Pros: I used this bat for the first time last weekend and it reminded me of the Synergy Flex SCN3. Hot line drives and huge bombs. The bat had about 125 swings on it when I first used it and now I have to get one of my own. Easton has got it right with this one
Pros: I have played for 18+ years of serious tournament ball at a high level. Played in a Lone Softball Tournament and just so happened to see this bat for sale by the LSF. Got to talking to the guy and I decided to give this bat a try. I used to swing the Flex (SCN3) and on the first game with this bat that same day, dropped a monster bomb easily 350-375 ft. Bat feels the same way as my old flex. Even though i prefer endloaded, this bat felt great in my hands. Looks like I'll be trying out the Brian Wegman version of this soon enough. Don't Hesitate pick this bat up ASAP!!!
Cons: If any thing, order one ounce heavier. This bat swings light!
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What's the difference between this bat and the stealth?
Asked by Sal
The Synergy is a one-piece composite bat. The Stealth is a two-piece composite bat.
Does this bat have the new USSSA stamp for 2013?
Asked by Shay
The SP12SY100 does feature the most up to date USSSA certification that would make it legal for play through the 2013 Seasons. For additional information feel free to contact our customer service at 1-866-321-2287.
Hey, I've swung the Easton Synergy CNT 100+ for the last 3-5 years consistanly, is the 2013 Easton Synergy 100 USSSA Softball Bat SP12SY100 the exact equivalent to the original CNT or will that classic NEVER be duplicated?
Asked by Rob
The 2013 Synergy is not the exact same as the old CNT. Easton upgraded the composite in the handle of the Synergy to give it a little more durability. Performance will be close to the old CNT, but not the exact same.
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Description for Easton Synergy 100 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP12SY100
New for 2013! The Easton Synergy has been providing softballers the one-piece power they desire for years. The Synergy 100 will undoubtedly become the preferred bat among players looking for a stiff design with the pop and durability that top players demand. The IMX Composite barrel on the Synergy 100 optimizes the sweet spot for maximum performance every time up. This extended 13.5 inch IMX barrel is balanced to give players maximum control and 100+ MPH power at the plate. The barrel seamlessly transitions into a Black Carbon Composite handle that improves the feel of the bat and reduces vibration on mishits. This seamless design is made possible through Easton's Single System Composite Design that gives players a stiffer feel and more bat control. The handle is made ultra-thin at 29/32 inch and wrapped with a Performance Diamond Grip to give players the tack and feel needed to produce monster games at the plate. Easton: Know-Feel-Be The Difference! The Easton Synergy 100 is approved for play in USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. It is backed by Easton's Exclusive 400 Day Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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