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A consistent but unimpressive bat. Not a tremendous amount of pop, but a step up from what you would find on the rack at Target. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Dahlbeck
This bat is reasonably priced, and versatile enough for our entire co-ed recreation team to use. Great purchase for our needs!Published 2 months ago by T.T.
If you are looking for a good softball slow pitch bat and want to spend less than $100 this is definitely a great pick. Feels good to swing and not hard to control.Published 3 months ago by EDWIN BENITEZ JR
I got this bat halfway through the summer season and was not dissapointed with its performance. It was used as a team bat and has held up well. Read morePublished 3 months ago by silverado913
This bat is exactly what I needed--it has the weight to give me some power behind my swing. It has become the favorite on all of my teams.Published 3 months ago by Mary
I was under the impression that the bat will had more pop but as a 26 ounce I don't feel it at all. Will try the 28 ounce one the next time.Published 4 months ago by T Mart
Was looking for a moderately pried bat to go with some of the expensive ones we have for our softball league and came across the Bruiser. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Zakatronics
Great bat for the price. Just remember that this is a single wall bat and not a composite. Great for singles placement hitting and line drives. Read morePublished 4 months ago by hennessey19d
Yeah yeah it isn't a multiwall composite bat, if it was it wouldn't be under $100, nor does it hit like a multiwall bat. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Funstuff