The GLB 271 YTH is the youth knockdown of the popular 271 with a 2.25" barrel, providing great balance. The GLB 271 YTH comes in around a -7 drop, which is great for youth players working to develop a proper swing.
You will find this bat available in both pro-grade sawn ash and maple. Our craftsmen take great care in assessing the quality of each ash and maple billet they receive prior to turning it into a bat. You can expect high-quality materials to be used to make your bat, which helps provide you with more confidence at the plate.
In an effort to provide greater customizability where it counts, we offer our bats in half-inch increments. This allows each player to fine-tune a bat to fit their swing. Often moving up in bat length feels like a big jump, so by providing half-inch increases we allow players to maintain feel and control as they grow into their longer bat.
With mulitiple barrel and handle finishing options, you can truly give your bat a distinct, but classic look. We pride ourselves on turning out a product that not only performance at the highest levels, but also looks the part. We know that combining a high-level of performance with a custom look adds a little bit of swagger to the walk from the on deck circle to the batter's box.
We offer this in black or clear. The black finish provides a clean, black finish for the player who desires an understated look, preferring to let his swing do the talking. The clear finish is just as it sounds, a clear finish showcasing the high-quality materials and providing that traditional look that players love.
The last option you have to select is whether to cup the end of the barrel. Cupping the end of the barrel shifts the center of mass towards your hands providing greater control over the bat, and decreasing "swing weight." The swing weight is how heavy the bat feels when you swing it. An end-loaded (non-cupped) bat will feel heavier throughout the swing, but also increase the moment of inertia which can lead to greater exit speed. This is definitely a personal preference for each player, but most seem to prefer the greater control of big-barelled bats that cupping provides.
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