Pros: I bought this bat with my own money as i am 11 years old and i dont regret it. This bat is awesome! The ball just flies off the bat into the outfield. I would strongly suggest buying this bat for 10-13 year old kids depending on the child`s size. I am a big kid so a bigger bat works for me overall...AWESOME BAT
Pros: Last year my son moved up to little league ponies (7 and 8 year olds) as a 6 year old. He used a 28” -13 bat. This year I took him to a batting coach. They had him using a 27 -8 wood bat and suggested a 27” -10 composite bat for little league. No way was I getting a $100+ bat for a 1st grader. The 27” -10 Cyclone: LK38 has been a great bat for him. He has been hitting top at the top of the line up and hit some into the outfield. Most of the 2nd year kids are using longer bats but I’m convinced the shorter bat with more weight was a good move for him. I learned that some kids do better with a sorter heavier bat. The Cyclone is a fine choice for these kids.
Cons: After the bat arrived, my son told me that it was bent, but I didn't believe him. After the first use, I looked at it closely and realized that it was bent. Now I have to go through the exchange process with Easton and ship it to them at my cost. I'm not satisfied with this purchase at all.
Pros: Felt and looked good when we took the wrapper off it.
Cons: I bought this bat for my nine-year old son this week. It is bent and dented in three spots after only three games. I need to find out how to return this useless hunk of aluminum. Possibly one of the most disappointing pieces of baseball equipment I have ever purchased.
Cons: We bought the bat for my nine year-old son on a Monday. He batted three times Tuesday - bat had two dents. Three more at bats Thursday - another dent. Saturday morning game - the bat bent. Of course, it is supposed to be covered by warranty, but I am not sure if I even want to get it replaced.
Pros: Im 10 years old and i have this bat. It is a great bat because it's lightweight, easy to swing, and every time i swing this bat, i hit the ball right into the outfield. I used it in the little league series i just got done with, and i went 3 for 3 in 1 of the games. Its a great bat with a clean swing.
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Does it have lot of pop or does it sound like wood?
Asked by Smacker
Here is a link to view the bat and actually listen to an audio clip of the Easton Cyclone. In the top right corner of the picture of the bat, click on the audio option to listen to the bat in action.
Is it double wall?
Asked by Smacker
Double Wall and Single Wall are terms that traditionally aren't used in reference to baseball bats, just aluminum slow pitch softball bats. However, the Cyclone would be considered a single wall bat.
Is this bat a good bat for a power hitter, and is it a stiff design bat?
Asked by porky
The Easton Cyclone is a one piece stiff bat that is a good option for power hitters and contact hitters.
I'm getting this bat and the Typhoon LK72. Which bat is better for practice in the batting cages with dimpled balls?
Asked by SFGFOREVER
The Easton Cyclone and the Easton Typhoon use the same grade of alloy. Either bat would be fine to use in batting practice.
Is this BBCOR certified?
Asked by Reggie
This bat is not BBCOR certified. Only adult -3 bats will have that certification.
is this bat good for my 8 year old son ?
Asked by ivan
Yes. This is a good bat for an 8 year old.
can I use it in the Junior division in Little League?
Asked by blane
Yes. The Cyclone can be used in the Junior Division within Little League.
Is this good for a 10 year old?????
Asked by dmack
Yes. This would be a good bat for a 10 year old who needs a small barrel youth bat.
Is this bat legal for 13 year old Babe Ruth this year?
Asked by Bean
This LK38 and will be legal for play in Babe Ruth baseball. For more information contact our customer service a 1-866-321-2287.
I'm going to be in Cal Ripken baseball and is this legal?
Asked by derrick
Yes. This bat is legal for Cal Ripken play.
Does this easton bat have the usssa stamp this year?
Asked by Trudy
This bat has the old USSSA stamp (which just says 'USSSA 1.15 BPF'), which is being grandfathered in for the 2012 season. However, starting January 2013 all bats will be required to have the new USSSA stamp.
is this a BBCOR certified bat???
Asked by Raider306
Only -3 adult bats are going to be BBCOR certified. All BBCOR bats on our website will say “BBCOR” in the name of the bat.
i am playing in pony this year, and i wanted to know if this bat can get a far hit easily?
Asked by riles
This is going to be one of the better bats in this price range. This is going to be a bat that is very durable and that you are going to be able to us for a long time. This is going to be a model that you are going to be able to get a lot of pop out of.
will this be a bat that i can use next year in usssa 10 and under
Asked by aussie
This bat does not have the USSSA stamp on the bat. All bats for next year in USSSA will need to have the 1.15 BPF and USSSA stamp on the barrel of the bat.
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Description for Easton Cyclone Youth Baseball Bat: LK38
The Easton Cyclone is sure to blow away the competition this season! This is a great bat for anyone that is looking for an incredible value. Made from Easton's durable 7046 Alloy, the Cyclone is designed for performance. The Cyclone features a one-piece fully aluminum design that was made for performance. With a cushioned grip on the 29/32 Inch thin handle, the Cyclone gives the player an extremely comfortable and in-control feeling when stepping into the batter's box. This -10 model features a balanced swing weight and extended barrel that will maximize a player's swing speed and provide the largest possible sweetspot. Easton: Know-Feel-Be The Difference. With a 1.15 BPF and a 2 1/4 inch barrel diameter, this bat is approved for play in all major youth leagues including Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie Youth, Pony, AABC, and USSSA. The Easton Cyclone comes backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
Ordered on thursday night bat arrived just after noon on friday...everything was just as promised and I actually saved a few bucks..
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