AXE Bats


For more than 140 years, players everywhere have been swinging bats with a major design flaw: the round knob handle.

You could consider it outdated design, but it was never designed in the first place. It was the best that could be mass-produced on simple wood lathes, the same centuries-old tools used to make table legs, candlesticks, and cookware.

Simply put: the handle was never intentionally designed for the player’s grip… until now.

AXE designed the better bat.

Contact the Pinkman Academy to demo or purchase Axe Baseball, Softball, Metal, and Wood bats. You can even demo the Axe bats on our Hittrax batting simulator to compare your current bat to the AXE bat.



AXE created a handle designed for the way your hand grips the bat, and that improved grip is scientifically proven to enhance your bat speed and barrel control. Meet the Axe Bat axe handle.

Engineered for the biomechanics and ergonomics of your swing, the axe handle supports your most natural and efficient movement through the hitting zone. When compared to the old-school round knob in a comprehensive study conducted by UCLA’s Vijay Gupta, Ph.D., using elite college baseball players, the axe handle was superior in every category.

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“Look at our right fielder, Mookie Betts. He’s having a tremendous year using it. He’s surpassed his career high in home runs, and he’s hitting over .300. Our second baseman, Dustin Pedroia, was a good hitter, but with this bat, he has more pop.”
– Chili Davis, Big League Hitting Coach, Popular Science


Each bat handle is designed for the biomechanics of your swing. With a more natural swing and improved range of motion, you’ll achieve better bat speed and control.


Loaded hitting face for the most explosive barrel, you’ll experience unrivaled durability and pop every time your bat makes contact.


The aerodynamic endcap allows the Axe Bat bat to distribute more weight to the barrel, so you’ll swing with improved balance and bat speed.

“The ob-longed or oval shaped handle actually starts to feel normal after just a few hacks and within a matter of minutes it felt like a natural extension of the bat. Oddly enough, when I picked up a normal shaped bat after about 50 cuts with the Avenge in the cage, it was actually the traditional shaped handles that felt awkward.”
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