Colorful baseball bats

I don't think these hot color-dipped baseball bats will do much to improve your swing, but I do like the idea of a batting practice that looks like the big box of Crayolas.
The Texas-based Warstic Wood Bat Company knows that "there are very few secrets to making a great wood baseball bat," they say. "It's about sourcing and selecting the best wood, craftsmanship, attention to detail and knowing how to achieve the right feel." But Warstic does the process one better by adding a dash of style, and even color, with their lines of Half Dip and Full Dip bats made from ash and maple.
Warstic Wood Bat Company: Baseball Meets Pantone - Core77


  1. Of course, the pristine whiteness of those handles is going to be ruined just as soon as you get some pine tar on them.

  2. I wanna red one and a blue one for the next time the cryps and the bluds start shooting in my town and run outta ammo.   make them fight it out medieval style instead.

    wait a minute now all I can imagine is “the warriors”

  3. these are so much nicer than those lame hand painted axes.  A bat you would be proud to prop behind the front door.

  4. Our bats may look pretty (why shouldn’t they) but rest assured they are real deal rock hard finely crafted and as balanced as an angels ass. We built these for ballplayers but we dont mind that they are being picked up by people who appreciate good design 

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