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Discussion: Review of 2014 Demarini Senior One Endload senior bat

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Feb. 11, 2014
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Review of 2014 Demarini Senior One Endload senior bat
This bat is a new design and totally different than the model last year. Last years model is now the new 2014 balanced model with a few tweaks.
I had a 27 oz endload in Florida in January, and around 24 seniors hit the bat,and we all summed it up as a bat that is as good or better than any on the market. The bat has a great feel and a nice little endload. It lasted 350 swings in the cool weather..and using older I think that was good considering the conditions. Its performance is amazing and if you havn't been a Demarini Senior lover, this bat definitely will change your mind. I only swung the 27 oz we had and can't wait to see how a 28 or 30oz performs. Well done by Demarini on this new design and endload.
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