Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW Slow Pitch
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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.
What Assoc's is this bat league for in 2013?
The Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW Slow Pitch bat is approved for Play in USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF.
IS IT A SINGLE WALL?
No, the Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman is a multi layer composite bat.
Are these bats illegal for any slow pitch softball leagues?
The Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW Slow Pitch is not a legal ASA bat.
how long does it take to break the new scn20 in?
The typical break in time for any composite bat, including the Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman: SCN20BW, will be about 150 hits. We recommend making sure to rotate the bat a quarter turn between each hit to get an even break in.
Does this bat have the new USSSA 2013 Stamp that will be required Jan 1, 2013 for Utrip?
This bat does not have the USSSA stamp on the bat. The picture that we show on our website of the stamps and the certifications on the bat is exactly the way that the bat looks.
Does it bear the new Utrip logo ? actually do any of eastons bats bear the new logo?
As of 11/8/2011 this bat does not have the new logo.
why isnt th bat asa approved what makes it not be approved
It has to do with the speed in which the ball comes off the bat. ASA has slightly different standards than USSSA and the others.
How does this bat compare to the 2011 Brett Helmer Synergy Trizone. I currently have the Brett Helmer 30oz, but it seems that the pop is starting to fade. How long do these bats last? Are they good until they break? And is this the optimal home run utrip bat?
Name basically. All bats loose their pop over time depending on the amount of games played.
Is it better, equal or lesser than the Easton synergy Trizone BH-SCN18BH?
I would say it is just as good as the Brett Helmer version. Easton is top notch with the Tri-Zone technology.
does it perform as well as the older models and is it a powerhitters bat or basehitters bat
Yes this bat will perform as the older models. This bat is a powerhitters bat due to the one piece design and slight endloaded feel.
can this be usued in asa
No. This bat is not ASA approved.