WHAT IS A BLEM? A blem is a new bat, still in the wrapper. A cosmetic blem or blemish is when there is a minor paint imperfection somewhere on the bat. There could be a paint discoloration, a paint run, a smudge, logos could be off-center, the stencil outline of the logo could be too low or too high, possible minor paint chip, etc. MOST IMPORTANTLY the integrity of the blemished softball or baseball bat has NOT been compromised. The blem bat will hit to its capacity and here's the best part, you save BIG BUCKS. Manufacturer's warranty does NOT apply.
DeMarini CFX Hope Fastpitch Bat -10oz (2018) BLEM No Warranty
The DeMarini 2018 CFX (-10) HOPE Bat brings great performance together with an even greater cause. With a Paraflex composite barrel and 3Fusion Handle, the CFX HOPE bat is extremely balanced with the pop to elevate performance. And with a Dish End Cap, the CFX HOPE is our lightest swinging -10 bat to give you maximum swing speed for maximum power.Paraflex Composite Barrel with massive performance and mad pop
3Fusion Handle for greater performance and feel
Custom DTAK Grip -- all-new HOPE model exclusive. 1.8MM thick cushioned silicone infused grip for maximum comfort, feel and confidence at the plate
Dish End Cap -- concaved design creates max stiffness at the end of the barrel while driving energy back to the sweet spot
Certified by USSSA, ISA, NSA, ASA, ISF
DeMarini CFX Hope Fastpitch Bat WTDXCFH -10oz (2018) BLEM No Warranty
ASA 2004 Certified Softball Bat
All bats in ASA Championship Play must pass the ASA 2004 bat standard. All bats having the 2004 certification mark will be allowed in ASA Championship Play. Bats that have the 2000 certification mark will not be allowed in ASA Championship Play unless they are listed on an approved bat list on the ASA website.
USSSA Certified Softball Bat
USSSA has used a 1.20 BPF standard in its softball programs for 15 years. The BPF standard was developed by NYU Physics Professor Dr. Richard A. Brandt over 15 years ago. The BPF standard is based on fundamental laws of physics that allow Dr. Brandt's testing lab to measure the relative performance of bats to be used in USSSA play.