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Flared Knob | Thick Handle | Gradual Transition | Medium Barrel
32.5"(-3) - Slightly End Loaded
The barrel on this model is very similar to a 271 but the handle and knob design gives the hitter exceptional feel for being able to control the head of the bat.
THICK HANDLE | MEDIUM BARREL | FLARED KNOB
Axis is a family-owned and operated company located in Fall River, Massachusetts. Axis produces some of the finest quality split billet made wood baseball bats available in the game.
Lou LeDoux has been making quality bats for years, so it's no wonder his MLB-approved bats have been crushing it with top MLB stars - past and present.
With a focus on a building perfectly balanced bats, through quality materials, using the best technologies, and engineering paired with outstanding customer service Axis has found its place in the wood bat world. By never compromising on quality Axis consistently lives up to its motto - The Science Behind the Art of Hitting.
See, we're not in the business of mass producing a brand... we're in the business of making a difference in your game!
Whether it's BBCOR, USA Baseball, or USSSA Certification - all one-piece wood bats (except bamboo) are allowed for use - with or without the certification markings. This means every bat in our lineup is considered certified, or rather certification not required. Because every one of the above mentioned standards are designed to make a metal bat respond more like a wood bat.
If the standard is make metal bats respond like wood bats - meaning they take away all the benefits of metal bats(ie: exit velocity), but don't give you back any of the benefits of wood (immediate feedback)... Then why would any serious player use anything but wood? Nothing can provide you the immediate feedback that a wood bat gives, both in terms of sound and feel. Miss the sweet spot? Those stinging hands will tell you so! Plus wood bats don't have a trampolining effect, because they aren't hollow. Wood is the only option for players who want to be their best. No matter who your favorite pro player is, there's one thing that's for sure - he swings a wood bat. You should too.