Pros: For the power hitters 50 clams is nothing(buy two), for those of us that can place the ball and are control hitters... buy it. I am 42 years young. This stick is worth every argument with spouse, so that said I can reach the fence when I want and line drive the ball into the holes so I could walk to first (bad knee)... what else do you want.
Cons: A little top heavy, but just like golf let the tool do its job... a little tape for the handle and the tool become VERY friendly. finding the sweet spot might be a challenge for some, but once you do...
Cons: Made Wrong. The Label is on the wrong part of the bat. You should be hitting on the tight grain area which is where the label is.
The label is engraved into the bat which would be fine if it wasn't also the hitting surface.
Long term I'm not sure the effect this will have or if the bat will be ok as long as it is used correctly.
Pros: Lasted me 3 years playing in both hot and cold conditions. Has an end-loaded feel to it, and the stiffness allows me to place the ball easily. Super durable, excellent bang for the buck. Better than the Brett Bros, better than Worth, better than Viper.
Cons: Feels heavier than 28oz, so smaller players might have a hard time keeping up the bat speed.
Pros: I have to amend my previous review. I owned one of these and it stood up for 3 years. I'm not sure if I got a defective model, but this bat broke the very first game. I live in the mojave desert, and it was 70Â°. I hit the ball in the sweet spot and it splintered.
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Could I possibly get a name engraved in this bat?
Asked by Donovan Ahern
Unfortunately there is not name engraving available for the Easton Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SB34.
The label is engraved on one of the 2 sides where the grain is tightest. How should the wood grain be aligned to contact the ball?
Asked by Dave
If a model of this Easton Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SB34) has the label printed on one of the sides of the bat where the grain is the tightest, I would recommend hitting the ball on the side of the bat that is opposite to the label. If you hit the ball in that manner, you will be able to hit with the tight grains and also not expose the label to the ball (which could present durability issues).
What is the warranty on this bat?
Asked by porkslaps22
The Easton Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SB34) does not feature a warranty.
Does this bat come in a 32-33"?
Asked by Ricky
The Easton Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SB34) is only manufactured in a 34" length.
What is the diameter of the barrel? My league doesn't allow bigger than 2 and 1/4 inches.
Asked by Brad
The Easton Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SB34) will have a 2 1/4 inch barrel diameter.
Can you tell me how this bat would hold up against .44 core versus the .52 core? I was just recently informed that the league I am in is using a Worth Gold Dot softballs. Not sure whether it's blue or red laces? I'm told this is an ASA league. I'm looking for a bat with good performance and durability, without getting destroyed within the first few games. I'm not necessarily looking to spend a couple hundred dollars on a bat that can't withstand. Will this bat make the cut, or can you suggest a bat with more promise?
Asked by Tommy Gunnz
The Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat (SB34) will be durable with both types of balls. It is ASA approved, however it does not have the ASA stamp. It is made of quality maple wood that will be durable.
May I know what is the weight of this bat? How many different weights can I choose?
Asked by Tom
The Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB34 Slow Pitch is an approximate -6 length to weight ratio. We only have the 34" length available from Easton.
Does this bat have an ASA stamp on it?
Asked by duktape
No, the Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB34 Slow Pitch bat does not feature the ASA stamp on the barrel.
What is the drop weight of this bat?
Asked by Mike
The Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB34 Slow Pitch is an approximate -6 drop.
My daughter wants what she refers to as a "crack bat" so I want to get her one for Christmas. Apparently this bat makes the crack noise versus the ting noise of the traditional aluminum bat. Is this that type of bat?
Asked by Jasmine
The Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB34 is a wood bat that will make a cracking noise, typical of a wood bat.
If this is an official softball bat, is the barrell 2 1/4" or bigger? My league only allows use of official softball bats.
Asked by Tomahawk
Unfortunately, the Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat: SB34 Slow Pitch bat does not say "official softball" on it as many leagues require.
Is this bat approved by the ASA? American Softball Association?
Asked by GT
Yes, the Easton Maple Wood Softball Bat SB34 is approved for ASA play.
What is the drop on this bat?
Asked by Steve
The Easton SB34 is an approximate -6 drop.
Does this bat come with the ASA approved stamp on it?
Asked by Geoff
The SB34 doesn't have the ASA stamp on the barrel.
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Description for Easton Maple Wood Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SB34
After successfully establishing themselves as a heavyweight in the metal bat market, Easton now turns its focus to making wood bats that live up to the quality its loyal fans have come to expect. The Easton maple wood slow pitch softball bat will live up to your expectations... and then some. Made from hard and durable North American Maple, this bat is perfect for wood bat leagues, batting practice, or recreational use. A high quality bat from barrel to knob, the Easton maple slow pitch bat features laser engraved graphics and a cupped end. Best of all, Easton's wood bats are all handcrafted in California, right here in the U.S.A. With a 34" length and a 7/8" handle, this bat can help players improve their swing by allowing them to step to the plate with a sense of confidence. Easton: Know-Feel-Be The Difference! The Easton Maple Softball Bat is approved for play in ASA and most other leagues. Free Shipping!
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