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Louisville Slugger M110 MLB Prime Maple Bat

$119.99
Louisville Slugger M110 MLB Prime Maple Bat - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Marked with the MLB Ink Dot for guaranteed quality and bat durability is the Louisville Slugger® MLB Prime M110 Maple Baseball Bat. This veneer maple wood bat features the M110 turning model swung by Curtis Granderson and an 9H-rated wood hardness, the highest rating possible. With 360° compression and Amish Finishing (AFS), the M110 Prime Maple Series Bat is built to last.
FEATURES:

  • MLB® quality veneer maple wood construction
  • Maple wood is a denser grain that provides a harder, more durable hitting surface
  • Amish Vacuum Drying process and Finishing System (AFS) guarantees Slugger's® hardest wood
  • 360° wood compression is better than bone rubbing and won't miss a soft spot
  • 9H-rated wood hardness (highest rating available)
  • Black finished handle with natural barrel
  • Marked with the MLB Ink Dot for guaranteed quality and bat durability
  • Turning model: M110 swung by Curtis Granderson
  • Pro Cupped end
  • Handle: 15/16"
  • Proudly made in the USA
  • Model: WBVM14-10CBN
  • Louisville Slugger

LOUISVILLE SLUGGER WOOD BATS WARRANTY INFORMATION:

  • Due to the nature of the sport, Louisville Slugger® does NOT warranty any of their wood bats

NOTICE: We recommend that you receive approval from your local league before removing the wrapper from your bat.
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 21693946

Customer Reviews:

Louisville Slugger M110 MLB Prime Maple Bat 5 5 1 1
Stiff Strong Balanced I have swung many MLB prime baseball bats, I broke all the birch, but the maple M110 has held up very well. February 17, 2014
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