Pros: Tried out this bat this evening and it has a lot of pop. The gripping of the bat is much better than the 2011 stealth and does have a great sweet spot. Highly recommend it.
Cons: Not having it :(
Easton Stealth Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11ST10
This bat has a great sweet spot
Best bat I've ever used
Pros: Tried out this bat this evening and it has a lot of pop. The gripping of the bat is much better than the 2011 stealth and does have a great sweet spot. Highly recommend it.
Cons: Not having it :(
Pros: This bat is awesome. My daughter had the 2011 and now the 2012. She will never use another bat again. She is 12 and has benn playing select fastpitch softball since she has been 9. SHe is hitting harder and farther then ever.
Cons: none yet!!!!!
Pros: My team has this bat as a team bat and I've been hitting with it all season. I am absolutely in love with it. I had a game on Monday where I hit back to back homeruns with this bat. When you make contact with the ball, it just flies. I have never had any of that awful vibration on my hands whenever I hit it right off the end of the bat. I used to swing the DeMarini CF4, but it broke at practice last week, so I'm definitely buying this one for my next bat.
Pros: Bat arrived in excellent condition. I could tell a big difference within 2 weeks of my daughter using the bat. She had to get use to using a drop 10 after using a drop 13 the past season. When she got use to the bat, you could tell that it has a lot of pop. It really has increased her hitting distance.
Pros: Daughter loves this bat. The head balance drives the sweet spot through the hitting zone and the ball pops off of the bat. Comfortable grip. Ordered the bat through Just Bats, Great Company!!
Cons: Absolutely None.
Pros: I love this bat!It has a huge sweet spot and has a great grip. Definitely favorite bat of all the bats I've ever had!!
Cons: Everyone wants to use it so you don't get to use it much!!
Pros: Bought this bat for my daughter who was a decent hitter but now she is hitting to the fence big difference. I was a firm believer in it's not the bat it is the person swinging it it seems I was wrong.
Cons: Not buying it sooner.
Pros: My 14 year old daughter first used the bat at a tournament. She hit 2 stand up triples for 4 RBI's, 1 walk off, 3 run homerun, and a couple of singles. Everthing she hit just jumped off the bat. She has a Demarini CF4 and CF5 and did not like how they felt. She loves this bat!
Pros: love this bat! deffienelty buy this... i had the 2011 and 2012 is so much better, i am a slapper but when i hit wth it i got stand up triples and sometimes homeruns....LOVE IT!
Cons: THERES ABSOLUTLY NOTHING WRONG WITH IT BUY IT RIGHT NOW
Pros: Amazing Sweet Spot!
Pros: This bat has a great sweet spot! It is really solid.
Cons: My bat broke after less than a year. It is great while it lasts.
Pros: Great bat with a lot of pop to hit. Great sweet spot.
Cons: I purchased the bat in March 2012 and the barrel cracked in May. It was great while we had it.
Pros: Great sweet spot! My Daughter consistently hits home runs with this bat. She plays 8U and her hitting has been phenomenal since purchasing this bat.
Pros: Best bat I've ever used!! I've been playing softball since I was 5 and no bat comes close to this one! Lots of pop when you hit the ball, light weight, and you can't feel the shock on your hands if you hit it off the end or the handel. Our whole team uses it and when you hit a home run, you can tell! The first time I used it I hit a home run and now it's the only bat I ever dream about using!
Pros: My daughter loves this bat. She has used Easton Stealth bats for years and by far likes this one the best.
Cons: We had this bat for 30 days and it cracked on the barrel. I called Easton and they had me a new one in just two days. 30 days later it cracked in another spot on the barrel again I called Easton and they shipped me a new one in two days. This bat is expensive but Easton takes care of their customers.
Pros: I got this bat for my granddaughter in May and she has hit 3 home runs so far. She let her friend use the bat and she has hit 2 home runs. Awesome bat with great sweat spot.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: Everything! Perfect for bunting and home runs, base hits and doubles! Amazing bat :)
Pros: Awesome Bat! Got it before going to Canada. Hit two out of the park homeruns and brought the GOLD cup home to the USA! International Champions!
Pros: this is the 2nd Easton Stelth bat that I have purchased and I will be buying a new one for my 13 year old daughter next year. she is not a very big girl but can drive them to the fence with the big girls.
Cons: Everybody wants to use it.
Pros: Great bat for the money. We switched from an end loaded to an even balanced bat and this one is really good.
Cons: None so far. I have read where they break easily. We will see.
Pros: Hot bat right out of the wrapper. Was swingin CF5 and wanted a bat that was same size but "felt" a bit more end loaded. This bat is exactly what I wanted.
Cons: have heard that this bat is not extremely durable so will have to see how it does through the high school season. As of now, no complaints!
Pros: I bought this bat for my 12 yr. old daughter for her birthday right after her tournament season ended in August. She swung it at practice and I noticed the ball just jumped off the bat and when she squared it up the ball definitely went further than her demarini CF4. Reading some of the reviews before I bought the bat some parents said their daughters were hitting homers right out of the wrapper. I said yeah right, no bat is going to make girls all of a sudden start smashing balls. I just thought some of these reviews were exaggerated, but they wern't. My daughter used it for the first time this weekend and she hit her first homerun, and for good measure she hit a double and triple. Great bat, just buy it.
Cons: Everyone wants to use it!!!
Pros: hit good, my daughter loves this bat. I would definitely recommend this bat.
Cons: It has bad grip
Pros: I love this bat. One of the best bats ive ever had. Has great pop to it. I would get this bat if i was u.
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My daughter is 5'3" and is an all around hitter. What bat would you recommend?
I'd take a look at the new Easton 2015 Easton MAKO Fastpitch Softball Bat (FP15MK10) as it will be the most similar to that older Easton Stealth Speed model.
What bat compares to this now? My daughter is 5'10 and 180 pounds of pure power. We bought the FS1 and she hates it and needs a new bat for college.
The model that replaced the Easton Stealth Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat (FP11ST10) is the new Easton FS1. That model features the same two-piece fully composite design as well as the balanced swing weight. If she is more of a power hitter, going with an end loaded design may be something to take into consideration. The Easton that would most likely be similar (with an end load) would be the FX1. Another great option to check out would be the end loaded DeMarini CF7 Insane.
Is it still legal for ASA and high school ball in 2014?
The Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch should be legal because it has the ASA stamp, but it is always best to check with league officials or a coach first since it will not contain the new USSSA stamp.
What is the newer model of this bat? The SSR4Bb? What would you suggest for a 31" end loaded bat?
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch replaced the Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch. The end loaded version of the Easton Stealth Speed is the 2014 Easton FX1: FP14X1 Fastpitch. The smallest size available is a 32". The 2013 DeMarini CF5 Insane: DXCFI Fastpitch is also end loaded and would be a good alternative for a 31" bat.
My daughter used this bat of a teammate and loved it, hit very well with it. I can't seem to find one. Any suggestions on something comparable? She is 13, playing travel and school ball.
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch replaced the Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch. It will be higher performing and more durable than the Easton Stealth Speed.
when is the 2013 coming out? Or is it already out?
Unfortunately, we have not received any information yet regarding Easton's new 2013 line. We should have more info in the next few weeks.
My daughter has outgrown her 32-22 Stealth; she's been borrowing other bats, but now we need our own. She's now 5'10 and has slugging power to get it to the fence. Coach suggested another Stealth, but I see there are two different types. Your suggestion?
We actually only have one Easton Stealth Fastpitch bat, which is this one you asked about. If she's had success in the past with an Easton Stealth, I would absolutely recommend sticking with it as she would be much more likely to have continued success at the plate.
I was wondering what, if any, manufacturing differences there are between the 2011 Stealth Speed and the 2012 Stealth speed. My daughter has used the 2011 and wants to get the 2012 model for this year.
From 2011 to 2012, there were no major overhauls with the Stealth Speed. The biggest difference (which isn't much) is that the 2012 model is a little more balanced with a slightly lighter swing weight. This isn't too noticeable, but can make a little bit of a difference in the player's swing. Both have similar pop and durability.
we are trying to decide between a easton stealth, demarini cf5, and a worth 454 which would be best to choose for a contact hitter with average power for a competitive softball team, i've seen reviews that say the 454 isn't very durable and also reviews stating the demarini isn't balanced. What is your input, and what bat would you suggest?
I would suggest sticking with the same brand or type of bat she has used in the past with the most success. So much of hitting is psychological, and it's always recommend that a player stick with the same type of bat they have used in the past with the most success. In doing so, the player is much, much more likely to have continued success at the plate. All are great bats. The CF5 is the most popular right now followed by the Stealth Speed then 454.
I just bought this bat 3 months ago and the season is over. i was told this bat is not leagal for highschool softball in 2013. Is this true?
Based on the information we have, the Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch bat will still be legal in High School play in 2013.
can i order a 32"?
As of 7/30/2012, we do not have any 32" models of the Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch bat in stock. This is a closeout model and more than likely, will not be getting any additional sizes in stock.
Which bat is better, the Xeno or Stealth Speed?
Both the Louisville Slugger TPS Xeno and the Easton Stealth Speed are very high performing bats that will have a lot of pop. You really can't go wrong with either one.
Is this bat good for USSSA 2013 play?
Yes, the Easton Stealth Speed is legal for 2013 USSSA play.
My daughter is 5'0, 96 lbs. She's 3rd in her line up and she bunts, slaps, and hits for power. What size bat should she use and is this a good bat for her?
A 31" model would be recommended, and the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch bat is a great option for an all around hitter.
is this approved for NAIA college softball? My daughter has 2 other Eastons that they say she can not use.
NAIA is following NCAA rules. According to NCAA's approved bat list, the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10 Fastpitch is approved for play: https://nfca.org/web_docs/forms/ncaabatlist.pdf
I have a power hitter and we are trying to decide between the Stealth or the Synergy Speed, the lime green/white.
Both the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed and the 2012 Easton Synergy Speed use IMX Composite. The Easton Synergy Speed is a one-piece bat, best suited for a power hitter.
What is the difference between the Easton Stealth Speed and the Synergy Speed?
The 2012 Easton Stealth Speed is a two-piece composite bat and the Easton Synergy Speed is a one-piece all composite bat. The Easton Synergy will be stiffer than the Easton Stealth Speed.
My girl is a Senior in high school and is a slapper. She is looking at the IMX series. Which bat, IMC composite, two-piece IMX composite, THT100, or the one-piece THT100 scandium alloy, would be a better fit? She currently uses a Stealth. I would like to purchase something that will help her have some power, but not end loaded. Thanks.
Based on the information given, I would recommend the Easton Stealth Speed. The Stealth will provide some power for a slapper since it is a very high performing composite.
Will the 2011 Easton SSR3B Stealth Speed Fastpitch Bat be illegal in 2013?
The Easton SSR3B will be approved for play in 2013 for ASA. It will not be approved for USSSA play in 2013 because it does not have the new USSSA BPF 1.20 thumbprint stamp.
Will this bat still be good for the 2013 season?
Yes. The Easton Stealth Speed does have the BPF 1.20 USSSA stamp that is valid for the 2013 season.
When will the 2013 Easton Stealth Speed Fastpitch bat be available?
The projected arrival date that we have for the new Easton Fastpitch line will be the 2012 Holiday Season, mid November to be exact. For additional information feel free to contact our customer service at 1-866-321-2287.
My daughter plays travel and school ball. She is 14 yr. She needs a bat that has evenly distributed weight, -10 and light. Is this a good bat and is the weight even distributed?
The 2012 Easton Stealth Speed is a balanced bat with great pop and performance.
Looking for a Stealth 28" 17 oz., having a hard time finding it.
There no 28" 17 oz. Easton Stealth Speeds available. Here is a link for all the 28" 17 oz. bats we have in stock; http://www.justbats.com/products/softball%20bats~fastpitch/length~28%20inch/weight~17%20oz/.
My daughter is a left handed slapper, 5' and 92 lbs, 13 yrs old. Plays travel ball and made varsity for high school (combined 7th to 12th ). She is a lead off slapper for travel and not a power hitter. Between this bat and the DeMarini CF5, which would be better? Thanks!
To be completely honest with you, both the CF5 and Stealth Speed are two of the highest end bats on the market. Both are two piece, full composite bats. It's really going to come down to your personal preference as both the Stealth Speed and CF5 are great bats often preferred by slap hitters.
What is difference between this bat and the model SCN6B that my daughter uses now?
There is not a huge difference between the two bats. The 2012 uses new IMX composite material in the barrel of the bat. Both use the CNT technology, for great durability and performance.
My daughter is 12 and plays competitive softball. She is a contact hitter, fast bat speed but can hit with pretty good power. I don't want an end loaded bat for her but trying to decide between the Easton Speed, Synergy, or Xeno? Thoughts?
Stronger hitters with good bat speed usually benefit from one piece bats like the Synergy or Xeno. I think the Synergy may be a little more balanced than the Xeno. All three bats are on the same level in terms of pop, but the Synergy may be my top recommendation.
Hello... I have a question about fast pitch softball bats in general. I was told that my bat had to have a special sticker thing to be able to use it in a game, so how do I tell which bats are approved and which aren't? And if im about 6'2 and 14 yrs old what bat would you recommend? Thanks
It all depends on what league or organization you play under as they all have different regulations in regard to certification marks on their bats. I recommend giving our support team a call at 1-866-321-2287 and we can help guide you in the right direction.
How does the Easton stealth FP11ST10 compare to Louisville Slugger Xeno FP12X?
The Easton Stealth Speed and the Louisville Slugger TPS Xeno are very similar bats. Both of them are two piece composite designs and will have the same amount of pop. The two bats will perform very similarly and you can't really go wrong with either!
I am thinking about buying this bat, but i never used it before. is there a return policy in case I don't like it?
If it has not been hit with you can return the bat back to us for full credit or an exchange, once the bat is hit with it must be returned back to the manufacturer
For a non power hitter is this bat better for her, or is another bat better?
Two piece bats like the Stealth Speed are recommended for a non power hitter.
Does this bat have the new USSSA thumb print that will be required in 2013?
Yes, this bat does feature the new USSSA for 2013 and is legal.
I have heard that the two piece composite bats are more fragile than one piece. Is this true about the Stealth Speed?
There really isn't any truth to that statement, or enough facts to back it up. So... I would say that the Stealth Speed has just as good durability as any other two piece bat.
Can this bat be used in cold weather?
Since this bat is a composite bat, it is not recommended to use in temperatures that are about 55 degrees or lower. This doesn't mean you absolutely can't use the bat in these temperatures, but is recommended to really limit your bats use, as it can decrease the life of your bat.
What is biggest difference from the 2011 Stealth?
The Fp11ST10 is an upgrade with the same specifications. For more information on Easton bats you can call our customer support at 1-866-321-2287.
Is this bat end-loaded?
This bat is going to have a very balanced feel. Easton designed the bat to have a lower M.O.I. which will give the player faster swing speed.
What's the difference between fp11st10 and ssr3b
They have the same composite material. It is going to be a cosmetic change and they used a new softer grip for the FP11ST10
What is the difference between this bat and the 2011 stealth speed ssr3b version?
Other than the paint scheme they are both going to be a very balanced two piece design.
Hi, is this a balanced or end loaded bat?
This will have a balance feel.
is this bat ncaa approved
Yes, this bat is approved for NCAA play.
Do college teams use this bat?
Some teams may use this bat. This bat is legal for college use.
do you have a 31" 21oz now?
We do currently have the 31" 21 oz in stock.
What is the difference between a one piece and a two piece composite design? Does the difference affect performance?
The two piece composite bats are going to have more flex than a one piece bat. Both have composite barrels so they will perform similar to each other.
Do you have in stock the 31' 21 oz
Yes, if you look on the page, the sizes we have in stock are listed, and the 31-21 is listed.
What is the difference between the 2009 stealth and the 2012 stealth?
The 2009 was a little hotter than the 2012 stealth based on customer feedback. The 2012 model is still going to be a very high performing ba
is this bat top heavy?
Yes, it is slightly top heavy, which many feel is where the power comes from.
Will i be able to use this bat in the batting cages without ruining it?
If the cage you go to uses real softballs and not the compressed rubber ones, there is no problem. The compressed rubber ones are so compressed they are hard on composite bats.
i would like to know if this bat is approved for 2012
Yes, it is.
Do they make a 33/23 in this bat?
They do make it, we are just currently out of stock in it. We should be getting some more in January.
Do they make this bat in 31 x 19.5
No. They do not make half sizes.
What is the break in reccomendation for this bat?
To break in a composite bat you should take 100-200 swings off a tee or soft toss. Rotate the barrel about a 1/4 inch each hit to break in the composite material evenly. Stay away from the yellow dimpled balls in the batting cages because they can damage the bat.
Is this a composite softball bat?
The FP11ST10 is a two-piece fully composite design.
Does this bat come in 31" 21oz?
Yes it does come in a 31/21, but we do not have any left in stock, nor do we have on order.
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