Easton Stealth Tri-Zone
Released January, 2010
The Pros:Grip is perfect, stays in your hands comfortably and lets you move naturally. Sweet spot is pretty big, good for beginners. Balance is nice, gives you confidence as you approach and keeps you in control.
The Cons:Takes about 75-100 hits to fully break in.
The Easton Stealth Tri-Zone is a USSSA-, ISF-, SSUSA- and NSA-approved softball bat designed specially for slow-pitch players. It utilizes Easton’s Integrated Matrix Technology (IMX) composite, which unlike alloy frames hosts high strength / stiffness in the direction of the fibers, but low strength / stiffness across the fibers, allowing for greater customization options.
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Included also is a 75-rated Handle Flex for a comfortable feel and reduced vibration; a 2-piece ConneXion that maximizes energy transfer; and Easton's Segmented Tri-Zone Barrel Technology, which increases flexibility along the entire length of the barrel for improved performance. Also included is a 400-day manufacturer’s warranty.
- USSSA/ISF/SSUSA/NSA Approved
- Designed for Slow-Pitch Softball Players
- IMX Composite Technology
- 75-Rated Handle Flex
- CNT Carbon Nanotube Technology
- Extreme 100+ MPH Performance
- 2-Piece ConneXion
- Maximized Energy Transfer
- Segmented Tri-Zone Barrel Technology
- Increased Flexibility Along Barrel
- Enhanced Overall Performance
- 400-Day Manufacturer Warranty
User Reviews (2)
grip is perfect, stays in your hands comfortably and lets you move naturally
sweet spot is pretty big, good for beginners
balance is nice, gives you confidence as you approach and keeps you in control
don't even have to swing hard to get great distance, generates lots of power
responds well to hard swings for homerun hits
approved for use in any softball league
takes about 75-100 hits to fully break in
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