5 Month Manufacturer's Breakage Warranty
Approximate -2 to -2.5 Length to Weight Ratio
Lasts up to 10 times longer than regular wood bats
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Made in USA
Ivory Hickory Handle
Balanced Swing Weight
Hardened Tanoak Wood Barrel Provides Unreal Durability
Special Laminate Process For Added Durability
Legal For Play In Intermediate (50-70) & Junior League Divisions Of Little League
The next generation of wood bat technology has arrived and MacDougall wood bats have solidified a top spot. They apply their ingenious PowerWood technology into every bat they make to ensure premium performance and unmatched durability. But what really goes into the PowerWood technology? High-tolerance joinery, Babe Ruth's hickory fused with Harmon Killebrew's tanoak, plus a special laminating process, to name a few. All of these high-quality woods combine to create a baseball bat that will never shatter or splinter - something other all wood bats can't say. No foreign materials like plastic, foam, metal, or fiberglass are used throughout the manufacturing process either. Each one of these MacDougall wood bats lasts up to ten (10) times longer than traditional wood baseball bats. MacDougall also stays true to the baseball tradition as all of their models are handcrafted with pride in the U.S.A!
This MacDougall and Sons PowerWood M-14 Wood Baseball Bat (M14CC) features an approximate -2 length to weight ratio, a five (5) month warranty against breakage, and the BBCOR certification for high school, college, and Perfect Game approval. Choose MacDougall batmakers and pick up one of these wood baseball bats today with free shipping. Don't forget, with our 24/7 customer service, we'll be here from click to hit!
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About the Brand
John MacDougall knew he could build a better wood bat. As a lifelong baseball addict, coach, and father of two baseball players, he was no stranger to broken bats. He's seen maple and ash bats shatter, splinter, crack, split, and explode. At $90 per bat, that hurts and it's not how John MacDougall believed it had to be. He could have switched to composite wood bats, but being a traditionalist at heart, that just didn't sit right with him. He had a better idea.
John started to build the perfect real wood bat from scratch, testing various woods until he figured out that a fusion of True Hickory and Oregon Tanoak utilized the greatest characteristics of each wood where they were needed most. He then pefected a patented laminating design and machining process to create a bat that's a stronger, harder, and more durable than any all-wood bat out there. The side effect? Better performance.
MacDougall and Sons bats are also green. All of the wood scrap and sawdust is recycled into the community - kindling, meat smoking, animal bedding, mulch, etc.
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