Easton Stealth Flex Fastpitch Bat -9oz (2017)
Flex more Power.
MAD MAX says:
The Stealth is back and in action this season. Easton has innovated a new composite technology called Thermo Composite Technology (TCT).
We first saw this used with the MAKO a while back. Everyone can benefit from TCT as it reduces vibration in the handle and distributes power into the ball upon contact. We would recommend this bat for a girl who really brings the heat such as high school and college softball girls.
The Easton Stealth Mad Maximizes the largest sweet spot without compromising the bat's weight. We would also like to mention this bat has 15% more barrel compression to enhance that pop. As you can see, this bat is very hi-tech and also includes FLEX technology. Flex + CXN zero = Power and feel perfectly aligned.
If you are still unsure, this is an older model bat making it a great value for such a technologically advanced bat. This bat is flying off the shelves so be sure to order one while you still can.
The legendary STEALTH is back, with the all-new FLEX barrel design. FLEX Technology produces a softer, more flexible barrel that delivers more pop, improved feel, and better performance.
- Flex + CXN Zero = Power & Feel perfectly aligned
- 15% more barrel compression = more pop out of the wrapper
- Certification (98MPH): ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, SSUSA, ISF
Easton Stealth Flex Fastpitch Bat -9oz FP17SF9 (2017)
ASA 2004 Certified Softball Bat
All bats in ASA Championship Play must pass the ASA 2004 bat standard. All bats having the 2004 certification mark will be allowed in ASA Championship Play. Bats that have the 2000 certification mark will not be allowed in ASA Championship Play unless they are listed on an approved bat list on the ASA website.
USSSA Certified Softball Bat
USSSA has used a 1.20 BPF standard in its softball programs for 15 years. The BPF standard was developed by NYU Physics Professor Dr. Richard A. Brandt over 15 years ago. The BPF standard is based on fundamental laws of physics that allow Dr. Brandt's testing lab to measure the relative performance of bats to be used in USSSA play.