Champro Heavy-Duty Rubber Batting Tee

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Champro Heavy-Duty Rubber Batting Tee
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The Champro Heavy Duty Batting Tee is a fundamental training tool for batters working on their power and technique to make contact all around the plate. Made of reinforced, injection-molded rubber, this tee +withstands impact from batters who hold nothing back. Baseball and softball players of all ages and skill levels can use this training tool to increase swing power and improve hitting technique. Train to make solid contact with pitches coming from every height: slide the tube up and down to simulate high and low pitches; move the base left and right to tackle inside and outside pitches. Use it as part of team drills or for batting practice on your own with one of Champro's baseball screens. The interlocking rubber tubes screw onto a bolt threaded through the solid, official-sized home plate to provide stability and quick assembly. Weighing only 8 pounds, the Heavy Duty Batting Tee can be easily transported and stored away between training sessions.
  • FEATURES:
  • Created with reinforced, injection-molded heavy-duty rubber tubes to withstand impacts made by elite athletes
  • For baseball and softball players of all ages and skill levels
  • Helps to increase swing power and improve hitting technique with the varying tee heights
  • For use it in team drills or for solo batting practice with a net
  • Slide the tube up and down to adjust the tee?s height, and the friction fit locks the tubes in place during hitting practice
  • Adjustable from 21 to 36 inches to practice making perfect contact with high and low pitches
  • A solid, official-sized home plate provides a stable base and helps hitters focus on the ball?s positioning as they hit
  • Easy to put together, store and transport
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Recommended Use: Hitting
  • Gender Age: Youth, Adult
  • Brand: Champro
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