Although much more known for their aluminum and composite baseball and softball bats, DeMarini also makes some wood bats too. And, with a focus in composite maple sticks, many of them are worth your consideration. Here we put our DeMarini wood bat review.
Where to Buy DeMarini Wood Bats?
If DeMarini does anything well it is distribution. You can find their wood and wood composite bats at all major retailers in some form or another. We always check Amazon for these. Many major vendors sell their DeMarini gear there and Amazon itself even carries some.
DeMarini Composite Wood Bat Reviews
DeMarini makes composite wood bats across the slow pitch and baseball space. They also focus on the fungo market. All these bats are made of the same maple composite material meant to increase durability and a structure that decreases swing weight. If you are looking for a bat in this specific niche, they all come highly recommended.
Why Choose DeMarini Composite Wood?
We have no reason to think Demarini's composite wood bats are any more special than other composite wood bats on the market. They are durable, roughly inexpensive, and have a good sweet spot for their intended niche. But, in terms of buying a product from DeMarini, a few bullet points stick out to us.
- DeMarini, owned by Wilson, is a massive operation. In event you need a warranty it will not be difficult to find a seamless warranty process. And, if you end up with a credit at the Wilson store this is money well spent.
- If you end up selling your composite maple in the secondary market then you can good resell value. People know the name Demarini, are searching for their products, and are willing to pay for them even if they are used.
- Although not the largest selection of composite wood bats on the market, they do offer some very unique ones. The corndog design is unique to the market.
What is a Composite Wood Bat?
DeMarini only makes composite wood bats. Not, as their sister company Louisville Slugger does, pure wood bats. A composite wood bat is made up of wood particles that are glued together to form a much more durable bat. Some of these particles are full pieces, others might be combined saw dust.
As well, the bats structure is formed around some composite shells. These composite shells are the same type of composite that forms composite bats.
Composite Wood Bats
Multi Piece Wood Exterior
Durable, Less Expensive
- Some BBCOR approval
- Not MLB Approved, Not All Bats BBCOR Approved
- Wood Like Sweet Spots
Single Piece of Wood
Pricey, Stiff Feel, Traditional
- The Best Players Use
- Good Performance
- They Break
- Heavy Swing