Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW Slow Pitch
Average Customer Review
Bat warms up quickly and the distance and feel are like no other. I've hit balls further than any other bat i've tried and I only got 300 hits so far.
The bat has a weird vibrating noise when you drop it. I sent the bat back 2 times and all three have done it. I was told that its that they used a different flex in the handle.
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Can I use this for USSSA or not?
The Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW Slow Pitch is approved for USSSA play.
The responses I've read below are contradictory. I am in the market to purchase a USSSA bat for the 2013 season. I have always enjoyed Easton products and would like to purchase this bat, however, since the USSSA stamp does not appear to be on this bat I figured it was not legal for USSSA play in 2013. Can you confirm that this bat is or is not a legal bat for USSSA play based on the current rules? Will this bat be "retro fitted" with the USSSA stamp?
The following information is confirmed and up-to-date by USSSA: USSSA slow pitch bats must have the new USSSA 1.20 BPF (Bat Performance Factor) Fingerprint stamp beginning in 2013, and this stamp is only on newer bats released in January 2012 or later. No bats with the old USSSA 1.20BPF will be allowed starting in 2013.
I received this bat as a gift but cannot locate the new USSSA mark required in 2013. Do you know if this bat will be unusable in USSSA leagues in 2013? Thanks.
Effective 1/1/2013, all bats must have the new USSSA stamp. The Easton Synergy Tri-Sone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW Slow Pitch bat does not have the new USSSA stamp.
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- 12" Barrel Length
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF
- Carbon Nanotube Technology (CNT)
- Extreme 100+ MPH Performance
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- IMX Composite
- Single System Technology (SST)
- Slight Endload
- Tri-Zone Technology Creates Larger Hitting Area
- Ultra Thin 29/32" Tapered Handle
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