Easton Synergy 100W Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP12SY100W
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Best bat I've ever used! Do you know if there is anywhere where I can get one?
Since the Easton Synergy 100W (SP12SY100W) has been discontinued we no longer carry it. Your best chance of finding it is most likely on a site like Ebay.
Is there a difference between the synergy 100w and the synergy 100? other than the color of course.
The 2013 Easton Synergy 100W: SP12SY100W Slow Pitch bat is the Brian Wegman pro model. It will have a 12" barrel length. It will decrease the taper and increase the aerodynamics to give the hitter a quicker and more powerful swing. It is for more of the advanced player. It is a one-piece all composite design. The 2013 Easton Synergy 100 is a USSSA Certified bat. This bat is for the more everyday average player. It will have a longer barrel length of 13.5". It is one of the biggest barrels on the market currently. The massive sweet spot makes it almost impossible to miss the ball. It is made of all composite materials. Both bats are great selections depending on your skill level as a player.
I noticed that Easton has the endload weights written on their new bats. What is the actual endload weight of this bat?
The exact endload on the 2013 Easton Synergy 100W: SP12SY100W is unavailable, but according to Easton it is between .5 and 1 oz.
Is this a Senior Bat? Non ASA?
This 2013 Easton Synergy 100W: SP12SY100W Slow Pitch bat is not a Senior Softball bat. The Easton Synergy 100W is approved for play in USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF.
I currently swing the Easton Synergy SRV3 BH. I am looking for a similar bat for USSSA 2013. Is this model as close as I can get?
The 2013 Easton Synergy 100W will be comparable to the Easton Synergy SRV3 BH in performance.
I'm looking into this bat or the Miken NXT Freak Endloaded. For a lefty with pull power that also hits line-drive opposite field, is there one bat that will perform better for that style of play?
Both are one piece composite bats with a ton of pop. The NXT model may have a slightly heavier endloaded feel than the Synergy. If there is more to your game than just power, I may lean towards the Synergy as it will be endloaded, but not quite as endloaded as the NXT.
This is the bat I am talking about.SP12ST100H...The 2013 Easton Stealth Brett helmer edition. Whats the difference between this synergy and the brett helmer stealth? Just that the stealth is a two piece, where as the synergy is a one-piece design?
Yes, that is really the only difference.
What's the difference between this bat and the 2013 Easton Stealth Brett Helmer edition?
There actually is not a 2013 Brett Helmer model. The SP12SY100W is one piece bat with a ton of pop.