It’s time to review the Louisville Slugger Prime 915, a 100% composite three-piece baseball bat with a stiff handle design and “relatively” balanced design. It is constructed with Louisville’s TRU3 connection technology that is supposed to strengthen the link between the barrel and handle of this bat to provide a “better feel and dramatically reduced vibration.” Yes their still trying to push the 3-piece technology as better then 2-piece even though it has failed miserable in the past (anyone remember the Triton).
The Prime 915 is very similar, if not identical to, the 2014 Louisville Attack bats. They’re claiming the the there’s improved durability to the Tru3 connective piece when compared to the 2014 Attack. This is something to consider as you can pick up an Attack for a lot less money.
I’ll sum up this review easily. If you want a Louisville bat stay with their tried and true design and successful bats, a one piece design with a stiff handle. Folks, this means the Omaha… a reasonable priced but that is the preferred choice of college teams swinging Louisville Slugger bats. Louisville has tried for years to come out with “cool and innovative” designs to match Easton with little success.
In my opinion the Prime 915 is recommended for any one who wants to say “look, I’ve got a three-piece bat”.
The Prime 915 comes in Adult BBCOR -3 $399.99, Senior -10 $299.99 , and Youth – 12 $199.99
Here’s the Prime 915 video: