All new Axe Bats come with a no risk 30-day challenge! You can use this model in a batting cage, in practice, or even in a game. If you are not satisfied within 30 days from your original purchase date, you may send it back to us for a full refund or exchange, no questions asked!
For the first time ever, the Axe Element is being offered in a fastpitch softball bat design. There is no model on the market that offers a stiffer, truer feel than the Element softball bats. With a one-piece, Mantic alloy construction, you're guaranteed a military grade formula that delivers powerful performance with season after season durability. The balanced swing weight helps improve control during your swing while the HyperWhip composite end cap reduces unnecessary weight towards the end of the barrel for increased swing speeds. Axe has also engineered a hitting zone that extends the barrel length and strength to a 270-degree contact area, so you'll never need to worry about rotating your barrel for durability ever again. On the other end of these bats, the shock-absorbing Endogrid technology is built into the handle to help eliminate negative feedback to the bottom hand and stop the stings commonly felt when swinging a one-piece softball bat. Axe: Make The Switch!
This Axe Element fastpitch softball bat (L151F) features a standard 2 1/4-inch barrel diameter, a drop 12 length to weight ratio, and certifications for many different leagues. The Element is approved for play by ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF, NCAA, and NFHS. Remember, we're here for you from click to hit!
Axe Handle Scientifically Proven Benefits
Better Bat Control - High-speed video reveals a "hammering" motion from the traditional round knob. The Axe handle stabilizes the grip, increasing barrel control.
More Power & Bat Speed - Range of motion is increased and tension is reduced in the hands, resulting in greater power transfer and more bat speed.
Enhanced Comfort - The Axe handle is ergonomically designed to fit naturally in the contour of your hand.
Reduces Injuries - Traditional handles put tremendous pressure on a single point of the hand, which contains the commonly broken Hamate bone. The flush backside of the Axe handle relieves this pressure.