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EASTON® Youth Speed Brigade S500C Little League Alloy Bat -12

EASTON® Youth Speed Brigade S500C Little League Alloy Bat -12 is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 8.
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SKU: 104714497 Item: 3128045
EASTON The EASTON® Youth Speed Brigade S500C Little League Alloy Bat -12 features 2-piece ConneXion™ technology and 7050 aircraft alloy. EASTON® Youth Speed Brigade S500C Little League Alloy Bat -12
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Help your young hitter swing confidently with the EASTON® Youth Speed Brigade S500C Little League Alloy Bat -12. This bat features 2-piece ConneXion™ technology that aids energy transfer for a great feel and 7050 aircraft alloy construction for swift swing speeds. Ultrathin 29/32" composite handle with an All Sports grip. USSSA 1.15 approved.

Features and Benefits
  • Made of 7050 aircraft alloy for fast swing speeds
  • 2-piece ConneXion™ technology aids energy transfer
  • USSSA 1.15 approved
  • Ultrathin 29/32" composite handle with an All Sports grip
Specifications
  • Manufacturer warranty - general: 1 year
  • Material: Aircraft alloy
  • Type: Youth
  • Bat Drop: -12
  • Barrel diameter (in.): 2-1/4
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  • EASTON® Youth Speed Brigade S500C Little League Alloy Bat -12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bat Broke - 4 months of use, 1 player, 9Y Boy Similar to other negative reviews, bat broke after 4 months of use by one player. Weight/feel was good, bat performed ok....before it broke. Easton gets it right most of the time, but not on this one.
Date published: 2015-07-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Overall Bat I got this bat and it was great! I started hitting better than any other bat I've ever had! (Dispite only having two others) It lasted only 6 months before cracking over the handle.
Date published: 2015-07-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Latest technology at a great price point I purchased this bat for my 10 yr old at the beginning of the 2014 spring little league season. I had him test out several brands and drops in this price range, but he fell immediately comfortable with the S500C's feel and weight. He’s have been very happy with this bat. Durable and lots of pop.
Date published: 2015-02-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We've purchased 3 now Both of my boys are using this model and love it. One of the bats did break just above the handle after about 6 months of consistent use (practices, camps, hitting lessons) but Easton replaced it within one week. Great customer service!
Date published: 2014-09-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good bat that fit my needs and wants I purchased this bat for my 9 YO son. He was growing out of his last bat so it was time for a new one. He was complaining of the sting from his current Easton bat. To the point that after a session in the cage he would be rubbing is hands for several minutes, clearly uncomfortable. So that started me looking at carbon handle bats. However I have no intention of paying more than $100 for a bat for a 9 YO who hasn't shown he is passionate about the game. My other consideration is that my son doesn't have a lot of upper body strength so I was looking for a bat that was heavy enough to get the job done but not impact his bat speed. So my decision criteria were: - Proper length with appropriately light weight. - Cost under $100 - Reduce bat sting After a fair amount of research I found this bat that met all of my criteria and I bought it sight unseen. After some basic backyard practice my son immediately pointed out that it didn't have the sting his previous bat did. So one criteria met. My son absolutely loves the color scheme as it is the more modern Easton look that was pioneered in the more expensive line of bats last year. We had been taking him to a batting coach (who is an Easton dealer) in the off season to keep his skills sharp. Towards the end of the series of lessons the coach asked me about his bat and what I thought of it. Since I am not the one using it I explained to him my purchase logic above. He said that he had passed on ordering some for his shop when they came out but was reconsidering since he liked the way the ball came off my son's bat. Considering the "value" price he thought he could sell them. Turns out most of his customers are only looking to buy the most expensive range of bats so, he passed over a "value" bat because he thought they would hang on the rack unsold. So to me this was a form of validation that its a decent bat for the money. My son likes the bat and has had no further complaints of hand sting. Another boy on the team tried the bat as he had been struggling with his slightly heavier bat. And now he uses my son's bat exclusively. Quality control was a bit lacking: Tape at top of grip was out of line so the top of the grip wrap was hanging out and started to tear. This is pretty basic stuff that shouldn't have left the factory that way. Decals at top of the barrel were not aligned properly and were starting to peel after just one round of practice. Overall though it has help up well through this Spring season of play. I expect he will get at least one more year out of the bat.
Date published: 2014-05-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bat snapped Purchased this bat for my 9yr old little leaguer and composite handle exploded in less than 2 weeks. Taking it in tomorrow to replace with one piece design. These guys don't even swing that hard yet. Disappointed in product.
Date published: 2014-05-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This bat snapped in half! Got this for my grandson, and he's only used it twice. Tonight, at a regular practice, he hit the ball and the darn thing snapped in half!!!
Date published: 2014-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome pop of the sweet spot! This bat is Awesome! Has a ton of pop of the sweet spot and is weighted just right for me!
Date published: 2013-12-31
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Our grandson is 12 years old and has begun playing baseball and we would like to know which baseball bat and the length of ball is best recommended for this age?

Asked by: Gabe12
Hello Gabe12, Thank you for your question. As a rule of thumb, we suggest the lightest bat of a given length that you can afford. A starting player needs to learn to make contact with the ball and hit close to the “sweet spot” of the bat before performance differences in the bats become an important factor. “Length-to-weight ratio” is perhaps the most important factor in buying a bat. This is a negative number denoting the amount of ounces the bat weighs less than the amount of inches of its length. For example, a 30-inch bat that weighs 20 ounces is a -10. When shopping for a bat, have your child hold it out to his side with the top hand (right hand for right-handed batter). If he cannot hold it straight out for 20 seconds or so without the arm starting to shake and the bat dropping, it’s too heavy.
Answered by: MGMay
Date published: 2016-03-25
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