Our wooden One-Hand Training Bat is a go-to training tool for various baseball drills in the cage. Our mentor and friend Manny Ramirez liked to use his before anything else when we was preparing for batting practice. You know what they say: practice makes perfect.
Paint lays a solid, opaque cover over the grains of the bat.
Dyes allow for the grains of the bat to still be seen through the color applied.
Gloss finish leaves a shiny, glass-like appearance.
Matte finish leaves a sleek, flat appearance.
Choose one of our original logo designs for your new bat. (Gold and Silver are reflective)
Choose one of our original signature series knob stickers for true top to bottom customization.
Engrave custom text of your choice for next level personalization.
Choose an engraving color to make your customized text “pop” and stand out.
If "raw finish" is chosen for the barrel color, the engraving text cannot be colorized because the raw wood will absorb the paint.
Birch acts as a hybrid species that offers the flex of Ash and the hardness of Maple. It hardens with use and is known for its longevity.
Maple is rock hard and offers little to no flex on contact. Larger model bats and big weight drops are not recommended due to the likeliness of breaking.
A cup is a hollowed out section at the very end of the barrel that removes weight and helps distribute more balance throughout the bat without sacrificing the overall strength.
Weight is the number of ounces of your new bat and is the “plus, minus” relationship when referring to the length. A 33” bat that weighs 30 oz. would be considered a “minus/drop 3”.