Questions and Answers for 2013 Miken Halo Light: HALO12 Fastpitch
What happens if you're not happy with the bat?
Once a bat has been used, we are unable to take it back for a refund or exchange. However, if it remains in new and unused condition, it can be returned within any time frame for a full refund or exchange.
Is this bat approved for Little League softball?
The 2013 Miken Halo Light: HALO12 Fastpitch is approved for Little League softball.
What is the difference between the 2012 and the 2013 models other than their color?
The 2013 Miken Halo Light: HALO12 features upgraded X-Tak Plus Grip and the Advanced Innerflex Technology. Both the 2012 and 2013 bats feature the R900 Composite.
Is this an end-loaded bat or is it distributed evenly?
The 2013 Miken Halo Light: HALO12 Fastpitch is a balanced bat with ultra-lightweight construction.
My daughter has an Easton CV12. How would the Miken compare to this bat? Also, we live in Maine and spring and early summer temps can be on the cool side. Would this bat be recommended or should I stick to aluminum?
Both bats are very high quality. The 2013 Miken Halo Light: HALO12 Fastpitch will be more balanced than the Easton CV12. We recommend not using composite bats in temperatures below 55 degrees.
I have a miken intensite now, and i LOVE it. Do you think this would be a nice change?
The 2013 Miken Halo Light: HALO12 Fastpitch bat is a well balanced bat that would provide for an easy transition.
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