EAN-130658925025990   EAN-13 barcode 0658925025990
UPC-A658925025990   UPC-A barcode 658925025990
Product NameMiken Rev-Ex Light Comp Fast Pitch Softball Bats
CategorySports / Exercise
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Price New199.95 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Long DescriptionMiken Rev-Ex Light Comp Fast Pitch Softball Bats A Game Changing Level Of Performance & Durability If bat speed and power are what you are looking for, you've found your bat. The Miken Rev-Ex Light Comp fast pitch softball bat will give you a revolutionary experience on the field this year. Miken Rev-Ex Light Comp Fast Pitch Softball Bats feature: One-piece bat made from premium aerospace grade carbon and aramid fibers 750X Technology produces a game changing level of performance and durability Ultra-lightweight swing weight for ultimate bat speed Lower M.O.I. for faster swing speeds ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA approved 21/4" barrel 1-Year Warranty Length/Weight (-12): 30"-18 oz 31"-19 oz 32"-20 oz 33"-21 oz *Note: MINUS (-) DROP: Refers to the differential between the length and weight of a bat. As an example a (-)10 bat would be a 29 length 19 oz weight bat. Miken...Elite Equipment For The Elite Player
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