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Rawlings 182AP Adirondack Pro Wood Softball Bat

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New 2010 Rawlings 182AP Adirondack Pro Wood Softball Bat

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Rawlings 182AP Adirondack Pro Wood Softball Bat - New for 2010
  • Softball Model
  • Handle: 31/32"
  • Barrel: 2 1/4"
  • 34" Length Only
  • Oversized Flared Knob
Professional Model:
  • The top 15% of all wood is reserved for this category.
  • These bats combine time honored heritage with a new improved look.
  • Rich new colors
  • New high gloss, ultra protective clear coat
  • Popular pro models
  • Cupped end

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By Jason
Milford, CT
April 13, 2011
Solid Bat for the Price tag...
These bats are good for a budget minded player. They produce hits as big as any other wood bat out there. They do perform. The latest models are slightly end loaded. However they do break after a while. They tend to last a year and then someone is bound to break it. For the price though it is the BEST budget friendly bat out there.
ProsThe price and the fact that they can produce hits just a good as a $100 bat. You can buy 4 of these bats to just one $100 piece of wood. I would recommend to anyone that doesn't want to shell out tons of money on WOOD.
ConsThey are not the most durable wood out there but you can't really complain for the price. I preferred the older version that was NOT end loaded. These new ones feel a little heavy at the end. Overall the new bats swing a little heavier. The knob takes a little getting used to.
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Rawlings 182AP Adirondack Pro Wood Softball Bat