Two-Piece Composite Bat
Built with advanced technology unique to Louisville Slugger bats, the Attack represents the reinvention of the Louisville Slugger line. Its composite barrel and handle technology and patented two-piece construction give the Attack a lighter swing weight, dramatically reduced vibration and overall better feel.
Hybrid – Alloy & Composite
The Vertex's hybrid LS-2X Composite and AC21 Scandium Alloy design uses thinner high-strength and lightweight graphite fibers to create optimal performance and added stiffness and durability. The Vertex's stiff handle gives your swing maximum trampoline effect and, ultimately, greater performance.
C1C Composite Design
The Catalyst's C1C Composite construction is layered with toughened epoxy resin to make it not only a high-performing bat, but an extremely durable one as well. The Catalyst is topped off with the patented Louisville Slugger end cap that dampens vibration and traps that energy in the barrel to create explosive bat-to-ball contact.
Full Alloy Construction
One name stands above the rest when it comes to alloy bats. We recently rebuilt the Omaha, our most popular bat, from handle to barrel to capitalize on design innovations and technology breakthroughs developed in-house at Louisville Slugger. The Omaha is built to deliver the right mix of undeniable power and a lighter swing weight.
C1C Composite Design
The Warrior is one of the longest-running series of bats Louisville Slugger offers, and for good reason. The Warrior's one-piece frame is constructed using Louisville Slugger's 7050 alloy, providing a perfect combination of solid performance and hard-core durability. The Warrior's vibration-dampening end cap locks energy in the barrel to create explosive power on contact.
When players are serious about winning, they reach for the Louisville Slugger Armor. The Armor's one-piece aluminum design is ideal for contact hitters and power hitters alike. The Armor's vibration-dampening end cap locks that vibration in the barrel to create a huge transfer of energy to the ball on contact.