Mizuno Wood Bats
Mizuno wood bats come in a variety of models and wood types. Mizuno offers wood bats made from beech wood, maple, bamboo, and composite. Until recently when you thought of Mizuno wood bats, only maple or bamboo bats would come to mind. Mizuno has expanded their wood bat production to include beech wood as well as a combination of composite wood bats. These composite wood bats combine materials to gain the strengths of both. So maple composites and bamboo composite bats features include increased durability, a light swing weight and a balanced feel.
Mizuno Maple, Beech and Bamboo Bats
The solid Mizuno wood bats feature bats made of one material. These models are very affordable and well worth the cost. The Mizuno bamboo bats are not legal in all leagues and tournaments as it is considered a composite bat since it is assembled with multiple strands of bamboo and an epoxy. The bamboo bat serves as an ideal batting practice due to its durability and the fact that it comes with a 90 day warranty. Mizuno maple and Beech bats are perfect back up bats due to their price. These bats are made well enough to be a players gamer, but some people have a hard time justifying the use of a $60 bat as your gamer while keeping the high end bat like a Victus or Marucci bat in your bag. Still, having one of these Mizuno wood bats in your bag can only serve as slump stopper no matter when you decide to use it.