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Easton 2014 Mako Youth -11 Fastpitch Softball Bat

SPEED SERIES: A streamlined barrel design removes excess mass from the barrel for a lighter swing weight and lower MOI.

Speed=Power. The Easton Mako Youth bat is a one-piece aluminum -11 evenly balanced design with end cap for increased bat control.

Bat Specifications
Drop: -11 Youth Bat
Barrel: 2 1/4"
Handle: 29/32"
Certified: USSSA 1.20, ASA, NSA, ISA, ISF
Barrel Load: Balanced
Material: Aluminum Alloy
Construction: One-piece
Grip: Cushioned Grip
Warranty: One Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Available Sizes: 25in 14oz, 26in 15oz, 27in 16oz, 28in 17oz, 29in 18oz, 31in 20oz.

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Aluminum/composite bats carry the manufacturer's warranty in addition to our 30-day "No Sweat" Guarantee. If your aluminum/composite bat is defective, the manufacturer requires that it be returned directly to them. Please call the manufacturer toll free for current details. For non-defective aluminum/composite bats, simply return it to us within 30 days, unused and in the original "shrink-wrapped" packaging.

Team Express and all its brands are authorized bat dealers. All bat purchases will come with a valid sales receipt, and we can provide a copy of a sales receipt at any time to the original purchaser.

Easton Bats: 1-888-259-1297
Easton's mission is to deliver a significant and measurable performance advantage to every athlete playing baseball, fastpitch, and slow-pitch. In 1976 Easton Sports introduced the world's first high performance aluminum baseball bat and continued to revolutionize the game with the introduction of the first two-piece composite bat. That determination and maverick rule-breaking behavior has led Easton to continually develop products that will be there for the athlete when the moment of truth presents itself.
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