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Miken LongHaul Bomber


$250.00 Released April, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Capable of extremely long hits, good for players aiming at making more homeruns. Holds up well against heavy use for a few seasons, nice durability. Sweet spot is large enough that even beginners can hit it consistently.

The Cons:Takes some time to break it in and start seeing the performance potential. Doesn't have ASA approval, although it has it from most other associations.

The LongHaul Bomber is a slowpitch softball bat from Miken Sports.  The bat features Miken's Multi-Layer Biaxial technology along with an MPa7 Resin system to increase the sweet spot and improve performance.

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  It has a 100% composite construction which utilizes aerospace-grade fibers for strength and durability and also includes R900 technology which integrates carbon fiber for additional strength.  The LongHaul Bomber has a Maxload swing weight to provide increased power and greater distance.  It is designed with a 14.5" barrel that is 2.25" in diameter and has a premium synthetic leather grip.  The bat also includes X-Tack Plus technology for additional grip at the knob.  The bat is compliant with USSSA, NSA, and ISA standards but does not meet ASA requirements.

Features/Specs

  • Multi-Layer Biaxial Technology
  • MPa7 Resin System
  • 100% Composite Construction
  • Maxload Design
  • R900 Carbon Fiber
  • Premium synthetic leather grip
  • X-Tack Plus Technology
  • 14 ½" Barrel length
  • 2 ¼" Barrel diameter
  • Length/Weight: 34/26, 34/27, 34/28, 34/30
  • USSSA, NSA and ISA Approved

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Pros
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    capable of extremely long hits, good for players aiming at making more homeruns

  • 1

    holds up well against heavy use for a few seasons, nice durability

  • 1

    sweet spot is large enough that even beginners can hit it consistently

  • 1

    "Supermax" end load helps to really transfer power to the ball

  • 1

    balanced well enough to keep you in control throughout the swing

Cons
  • 1

    takes some time to break it in and start seeing the performance potential

  • 1

    doesn't have ASA approval, although it has it from most other associations

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