2015 DeMarini CF7 Youth Big Barrel Baseball Bat -8oz WTDXCFR-15

    Price: $119.99
Item#: WTDXCFR-15  |  Manufacturer: DeMarini
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2015 DeMarini CF7 Youth Big Barrel Baseball Bat -8oz WTDXCFR-15

Demarini has done it again! Bringing the hottest composite youth big barrel bats to the senior league game, the new drop -8 CF7 Demarini is an absolute terror on the field! 
 
Starting with the Paradox +Plus Composite Barrel, this hot new, high strength carbon fiber barrel is promising even more of a balanced overall swing weight, as well as the most performance possible. The “Low Pro” End Cap made by Demarini complements the CF7’s already amazing balance, by ensuring it’s not adding any extra weight to the end of the bat, guaranteeing to keep that same great feeling all throughout the barrel with a huge sweet spot.  
 
At the bottom of the bat, Demarini has used a wonderful new development in the knob to help save your hands. Called the “RCK knob” (Really Cool Knob) the inspired ergonomic design on the knob eliminates much of the pain and blisters commonly associated with long batting practice.
 
Moving up from the RCK knob you get the D-Fusion FT Handle. Demarini’s CF7 is fitted with one of the most technologically advanced handle systems in the industry. There is a new extra stiff Paradox carbon fiber rod that is combined with Demarini’s Thermo-fused taper. The rod and thermo-fused taper work together by capturing all energy that would otherwise be lost in the handle, and redirects it back into the barrel, giving you the most power in every swing. This redirection of energy also serves another purpose by eliminating all vibration in the hands, giving you not only one of the best  youth big barrel bats for 2015, but also the most comfortable.  Demarini connects it’s all composite two piece Senior league bat by FT (Flame Tempered) treatment. This fuses the barrel and handle together, giving you an uncompromised bonding of the two pieces, and insuring vibration doesn’t reach the hands. 
 
CF7 DeMarini Youth Big Barrel Bat Features:
  • RCK Knob - Ergonomic design to prevent blisters associated with the knob
  • Low Pro End Cap - Lightweight end cap allowing balance 
  • D-Fusion FT Handle - Composite rod combined with a thermo-fused taper for maximum energy transfer back to the barrel
  • Paradox +Plus Composite 
  • 1.15 BPF - Meets youth baseball bat standard
  • 12 Month Warranty
  • 2-⅝ barrel diameter
  • - 8 length to weight ratio
  • 100% Composite



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  • Pros: Great balanced feel and ball jumps off the bat. Excellent choice for moving up to a heavier bat and maintaining speed through the zone.
  • Cons: None
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  • Pros: My 12 yr old son hit the ball over the fence (200+') within the first bucket of practice. He has a Mako, Combat, and 5150, and has never done that. If he hits the ball off the fists, no sting. He has hit 2 doubles, a triple, 3 singles, in 2 games, if these fields had fences 2 would have been homers. Best bat he has in the bag and its not even broke in yet.
  • Cons: The grip is fat at the knob, he dont like that much. Changing to a lizard skin.
  • 7 of 7 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: Several players on my 12u travel team really enjoy the feel and explosiveness of this bat. Have several 10 and 11 year olds that swing it with ease and crush the ball. Bat is easy to swing and weight is great, most of my kids are swinging -11 for little league and when they hit this bat they couldn't believe that is was a drop -8. They stated it didn't feel any heavier than what their -11 did. Highly recommend!!
  • Cons: My son had the same bat in Little League. Only con is I wish I would have bought the 31 inch also to go along with the 30 I bought.
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  • Pros: This is a fantastic bat This gives the bat to send the ball longer distances. Very powerful bat and bat recommend this
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  • Pros: Bat has performed better than expected. All other customer reviews are right on. And bat does swing like a -10.
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  • Pros: Great finish & very balanced, swings like a -10 not -8.
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  • Pros: Great pop off bat.No sting.Overall best bat I've ever used.
  • Cons: Not good grip
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  • Pros: Great product and prices as well as quick shipping. My 11 YO son is very happy
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  • Pros: Great bat, awesome price
  • Cons: nothing
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  • Pros: Bat has performed better than expected. All other customer reviews are right on. And bat does swing like a -10.
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  • My son is about 4 feet 11 inches tall and about 90 pounds and is 10 years old. Currently swings a 28/18 but wondering if the 29/21 is the better way to go. Strong kid.
  • Asked by Andy
  • Your child is sized according to bat charts to be a 29"/30" length bat. It will ultimately come down to what your child feels is the best fit for him.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Is this bat legal to use in little league junior division?
  • Asked by Ctisti
  • The 2015 DeMarini CF7 is NOT legal for the Junior Division of Little League. Their bat rules state that any big barrel bat used of composite material must meet the high school/ college regulations of BBCOR. This means the bat is a minus three (the difference between the length and weight) and may not exceed 2 5/8" in barrel diameter. Non-BBCOR big barrel bats may be used in the Junior's division of Little League but may be an alloy barrel.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Does this bat have a flared handle or is it straight?
  • Asked by JJ
  • The CF7 has a slight taper to it, but compared to other companies is not as big of a taper.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • why is there 32 inch
  • Asked by dcrue34
  • Due to the updates being done to our systems and software it has interrupted our filtering part of the website. The filter will show a 32" but unfortunately we do not have any in stock.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Is this bat legit?and why is it only 119 bucks?On demarini.com it's 220 bucks
  • Asked by Sam
  • We had acquired a large quantity of bats from DeMarini at a low price and are able to reflect that price back to our customers. This bat is new unused in the wrapper and comes with a one year manufacturer's warranty.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • My son is interested in 2015 DeMarini CF7 -8 bat. Is this bat brand new and in the wrapper for $119.00?
  • Asked by Rebecca
  • This bat is new unused in the wrapper.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • My son is 11 years old .looking into buying new bat, would the cf7 drop 8 big to heavy for him.He is 4 '8 and 70 pounds, wolud like to get hi the 30 22oz
  • Asked by oT hustler
  • According to the manufacturer's bat sizing chart, your child would fall under a 28" or 29" bat. That is just a recommendation for your child. If you child can swing the 30"/22oz. then it is recommended going with the bat the feels most comfortable to the player.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • is this bat the same as if you were buying it on demarini's website?
  • Asked by sam
  • We receive our bats directly from DeMarini and are an authorized DeMarini dealer.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I am 12 years old 5 foot 7 and 120lbs and contact hitter. What size bat should I get?
  • Asked by Joey
  • In the 2015 DeMarini CF7 Youth Big Barrel Baseball Bat -8oz. WTDXCFR-15, DeMarini according to their sizing charts suggests a 32" bat for your size.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I am 5,8 and 145 pounds power hitter should I get the 32in or the 31in
  • Asked by Nation
  • According to DeMarini's bat chart your child is best fit for the 32 inch.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I am a 11u player, and I am a power hitter. My coach suggested a drop 8 bat. I am 110 plus lbs, and I am a little over 5ft. What size cf7 would work best for me. Thanks Reese
  • Asked by Reese
  • A 31" would be the recommended length for you to use. If your coach wants you swinging a drop 8, then the 2015 DeMarini CF7 Youth Big Barrel Baseball Bat -8oz WTDXCFR-15 in a 31"/23oz would be the size to get.
  • Answered by Kris (Bat Expert)
  • What has a longer barrel the cf7 or the mako torq?
  • Asked by Lol
  • Both barrels are going to be comparable.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)

Product SpecsProduct Info
Deals:Closeout
Material:Composite
Length To Weight:Minus 8 Ounce
Barrel Diameter:2 5/8" Diameter Barrel
Model Year:2015