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Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10
Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10
Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10
Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10
Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10
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  • -10 Length to Weight Ratio

  • IMX Composite Barrel/ CNT Composite Handle

  • Free Shipping!

  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • Single System Technology (SST)

  • Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF

  • Lower M.O.I. Means Faster Swing Speeds

  • Performance Diamond Grip

  • Ultra Thin 29/32" Tapered Handle

  • One-Piece 100% Composite Frame

  • Expanded Sweetspot


Stiff feel, composite design, ultimate power. The all-new Easton Synergy Speed fastpitch softball bat is THE bat power hitters will be swinging this season. Made from Easton's acclaimed IMX Composite, the one-piece Synergy Speed will produce power that players didn't even know they had. The IMX Composite barrel optimizes the sweet spot of the Synergy Speed for maximum performance. Using Single System Technology that improves bat control and balance, the IMX barrel is seamlessly fused with the CNT Composite handle that provides the durable backbone and stiff feel of the Synergy Speed. Measuring 29/32 inches, the ultra thin tapered handle is adorned with a diamond performance grip that makes the Synergy Speed easy to firmly grip while swinging for the fences. Plus, the Synergy Speed features a lower Moment of Inertia (M.O.I.) which means players get a lighter feeling bat. Low M.O.I.'s help players increase their swing speed and ultimately gain more power! Swing the Synergy Speed this season and start racking up bigger hits! Easton: Know-Feel-Be The Difference! The Synergy Speed is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!

Reviews (6)

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Pros: I have this bat and I love it! Great buy! Great pop and hot out of the wrapper you won't regret it!

Cons: None

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Pros: Well balanced and very solid. Getting some nice hits with it for sure!

Cons: Price

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fastpitch travelball bat

Pros: No "Ding" with this bat! Solid performance from top to bottom. ...firm believer that better composite bats perform 25% to 30% better in distance hitting vs cheaper non-composite bats. Also check out the CF5.

Cons: none yet

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Pros: Good pop out of the wrapper

Cons: None

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Pros: My daughter has broken 3 Xenos. I am now a firm believer in one piece bats. First game first pitch 2 run home run. Lots of POP out of the wrapper.

Cons: The grip tends to seperate a little. This does not change the performance of the bat.

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Great bat for a short time Ed Baker coach

Pros: Nice pop and great feel

Cons: Cracked 1 year and 4 days after purchase with 10U girls? Not made for longevity.

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Questions and Answers (31)

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When will additional sizes become available
We will have other sizes coming in the next month or so.
Does this bat have the new usssa stamp(certification)on it?
Yes, the batr has the USSSA stamp on it
What are the differences in this bat and the SRV4B
This bat will be very comparable to last years model. This bat will have very good pop and be very durable. Excellent choice.
Is this the newer version of the 2011 Synge?
No. Easton will be releasing a newer version of the Synge shortly.
Which bat is better for a contact hitter, the Frenzy 4.0 or this bat?
Both are designed the same, so either one would be good.
Does this bat run in 28/18
I've not seen this one in a 28-18, smallest I've seen is the 29-19.
Is this a good bat for power hitters? And is it approved by ASA, USSSA, etc.?
Yes, it is a good bat for power hitters, it is ASA and USSSA approved
Is this bat all composite?
Yes. It is all composite.
Will this bat be available in a 33/24?
No, it is only available in a 33/23. The 2012 Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST9 is available in a 33/24. The Stealth Speed is going to be similar to the Synergy Speed.
I read that the SRV4B was approved by all major organizations (ie. NSA, ASA, USSSA) except NCAA play. Is this newer version (FP11SY10)approved by all organizations as well as NCAA? If NCAA approved, what changed from last year's model to allow NCAA approval. THANKS!
This bat is going to be allowed in NCAA for this year. It has the new USSSA B.P.F 1.15 stamp that makes it legal. The only changes they made for this year was a cosmetic change and that it meets the 1.15 B.P.F
Is that bat considered balanced? (as opposed to end loaded, etc.)
The FP11SY10 is a balanced bat.
What is M.O.I?
MOI stands for Moment of Inertia. In baseball terminology, this refers to the amount of energy required to swing a bat. Not all manufacturer's release the MOI of their bats, but a lower MOI means it will have a lighter swing weight and require less energy to swing the bat.
Is this bat approved and legal for NCAA play? Don't wanna get the bat if it's not.
Yes it is. The FP11SY10 is legal for NCAA play and it is on their approved bat list.
My DD uses an Easton Synergy Clarity SRV1B. It is a couple of years old and I would like to replace it. Which of the new Easton Synergy bats (speed or stealth) is most like the Easton Synergy Clarity?
The Synergy Speed with its one-piece composite design will be more like the Synergy Clarity than the two-piece Stealth.
Which bat is better for a power hitter this bat or the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed?
Typically, stronger power hitters prefer a one piece bat like the Synergy.
Looking at buying my daughter a new bat. Will this bat be legal in 2013, or do I need to wait for the 2013's? When will the 2013 models come out?
The 2012 Easton Synergy Speed has the required 2013 USSSA 1.20 BPF stamp and will be legal in USSSA in 2012 and 2013. We do not have an estimated time when the 2013 models will be released.
This bat and the FP11ST10 apear to have the same materials and be very similar except this is one piece and the stealth is a two piece. Is there any other diference and what is the advantage/disadvantage of one piece vs two piece?
Trying to decide
One-piece bats are more stiff and are advantageous to power hitters because they help generate more power. Two-piece bats will offer a little bit of flex and are more preferred by contact hitters.
When I buy this bat will it have the new USSSA stamp needed for play after sept 2013?
almost decided
Yes it will. If you refer to the Product Images, you will be able to see the stamp.
Is this bat end loaded?
No. The Synergy Speed is a well balanced bat with a lower MOI for faster swing speeds.
Does this bat require a break in period?
The 2012 Easton Synergy Speed is a full composite bat. With that being said, it will require a break-in.
I use a 32" 19oz with average bat speed. Would this bat be a good choice for me??
If you've been swinging a 19 oz bat with average bat speed, I wouldn't recommend going much heavier than that. The Easton Synergy is a great bat, and I would recommend it in a 30" 20 oz model.
How does this bat compare to the Easton Stealth bats?
Both the 2012 Easton Synergy Speed and the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed use top of the line composite materials. The Easton Synergy is a one-piece bat, and will be more stiff than the Easton Stealth Speed.
I have a pretty quick bat speed and im use to swing a 33" 21oz, but i see that its not available in that size, would I be able to go from that to a 33"23oz and still have good bat speed? And also what makes this bat different from the synge?
That's a tough question for us to answer without being able to see and analyze your swing. However, if you have good strength, swing speed, and bat control with the 21 oz bat you're currently using, a move up to a 23 oz model shouldn't be that big of an adjustment. According to Easton, the only difference between the Synergy and Synge is the length to weight ratio.
My daughter has a 32in 2012 synge says its to light and hurts her hands real bad when the ball does not hit the sweet spot.I was looking to get her a synergy because its a little heavier but does this bat have the same vibration problem as the synge?
The Easton Synergy Speed: FP11SY10 Fastpitch bat does a little better job at reducing vibration than the Synge. If you want even better vibration reduction, I would recommend going with a two-piece bat like the Easton Stealth Speed.
I am an over 35's masters player currently using the first Synergy MDL.SCX24B 33/23. I need a new bat and would like something similar. Also what do you mean by it being 'stiff'?
The Easton Synergy Speed: FP11SY10 Fastpitch bat would be the most comparable bat that is currently on the market to the SCX24B. The Synergy is a one-piece bat that is stiffer than a two-piece bat.
Because this bat is not a two-piece composite bat, will it sting when I hit the ball because people have said that the Easton Synge stings when you hit the ball and that bat is also not a two piece composite.
Typically, only one-piece alloy bats sting. Composite materials tend to reduce the amount of sting. However, the two-piece bats generally do have less sting than one-piece bats.
Does this bat meet the standards compared to the new 2013 ones?
Yes, the Easton Synergy Speed meets the same standards as the 2013 model.
Does this bat meet 2013 NCAA approval? I just saw an updated NCAA Approved Bat List as of Sept. 19, 2012 and I'm not seeing this bat listed.
The Easton Synergy Speed: FP11SY10 Fastpitch bat is no longer approved for play in NCAA. It was up until mid-September.
My daughter has this bat and we love it. Unfortunately, I think she has used it so well it may not last much longer and we were thinking of buying another one just like it, but in a newer model. Can you tell me what the newer model is and when it will be available? Is there going to be a 2013 Easton Synergy Speed?
The Easton Synergy Speed: FP11SY10 Fastpitch has been discontinued and was replaced by the 2013 Easton FS2: FP13S2 Fastpitch in Easton's 2013 Series, which we have available on our site. That model has also been discontinued, as Easton is releasing the 2014 Easton FS2: FP14S2 Fastpitch and the rest of their 2014 line on November 1st, 2013.
Is this bat still accepted for play in ASA?
The Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10 is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF.
John P.
Do you have 34inch 24oz?
Unfortunately we do not carry the Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10.
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Easton is the world's leading manufacturer of baseball and softball equipment, and the most iconic brand in these sports. Headquartered in Thousand Oaks, CA, Easton Diamond Sports, LLC. manufactures bats, ball gloves, apparel, bags, batting gloves, helmets, catcher's equipment and related accessories. The company's commitment to innovation and game-changing technologies propelled Easton to the No. 1 bat position, including breakthrough technologies with aluminum and composite materials. As a result of this commitment to R&D and its storied brand heritage, Easton has long-standing relationships with Little League Baseball, USSSA Baseball & Softball, USA Baseball & Softball, hundreds of NCAA collegiate teams and numerous professional baseball and softball players.

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Easton Synergy Speed Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP11SY10
Approved For ASA
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Length to Weight Ratio -10
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