Mail in your bat and we will roll it to be game ready!
Composite bats are made of a carbon fiber, graphite and other composite materials. They are held together by laminate glues. These bats have been used and accepted in softball and baseball for the last 15 or so years.
Breaking in Period
Those that have played softball or baseball know that a composite bat in not ” hot out of the wrapper “. It takes upwards to a full season to get it broken in to its maximum performance.
Advantages of a rolled bat
Adds 20 – 50 feet of distance to a well hit ball
Can increase the life of the bat
Allows a player to hit a bat to its maximum hitting potential, instantly out of the wrapper
Bats are rolled to loosen up the fibers. This happens naturally and or by rolling the bat in a bat rolling machine. This gives it a trampoline effect once loosened.
This trampoline effect will add more distance to the flight of the ball.