Heavy Duty Batting Tee

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Sale price$ 89.99 Regular price$ 99.99

Description

PRACTICE FROM HOME: The Rukket Sports Heavy Duty Batting Tee is guaranteed to be the last batting tee you’ll ever need. Extra sturdy galvanized steel and dipped rubber base make this the toughest tee on the market.

Features

PRACTICE LOW OR HIGH PITCHES WITH EASE: Can be extended from 24 inches all the way to 46 inches off the ground. You’ll be able to place the tee at any height for any age group or just practice low or high pitches in the box.

EXTREME DURABILITY: We created this tee to last years and you’ll have complete confidence when using it. Our rubber ball cone is designed to last thousands of swings, galvanized steel prevents rust and other wear, and the heavyweight base is dip molded in rubber so you can use this tee indoors or outdoors. We use the best materials to ensure that you always get the best when you buy Rukket.

LOW CENTER OF GRAVITY MEANS YOUR TEE WILL NOT FALL OVER: Heavy duty stainless steel bearing and weighted base keeps the center of gravity low when hitting. No more having to pick the tee up after every swing. This is the most stable batting tee on the market!

Product Specs

Minimum Height: 27 in / Maximum Height: 48 in

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