Towel Bat
Towel Bat
Towel Bat
Towel Bat
Towel Bat

Towel Bat

Regular price $79.00 USD
Regular price $119.00 USD Sale price $79.00 USD
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Introducing the Towel Bat, your essential tool for diagnosing swing flaws with precision. Whether you're struggling with premature barrel release or inadequate extension, this innovative device offers invaluable feedback.

Through auditory cues, such as a distinct "whoosh" sound, it signals consistent drag through the contact zone, indicating proper technique. Conversely, flinchy swings result in the towel popping out in front, highlighting areas for improvement.

Elevate your training with the Towel Bat and refine your swing mechanics like never before.

Weight: 2 lbs

Dimensions: 20"x 4"x 4"


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We want you to be completely satisfied with your purchase. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your order, you may return eligible items within 30 days from the date of delivery for a refund.

Frequently Asked Questions

What do Brum Bands do?

Each of the Brum Bands attacks different swing flaws:

The Cuffs lengthen the contact point by creating proper hand stack & stay palm up/palm down through contact.

The Slot Band can be used on either arm, helping to shorten the swing by avoiding casting and early barrel release.

The Body band has multiple uses in the lower half, creating better balance and using ground forces - improving balance and power.

How do I use them?

Simply put them on and hitters are forced into strong positions! We also have a few videos showing the different drill variations you can use.

Does this product require any additional equipment or accessories?

The only additional equipment needed for optimal training is a bat and ball.

Is there a recommended training schedule for this product?

Brum Bands work great when rotating them on to gain the correct feel, then taking them off for a few swings to replicate the feel. Then back on and so forth.