Materials You'll Need
- Quality packing tape
- USPS Medium Sized Tube box (38” x 6” x 5”)
- Bubble wrap/newspaper
We use USPS for boxes, and we recommend using their 38” x 6” x 5” USPS medium tube box. Assemble the box leaving one end open. Place paper/bubble wrap at the top and bottom of the box to prevent the bat from touching the end.
Don’t forget to use your bubble wrap/newspaper to fill the space in the box to prevent the bat from moving in the package. Bats without bubble wrap/paper have a higher chance of shifting in the package and piercing the box. This can lead to your bat falling out and being lost in transit. Please also ensure that both ends of the packaging are fully secured. Duct tape is not sufficient for securing the ends of your baseball bat package.
If you cannot get your hands on a USPS medium tube box, you can always use a box you already own. Rug boxes, hockey stick boxes, and lamp boxes are good examples of the proper size and shape box that you could use to ship your baseball or softball bat.
For Canadian Sellers, we recommend checking out the ULINE 38” Long corrugated boxes.