

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Pros:  This bat is by far amazing and so great to use during games. I cannot wait to play more games with this bat.

Cons:  There are no cons.

“Bats”

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Pros:  The bat is great. My daughter is beginning to slap the ball and enjoys using the bat.

Cons:  n/a

“DeMarini CF8 Slapper ”

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Pros:  Daughter loves the new bat. she can tell the difference in the load from her regular CF8. slightly longer barrel and she has had some great power slaps and drag bunts so far with this bat.

Cons:  N/A

“2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCF”

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Pros:  My Daughter is 9, a lefty, and usually the tallest on every team. We have only bought inexpensive bats for her prior to this one, but we decided to break down and buy her a nice bat. I emailed and called just bats.com and after a few discussions with them we decided on the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper". They were very helpful. We just bought this bat for my Daughter about a month ago and my daughter loves it. She gets a lot more pop off the bat and she says the bat feels great in her hands. GREAT BAT!

Cons:  Do not know of any cons.

“Great Bat”

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Pros:  The Bat is a good deal. My Daughter is not a lefty so i replaced the grip tape. The Slapper is well balanced and easy for her to swing. The longer barrel length is a plus which helps her to keep the barrel in the zone longer. Great pop and this color is my Favorite, just like her CF6. Well worth it.

Cons:  Only Con is that Just Bats should offer a combo pack with just this Bat. Definetly would buy another.

“Love this bat”

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Pros:  Great bat!

Cons:  Havent found any

“cf8”

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Pros:  my granddaughter loves this bat. grafics everything about it. very speedy delivery

Cons:  havent found any

“CF8”

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Pros:  easy to use, lightweight, beautiful design, no pain when hitting the ball on the wrong part of the bat like other bats.

Cons:  none

“I love this bat”

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Pros:  Since playing softball, this is the best bat I have used! I am a lefty and when you hit the sweet spot it will go far

Cons:  none!

“2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch slapper Bat”

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Pros:  Nine year old left handed hitter . Been playing three years. I came from a alloy bat. Totally different ballgame is all i have to say. This bat is sweet. It is lighter and easier to hit. All the practice in the world will make you better, but it sure does help when you have the best equipment .

Cons:  None.

“slappers bat”

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Pros:  good pop nice grip!

Cons:  takes time to find the sweet spot

“5 Stars”

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Pros:  I love this bat. I've been to the batting cages three times and played three games since it arrived. It's scuffed up, like all bats that have been used, but there are no dents in it. It's light weight makes it easy to swing and it doesnt sting your hands when you hit a ball.

Cons:  I havent had any issues with this bat at all.

“right handed hitter”

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Pros:  i dont slap but it is a very nice bat to hit with so far this season i have had very nice hits including a triple that was about 8 feet away from the fence

Cons:  there could be a better grip but nothing really about the bat is bad

“10 year old Lefty”

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Pros:  My daughter is 10. Stands 4'-11" and weighs 75 lbs. She is in love with this bat. Slap hitting for once is fun for her. She can drop it short or hit for power slapping. It also has enough pop for power hitting. Very happy with this bat

Cons:  None as of yet

“Did not Like”

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Pros:  Looks great and has decent pop

Cons:  Serious Vibration Reported by player

“Awesome Bat”

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Pros:  Bat has great pop and really covers the zone.

Cons:  Wish it would come in a Drop 13 to make it a bit lighter for smaller players.

“great bat!!”

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Pros:  this bat is awesome!! my girs are hitting with this bat nd the newbies like it!!

Cons:  wish it had a sweet design on it.. but its going to get dirty anyways!

“Sharpest tool in the box!”

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Pros:  Just took delivery on lefty daughter's second Slapper, she wouldn't think of using any other bat! 15 y/o daughter plays HS varsity, and 16u travel in southern California so you know the last one got plenty of use. After about 18 months of near daily use, it lost it's pop and with out hesitation she wanted another. Durability under these circumstances is hardly a concern. although the price drop is much appreciated! This bat does everything the coaches ask her to do, bunt, drag, slap and occasionally going for the fences. the large sweet spot gives her more surface to work with and lays down the ball where she needs to. The graphics mark her as a likely bunter but that's where the versatility of the bat comes to play as this bat is truly capable of doing almost everything a player could want.

Cons:  Remembering to reverse wind the tape when re-doing the handle. Had to re-tape twice over the course of the life of the last bat.

“My daughter and her teammates love this bat!”

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Pros:  Good feel. Good pop. Was recommended to us and did not disappoint.

Cons:  None.

“Demarini Slapper”

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Pros:  Coming from a righty batter, this bat has excellent pop. Very light also.

Cons:  none

“12U hitter”

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Pros:  This bat was good for my switch hitting and slapper daughter. The extra barrel length was perfect for her compared to her other bats. She liked the feel and was comfortable swinging this bat.

Cons:  We purchased the 31/21 for her second year 12U season. It only lasted 13 months (month after warranty period expired) because the barrel cracked longitudinal. Unfortunaly can not return. We also know a second family that had this same bat and while in 10U and it cracked in the barrel as well.

“Great Bat!!”

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Pros:  My first time i used it in a game, I hit great!! 2 triples almost over the fence !! love this bat. it’s such a great bat

Cons:  none

Questions and Answers for the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170

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146962 Click to show/hide answer

What size of bat do you recommend for 5'8 /145 lbs player?

Based on your player's height and weight, I would suggest a 33" fastpitch softball bat for your player. Unfortunately, we have sold out of the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 in that size, but we do have the 2018 Louisville Slugger XENO -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTLFPXN18A10.

Logan Expert
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Is this bat a 33/23? I see the options box, but it does not list 33/23 so I am confused. Please advise.

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170, as of 4/15/18, is only available still in 30/20, 21/21, and 32/22 sizes. All 33 inch models of this bat have been sold and since this model is a closeout we will not get anymore in from LS. If seeking a 33 inch model then we would recommend looking into the 2018 Louisville Slugger XENO -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTLFPXN18A10.

Cameron Expert
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Is there a Xeno sold as a 33 inch, 20 or 21 oz? 23 oz is too heavy for me and takes too long for me to get it around.

The 2018 Louisville Slugger XENO -11 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTLFPXN18A11 comes in a 33"/22 ounce and that is going to be the lightest option that we have in the 33" size.

Carter Expert
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I am tying to find my daughter a new bat. She is 4’11” and 105 pounds. Any idea what size she needs?

Based on your player's current height and weight, I would recommend the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) in a 31"/21 oz size. If you anticipate your player growing this season and would like a bat that can accommodate that, I would suggest getting the 32"/22 oz size instead.

Taylor Expert
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My daughter is 11, 5’2" tall and 111 pounds. What size bat do you recommend?

We would probably suggest a 32" length for her height and weight.

Kyle J. Expert
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Niece is 12 years old 5' 110 lbs; looking for a new bat for her. She currently uses a Easton stealth 31 in 21 oz. I would like to switch her to a Xeno but which one?

Based on her height and weight we would recommend moving up to a 32"/22 ounce 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Carter Expert
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I have two daughters who play travel ball. One is 4'11,110lb and the other is 5'2,150lb. Is it possible for them to share a bat? They would really like a Xeno bat but I am unsure which one? They are both very powerful hitters.

Based on your daughters height and weight we would recommend the smaller one using a 30"/20 ounce bat while we would recommend the other daughter you a 31"/21 ounce 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170. However, if they were both comfortable swinging a 31"/21 ounce you could definitely try that out.

Carter Expert
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My daughter is a 5'10" tall, 160 lb NAIA college player and uses a 2017 Xeno 34"/25 oz and is satisfied with it. I was looking at getting her a 2018 model although she says she is satisfied with her current bat. What is the difference between the two models if any and does that size seem appropriate for her size/weight? She has hit two HRs in each of her first two years in college. I would like for her to have a backup bat in case her 2017 model is damaged during her upcoming season.

Not too much changed with the Xeno from 2017 to 2018, other than some slight end cap improvements. If you can still find the same -9 Xeno she has in a 2017 model it would certainly be a good option, and most likely be discounted due to being an older model.

Kyle J. Expert
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My daughter is 5'3" 170 lb power hitter. She is now doing travel and is using a used Xeno 32inch and she has been hitting to the fences but never over it. Looking for any bat that will give her that extra pop to make it there. What bats would you recommend? She has a fast swing and is a 3rd base line hitter? Thank you in advance!

Based off the information you've provided, I would recommend the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 in a 33 inch and 23 ounce. I think the extra inch and ounce might improve ball flight. You could also consider the 2018 Louisville Slugger PXT -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: which features an end-loaded swing weight which is geared towards power hitters.

Dan Expert
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My daughter is 15, 5'6" and a mere 105 lbs. What bat would you recommend? She is just a freshman, but made varsity. I would like her to shine. She hates the ping her bat now makes, is this one composite?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 is a two piece fully composite model. At her height and weight, I would suggest a 32" 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 if the 22 oz. size works for your player.

Logan Expert
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My daughter is 5'3" and currently uses the 2016 Louisville Xeno 32"/22 oz and I was wondering if there is a substantial difference in the weight of the 33"/23 oz 2017 Xeno. I don't want to get the bat to long or heavy for her to handle.

Different players will react differently to a larger/heavier bat, so it's difficult to say. Some players hardly notice a 1" or 1 oz difference, while some it can really affect them. I think how much it would affect a player would depend on their strength. Typically stronger players can adjust better than smaller players.

Kyle J. Expert
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My daughter is a 14 year old high school freshman. She is 5'8" and weighs about 170 pounds. What would you recommend for length and weight for her?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 would be a great option for your player. At her size, I would go with a 33" 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170, or the 34" 2018 Louisville Slugger XENO -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTLFPXN18A10.

Logan Expert
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I am looking for a high school fast pitch bat. Is this a great bat combination for high school players?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 is a great option for high school players and is one of the top rated -10 bats on the market.

Cameron Expert
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Emma is 4 ft 9 inches tall and weighs 125. She has a lot of power and this is my first real bat purchase. I'm looking for a -10 or -11. What size do you recommend.

Based on her height and weight I would suggest the 32in. 22oz. 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Tyler Expert
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My daughter is approximately 5 ft 1 and weighs around 105. She is currently borrowing a Easton 31 in -12. Seems to be working for her. She is a power hitter when she makes contact. I would also say she has a fast swing. Looking for a good bat for her. She is playing on a 10u competitive travel softball league.

Based on your daughter's height and weight, a 32 inch model might be a better fit. The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 offers a fully composite design with a balanced swing weight and is a great bat for contact hitters. Based on your daughter's age though the 2017 Louisville Slugger LXT Hyper Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPLX171, and the -11 length to weight ratio, would be a better fit.

Cameron Expert
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Does the slightly used bat come with the 1 yr factory warranty?

A used option of the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170, or any other used bat sold at Justbats, will only feature a 14 day guarantee. A used bat does not feature a 12 month warranty from the manufacturer.

Cameron Expert
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Do you have any 2017 34in -10?

Unfortunately, we have sold out of the 34" 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Logan Expert
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What size would you recommend for my 10 year old daughter? She is 4'4" and is around 86 lbs to 89 lbs.

Based on your players height and weight, we suggest a 29" bat. However, the 30" model of the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 should also work because of its balanced swing weight.

Jason Expert
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My daughter has a cheaper Easton bat that is -11 (30) now that she is about to try travel ball we are looking for a higher priced/better quality bat in a 31 but do we stay with -11? or go -10? She is 5 foot and 100 pounds.

Based on your players height and weight, we suggest the 31" length, so you're right about that. The weight is tough to suggest as that really depends on your players bat speed and strength. If your player can swing the heavier -10, that is the way to go as the more mass you can put behind the ball the further it can travel. Bat speed is the most important thing though, so if you are worried at all about a -10 being too heavy or think she needs the -11 for the best bat speed, the -11 would be the way to go.

Jason Expert
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My daughter is 11 years old, 4'6" and 75 lbs. She is little and can make contact, but lacks power. Her bat speed needs to increase a little as well. I am looking at the XENO or LXT. I am thinking of 30" (-11). She uses a 30" (-13) now and it is too light. (1) Would she need a bat with flex in it to get more power or a stiffer bat like the XENO? (2) Which bat would help with bat speed and power? (3) Which bat would you recommend for her?

Based upon your player's height and weight, the the 30" length would be the general recommendation. I would be a little hesitant to get something that is 2 ounces heavier than her current 17 oz weight [if bat speed needs to be improved]. (1) I do not think that extra flex would necessarily provide a distinct performance advantage as the preference for more or less flex in a bat is typically up to the individual player. (2) A bat that may help her in regard to speed and power might be a bat like the 2017 Easton Hyperlite Fastpitch Softball Bat (FP17HL12) in the 30"/18 oz size. I think getting a light swinging bat that can be handled effectively is most important. (3) My suggestion would be the Hyperlite in the 30"/18 oz size.

Ben Expert
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I'm looking at the new Louisville Xeno and the PXT and LXT. My daughter is 5'7" and weighs 120 lbs, and has a fast swing. She uses a 33 in. with a -11 drop, coach wants her to move up to a 34 in. What is your suggestion on that move?

Based on your player's height and weight, she would be between a 32" and a 33." However, her coach is able to see her swing and would be a better resource for that type of question. The LXT is the most balanced of the three, it features a three piece design, and is mostly hot out of the wrapper with little to no break in required. The Xeno would be the next most balanced option, with a more traditional two piece design offering more stiffness for players that are between a pure power hitter and a contact hitter style, and little to no break in required. The PXT is going to be an end loaded option for the more pure power hitters, and it also features the three piece design, but will require some break in.

Logan Expert
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My daughter is 9 and is 4 ft 7 inches and weighs 105 pounds. I was looking at the Xeno for her first composite bat. Would this be the right one or should I be looking at a different one?

For the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 I would recommend the 30 inch model. On our site, you'll notice our bat coach feature which allows you estimate which size bat you should purchase based on the players height and weight. The XENO is very balanced and is usually preferred by contact hitters.

Trevor Expert
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Looking for a first composite bat. I am 48 inches tall and weigh 80 pounds. What size bat should I use?

Based on your size, the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 is probably going to be a little big. I would look at a 28" 16 ounce 2018 Louisville Slugger X12 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTLFPX218A12.

Logan Expert
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I am currently using a teammate's Xeno 33 inch 23 oz. I am 5'3, what bat size would you recommend? I love the feel and it's hitting great, but just curious.

Based on your height, I would suggest a 32" 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Logan Expert
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My daughter is tall, but lite (75 Ibs and 5'5"). Thinking XENO and tried a friend's 31"/21 oz size. What size and preference of bat do you recommend for her?

Based upon your daughter's height and weight, I would recommend the 31" length of bat. As long as she handled the 21 oz weight of her friend's bat well, she should be fine with a 31"/21 oz size of bat. I think this 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) would be an excellent bat to get for your player.

Ben Expert
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Why do they break in two, and some on the first use? Granddaughter is looking into this bat, she is 11 yrs old, 5'4", weight 135, can the bat be returned?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 will feature a 12 month warranty through LS if it were to break and can certainly be returned if unused for an exchange or refund. As for what might cause a bat like the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 to break in two, this could be the result of where the ball is struck on the bat and/or sometimes we see bats break due to a stronger player swinging too light of a bat.

Cameron Expert
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My 11 year old daughter is currently has a 31" (-12). She is 5'9" and 100 lbs (facing 40+ mph pitching). Is the -10 going to noticeably slow down her swing (she is consistently ahead of the pitch)?

Based upon your player's height and weight, I would recommend looking for a bat that will be a little longer than than the 31" length. I think she would be able to swing at least a 32" length bat. In regard to weight, I might recommend going with a 21 oz weight. I might recommend checking out a 32"/21 oz bat over this 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) in a 31"/21 oz or 32"/22 oz.

Ben Expert
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My daughter is 5'9" tall, weighs 160 lbs, and is a power hitter. Which bat is better for her, the Xeno or Hyperlite?

We always recommend the heaviest bat a player can swing at a good bat speed. The Louisville Slugger Xeno Plus is available in a heavier weight than the Easton Hyperlite, so I would recommend the Xeno over the Hyperlite for a power hitter who can handle the added weight.

Kyle J. Expert
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My daughter is 5'8 and weighs 156 pounds. Which bat is recommended?

Based on your daughters height and weight we would recommend the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) in the 33"/23 ounce size.

Carter Expert
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My daughter is 15 (freshman), 5'3" and 130 pounds. What length and weight would you suggest?

Based on your daughter's height and weight, I would recommend using a 32" Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170). This model features a drop 10 length to weight ratio so the 32-inch model will weight 22 ounces.

JP Expert
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My daughter is in 10U (2nd season). She is 4'10 and approx 75 lbs. What size would you recommend?

Based on your player's height and weight, I would suggest a 31" bat. The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 may be a bit heavy for her age in a 31/21 soze, so I would consider taking a look at the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN171 31/20, or the 2017 Louisville Slugger X12 Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXT172 31/19.

Logan Expert
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Do you have this bat in a 2015 or 2016 model?

Unfortunately, we no longer have any of the previous models of the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 available.

Jason Expert
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My daughter is only 10 and plays U10 fastpitch. She is about 5' and 140 lbs. What size bat do you recommend?

Based on your daughters height and weight I would recommend a 31"/21 ounce 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170).

Carter Expert
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My daughter is 5'5" and 135 lbs. She is 15 and will be playing both high school ball and U16 softball. What size and drop would you recommend?

Based on your daughters height and weight. I would advise going with the 33" 23 oz size in the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Sean Expert
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My daughter swings a 2016 XENO (32"/22 oz). I was looking to get her the 2017 model. Not sure if she should go up in weight or move to the LXT. She is 5'8" and 138 lbs. What should I do?

Based upon your player's height and weight, I think she would be okay to go to the 33"/23 oz size of this 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170). If she is doing well with the XENO, I do not think she needs to move to the LXT. The LXT does not offer an inherent performance advantage to the XENO. The LXT will just offer the the TRU-3 technology that allows for slightly more barrel flex at contact and limits more of the vibration that can reach a player's hands on a miss-hit (however, if those features attract you guys, the LXT might be something to consider).

Ben Expert
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My sister has never really owned her own game bat before. I got her a drop 9 combat 34 inches when she entered high school as a training bat. She's 5'7 and about 155. Should she go down to a drop 10? or stick with a drop 9 and go with a 33? Most of the bats her teammates have are 21s or 22s which are noticeably way too light. But the combat is a bit too long for her to get around on faster pitchers.

Based on what you have told us I would recommend a 33"/24 ounce 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN179). I think this would be the way to go for your sister because I think this is going to be a good balance between length while keeping a decent good weight for her.

Carter Expert
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My daughter is 5'5" and weighs around 155 and is 15. We have purchased a MAKO the last 3 years, and we're looking for a switch. Which Louisville Slugger bat is better for her and what size drop -10 should we purchase?

Both the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 and the 2017 Louisville Slugger LXT Hyper Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPLX170 are great options to consider. The later will have a slightly larger sweet spot. As for the size to get in either of these bats, based on your daughter's height and weight we would recommend getting a 33 inch 23 ounce model. If she is using a bat that is currently 21 ounces or lighter then we would suggest going, at max, for the 32/22 bat.

Cameron Expert
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What bat would be recommended for a 12U player 5'3 145 pounds? She has had 2013 and 2016 Xeno. What is the difference between the XENO and LXT?

It really depends on what kind of hitter the player is. If she is more of a power hitter I would recommend the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170, if she is more of a contact hitter then I would recommend the 2017 Louisville Slugger LXT Hyper Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPLX170. The Xeno is a two-piece composite but it hits like a one-piece because of it's stiff construction. The LXT is a three-piece composite with Louisville's New Improved TRU3 Three-Piece Connection, making the bat hit like a two-piece.

Linsey Expert
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Is the LXT Hyper a heavier bat than this XENO?

Neither this 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) or a model of the LXT Hyper is really going to have an advantage in regard to weighting or balance. Both bats will feature a pretty balanced feel overall. The difference will lie in the connection point. This XENO features a standard connection point that allows for some limited flex at contact and limited vibration reduction. The LXT Hyper features the 3-Piece design that provides more flex at contact and even more vibration reduction.

Ben Expert
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What does the -10 on the 2017 bat mean?

The -10 on the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 means that the length of the bat will have a difference of 10 from the weight. For example if the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 is 32" it will feature a 22 oz. weight.

Sean Expert
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What size of bat would you recommend for my daughter who is 5'2" and weighs around 115?

Based on her height and weight we would recommend a 32"/22oz 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170).

Carter Expert
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Just bought a Louisville bat & it was a 33" (-11) . My granddaughter has always had a 33" (-10). She is 16 and I am worried the -11 model may be too light. I am wondering if this will make a difference & should I send it back?

If your player is used to -10 bats (like this 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170) and still wants that size of bat, then I would recommend maybe looking to getting your player a -10 model instead of the -11 that was purchased for your player (the -11 model will feature less mass than the -10 model and that lack of mass could bring down the performance your player will display).

Ben Expert
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My daughter is 5'8" and weighs 140-150 lbs. What size would you recommend for her?

Based on her height and weight, we suggest a 33" model in the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Jason Expert
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What size of bat should I get if I'm 5'6" and weigh 125 lbs?

Based upon your height and weight, I would make a general recommendation of getting this 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) in the 33" length. As long as you feel that you can handle the 23 oz weight of the 33" model of this bat, I would recommend that size.

Ben Expert
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My daughter is 5'4" and 125 lbs. What bat and length and weight should she get?

For a player of her size, I'd recommend getting the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 in the 32" 22 oz. size.

Marcus Expert
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What size bat would I get my daughter that is 5'5" and 136 pounds?

Based on her height and weight we would recommend getting the 33" 23 oz 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170.

Carter Expert
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What is the difference between the 2017 XENO and the 2016 XENO?

The main difference between the 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 and the 2016 XENO is the connection point technology; the 2017 XENO will have a stiffer connection point which will provide slightly more pop.

Cameron Expert
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What is the difference between the PLUS and HYPER?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 is a two-piece fully composite bat with a balanced swing weight and the 2017 Louisville Slugger LXT Hyper Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPLX170 is a three-piece fully composite deign with balanced swing weight. The LXT models will feature PBF barrel technology which will create a larger sweet spot compared to the XENO bats; these bats will have S1iD barrel technology and will be stiffer on contact due to the iST Xs technology.

Cameron Expert
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What is up with the textured barrel instead of smooth like most bats?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 will feature more of a textured barrel feel to help facilitate more backspin on the ball.

Cameron Expert
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Do the 2016 and 2017 XENOs need to be broken in, or are they hot out of the wrapper?

This 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) and the 2016 XENOs were designed to be hot out of the wrapper. If there was a little break-in required on the bats, that break-in should have only consisted of a few rounds of hitting BP or a day of hitting off the tee.

Ben Expert
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Our family have always been an Easton family but have recently had a bad taste in our mouths due an inferior product we purchased. What type of warranty comes with the 2017 XENO?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 will feature a full twelve (12) month manufacturer's warranty. This would cover the bat if it were to become defective (end cap, cracking/breaking or anything else that would detract from the bat performing at optimal levels; bat chipping or grip tape would not be covered) for a free one-time replacement through Louisville Slugger.

Cameron Expert
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What's the difference between the XENO 170, 171 and 179?

This 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) will come with a -10 length-to-weight ratio. The 171 model will differ as it has a -11 length-to-weight ratio. The 179 model will differ as it has a -9 length-to-weight ratio.

Ben Expert
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When will this bat be available?

The 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPXN170) will be available the first week of June 2016.

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145789 Click to show/hide answer

Does this bat come in a 32 inch 21 oz?

The DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" does not come in the 32"/21 ounce size unfortunately.

Carter Expert
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Is this bat okay to play in a junior high softball game?

The DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" will be approved for ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF which will cover essentially every softball league out there. I would feel comfortable saying that this will be allowed for your junior high school softball game.

Tyler Expert
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Is this bat end loaded?

This bat is not end loaded, it is a balanced model. "Insane" is DeMarini's term for their end-load models, such as the 2017 DeMarini CF9 Insane.

Kyle J. Expert
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Is this bat only good for slappers? I am a righty hitter and I wanted to get this bat, will it give me the same abilities that the lefties get?

The DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" will do a similar job for in the way it would for a lefty. The only thing to consider is the grip tape is designed to maximize the feel/comfort for lefty hitters.

Dan Expert
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1) Would this bat work for a right hand hitter like me? 2) What size would be best for me? I am 5 feet 5.5 inches and 14 years old.

I would recommend the DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in either a 32 or 33 inch length.

Dan Expert
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Do you have a 30 or 31 inch?

Unfortunately, we only have 33" and 34" sizes available for the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper."

Logan Expert
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I am 4'11 and a righty in 12U fast pitch. Is this bat good for someone like me? Will this be available

Based upon the information you provided, we suggest you use a 31" bat. The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") bat would be great for you but we do not have 31" in stock. If you are currently using a 32, we have that and this bat would be fantastic for a player like you.

Mick Expert
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My daughter is about 5'2" and 120lbs. What bat do you recommend for her?

Based on your player's height and weight, I would recommend a 32" bat, such as the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper." If your player isn't a "slapper," you may want to check out the 32" 2017 DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTDXCFP.

Logan Expert
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Left handed slapper/bunter, 5'5 & 125 lbs. She has used an Easton Mako 31/21 for the last 2 yrs. What do you suggest?

If your player is a "slapper," there wouldn't be a better bat since the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is designed for just that. Based on that height and weight, I would suggest the 33" 23 ounce size.

Logan Expert
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My daughter is a lefty, she's around 112/111 lbs and 5'2" in height. She does not normally slap, but hits pretty far all around. Would this bat (32" 22oz) be good for her since she does like lighter bats?

The 32" 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" would be an appropriate bat for your player. Although this bat is a slapper model, your player can certainly still benefit from the bat hitting to all fields.

Logan Expert
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My granddaughter is 12 years old and is playing with 14u. She is 4'6" and weighs about 100 pounds. What bat do you recommend for her?

I would recommend the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 31'' 21 oz for your granddaughter.

Max Expert
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My daughter is 18 years old, 5'6" and 135 lbs. What bat do you suggest for her?

Based on your daughter's height and weight, we would recommend getting a 33 inch model. Typically a -10 model like the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" would be a great option to consider. This bat is designed more for a LHH who is a "slapper" type hitter though so you may want to consider the 2017 DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTDXCFP.

Cameron Expert
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What size should I get for my 14 year old daughter who is 5'7" and about 120 lbs?

Based on your player's height and weight, I would suggest a 32" 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper."

Logan Expert
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What size for my 14 yr old daughter that is 5'6" and about 130 lbs?

Based on your daughter's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 33 inch model.

Cameron Expert
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I'm a power hitter and was wondering if this bat would still work for me?

Yes, even though you are power hitter you could use the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper". The DeMarini CF8 Slapper is usually meant for contact hitters because it has that extended barrel which benefits slap hitters but it will not negatively affect you as a power hitter.

Cooper Expert
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My daughter plays 10U fastpitch. She is 10 years old and weighs 90 pounds. She is a lefty. What bat size and weight would you recommend?

Based on your player's age, I would suggest a 30" bat. It looks like the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is only available in larger sizes, so I would take a look at the 2017 DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTDXCFS.

Logan Expert
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My daughter is 16. She is 5'3 and weighs about 115. What size bat do you recommend for slapping? Would you recommend the same size for her regular right handed hitting?

Based on her height and weight we would recommend a 32"/22 ounce bat for regular hitting and slap hitting. For slap hitting I would recommend the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) "Slapper" as a good option.

Carter Expert
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I play 12u fastpitch. I am a right handed hitter. I don't bunt or slap that much. Would this bat work for me and would it work for line drive/ home run hits?

This 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") can definitely be used by a right handed hitter. It is just called a "Slapper" bat because it is extremely well balanced and would benefit a slap hitter greatly due to that feature. As long as you are wanting a well balanced bat, I would suggest the bat highly. The only issue that might arise is that the grip may bunch up on righty hitters after some use (since the bat is actually gripped for player holding the bat in a left handed manner).

Carter Expert
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Is it a full composite bat?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is a two piece, fully composite bat.

Logan Expert
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(1) How does a Slapper bat compare to a non-slapper when it comes to "pop"? (2) Can a righty hitter use it?

(1) In regard to performance, this 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") will deliver the same potential as any other CF8 bat. (2) If your player is a right hand hitter, the grip may bunch up a little (since it gripped for a lefty hitter). That would be the only issue with a righty hitter using the Slapper bat. You can re-grip the bat if needed.

Ben Expert
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My 13 year old weighs 110 and is 5"3. She is a slapper. What size bat do you recommend? She wants this bat, but her normal bat is 31" 21 oz.

Based on your daughter's height and weight, I would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 32''.

Tori Expert
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Can this bat be used in ASA slow pitch? If not, is there a comparable bat for ASA slowpitch at a comparable price?

Yes, the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" can be used in ASA slow pitch softball.

Jason Expert
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Is this a single walled bat or double walled bat?

This 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") is made of composite material. Typically, composite material is not listed as single or multi walled. However, many people might say it is "multi-layered" as it is composed of multiple layers of composite fibers placed on top of one another.

Ben Expert
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We can now use fastpitch bats in slow pitch softball. Some of the newbies can't handle the weight we use for slowpitch so they are switching to fastpitch bats. Most of them are righty hitters and don't slap the ball. Could this still be used by a righty hitter?

This 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") can definitely be used by a right handed hitter. It is just called a "Slapper" bat because it is extremely well balanced and would benefit a slap hitter greatly due to that feature. As long as your players are wanting a well balanced bat, I would suggest the bat highly. The only issue that might arise is that the grip may bunch up on righty hitters after some use (since the bat is actually gripped for player holding the bat in a left handed manner).

Ben Expert
136546 Click to show/hide answer

2017 Demarini Slapper or 2016? What's some of the pros and cons? My 12u daughter is currently using 2016 CF8 Balanced.

If you can find the 2016 model in the size you want, I'd go with that as you can get it at a lower price and should perform nearly identical to the 2017 model, as not much has changed.

Kyle J. Expert
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Is this bat end loaded or balanced?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is a balanced bat.

Jason Expert
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My daughter mainly starts off slapping or bunting. Her coach will sometimes have her switch to bat right if she gets two strikes. Would she be able to use this bat right handed to hit?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" will feature a design concept best suited for a LHH with the grip tape being wound for a lefty and the extended barrel allowing for the balance feel that a lefty slapper will prefer (not to mention a longer barrel). If her coach has her switch over with 2 strikes there is no reason why these bat cannot be used for RHH.

Cameron Expert
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I'd like to know what size to get my "friend" who is 140 lbs and is like 5'2"?

Based on your friend's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 32 inch option.

Cameron Expert
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My daughter is 5'6" and 115-120 pounds. She is 14 yrs old. What softball bat do you recommend?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" has an extended barrel length and the grip tape is wrapped in reverse fashion for a left handed hitter, but right handed batters still purchase and use the Slapper model. If you wanted to go with this bat, I would suggest the 32" 22 ounce size based on your player's height and weight.

Logan Expert
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My daughter is 13 5'0" about 100 lbs. What size bat would you recommend? She is the only slapper on her team. Look for a bat that can get the ball out of the infield a little faster or with I big high hop. She bunts a lot all so will this bat work for her?

Based on her height and weight we would recommend a 32"/22 ounce 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA). It would work well for her style of play.

Carter Expert
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Does this bat have to be for a slapper ?

No, this bat can be used for regular style hitting as well.

Kyle J. Expert
134438 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 5'2", 100 lbs and she is 11. What softball bat would you recommend?

If your daughter is a left handed slap hitter I would definitely recommend the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) in the 32"/22 ounce.

Carter Expert
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My player is a left handed hitter and is 5'3" / 115 lbs. What size for her?

Based upon your player's height and weight, I would recommend getting this bat in the 32" length as long as your player can handle the subsequent 22 oz weight.

Ben Expert
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What size do you recommend for my 5'7" 110 lb daughter?

Based on your daughter's height and weight we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 32 inch model.

Cameron Expert
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Our daughter is 5'8" and 210 lbs. She is playing high school softball. It's time for a new bat. We would love length and weight suggestions. She thinks a 33"/21oz with a -12 drop. What do you recommend? Also she does not want a lot of "ting."

Based on your daughter's height and weight, we would recommend a 33 inch bat 23 ounce bat. Since she is in high school it would be best to get a -10 model of bat and if you are seeking something that does not have a lot of "ting" then a two-piece composite bat would be best. The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is better suited for a LHH "slap hitter" and so the regular CF9 model, the 2017 DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTDXCFP, would be a better fit.

Cameron Expert
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What is a good bat for a right handed batter that is 11 yrs old? She is 4'8.5" tall and weighs 115 lbs.

I would recommend checking out the 2017 DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bat (WTDXCFP) for a right handed hitter. Based on her height and weight, a 31 inch model would be best.

Carter Expert
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I'm a right hand power hitter and I want to know if this bat would work for me or is it only for slapper hitters?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) "Slapper" is best for a left handed slap hitter.

Damon Expert
133565 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 14, 5'4" and about 125 lbs. Last season she used a DeMarini Vendetta (31"/19 oz) and that ended up being quite small. We would like to get her a bat that will last a few years. Would a 33"/23 oz work?

Based upon your player's height and weight, I would make a general recommendation of going with the 32"/22 oz size of this 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") before moving to the 33"/23 oz size. Since she has swung a smaller bat in the past, I think the 33"/23 oz size would present quite a jump for this season. I think the 32"/22 oz size would get her something that she could work towards and also use in the future.

Ben Expert
133546 Click to show/hide answer

Is this a left handed bat? Is this a good bat for right handed hitter with average power and hits for high average?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) "Slapper" is designed for left handed slap hitters. If you are a right handed batter with some power I would recommend swinging the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Insane Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFI).

Carter Expert
133178 Click to show/hide answer

Would this bat be good for hitting or just slapping?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is designed with a longer barrel and reverse wrapped grip tape for left handed hitters, but can be used to hit as a player traditionally would as well.

Logan Expert
132424 Click to show/hide answer

None of your photos show the USSSA "thumbprint". How do I know if this bat is legal to use in AAU softball?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" is USSSA approved and does feature the thumbprint, although it can be difficult to see in the photos.

Logan Expert
132328 Click to show/hide answer

Can a right hand hitter use this bat?

Yes, the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" can be used by both Right or Left handed hitters. The grip is just optimized for Left handed use.

Linsey Expert
132114 Click to show/hide answer

Looking for this bat (32"/21 oz). Is this available in that size?

Unfortunately, this 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") was not built by DeMarini in the 32"/21 oz size (-11 length-to-weight ratio). It will only be built with a -10 length-to-weight ratio.

Ben Expert
131964 Click to show/hide answer

Trying to find a DeMarini 30/19.

We do not have the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 30 inch 19 ounce.

Cameron Expert
131881 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 5'2" and weighs about 95 lbs. She throws left handed and is more comfortable batting right handed. She is learning to slap but bats right handed too. What bat and size would you recommend? She has decent power batting right handed but we need something she can use both ways.

Based on her height and weight, we would recommend getting a 32 inch bat. Ideally the weight would be 22 ounces if she can hit for some power. If bat speed is lacking then going with a drop 11 model (21 ounces) would be a better fit. The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" could serve as a dual purpose bat for RHH and LHH. If she isn't a consistent slap hitter then you may want to consider the 2017 DeMarini CF9 Fastpitch Softball Bat: WTDXCFP.

Cameron Expert
131837 Click to show/hide answer

What size bat do you recommend for my 12 yr old, 5'4" 110 lb daughter?

Based on your daughter's height and weight, we would recommend getting the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" in a 32 inch model.

Cameron Expert
131761 Click to show/hide answer

Could you re-wrap the grip for a right hand hitter?

The grip for this 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") is made specifically for a left hand hitter. However, if you wanted to head to the store to buy a new grip, you could definitely put the new gripping on the bat and have it be situated for a right hand hitter (just about every grip out there on the market is going to be situated for a right handed hitter).

Ben Expert
131654 Click to show/hide answer

Is this bat stamped for Little League?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" does not feature a "Little League" stamp but is allowed for use in Little League.

Cameron Expert
131573 Click to show/hide answer

My coach wants me to try a 34' with a -10 drop length-to-weight ratio. Is this specific DeMarini bat a good fit for a lefty hitter (6'0" tall and 210 lbs)?

Based upon your height and weight, I think that you would be just fine to go with the 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA "Slapper") in the 34" length as long as you feel that the 24 oz weight would be okay. One thing I would recommend noting, is that this bat that will be very balanced in its swing weight. It will be gripped specifically for a lefty hitter, but I was thinking that a power hitter may prefer considering something with more of an end-load to it like the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Insane Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFI).

Ben Expert
131203 Click to show/hide answer

If my current bat size is a 32 and that is a little too small what size should I get?

If the 32" is a little too small for you I would suggest going up to a 33" 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) "Slapper".

Carter Expert
131118 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 5'2", 115 lbs and bats right handed. Is this bat recommended for right handers? Also, I was thinking 32 by 22 for size.

I would recommend the 32 inch 2016 DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper" for your daughters height and weight. The grip tape on this bat is oriented for left-handed batters, but can be used either way.

Linsey Expert
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Is this bat available in a 29 or 28 inch length?

Unfortunately the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) is only available in the 31", 32", 33", and 34". The 2017 model of this does not currently have a 28" or a 29".

Carter Expert
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Can righty hitters use this bat too?

Right handed hitters can use the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA but the grip tape may show issues due to the fact that is wrapped in such a way for a LHH.

Cameron Expert
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Can this bat be used by a right handed hitter?

While the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA is designed with a left handed slap hitter in mind, a right handed hitter could use this bat as well.

Marcus Expert
127343 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 14 years old and is 5'5.2" and she is about 130 lbs and pretty athletic. What size bat will she need?

Based on her height and weight, we suggest a 33" model in the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA.

Jason Expert
126443 Click to show/hide answer

Recommendations for bat length for a 15 year old slapper who is 5'3" and strong?

The best way to determine the correct bat length for a player is by their height and weight. However, a 5'3" 15 year old is typically swinging a 32" model of the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA. For more sizing information check out our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Jason Expert
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My daughter is a lefty but doesn't slap. She took a few swings with one of these the other day and liked the taping geared for a lefty. How does the performance of this bat compare to the other CF8's for standard hitters?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA will have a few different design features when compared to the other CF8 models. The two different features would be the grip tape (wrapped on the handle specifically for a LHH) and a longer barrel (14 inches); the longer barrel length will make the bat feel lighter in swing weight making it an ideal fit for the slap hitter. Other than that, the bat will have the same connection and composite technology.

Cameron Expert
125101 Click to show/hide answer

Can a right handed hitter use this bat too?

A left or right handed hitter can use the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA), but it is designed and geared for a lefty hitter to use.

Jake Expert
124338 Click to show/hide answer

Beginning slapper: My 10 yr old daughter has just moved to the left side of the plate and is slapping. She is 4'6 and 65 lbs. I think the 31 inch will be too long for her but looking for an even balanced bat.

Based upon your daughter's height and weight, I would make a general recommendation of getting her a softball bat in the 30" length. This 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) will have the weighting needed for a slapper and if you feel that your player can handle the 20 oz weight of a 30" model, I would recommend that size option of this bat.

Ben Expert
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My daughter is 14 but small (5'0", 90 lbs). She is in 8th grade. I'd like to get her a bat she can use for a couple years into HS. 31" or 32"? She is a slapper. Is this bat truly enhanced for slappers?

Based upon your daughter's height and weight, I would recommend using a 31" 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA. This particular model has grip tape oriented to maximize feel and comfort for lefty hitters.

John P. Expert
123052 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 17 years old, 5'2" and 110 lbs. She has a very strong grip. What size bat would you recommend?

Based on her height and weight, we suggest a 32" model in the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA.

Jason Expert
122498 Click to show/hide answer

My daughter is 13, 100 pounds, and 5' tall. She is left handed, bunts, and slaps but a little weak with power hitting. I would like her to become more of a power hitter than a bunter. What bat do you feel is best for her?

Based upon your daughter's height, weight, and the fact that she is left handed, I would recommend using a 31" 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA.

John P. Expert
121000 Click to show/hide answer

Is this a good bat for a right handed hitter as well as a lefty? If a right handed batter uses it will there still be power even though it is the "slapper" bat?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA can be used by a right hand hitter, however the grip may need to be replaced after extended use. If the player's primary focus is not slapping we recommend the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFP.

Angelique Expert
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If I were to get the slapper CF8 bat and I changed the grip of the bat to a comfortable one for a righty would there be any effect one having a slapper bat still?

If you were to change the grip tape on the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) it will not affect the bat.

Cameron Expert
114933 Click to show/hide answer

Is this bat NCAA legal?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) features the USSSA 1.20 BPF stamp and the ASA stamp and it is legal for play in the NCAA.

Jason Expert
114203 Click to show/hide answer

I am a left handed hitter and do not know how to slap yet, but I do bunt sometimes. Could I still hit big with this bat?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) is designed for slap hitters, but the -10 length to weight ratio gives it enough mass to drive the ball to all parts of the field.

Jake Expert
113518 Click to show/hide answer

I am not a slapper, would this bat be good for a right handed batters?

The 2016 DeMarini CF8 Slapper Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFA) is more geared toward left handed slap hitters. It could technically be used by right handed hitters but is more designed for slap style hitting. You may want to look at another CF8 model like the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFP).

Patrick Expert
113012 Click to show/hide answer

What's the difference between the DXCFP AND DXCFA? My daughter is 18 years old and has good bat speed. She is not a slapper.

The difference between the 2016 DeMarini CF8 Fastpitch Softball Bat (DXCFP) and the DXCFA is the grip tape on the DXCFA is oriented to be comfortable for lefty hitters.

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  • iST Xs Technology - Extra Stiff Connection = Max Energy Transfer
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  • Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF
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Description for 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170
New for 2017! The suspenseful wait is finally over and Louisville Slugger has done it yet again. The new, improved, and proven #1 bat in Fastpitch softball continues to impress year after year and this model is no exception. The highly anticipated 2017 Louisville Slugger XENO Plus Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPXN170 provides the exclusive Performance PLUS composite material, the utmost power, and supreme durability that one has come to expect from previous models. The two-piece, 100% composite construction provides exceptional balance, a lighter swing weight, and an enormous sweet spot. On top of that, and upgraded from last year, the 2017 XENO Plus features the brand-new iST Xs Technology that implements an extra stiff connection resulting in maximum energy transfer, reduced vibration, and optimal performance. Tried-and-tested over the years, the S1iD Barrel Technology is back and offers MAXIMUM Performance from SWING 1 meaning that there is ZERO break-in required, hot out of the wrapper performance, and maximum pop on contact. With a 2 1/4 inch barrel diameter, a standard 7/8 inch handle, and a -10 length to weight ratio, the WTLFPXN170 is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. Furthermore, the 2017 XENO Plus will perform at the highest level and promote extreme confidence at the plate. Last, but certainly not least, this bat is covered by a full twelve (12) month manufacturer's warranty. Louisville Slugger: The most trusted name in Fastpitch! Get yours today with Free Shipping!
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  • -10 Length to Weight Ratio
  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF
  • D-Fusion 2.0 Handle Technology - Eliminates Vibrations and Redirects Energy to the Barrel
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  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
  • Hot Out of the Wrapper Performance
  • Paradox Plus+ Composite for Larger, Hotter Sweet Spot
  • Two-Piece Composite Design
  • Extended 14 Inch Barrel Length
  • Lower MOI than DXCFP
  • Grip Tape Oriented to Maximize Feel/Comfort for Lefty Hitters

Description for DeMarini CF8 -10 Fastpitch Softball Bat: DXCFA "Slapper"
New for 2016! Much more than a new number, the new DeMarini CF8 is set to impress! The CF8 Slapper is the newest addition to the CF line of bats. Designed specifically for left-handed hitters who primarily "slap" or bunt the ball to reach base, the Slapper provides a lower MOI and longer barrel when compared to the DXCFP model. The lighter swing weight and larger hitting surface allow slap hitters to better manipulate the barrel of the bat through the hitting zone which is invaluable because of their unique hitting style. However, do not believe for a second that this bat can only put the ball on the ground! With the -10 length to weight ratio, the WTDXCFA has enough mass to drive the ball to all parts of the field. Another special design tailored for a slap hitter is found in the grip. Most bats feature grips that are oriented for right handed hitters, so left handed hitters might find that their grips don't last as long. With the CF8 Slapper, the grip is flipped and the player doesn't have to worry about the grip bunching up or ripping over time. Being a CF8, this bat will also utilize DeMarini's new Paradox Plus+ Composite material in the barrel and handle to increase the sweet spot and power potential. New to this year's CF line, the D-Fusion 2.0 handle technology eliminates vibration even more efficiently than the previous model on off-center hits. By reducing these vibrations, the player's hands are protected against sting and energy is redirected back into the barrel on contact for a solid feel and more power! The CF8 features DeMarini's Stacked Double Wall Construction that optimizes the trampoline effect across the entirety of the barrel for the highest performance fastpitch regulations will allow! The CF8 Slapper WTDXCFA is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. Backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. DeMarini: Born Hardcore! Free Shipping!
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Bat Properties
Approved For:ASA
Approved For:ISA
Approved For:NSA
Approved For:USSSA
Barrel Diameter:2 1/4"
Bat Type:Softball
Color:Blue
Color:Purple
Color:White
Color:Grey
Deals:Closeout Bats
Deals:Bat Pack
Length to Weight Ratio:-10
Material:Composite
Price:$400 - $499.99
Series:Xeno
Series:CF8
Vendor:Louisville Slugger
Vendor:DeMarini
Year:2017
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