Released April, 2010
The Pros:Great pop right out of the wraper. Gets better and better as you break it in. Large sweet spot, easy to hit with.
The Cons:Composite bat can't be used in some leagues.
The Easton Salvo is a softball bat designed specially for slow-pitch softball players. It utilizes a 13.5”, end-loaded extended barrel for extra power. In fact, the power is built from Integrated Matrix Technology (IMX) composite, and includes an ultra-thin 29/32” tapered handle.
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The result is a maximized hitting area with great feel, reduced vibration, greater balance, and a more fluidic swing that critics say feels like a natural extension of one’s arm. Plus the bat benefits from a one-piece design (Single System Technology) for stronger feedback and an expansive hitting area. Note also that the Salvo complies with all softball standards (ASA, USSSA, NSA, etc.) and includes a 400-day manufacturer’s warranty.
- All Standard Compliant Softball Bat
- Designed for Slow-Pitch Players
- IMX Composite, End-Loaded Barrel
- Ultra-Thin, Tapered Handle
- Maximized Hitting Area
- Stronger Feedback/Feel
- Reduced Vibration
- Enhanced Balance
- Single System Technology
- 400-Day Warranty
User Reviews (2)
great pop right out of the wraper
gets better and better as you break it in
large sweet spot, easy to hit with
great texture to the grips, has nice traction and a good feel
has a short sound on impact that isn't too loud, surprises the outfielders with how far the ball ends up going
well balanced to give you both control and power
easy to send the ball right where you want it, good control
composite bat can't be used in some leagues
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