CLOSEOUT 2017 Miken Denny Crine DC41 Slowpitch Softball Bat Supermax USSSA MDC41U

    Price: $279.99
Item#: MDC41U  |  Manufacturer: Miken
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CLOSEOUT 2017 Miken Denny Crine DC41 Slowpitch Softball Bat Supermax USSSA MDC41U

Signature 2-piece bat for Denny Crine with his 1oz supermax end-load for maximum performance and optimal barrel flex. Get your DC41 today, right here at CheapBats.com! No Hassle Returns, Batisfaction Guaranteed!

2017 DC41 Supermax USSSA Features: 

  • 2-Piece Bat Construction
  • 100% Composite Design
  • Triple Matrix Core
  • F2P Technology
  • End-Loaded Swing Weight (Supermax)
  • 14" Barrel Length
  • 2 1/4" Barrel Diameter
  • Approved for 1.20 BPF USSSA, NSA, ISA
  • Made in the USA
  • One Year Manufacturer Warranty


  • Review by:
  • Pros: Well like always DC41 hot again. Far as endload it feels like last year model. I've been a long time DC41 guy starting with the psycho Denny Crine. But for me the white DC41 with the red knob was and still the hottest bat I ever own.
  • Cons: None at all. Still a great bat.
  • 23 of 23 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: Bat hits like a tank!!! I am a contact/gap hitter that goes oppo, and i hit the ball well over 300 feet my first time using it out of the box! RIDICULOUS!!!!
  • Cons: NONE!!
  • 5 of 5 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: I have always liked hitting the DC41, and this year's model is the best yet. I was hitting bombs with good balls as well as old bp balls. No different during game time. Miken has not let me down with this one.
  • Cons: I only have one!
  • 5 of 5 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: Purchase This Bat three weeks ago! Received the bat in the two days they said it would be here, so the shipping is fast! They DC41 has 50 to 75 swings on it and it was hot right out of the wrapper!
  • Cons: All the guys on the teamwant of use it now
  • 3 of 3 found this review helpful.
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    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: Took 2-3games but hits great. Definitely increased my distance.
  • Cons: Wish there were more colors
  • 0 of 0 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: bought this bat for my boys Christmas present. their team is made up with a bunch of 22-24 yr olds who are in college or just finished & really can not afford a very nice bat. they play in an upper loop against guys who are older (with more money). I read all your reviews & decided to go with the DC41 for them. have not used it yet to see results but im sure it will be just fine. cheap bats was one of the most professional companies I have ever dealt with--from questions about the bat all the way to the 3 shipping notices as the bat was in transit. thanks
  • Cons: none @ all
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    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: This bet is very good has a good pop I will recommend it.
  • Cons:
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  • Pros: Love the bat
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  • What is the difference between the USSSA and the ASA approved versions? New to the sport. Looking at getting the USSSA
  • Asked by Creek
  • The USSSA and ASA approvals are for different associations. ASA's certification will not let the ball come off the bat faster than 98mph while the USSSA certification will come off the bat at 100+ mph. Each local league or each tournament will abide by which ever association they prefer. We do recommend contacting your league director or coach before purchasing a bat to make sure it is approved for play.
  • Answered by Kevin
  • Can this bat be used in Senior Softball?
  • Asked by Bobby
  • It will depend on your league or tournament rules. If you league/tournament require the USSSA stamp then yes. If it requires the senior stamp of SSUSA then no. We recommend contacting your league/tournament director first.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)

Product SpecsProduct Info
Deals:Closeout
Material:Composite
Barrel Diameter:2 1/4" Diameter Barrel
Model Year:2017
Product Keywords:USSSA