Easton Hammer Slowpitch Softball Bat SK5 A113110
Easton Hammer Slowpitch Softball Bat SK5
Forged using a thick, durable metal alloy. This Softball Bat is built for church league dominance. Irresistible black and red color scheme makes the Hammer one of the most recognizable names in slow pitch.
Full rolled-over end
Value-priced all-purpose softball bat
Great for Church/Coed leagues and batting cage rentals
Paint and clear coat finish, great graphics
1 Year warranty
Easton Softball Bat
- Review by: D-Rad
- Tuesday 03 January, 2012
- Pros: These bats are believed to be forged in the fires of Mordor, which is how it gets its durability. Nothing can break the internal structure of this bat because of all the years it takes to forge this glorious specimen of softball greatness. It is believed that underneath the weight stickers it reads "One bat to rule them all". After hearing so many great things about The Hammer, I immediately purchased it. After peeling off the wrapper, it magically knew what to do draging me to the nearest softball field to hit. When I stepped into the batters box, a ball came my way. I swung at the ball and with a thunderous BANG! the ball went skyrocketing into the air never to return again. With this sound ringing through the skies, mass ammounts of women came crawling and begging for my love.
- Cons: With all the greatness that comes with these bats, there are severe consequenses. If you get two hammers too close to each other, they are believed to hit together and make a horrible sound that will inevitablily break california in half at the san andres fault line. It is your responsibility as a hammer owner to never bring two hammers in contact with each other, or the world as we know it may end. Take your hammer, rise above the cometition, and get all the ladies.
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- Review by: Tami Moyer
- Wednesday 06 August, 2014
- Pros: Lightweight. High performance
- 4 of 5 found this review helpful.
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- Can you tell me if this is a ASA approved slow pitch softball bat?
- Asked by Louie on Saturday 06 September, 2014
- This bat is indeed approved for ASA softball.
- Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
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