2015 Easton Salvo Scandium Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA USSSA End Loaded SP15SVS

    Price: $99.99
Item#: SP15SVS  |  Manufacturer: Easton
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2015 Easton Salvo Scandium Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA USSSA End Loaded SP15SVS

Introducing the 2015 Salvo Scandium for slow-pitch! Easton constructs this bat with a Single Piece Design, crafted with 100% THT100 Scandium Alloy material. This Scandium Alloy is a very durable aluminum material and gives off a sweet ping sound upon contact with the softball. This Salvo Scandium is preferred by power hitters, as it has an End Loaded Swing Weight, allowing more mass to meet the ball at impact for increased hitting distances. The 34”/26oz comes with a 1oz End Load, the 34"/27oz comes with a 2oz End Load & the 34”/28oz comes with a 3oz End Load. Lastly, this Salvo Scandium has the 1.20 BPF certification and is approved by USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA and ISF softball associations.


Salvo Scandium ASA/USSSA Features:

  • Single Piece Design

  • Single Wall

  • 100% THT100 Scandium Alloy

  • 29/32” Ultra-Thin Handle

  • Gauze Batting Grip

  • End Loaded Swing Weight

  • 2 ¼” Barrel Diameter

  • 12” Barrel Length

  • Association Approval: USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA and ISF

  • 1.20 BPF Certified w/ Thumbprint Stamp

  • One Year Warranty w/ No Hassle Returns

 



  • Review by:
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  • Pros: Nice endloaded bat that has a thin handle and a nice whip at the end of the swing. It can certainly hit some hard shots out of the wrapper but you have to be a hard swinger to start. Once the bat had 50-100 hits on it, it really has started to open up. The sound of the bat has changed and the bat's feel has shifted to a more heavy feeling thunk to a light spring and better exit speed.
  • Cons: thinner handle but a grip can make it thicker if desired.
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  • Pros: Great bat. Although it is "endloaded", the bat feels nicely weighted and not top heavy at all. I love the one-piece design and thin gauze grip. If you play in a single-wall alloy league, this bat is worth the extra money compared to cheaper alternatives. I like it better than the DeMarini White Steel.
  • Cons: None.
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  • Pros: One of my singlewall league bats. Feels more balanced than end loaded, and much lighter. Needs some cuts to break it in, and eventually the ball will drive much harder and further.
  • Cons: Grip feels too thin. Changed it to Lizardskins which makes the swing feel comfortable on my hands.
  • 4 of 4 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: Good pop right out of the wrapper. My team has not used many metal bats, but this one has been working well. The whole team has used it for two games with no complaints.
  • Cons: As other people have commented, because it is white it looks pretty rough after a few games.
  • 3 of 3 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: Makes the swing more intense, but light
  • Cons: None
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  • Pros: Only used in one game and came off hot from the first swings
  • Cons: not a huge fan of the sound but I knew what I was getting
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  • Pros: lots of pop and power right out the wrapper
  • Cons: great bat until about after 50 swings and now there's 2 small dents in it
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  • Pros: For leagues that dont allow composite softball bats, this is the go to bat right now. The Anderson Flex is very nice too. Instant pop out of the wrapper. Great bat at a good price.
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  • Pros: Bat has a lot of pop out of the wrapper being used by a lot of the guys on the team everyone likes it
  • Cons: The grip seems a little cheap but I will re wrap it easy fix
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  • Pros: nice pop for the swings it lasted
  • Cons: Only last about 20 swings until something broke in the end of the bat, either end cap or end load but i will be returning it, TOO MUCH $$ for something to break so easy
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  • Pros: Borrowed a buddies during batting practice and loved it. Small hands so thin handle fits perfect. One of the most comfortable bats I've used with plenty of pop from day one. Good balance for a end loaded bat 26oz.
  • Cons: A bit pricey but I guess you get what you pay for.
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  • Pros: Not much. I was used to the white steel but since they discontinued I thought this would be the next best thing. It wasn't.
  • Cons: The bat doesn't have that much pop. It also cracked the first at bat I used it in. I used it in bp and it was ok. Nothing beats the white steel. The 26oz is also very light even tho it is end loaded. Felt more like a balanced bat. I personally wouldn't buy this bat again. Hopefully demarini starts producing the white steels again
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  • Does this bat do well in cold weather? I have an end-loaded bat that doesn't hit very well in cold weather. Thanks
  • Asked by TheMan
  • Easton does not recommend using this bat under 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • How is this bat's performance in comparison to the older Easton Connexxion single piece aluminium bats? It seems pretty similar in description.
  • Asked by Tyler G
  • The 2015 Easton Salvo Scandium Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA USSSA End Loaded SP15SVS is a 1-piece, 100% aluminum bat that has a strudy, traditional feel. The 2013 Easton Salvo CONNEXION Slowpitch Softball Bat SP12SVC A113187 was a 2-piece, Half and Half (Aluminum barrel, composite handle) bat that had a bit more flex but reduced vibration felt in the hands. The similarities between the two are that they both have strong, end-loaded 12" barrels while being approved for all softball associations.
  • Answered by Kris (Bat Expert)
  • What Is the final weight of the 34"/28oz with 3oz end load? 28oz or 31oz???
  • Asked by Dustin F
  • The 34"/28oz 2015 Easton Salvo Scandium Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA USSSA End Loaded SP15SVS has a 28oz final weight. The 3oz End Load is included in that.
  • Answered by Kris (Bat Expert)
  • Does this bat have any composite materials?
  • Asked by Bo
  • This bat is a one piece alloy with no composite.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • How does this bat compare to the L9 and the previous salvo scandium (sp12svs).
  • Asked by Chris
  • This bat is almost identical to previous Salvo bats made by Easton. Easton is still using the Scandium alloy and it will not vary in feeling.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Is this bat a single wall?
  • Asked by Ryan
  • The 2015 Easton Salvo Scandium Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA USSSA End Load SP15SVS is in fact a single wall alloy barreled bat.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)

Product SpecsProduct Info
Deals:Closeout
Material:Aluminum
Barrel Diameter:2 1/4" Diameter Barrel
Model Year:2015
Product Keywords:Dual ASA/USSSA