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  • DeMarini Vendetta C6 Composite (-10) Baseball Bat (29inch/19oz)
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DeMarini Vendetta C6 Composite Baseball Bat

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Price: $199.99 - $249.95
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  • Vendetta C6 Composite-Attack with a Vengeance Composite.
  • Rails Hybrid handle technology with flexible inner core and a reinforced outer frame to deliver optimal bat speed and feel.
  • Singlewall barrel design
  • Rails hybrid handle technology has a flexible inner core and a reinforced outer frame that delivers optimal bat speed and feel. Clutch End Cap
  • Flexible inner core reduces vibration and provides sweet spot feel on every hit.
  • C6 Composite barrel-C6 Power Weave has a more responsive composite specially designed with a wider weave
  • Double reinforced vertical and horizontal weave. 22% more carbon used than the competitors: No fillers added.
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Join the Uprising: with more than 225 team switching to DeMarini in the past five years, DeMarini is quickly becoming the leading name in College Baseball and College Softball. In 2007, three college baseball National Champions won swinging DeMarini bats: Oregon State University in Division I, University of Tampa in Division II and Kean University in Division III. That's back-to-back National Championships for Oregon State and Tampa, and five out of the last six National Champions swinging DeMarini. The top offensive leaders in the country have joined the Uprising. the leaders of the DeMarini Nation include Arizona State, Oregon State, Vanderbilt, Cal-State Fullerton, San Diego, and UC Irvine. Isn't it time for you to Join the Uprising?

Buying Guide Baseball Bat Guide
Choosing the Right Baseball Bat
For a relatively simple piece of equipment, the variety of options when it comes to buying a baseball bat--wood or composite? what size is right for me? should I pay $30 or $300?--can be intimidating. The most important factor to keep in mind, from Little League to the pros, is that buying a bat is a personal decision. It's critical to select a bat properly tailored to your height, weight, skill, and strength levels, within your budget, but equally important is simply how the bat "feels" to you.

Improvements in technology have given today's players more options than ever. A few basic rules of thumb, however, can help narrow your search:

  • Weight: Heavier bats provide more power while lighter bats enable faster swing speeds. Are you strong and athletic, or smaller and more likely to benefit from greater swing speed? Practice-swing a number of differently weighted bats until you find one that's right for you.
  • Length: Longer bats provide greater reach and ability to connect with pitches on the other side of the plate, but the added weight can reduce swing speed and power. Once again, the best approach is to experiment with different lengths to find a bat that suits you.
  • Barrel Diameter: As a general rule of thumb, players age 12 and under should use a 2.25-inch barrel diameter to comply with the majority of youth league regulations. Older players, through high school and college, are typically restricted to a 2.625-inch barrel diameter.
  • League Rules: Most leagues have their own bat requirements, and it's a good idea to be clear on your league's specifications before shopping.
  • Feel: The most crucial factor ultimately comes down to whether a bat feels good to you. It should be comfortable in your hands, have a balanced and fluid swing, and seem like a natural extension of your arms.

Anatomy of a Bat
While bat terminology and technology can seem complex, all bats are made up of three basic components--grip, bat taper, and barrel size.

  • Grip: The bat handle covering, typically made of leather or synthetic leather for a solid grip, or rubber (sometimes with cushioning) to decrease sting when striking the ball.
  • Bat Taper: The diameter of a bat's handle, with a standard taper being 0.97-inches (which can vary based on weight). A larger taper reduces ball shock while adding weight, and smaller tapers enable faster wrist rotation while reducing weight.
  • Barrel Size: Includes the length and diameter of the barrel, or top part, of the bat. Longer barrels provide larger, more forgiving sweet spots, and several different diameters are available.

Worth the Weight
Bats are weighted in ounces with emphasis on balancing weight-to-length ratio, a measure called a bat's "drop" and shown as -6, -8, and so on. For example, a 34-inch bat with a -6 ratio weighs 28 ounces. Choosing the right weight depends on the type of player you are, as stronger players typically benefit from the power of a heavier bat, while smaller or younger players enjoy the increased swing speed and control of a lighter bat.

Different Materials for Different Players
The sheer number of bat materials available today can boggle the mind, but ultimately the options are grouped into three categories--wood, aluminum, and composite.

Although the sound of a wood bat hitting a baseball has become iconic, the number of players using wood bats is typically restricted to professionals and wood-bat-only leagues. Whether you're a Major Leaguer or simply a baseball purist, look for a bat with a long, wide grain, which indicates a dense, mature tree. Wood bats offer more choices in terms of shape and taper to customize to a player's swing. On the other hand, they have three significant disadvantages: tendency to crack or break, smaller sweet spot, and less hitting power than metal bats.

Advances in technology have allowed manufacturers to use lighter, stronger composite materials--typically a combination of graphite, fiberglass, and resin--to produce bats with a unique, satisfying feel and large, forgiving sweet spots. Composite bats are lighter than traditional aluminum bats, increasing swing speed and power. Composites also come in single- and double-layer configurations, and graphite and titanium materials added to the inner wall help reduce vibration and "ball sting" when a ball is mis-hit.

A majority of non-professional players today use aluminum bats, mostly due to their lighter weight (which increases swing speed and control) and better durability. Aluminum bats come in single- or double-layer construction, with double-layer bats offering greater durability, power, and rebound.

Aluminum bats are constructed from a variety of alloys. Lighter alloys are thinner and more durable, and the alloy used in an aluminum bat is typically the most significant cost factor. Nearly all aluminum bat alloys represent some combination of aluminum, copper, magnesium, and zinc. Here's a quick overview of today's most popular aluminum alloys:

  • 7046: This durable alloy has been a baseball industry standard for many years, and offers a good balance of price and performance.
  • CU31/7050: One of the first high-performance bat alloys, this proven option is more durable than 7046 as a result of greater levels of copper, magnesium, and zirconium.
  • C405/7055: A common alloy used in more expensive, high-end aluminum bats, this alloy includes greater zirconium content than CU31/7050 for added strength.
  • C555: The addition of scandium to this alloy results in up to 10% more strength than C405/7055.

Selecting the Right Bat Size
The optimal bat size varies based on height and weight for a given player, and can impact technique, swing speed, and other vital components of your game. Selecting the right size from the table below will help ensure you get the most out of your equipment.

Baseball Bat Sizing
Weight Height
3' - 3'4" 3'5" - 3'8" 3'9" - 4' 4'1" - 4'4" 4'5" - 4'8" 4'9" - 5' 5'1" - 5'4" 5'5" - 5'8" 5'9" - 6' 6'1" +
Under 60 pounds 26" 27" 28" 29" 29"
61-70 pounds 27" 27" 28" 29" 30" 30"
71-80 pounds 28" 28" 29" 30" 30" 31"
81-90 pounds 28" 29" 29" 30" 30" 31" 32"
91-100 pounds 28" 29" 30" 30" 31" 31" 32"
101-110 pounds 29" 29" 30" 30" 31" 31" 32"
111-120 pounds 29" 29" 30" 30" 31" 31" 32"
121-130 pounds 29" 29" 30" 30" 31" 32" 33" 33"
131-140 pounds 29" 30" 30" 31" 31" 32" 33" 33"
141-150 pounds 30" 30" 31" 31" 32" 33" 33"
151-160 pounds 30" 31" 31" 32" 32" 33" 33" 33"
161-170 pounds 31" 31" 32" 32" 33" 33" 34"
171-180 pounds 32" 33" 33" 34" 34"
181+ pounds 33" 33" 34" 34"

Most Popular Size By Age
Age 5-7 years old 8-9 10 11-12 13-14 15-16 17 and over
Bat Length 24-26" 26-28" 28-29" 30-31" 31-32" 32-33" 34"

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 35 x 3 x 3 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001Y9S4AO
  • Item model number: WTDXVC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,331,681 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Size: 32-Inch/19-Ounce Verified Purchase
average. My daughter is on a 12u B travel team and is a power hitter. this bat for some reason took the fly off her ball, she uses a full metal bat right now that is a bit heavier but definately has her hitting the fences, where this bat will only pop to about second base. Not sure if its the weight or the composite it self, it just didnt seem to help her hitting at all
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