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Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)

  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)
  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)

  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)
  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)

Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" USSSA Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)

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Item #: lou-bb-wtlsl0517x

Availability: In stock

Original Price $179.99

Our Price $124.99

Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)

  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)
  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)

  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)
  • Louisville Slugger Omaha 2 3/4" Senior League Baseball Bat (-10)
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The Louisville Slugger Omaha 517 Senior League bat is built with the new ST 7U1+ Alloy 1-piece construction for a huge sweet spot and stiffer feel upon contact. A family of bats that's often chosen by top college players, the Omaha 517 is a tried and true line that resonates at all levels.
  • NEW ST 7U1+ Alloy 1-piece construction that delivers a huge sweet spot and stiffer feel on contact
  • NEW custom Lizard Skin premium performance grip
  • 7/8" tapered handle

This bat does not meet the USA bat standards for the 2018 season. It is legal for play in USSSA leagues, exclusively.

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Louisville Slugger offers a one time, one (1) year limited warranty (may vary outside the U.S.) from the original purchaser’s receipt date. To avoid fraudulent claims, consumers must save original receipt (proof of purchase).