2015 Miken ULTRA 750X Slowpitch Softball Bat Maxload ULTALL

    Price: $119.99
Item#: ULTALL  |  Manufacturer: Miken
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2015 Miken ULTRA 750X Slowpitch Softball Bat Maxload ULTALL

750X HPI - “HPI” stands for High Pressure Infusion, which is the process of injecting ultra-tough epoxy into the highest grade carbon fiber at 750 pounds per square inch. Extreme pressure combined with high-quality material makes this bat a game changer! 
 
100COMP - Miken’s “100COMP” means that they constructed the bat with 100% Composite material. Composite is the best material for slow-pitch bats, allowing them to play soft and strong with great performance. 
 
MADE IN THE USA - Miken proudly makes their slow-pitch bats at one of the finest composite labs in the world, right here in the United States of America. 
 
2015 Ultra 750X Maxload ASA/USSSA Features:
  • 1-piece
  • 100COMP - 100% Composite Design
  • Maxload - End Loaded
  • 750X HPI - High Pressure Infusion
  • 14.5" Barrel Length
  • 2 ¼” Barrel Diameter
  • Association Approval: USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA, ISF
  • 1.20 BPF Certified
  • Made in the USA
  • One Year Warranty


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  • Pros: I'm a big guy so most would fit me with a heavy bat, but I went with the 26oz. first at BP swing was nice. once it started to break in you noticed the difference. Im not hitting it over fence but I am hitting some deep rips. Pros: didn't take long to break in, delivers a nice pop and distance.
  • Cons: did not care to much for the grip/handle but I can work with that.
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  • Pros: Ok so I said I would leave an update and here it is. I took this bat to the batting cage, hit real softballs .40, .42, & .52 C.O.R. in 2 days put about 250 swings on it, not including hits in game play. This bat hits straight lasers. Hit some huge homers with this bat, Even hitting the ball off a tee as I was breaking it in, the difference in sound and ball travel as I got around 150 swings was crazy! Wish I would have gotten a 26 or 27 oz with the endload as the 28oz with endload takes some getting use to when I'm use to using more balanced bats at 26 & 27oz. If you're looking for a new bat this is it! Guys on my team love it. Make sure you break this bat in before use or you'll be disappointed. But go buy a tee a bucket of balls or have someone pitch to you and get this bat open and you'll love it!
  • Cons: Not "hot" out the wrapper as other Mikens I have and use. I have a Miken Freak 98 (original) Miken NRG 500, Miken Freak 2015 All Association, Easton Synergy (original) Miken Freak Black all hot out the wrapper.
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  • Pros: Don't think this bat is fully broken in as of yet. I've played in 9 games using this bat, some practice swings etc. So can't give a full review but will update once it's broken in more. HOWEVER, I don't feel this bat is "HOT" out the wrapper as some. I have an original MIken Freak 98 that was hot out the wrapper, this is not. It will hit some nice line drives occasionally but no power hits as of yet with this bat. Being a power hitter, I'm hoping it opens up soon! Bat has great feel and look. (Will update towards middle of the season)
  • Cons: Not "HOT" out the wrapper. Definitely get some practice swings in to open it up faster.
  • 5 of 7 found this review helpful.
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  • Pros: Good pop off the bat! I have only used it for two games now so the bat really isn't broken in yet but so far no complaints.
  • Cons: None
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  • Pros: My husband is playing softball for the first time in 15 years! He ordered this bat and it arrived the next day. He loves the bat and all of his teammates have been using it as well.
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  • Pros: My husband loves his new bat!!! It was the best anniversary gift ever!
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  • Pros: Smoking hot bat! Absolutely love it.
  • Cons: Wish it was end loaded rather than balanced.
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  • Pros: Good bat. I purchased it for the team. Everyones hitting extremely well farther than they have so it has alot pop.
  • Cons: Feels a bit heavier than most 28oz i got in my bag so i wish i would have gone with a 27oz
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  • Pros: Price was very good.
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  • Is not a senior right
  • Asked by sal
  • This bat is NOT a senior softball bat but approved by the following associations: USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA, ISF
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Is not a senior right
  • Asked by sal
  • This bat is NOT a senior softball bat but approved by the following associations: USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA, ISF
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • What is the difference between this miken ultra ultall and the miken psycho sychma? I know the sychma is ASA only and this ultra has multiple stamps. Both are maxload, one piece, made with the 750X composite. So what's the difference? Thanks.
  • Asked by DJ
  • The difference between the two bats is that Miken got the extra certification on the Ultra 750X to have both the ASA certification as well as the USSSA certification.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • whats the difference between the 2015 MIKEN ULTRA 750X SOFTBALL BAT BALANCED ASA SLOWPITCH UL75BA and the 2015 Miken ULTRA 750X Slowpitch Softball Bat Maxload ULTALL besides the league certification?
  • Asked by randyw.
  • Besides the association approvals... the main difference is that the UL75BA bat is balanced, while the ULTALL bat has a maxload end-load.
  • Answered by Kris (Bat Expert)

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