Mizuno F20 PWR-CRBN Fastpitch Bat -10oz (2020)
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On sale now at closeoutbats itís the 2020 Mizuno F20 PWR-CRBN Fastpitch Bat -10oz. This new Mizuno bat consist of a fully composite design and is a 2 piece construction bat. This fastpitch softball bat is approved for ASA, ISA, ISF, NSA, and USSSA. Please be sure to check with your local league for player approval before making your purchase today. Itís full of innovative technology including the Black Onyx Carbon Barrrel that increases power with less break-in time. Additionally, Dynamic Damper technology helps reduce vibrations in the hands for a more comfortable swing. Another notable highlight is the bats Detonator Cor Technology. This means lower barrel compression, a wider sweet spot, and booming impact sound. To finish things off, the colorway is sweet with purple, grey, white and black. Buy yours today from closeoutbats and save big bucks right away!
- Full composite design
- 2-1/4" barrel diameter
- Incredibly powerful and ready for high-performance from the first swing, the F20-PWR CRBN features Mizunoís exclusive Detonator Cor technology to create low barrel compression and a booming impact sound
- Mizunoís new 2-Piece bat also utilizes a patent-pending Dual Frequency Dampener construction to join a Black Onyx Carbon barrel and handle for an incredible feel
- Smooth, powerful, and game-ready, the F20-PWR CRBN is a top bat choice for players looking to maximize their performance at the plate
- Approved ASA, NSA, USSSA, ISA, ISF
Mizuno F20 PWR-CRBN Fastpitch Bat -10oz 340527 (2020)
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.