Easton Synergy Speed
Released December, 2009
The Pros:Very large sweetspot, quite forgiving on hit location. Significantly faster top speed hits than older Easton bats (>98mph). Very stylish aesthetic, unique look compared to many Easton and competitors' bats.
The Cons:Paint develops fractures over periods of use.
The Synergy Speed is a composite slowpitch softball bat from Easton's Synergy series. The bat features the company's Integrated Matrix technology which utilizes aerospace-grade fibers layered in a way that increases the hitting area and reduces vibration.
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It also includes their patented Single System technology for a one piece design that is balanced and easy to control. The Synergy Speed is constructed with an ultra-thin 29/32" tapered handle and a 13.5" end-loaded extended barrel which produces more power. It also features an extended flex design which lengthens the hitting area. The bat is compliant with current bat performance standards.
- Fast Swing Weight
- Extended Hitting Area
- 13.5" End-Loaded Extended Barrel
- IMX (Integrated Matrix) Technology
- Single System Technology
- Extended Flex Design
- Ultra-thin 29/32" Tapered Handle
- 98MPH Performance
- Compliant with Bat Performance Standards
User Reviews (1)
Very large sweetspot, quite forgiving on hit location
Significantly faster top speed hits than older Easton bats (>98mph)
Very stylish aesthetic, unique look compared to many Easton and competitors' bats
Maximum distance higher than average for Easton bats and others in this price range
Extended barrel length helps improve forgiveness
Very short break-in time comparatively
Paint develops fractures over periods of use
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