Easton Stealth Speed XL Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA SSR4 A113147

    > Price: $299.95
Item#: SSR4  |  Manufacturer: Easton
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Easton Stealth Speed XL Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA SSR4 A113147

Easton Stealth Speed XL Slowpitch Softball Bat

 

The new Easton Stealth Speed XL Slowpitch Softball Bat is equipped with Easton's Speed technology. Speed technology equates to a laser precision manufacturing system that minimizes material overlap, thus removing excess mass from the barrel for lighter swing weights and faster swing speeds. Patented Integrated Matrix Technology strengthens the composite structures for the Stealth Speed Softball Bat, optimizing designs, process, and materials for maximum performance. Easton's Carbon Nanotube Technology, made possible by Zyvex Nanosolve, enhances Easton's proprietary resin system, thus providing this Stealth Speed XL Softball Bat with unmatched durability in composite bat and handle designs. And last but not least, Easton's patented ConneXion uses "hinge" technology for efficient energy transfer, while isolating the handle from the barrel to eliminate vibration.

Easton Stealth Speed XL Slowpitch Softball Bat Features:

  • IMX Composite barrel
  • Ultra thin 29/32" tapered handle
  • Patented two-piece ConneXion
  • 13.5" slightly end loaded barrel
  • 98 MPH performance
  • Complies with current Bat Performance Standards - ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, SSUSA, and ISF
  • One Year Warranty

 



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  • Pros: Ball is exploding off the bat and it is not broken in yet. Once squad gets used to the weight balance (very end heavy) longballs will likely fly. Not as balanced a feel as the 2007 Stealth, but seems it will possibly pack even more punch, especially in a few more games (only 40 or so AB's in it so far).
  • Cons: Using a 28 oz. in fastpitch vs slower pitchers, and it felt sluggish at first compared to DeMarini's which seem very well balanced. However, with weighted bat warm-up swings, and a little learning curve adjustment, this bat seems to have no identifiable flaws so far to us. (Mens fastpitch in Newton MA)
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  • Pros: Live right out of the wrapper! Only had one practice to break it in and in the first game had two HR and two hard line drives.
  • Cons: Just find the sweet spot (which is good sized) or you will be punished.
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  • Pros: Great bat out of the wrapper. End loaded fit my swing and has a huge barrel and a nice 2 piece feel. Great bat all around.
  • Cons: Can't beat the price.
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  • Pros: First hit out of the wrapper I had a double. Next time at bat I hit a homerun. Second game I hit another homerun. This bat is AWESOME!! I plan on buying another just because it's so hard to find bats you like that they don't discontinue.
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  • Pros: What a bat!! I cant tell you how happy I am that I bought this bat. I did a lot of research and chose this over Mikan and Worth. You won't be disappointed.
  • Cons: None - got great deal from Cheap Bats too!
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  • Pros: This bat is awesome, took it out last weekend for the first time and was getting some hard hits using mush bp balls. Can't wait to use it in a game with some good balls.
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  • Pros: Picked up the 30 ounce and it feels like a 28oz or 29oz. Hits bombs.
  • Cons: None, this bat is sick.
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Product SpecsProduct Info
Material:Composite
Barrel Diameter:2 1/4" Diameter Barrel
Model Year:2012
Product Keywords:ASA