Pros: Hottest bat i've EVER used out of the wrapper. First at bat 300ft plus in a cross wind approx 10mph(i honestly mean first at bat, no warm up swings). Fifth and Sixth at bat 2 more 300 ft plus bombs with wet, semi-soggy balls. Undoubtedly a bargain for $240, you won't go wrong.I chose a 26oz, maybe should have went with the 27oz.
Cons: Maybe the color? Who really cares with this kind of performance.Some cats were making fun of the orange and white
Pros: My friend had a salvo first time i swang it hit one out... second time hit one out... bought one of my own and only one since then... it feels great in your hands but i think it needs a break in period
Pros: We used this bat as a replacement for the Freak 98 which finally gave out on us. Only thing to say is my whole team digs this bat. Great feel, great pop and great all around bat by Easton. I have some MONSTER HR's come off this bat. Well worth the $199
Cons: NONE so far except ours broke in the first 4 weeks but every single player was using it
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Is this bat approved to be used for USSSA currently?
Asked by Jeff
No, the Easton Salvo Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SRV5 is not going to have the new USSSA stamp that all bats now need to make it legal.
What would be a comparable bat to the Easton Salvo 34 inch 30 oz softball bat? I love it, but my bat just broke.
Asked by Carlos
The 2015 Miken DC-41 SuperMax (BTGDCU) will be very similar. This model will be a two-piece composite, and will also incorporate a slight end-load design as well. It will be very durable and high performing. Therefore, I would recommend taking a closer look at it.
Hi. Does this bat come in a 28 ounce, and will you be getting it soon?
Asked by Kerry
The Easton Salvo is discontinued and we will not be getting more stock. The 2013 Easton Salvo Comp 98: SP12SV98 Slow Pitch replaced the Easton Salvo and is available in a 34" 28 oz.
As the industry leader for over 30 years, Easton Baseball/Softball has continued to raise the bar with innovation, originality and ingenuity. It began in 1969, when Easton produced the first true aluminum bat, and has continued throughout the past three decades with virtually all significant industry "firsts" having been pioneered by Easton: first CU31 bat; first C405 bat; first titanium bat; first Carbon Core bat; first Scandium bat; etc. The trend continues today with bats such as the Tri-Shell and the ConneXion. The patented Tri-Shell design features a super elastic rubber sleeve san.... read more
Description for Easton Salvo Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SRV5
The Easton Salvo Slow Pitch Softball Bat is here and ready to prove that it is the hottest ASA approved slow pitch bat on the market. Easton has always been one of the industry's best manufacturers and that trend continues with the 2011 Salvo: SRV5. Having enough pop to clear the fence will become an after-thought, and wondering if your ball will ever land will become a reality. The SRV5 is a one piece, full composite bat made from Easton's IMX Composite, which provides the utmost in performance and durability. The SRV5 has a 12" slightly end loaded barrel to add power and consistency to every swing. The 2 ¼" barrel and 29/32" tapered handle provide increased swing speed and comfort. Generating power won't be an issue with this bat, but hiding it from your teammates will. Performance isn't the only thing this bat has going for it; from top to bottom it features a new look for the 2010 season. Stop wondering if you can hit the ball over the fence and go get the Easton Salvo: SRV5 slow pitch softball bat and guarantee it. Approved for ASA, USSSA, ISA, NSA and ISF. This bat comes with Easton's exclusive 400 day Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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