Custom Louisville Slugger Bats

Jan 28, 2019

Category: Gear

Just in time for opening day at the ballpark, Louisville Slugger is offering fans the opportunity to build their own custom baseball bats. For generations the ‘Slugger’ was known as the bat of choice for big hitters around the country and have been manufacturing these wooden masterpieces for over 120 years, selling nearly 100,000,000 bats over that time frame.

Now, today is your chance to craft your own piece of the Louisville history and receive a customized bat from one of baseball’s greatest players. It’s all done through their custom bat creator, which allows you to select the size color and whether you would like any special logos added to the finished product, along with anything you would like written on the bat. With such freedom of expression, here’s your chance to knock it out of the park with your design skills, even if you don’t actually play baseball anymore. Prices start around $25.

Purchase: $25+

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