2012 DeMarini Voodoo Youth Baseball Bat
The 2012 DeMarini Voodoo youth baseball bat combines an advanced SC4 Alloy barrel with DeMarini's exclusive Tri Strut TR3 Composite Handle. This potent combination easily makes it one of the most advanced aluminum bats on the market. With an impressive new design and mind-blowing graphics, the DeMarini Voodoo is THE lightweight option for youth players this season.
The Voodoo's dominance begins at the handle, where DeMarini has introduced a new composite material this season called TR3 TriStrut Composite. With TR3, DeMarini replicates the triangular formation of a crystal, as that is what makes crystals one of the toughest and most stable compounds on earth. TR3 Composite is strong, stable, and predictable - without adding any unnecessary weight. This new handle is designed to efficiently transfer power from your hands to the barrel giving young players balance and consistency with every swing.
The barrel of the Voodoo youth bat is constructed with DeMarini's proprietary SC4 Alloy. This alloy provides a thickness tuned wall that extends the entire length of the barrel, creating an extremely hot and insanely durable sweetspot. The Voodoo baseball bat also features Half & Half Technology which redistributes swing weight to give the bat optimal balance. This is extremely beneficial to players that are still developing the perfect swing, as it gives them the ability to swing faster with less effort.
The 2012 Voodoo youth baseball bat is approved for play in Little League, Pony, USSSA, AABC, Babe Ruth, Dixie and other major youth leagues.
Features of the 2012 DeMarini Voodoo Youth Baseball Bat:
• 2 1/4” Diameter Barrel
• -13 Length to Weight Ratio
• Half & Half Construction
• Tri Strut TR3 Composite Handle
• SC4 Alloy Barrel
• Thickness Tuned
• 2 Piece Design
• Hybrid Comfort Grip
• 2 Piece Ion V End Cap Eliminates Vibration
• Rotation Index
• Approved By All Leagues That Allow 2 ¼" Barrel Diameter
• 1 Year Warranty
• Proudly Made in the USA!
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