Questions and Answers for Anderson Ignite XP Youth Baseball Bat: IXP
Is it marked on the bat for use in Little League?
Yes, the Anderson Ignite XP Youth Baseball Bat (IXP) has the approved for Little League designater printed on the barrel.
What is the barrel diameter?
The barrel diameter on the Anderson Ignite XP Youth Baseball Bat (IXP) is 2 1/4 inch.
Why is it so cheap? I'm just asking. Was there not as good of a response to the bat as there was to the Techzilla? My son uses all Easton: S1, S2, S3, and the MAKO. Can you honestly say if I purchased this bat for $50, compared to those $200-$300 bats, it could hold up and produce like those do?
The Anderson Ignite XP Youth Baseball Bat (IXP) will feel very similar to the Easton S3. They both will be fully alloy and feel pretty balanced in swing weight. The composite bats like the S1 and MAKO will hold their performance longer than the alloy bats will. That will be the main difference.
Does this bat have the power of the Techzilla?
Yes, the Ignite has many of the same characteristics as the Techzilla. The only real difference besides the length-to-weight ratio is the Techzilla is a Multiwall bat, and the Ignite is a Single Wall. Techzilla may be a little bit more durable.
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