DeMarini Bruiser Slow Pitch Bat 2012Item Number: 12322721
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Take your game to the next level with the DeMarini® Bruiser Slow Pitch Bat. DX1 alloy construction delivers the perfect balance of high KSI strength and fracture toughness for long lasting performance and durability. The N2M end-cap is scientifically tuned to absorb vibration while maximizing power. A hybrid performance grip offers maximum comfort and tack for unbeatable hitting power.
- 2-1/4" barrel diameter
- DX1 alloy delivers the perfect balance of high KSI strength and fracture toughness for long lasting performance
- N2M end-cap is scientifically tuned to absorb vibration while maximizing power
- Hybrid performance grip offers maximum comfort and tack
- Meets 1.2 BPF Bat Standard
- Approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA
- Model: WTDXBSP00-12
Disclaimer: We recommend that you receive approval from your local league before removing the wrapper from your bat.
Country Of Origin: United States
Rated 3.7 out of 5áby 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5áby brewzercoach great bat for co-ed picked up the 34inch 28oz bruiser and everyone is using it. Guys and girls on the team are enjoying it. Has a great balance of weight. Awesome pop. Also, how fitting was the name, our team is the Brewzers! July 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby uctriton00 Hit the sweet spot and you're fine The sweet spot of this bat is what you'd expect, the further 3/4th of the barrel (imagine dividing the barrel into 4 sections, and the sweet spot is not the tip piece farthest from you, but the one right next to it). Be wary, if you miss the sweet spot, you're likely going to hit a grounder. Don't use this bat if you're unable to make solid contact. I got this on sale and for a bat <$100, you get what you pay for, and it's an excellent tradeoff. I bought a 30 oz to train my plate discipline, and it has worked wonderfully. I've stopped fouling off to the 3B side (I bat R), and have now been able to hit opposite field. May 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Cam413 Good bat, great price. Awesome bat! Lightweight yet powerful. Love the price for a demarini bat. May 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Kay Ann Great bat for great price Bought this for my fiancÚ who had joined a slow pitch guys softball league.. They must have 50 other bats April 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5áby Jason Single Wall Performer This bat is pretty decent for the price. It has a single wall alloy ping when you hit the sweet spot. I have less than 300 hits with the bat. Not the home run bat if that's what you're looking for. It's great for line drives and controlling the ball. The grip is better than the grip on my Worth 454 Reload. Really balanced bat with about 1000 hits I expect it to open up a bit. March 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Hec Great considering it's under $100 I went to Dick's to look for some gear. I ended up in the bat section and as soon as I grabbed this bat I liked it. I purchased the 30oz and thought maybe the bigger guys on my mens team could use it. To my surprise one of the players that used the lightest bats on the team fell in love with the bat. The bat is just solid. It has tremendous pop. The whole team liked it so much I went back and got a 28oz. Have only had the bat bout 2 weeks but it has pop from the first swing. I definitely recommend this bat. It's more popular on my team than a Miken ultra 750 which was shaved and rolled purchased for $370. November 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5áby rrmmartinez43 Good bat,for a good price This is a good bat,for a fair price nice weight and great grip. If you can't understand why would spend 300 on a rec league softball bat like me this is a great buy. August 9, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby Jake.S looks better than works i play on an adult slow pitch team and the other guys call me bat the "aluminum foil" bat. but not a bad bat for the price. i also play in an adult hardball league and i like better for that July 30, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5áby Caldy5786 It'll do I bought this bat 3 seasons ago and it is still in goo shape. I use it in a coed league that has many "safety" restrictions (no composites allowed, most double-walled bats are banned). The balance is very nice, and the price is even better. It's a decent bat for base hits, but not much for distance. You can feel the difference when you hit the sweet spot; you can feel your power transfer to the ball, not like some of the cheaper bats that remind me of hitting rocks with a fence post. But even with the most solid contact, there is not much the bat adds - you supply ALL the power. The ball does not "jump" like you would expect from an expensive bat, but considering this is under $100, it performs up to expectations. If you are looking to hit line drives through the infield or dump a pop-up over the shortstop, this bat will do nicely. If you are looking to hit home runs or deep fly balls, I would suggest going with something slightly more expensive with a little better performance. July 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5áby weeyut felt like a waterlogged log this bat is aweful. i am 5'7'' & 160 lbs. and capable of putting the ball over the fence. well i get a awesum pitch and connect just rite. it felt like hitting the ball with a waterlogged stick. the ball barely gets to the left fielder . do not get is aweful July 12, 2013