One of our favorite bats for the 2015 season is the newly upgraded Demarini Vexxum youth baseball bat. Priced right in the middle of what you’d except to pay for a bat of this quality, the Vexxum certainly delivers when it comes to improved performance. Our review takes a look at the top features included in this bat which we hope will make you realize how much it can improve your game this summer.
Features of the 2014 Demarini Vexxum
The Demarini NVS Vexxum has been around for quite a few years now and has seen significant improvements in that time. Some of the main features include:
- Half alloy, half composite – Demarini was the first ever company to combine a composite handle with an alloy barrel and have perfected the technology. This combination makes the bat incredibly unlikely to break, and provides a more balanced and even swing.
- X12 Alloy – Providing the thinnest walls possible, the X12 alloy is one of the lighter barrels on the market despite its large sweet spot size. With a lighter weight in your swing, you’ll instantly feel additional power being generated.
- C6 Composite handle – The use of the C6 Composite throughout the handle gives the Vexxum more of a trampoline effect when making solid contact.
- Balanced Swing – If you want a nice consistent, and even swing then the NVS Vexxum might be exactly what you are after. With the combined alloy and composite, you’ll notice a drastic improvement swing after swing.
The Demarini Vexxum youth baseball bat is one of our top choices for the 2015 baseball season. We feel that the half and half technology combined with the better balance in the swing make it a great choice for many players. Since it has been approved for many leagues including Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie and many more, we are guessing that you will see many of these bats being used this year.