Easton Synge: FP11SG Fastpitch
Average Customer Review
Great pop and big sweet spot. It is hot out of wrapper (and I hate when you see that ina review but it's true) The ball really does fly off this bat and my 11 year old loves it.
It started showing spider webbing on barrel only after a few hits of BP. After a couple practices, the finish is starting to chip on barrel. Hasn't effected performance but afraid umpire will say we can't use in game beause of chipping and webbing. Remains to be seen. Daughter stil loves this bat.
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My daughter is 13 and we are looking at getting her a new bat, she is 5' 8'' tall and she swings a 32" 22 oz. bat and we are wondering what length and weight to get or what bat to get if you don't recommend this one.
The Easton Synge: FP11SG Fastpitch bat will have a drop of 11.5. It will be lighter than her -10, 32" 22 oz. I would stay at the -10 size instead of trying to get a lighter bat. Checkout this option: 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS Xeno: FP13X Fastpitch. It will be a -10.
I'm 17 and looking for a really good composite bat. A lot of these reviews have daughters that are like 11 or 12, is this bat specifically for younger girls?
At drop -11.5, the Easton Synge: FP11SG Fastpitch is designed with younger girls in mind. At high school level play, the most common weights are drop -8 to -10.
My granddaughter is 16, 135 lbs. and 65" in height. Will the 34" 22.5 ounce be a problem for her?
With the height and weight given we suggest that your granddaughter get the Easton Synge: FP11SG Fastpitch in the 32" 20.5 oz. size.
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- -11.5 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF
- Expanded Sweet Spot
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- IMX Composite Barrel/ CNT Composite Handle
- Lower M.O.I. Means Faster Swing Speeds
- One-Piece 100% Composite Frame
- Performance Diamond Grip
- Single System Technology (SST)
- Ultra Thin 29/32" Tapered Handle
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