Manx Batons

Manx Batons

Dancemania searches far and wide to bring its customers the best in value and quality and when it comes to twirling batons you can’t do better than Manx Batons. But now the best has just got better!

Manx Batons have improved their steel shaft batons

Firstly, they have increased the strength of the stainless steel shaft making these batons 30% more resistant to being bent than before, not that Manx Batons have ever been easy to bend. Indeed, during normal use it is hard to imagine how a baton could become bent as the steel used by Manx Batons is stronger than structural steel. That said we acknowledge that accidents happen and when a baton gets stuck in a doorway and is forced or when a car drives over one (yes that happens) then we discover that even the very best steel can be bent. But by increasing the strength by 30% these new batons will survive even more harsh accidents than they would have done before.

Secondly, Manx Batons’ stainless steel shaft batons such as the Concept competition twirling baton, Signature competition twirling baton and Trainer baton all now come in a choice of three champion colours, Gold, Silver and Bronze.

Gold, Silver & Bronze Baton Shafts

Manx Batons also make lightweight aluminium shaft batons

That’s right, Manx Batons make aluminium shaft dance baton, ribbon baton and show baton, which are also made of the highest quality materials available, but whilst they are not as strong as the stainless steel batons they are much lighter. These aluminium batons are available in many fantastic colours, which when matched to one of the many available tip colours can make for a unique, eye catching combination.

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