KR3 began in 1908 in St. Mary’s, Ontario as a hockey stick factory. Not long after its inception, a fire caused the factory to relocate to a mill where they began to incorporate baseball bats into their product line. As this began in 1912, this makes KR3 the second oldest bat company in the world. The company went through multiple name changes throughout the years as the company made new acquisitions and changed owners. In 1996, the company stopped making baseball bats, as their product line had declined significantly among pro users.
Their baseball bat line went inactive for a few years, until manager Ross Huehn decided to unearth the dusty machines and get back into the baseball bat business.
Business was booming for KR3 after they jumped back into the baseball bat business in 2000. KR3 states that they are dedicated to offering quality bats to players at all stages in their baseball careers.
KR3 Bat Directory:
2016 KR3 Wood Bats
- C271, $90.00 – 110.00
- M110, $90.00 – 110.00
- C243, $90.00 – 100.00
- P72, $90.00 – 100.00
2016 KR3 Composite Bats
- P72, $150.00 – 180.00
- C271, $150.00 – 180.00
- C243, $120.00 – 135.00
- B74, $135.00
- M110, $120.00 – 135.00
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KR3 Bats Return Policy
KR3 does not offer replacements on their wood bats. They encourage contact if a customer feels there is something wrong with their product.
For the full return policy, check out the KR3 Bats Return Policy Page.
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