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Miken Freak Series


$180.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great pop on most hits, even with a weaker swing. Gets good traction on the ball so you can get a little spin. Has a large sweet spot, hard to hit it wrong.

The Freak Series is a series of slowpitch softball bats from Miken Sports.  The series is comprised of three bats: the Freak 98, Freak Plus, and Freak Limited Edition.  All three bats have a 100% composite construction and feature Miken's E-Flex technology, allowing the bat to flex on impact to hit the ball faster and farther.

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  The Freak Series bats are designed with a 13.5" barrel that is 2.25" in diameter.  The bats also have a thin handle and a premium synthetic leather grip for control.  All three bats are compliant with USSSA, ISA, and NSA standards, while the Miken Freak 98 also meets ASA requirements.

Features/Specs

  • E-Flex Technology
  • 100% Composite Construction
  • Premium synthetic leather grip
  • Player-Preferred Thin Handle
  • 13 ½" Barrel length
  • 2 ¼" Barrel diameter
  • 1 year warranty

Model Variations

  • Miken Freak 98
    • ASA, USSSA, ISA, NSA Approved
    • 34/27, 34/28, 34/29, 34/30
    • MSRP $180
  • Miken Freak Plus
    • USSSA, ISA, NSA Approved
    • Available Length/Weight: 34/26, 34/27, 34/28, 34/29, 34/30
    • MSRP $175
  • Miken Freak Limited Edition
    • USSSA, ISA, NSA Approved
    • Available Length/Weight: 34/26, 34/27, 34/28, 34/29, 34/30
    • MSRP $185

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    great pop on most hits, even with a weaker swing

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    gets good traction on the ball so you can get a little spin

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    has a large sweet spot, hard to hit it wrong

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    satisfying and comfortable balance that helps with consistency

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    great grip that's easy to hang on to

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    swings fairly light for an endload bat

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    fairly durable, doesn't wear out for a long time

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