In baseball or softball, confidence is key. And stepping into the box sporting “bat confidence” can be all it takes to win your at-bat. But can you really have confidence in your bat without swinging it? We don’t think so. That is why JustBats has created the Bat Assurance Program. Now, unlike ever before, players will be able to swing their brand-new bat without having to commit to the bat ahead of time. It will afford you the final say on the bat you choose to step into the box with and isn’t that how it should be?
Whether you are looking to stand out for scouts or just want to flex your style on the diamond, a personalized bat is a great option. However, it can be tricky to know the correct way to go about personalizing your next bat. To help, we have compiled a list of the best methods for bat personalization for both baseball and softball bats. So let’s take a look at the top tips to create your bat style!
Bat grip companies like Lizard Skins and Vulcan are revolutionizing style in the game of baseball. Hundreds of options are available in a multitude of patterns and designs on these bat grips. Customizing your look on the diamond has never been so easy! Use these tips, and applying your bat grip will be just as easy.
New to JustBats.com, we are introducing Lizard Skin bat grips. They are sleek, comfortable, and just plain cool. We are proud to now be able to sell this exciting bat add-on with every order. Lizard Skins incorporate the perfect balance of all-around grip and overall cushion for comfort. They also serve as a perfect differentiator from other bats on your team. And if you really want to stand out, sync the color of your Lizard Skin with a custom bat knob from JustBats to create a truly unique bat each time you step up to the plate.
Wanna skip the hassle of applying the bat grip on your own? Let the bat experts here at JustBats take care of that for you. Simply select to have your brand-new Lizard Skin bat grip installed prior to shipping. It adds no additional time to the shipping period and is guaranteed for the first 45 days from purchase. Also, please select the handedness of the hitter that will be using the bat. This will allow the slope of the grip to align correctly to ensure a longer-lasting finished product. Try it out today!
You’ve successfully navigated the bat purchasing process, so the last thing you want to do is start the exercise all over again. The best way to avoid this is by taking care of your new bat and following bat care tips.
There are four major factors that you need to be mindful of to extend the lifespan of your bat, and JustBats.com is here to review all four.
Topics: Bat Care
Playing in cold weather is a downright chilly proposition. At JustBats.com, we receive a lot of calls, chats, and emails with questions about cold weather bat care. Whether you play baseball, fastpitch, or slow pitch, it's time to shed light on the following questions:
- Can I use my bat when it's cold?
- Are alloy or composite bats better when it's cold outside?
- What are the best bats for cold weather?
- At what temperature is it too cold to use my bat?
- Will I damage my bat if I use it in cold weather?
Topics: Bat Care
What exactly is pine tar? Is it illegal in baseball? Why do players use it? Where does it come from? How is it made? These are all questions the team at JustBats.com gets from our favorite bat fanatics, so we decided to lay them all out and answer them one at a time.
Topics: Bat Care
At JustBats.com, we receive a lot of questions about baseball bats and softball bats. One of the most common questions that our Customer Coaches receive is, "How do I know if my bat is dead?" To ease your mind, we're going to answer this question and outline the best way to determine whether or not it's time for a new bat.
First off, we are very sorry to hear about your broken bat. What do you need to do now? Is it covered by a warranty? Do you need to buy a new baseball bat or softball bat? Don't worry, JustBats is here to answer all of your questions on what to do when your bat breaks or becomes defective.