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Easton SCN2 Synergy Plus CNT Softball Bat

Easton SCN2 Synergy Plus CNT Softball Bat

Re-Issue Easton SCN2 Synergy CNT Plus. DOES NOT COMPLY with ASA 2004 Bat Performance Standard. DOES COMPLY with All Other Major Softball Association Bat Performance Standards in effect as of January 1, 2005 - USSSA, NSA, ISA, SSUSA, & ISF. Addition of CNT carbon nanotube technology strengthens composite structures, optimizing designs for maximum performance. Designed for more handle flex - two times greater than aluminum. New 13.5" extended barrel - longer barrel equals longer sweet spot. New patent pending Extended Flex design lengthens the sweet spot by increasing the barrel flex towards the contour and end of the bat to allow maximum performance across the entire barrel. Hottest 100+ MPH Performance. Patent-pending IMXTM - Integrated MatriX technology optimizes the relationship between materials, design and manufacturing process. Slightly end loaded for more power. Ultra-thin 29/32" handle with Pro-Tack cushioned grip. No Manufacturer Warranty. This is a re-issue by Easton of the original SCN2.
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  Product Details

Barrel Material Composite
Length 34
Taper Material Composite
Length of Warranty No Warranty
Approved Sanctions USSSA 2012, NSA
Model Number SCN2
Type of Construction One Piece

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