Say hello to the new 2015 DeMarini Vendetta. New and improved from last year, the Vendetta is primed for a dominant 2015 campaign.
DeMarini incorporates their Half + Half, Single Wall Barrel Design that performance matches the barrel and the handle to create optimum weighting for mad pop during impact. The barrel is constructed with Paradox Composite material, which is a more intense composite that helps the bat perform soft and strong, so the Vendetta smoothly rips the softball to the fence with a more responsive sweet spot. The D-Lite Handle is a version of the D-Fusion handle you see on the 2015 CF7 lineup and, although it’s not quite to that performance level, still significantly limits the harsh feedback and vibration that can occur from those non-sweet spot hits. The handle is also made out of C6 Composite material, redirecting contact energy right back into the barrel for significant trampoline. This trampoline effect is what’s going to turn singles into doubles and doubles into home runs!
Some other features of the Vendetta include the 2 ¼” barrel diameter, standard D molded end cap and knob, and sweet performance grip wrapped around the handle. The Vendetta is 1.20 BPF approved and is certified for play by USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA and ISF softball associatons. This bat is also available in a drop -10 (High School/Youth) and a drop -12 (Youth) length to weight ratio.
In the scheme of things, the Vendetta for fastpitch is a great bat at a great price. It’s above the 2014 Bustos and just below the 2015 CF7 in terms of performance capability. If you’re wanting performance without going top tier, this bat is worth serious consideration.
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My kids got a new softball bat. How do we go about breaking it in?
If the bat has an aluminum barrel – it’s game ready right away, no break-in time needed.
If the bat has a composite barrel – you break it in by doing soft toss or regular batting practice. At some point from 200-500 contact swings it should be fully broken-in to its maximum potential. I wouldn’t use it in a game until you have at least 200 contact swings.