Every spring, millions of young baseball and softball players will head to ball parks all over the country.
Those kids will sit in cluttered dugouts. They will lose or misplace hats and equipment. They will share water bottles and helmets…and germs.
Makes a parent cringe, doesn’t it?
Time for a Hero to enter the dugout
In the past month, I’ve reviewed a couple of products that help kids and teams stay organized. They are all excellent options for cutting down on sideline chaos.
Today, I’d like you to meet Dugout Hero, a bit different from the usual team dugout organizer in that this is personal organizer, the only one of its kind for youth baseball and softball players.
Bat bags are great for transporting equipment, but Dugout Hero takes over where the bat bag leaves off, and can be stored in the bat bag when not in use. It’s simple to use, looks cool, eliminate clutter, and decreases the spread of germs in the dugout.
Created by parents who understand
The creators of Dugout Hero are sports parents who learned when coaching kindergarten t-ball just how messy kids can get in the dugout. Mom Brooke Isabell explains how Dugout Hero was born:
Help your kid stay organized
When the game is over, Dugout Hero rolls up and adheres to itself with Velcro for easy storage in any bat bag.
Sounds like a win-win: kids are organized and parents are happy that their kids are organized!
Yes, this is a paid review. But I stand by my promise to only review products that I think will help sports parents and their children have a better experience in youth sports.
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