By The Bat Nerds
The Louisville Slugger is a plastic replica modeled off the appearance and design of the mercurial C271. The high-grade plastic makes it a solid bat capable of hitting home runs. The sturdy plastic build holds up well to lots of abuse, and its faux wood grain finish gives it a near authentic wood bat look that looks great.
Everything is made of high quality plastic, and the bases feel sturdy but flexible. The rubber bases are durable, flexible, and easy to clean. Their bright orange color means they’re visible when running bases.
This aluminum wiffle ball bat sports a 30″ long, 1/18″ barrel. Its aluminum construction sets it apart, making it durable enough that you don’t need to worry about cracking or denting. The PU bat grip makes it easy to get a decent grip, especially when trying to get solid contact with the 5.5″ practice balls that come with it.
The handle design of this bat is what makes it a GTSOH. Palisades took a screwball bat, removed the handle and added the beautiful wooden handle, a knob and a bat grip for ample grip and confidence at the plate.
The Pro Stix Training set features a high quality plastic bat. It is fantastic for a backyard game of Wiffle ball, or beginner training on the field. For the price and the quality offered, this is one of the best entry-level Wiffle ball bats around. It is super lightweight, and 33″ long, making it suitable for kids and adults alike.
The Blitzball's feel, balance, and pop are greater than any other Wiffle ball bat we’ve reviewed. It features a decently sized barrel, and a regular-length bat, making it a great pick for beginners, both kids, and adults.
This Wiffle ball set includes 2 32” Wiffle ball bats, and 6 perforated Wiffle balls (ideal for playing indoor, and backyard use).