The Avenge Pro Hybrid features many of the same benefits of a typical two-piece composite bat oft-seen around USA Baseball games, most importantly: Axe Bat’s shock suspension connection, but combines those features with a barrel tuned to perform to the true peak value of the USA-Bat legal limit, as is seen in the lab performance comparison below, measured via the Axe Performance lab. Further description of such charts can be found in our previous blog.
Enter Axe Bat’s patent pending Shock Suspension Connection, one of the few technologies in the game that completely separates the barrel from the handle of two-piece bats, via shock absorbing dampening material. The Shock Suspension Connection can be found on nearly every 2022 & 2023 Axe Bat baseball or fastpitch model, including the 2023 USSSA Avenge Pro, 2022 BBCOR Avenge Pro & Avenge Pro Hybrid, 2022 Fastpitch Avenge Pro, and the soon-to-be released 2023 BBCOR and USA-Bat Avenge Pro Hybrid.
Introducing the all-new 2ND GENERATION AVENGE PRO USSSA bat. Engineered for insane performance. You get the hottest and largest barrel, lightest swing weight, and lowest vibration. The 2023 Avenge Pro will take on any bat in USSSA. GET READY FOR THE WOW.
Axe Bat has recently partnered with the nationally ranked PRP Mambas travel baseball organization. The Mambas will be swinging Axe Bat exclusively all summer as they travel around the country playing against the top teams in the country in the top tournaments travel ball has to offer. To get them ready for the upcoming season, each player on the Mambas team has had the opportunity to go through our fitting process to find the right Axe Bat Pro-Fit Wood, BBCOR bat, and the perfect Axe handle for their swing. Greg Vogt, General Manager and Coach of the PRP Mambas, was kind enough to sit down with us and let us pick his brain on a variety of topics.
Barrel compression describes the scientific method used to measure the deflection (or flex) of a baseball or softball bat barrel wall, replicating what may happen when the barrel is impacted by a pitched ball. The barrel compression method may be performed in a lab with high precision barrel compression machine, capable of measuring barrel compressions accurate to the ±0.01lb), or performed on-field using hand-held devices, that while not as accurate, are much more portable.