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2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
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Features

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  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter

  • 100 Comp Formula Uses 100% Premium Aerospace Grade Fiber For Insane Durability

  • 14 Inch Massive Barrel Length

  • ASA Approved Slow Pitch Bat

  • Half-Ounce Endload For Added Power

  • Colorway: Black / Silver / Blue

  • Four-Piece Construction

  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Manufactured With Pride In The USA

  • Recommended For Big Time Hitters

  • Sensi-Flex Technology

  • Tetra Core Technology Creates The Ultimate Amount Of Compression & Barrel Response

  • Manufacturer's Warranty Is Only Valid With Serial Number Sticker

Description

2019 Miken Freak Primo Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
Miken slow pitch bats provide elite technology with out of this world cosmetics that any player can get on board with. For the 2019 season, the Freak Primo is the newest addition to the already stacked Miken slow pitch lineup. The Primo brings you one of the most durable and high performing slow pitch bats to date. This Freak Primo Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat features a standard 2 1/4-inch barrel diameter, a 14-inch 100 COMP barrel, and a half-ounce end load that is preferred by players who want extra power. So much so that it was recently recognized as one of the Best 2019 ASA Softball Bats.

Bat Benefits:
Let's take a deep dive into the Primo barrel construction. Miken uses Tetra Core which is a breakthrough technology that optimizes performance by utilizing an inner core tube, increasing compression for unmatched responsiveness. The outer core layering provides increased flex allowing the inner core tube to maximize sweetspot and durability. Between the powerful barrel and skinny handle, the Flex 2 Power (also known as the F2P) technology optimizes both barrel loading and flex to help boost bat speeds through the hitting zone without sacrificing control. New Sensi-flex technology maximizes energy transfer from the handle to the barrel which will increase your bat speed and help decrease annoying vibration in your hands on mishits. Miken Sports: Legendary On The Field!

Warranty:
Pick up your Miken bat with free shipping and a full one (1) year manufacturer's warranty. Don't forget, with our 24/7 customer service, we'll be here for you from click to hit!

Reviews (10)

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Love Sam Player

Pros: I used to only swing demarini and Monsta,I never used miken in my life. I was introduced to this bat at work and tried it out and it's the best bat I ever had. Took it to the field to test it out, insane pop, the best feel, and incredible overall

Cons: If you like stiff bats, this isn't it. You have to have a real snap in your swing to get this sailing

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Hot out of the wrapper Tyler Player

Pros: Great bat!

Cons: None

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Trampoline! Cody Player

Pros: Hot right out of the wrapper! My team has maybe 50-60 cuts with this bat and it's sending them over the fence right away. The new team favorite bat!

Cons: None

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New is always good Clifford Jaramillo Player

Pros: Great pop!

Cons: Long break in

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Sweet bat! Peter Player

Pros: It required very little break in time. Swings well for strong hitters.

Cons: Hitters that aren’t so strong struggle with this because it doesn’t have as much pop as some bats, and it end loaded

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Great overall bat Rich Player

Pros: Breaks in relatively quickly. Great feel, great pop.

Cons: The paint/graphics gets scuffed up pretty easily.

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Hor bat Brian Player

Pros: A lot of pop

Cons: A couple games to break in

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As expected Eugene Player

Pros: hits and swings just like my Miken Freak Platium Maxload

Cons: none

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A lot of bat Eugene Player

Pros: others love the pop

Cons: none

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Junk bat Matt Player

Pros: Bat has great pop

Cons: Owned 3 separate max load primos. All busted before 150 hits.

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Questions and Answers (16)

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What is the difference between this bat and the Miken DC-41 14" SuperMax ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MDC18A)?
Alec
The main difference between the Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MPRIMA) and the Miken DC-41 14" SuperMax ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MDC18A) will be the swing weight. The Freak Primo features a 1/2 ounce end load and the DC-41 will have a full ounce end load.
Taylor
Is it on the banned list?
steve gierlich
To our knowledge, this 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MPRIMA) will not be on any banned lists. As long as you are playing in an ASA league or tourney, this bat should be good for use.
Ben
Will this bat hold up to 44/375 softball? How does this feel compared to 2014 DeMarini Juggy?
Bdh
The Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA (MPRIMA) should handle any ball just fine in my opinion. As for the feel, this has a .5 oz end load, which is the standard end load of most bats and should be very similar in feel to the DeMarini Juggy.
Kyle
At 71, I do not have a very hard swing. Would you recommend a balanced or max load? Hitting pretty good but looking for a little more power.
Rob
Whether or not to use a balanced or end-loaded bat, like the Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA, is more personal preference. The 1/2 ounce end load on the Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA can certainly assist with additional power.
Cameron
Is this bat good for USSSA also?
Junior Santiago
No, the Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA can only be used in ASA leagues.
Cameron
What is the best bat weight to use for this model?
David
There is no exact best bat weight to use when hitting with the Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA. This bat does feature a 1/2 ounce end load so most will use either the 27 or 28 ounce size.
Cameron
Is this bat considered stiff or flexy?
Victor
Because this 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (MPRIMA) features a 2-piece design, I would comment that this bat will have a more flex feel to it.
Ben
Time to take it back, I used to religiously swing the ASA Recoil and then tried the ASA Triad, but wasn't satisfied with the Triad. I've been swinging a '14 Juggy for the last 5 years and love it (bought 4 of them). How does the Primo stack up to the old Red Recoil?
Robert Hifler
The Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA is a two-piece composite bat while the Miken Recoil was a one-piece composite bat. It would be hard to say whether the Primo will have the same performance capabilities out of the box like the Recoil. What can be said, is the Primo will feel much better on those hits that are not squared up as the two-piece design will flex on contact.
Cameron
Is this the best bat out there for the 52 cor 300 comp softballs?
Jim Webster
The 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA will probably be one of the top performing bats available right now, regardless of the ball being used.
Kyle
Would the balanced version of this bat be good for fast pitch?
Marc C
We would not recommend using a slow pitch softball bat for fastpitch softball, as slow pitch bats are not legal for use in women's fastpitch softball. The women's fastpitch ball is also more firm than a slowpitch ball so it can be very hard on the bat itself.
Kyle
What is the difference between this and the DC-41 for this year?
Brian Guest
The 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA is a four-piece construction and the DC-41 is a three-piece bat. Also, the Freak Primo has a half ounce end load and the DC-41 has a full ounce end load.
Tori
What’s the difference between this and the 2018 Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Bat #MF20MA?
Brian Guest
The 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA and the 2018 Freak 20th Anniversary will be the same as far as material and performance. The only difference will be cosmetic.
Tori
Is this bat a 1.20 or 1.21?
James
The Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA is neither USSSA (1.20) nor SSUSA (1.21) so it will not feature either.
Cameron
What is the difference between the 2019 Freak® 23 Maxload ASA Bat and 2019 Freak® Primo Maxload ASA Bat?
Mike
The main difference is the Primo has a 14" barrel length while the Freak 23 has a 12" barrel length.
Kyle
Except for cosmetics, what other current or past Miken ASA bat models are exactly the same as the 2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA? Example: are either or all of the Miken Freak 20th Anniversary Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MF20MA, Miken Freak Patriot Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: FPATMA, and/or the 2017 Miken Freak Platinum Slowpitch Softball Bat Maxload ASA FKPTMA the exact same bat(s) as the subject, except for cosmetics? It would be helpful to me in comparing apples to apples of bats I have experience with if I could know if they are identical in construction or how tgey are different. The only thing I can see in descriptions that are different is that in the Freak Primo it says it is a 4 piece bat and in the others it says they are 2 piece bats. But, is that just a change in how they are marketed or an actual evolution in bat construction and quality? Any detailed help you can give would be much appreciated!
Mike
For the last few years nearly all Miken bats under the "Freak" line have been made of the 100 Comp material and used other similar technologies. The only different have been cosmetics and small tweaks such as barrel length (12" vs 14"), the amount of pieces it is made of, the amount of end load (Maxload .5 oz vs SuperMax 1.0 oz), and other small adjustments such as that to offer more options to suit more players.
Kyle
Will the 12" barrel model swing lighter than the 14" barrel?
Joe
I personally thing both models have a very similar swing weight, and there isn't really much difference between the two.
Kyle
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About the Brand

During the past few years, serious softball players have looked to Miken Sports for bats that provide the highest levels of performance and durability. Our relentless focus on both technology and the demands of players has made Miken the most demanded line of softball bats today.

Although composites are the latest trend in softball bats, the technology has been the core of Miken's success since the company's inception. Miken pioneered the modern high-performance composite softball bat in 1998 and has pushed the limits with every model since. No other bat company has driven innovation as hard, and the results are indisputable. Look around. If a player is serious about softball, they are most likely swinging a Miken bat.

The success of Miken Sports has been driven by two forces - innovation and a passion for delivering what players demand. The results are obvious. Players have decided that composites are the future for bats, and no one does composite like Miken.

Bat Properties

2019 Miken Freak Primo 14" Maxload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: MPRIMA
Approved For ASA
Barrel Diameter 2 1/4"
Barrel Length 14 Inch
Bat Construction Four-Piece
Bat Type Softball
Color Black Blue
Deals Personalization Eligible Bundle and Save Closeout Bats
Hitting Style Power Hitter
Material Composite
Price $200 - $299.99
Series Freak
Softball Bats Slow Pitch
Swing Weight Slightly End-Loaded
Vendor Miken

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