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Questions and Answers for Miken Triad Xtreme Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPTR10
How does this bat compare to the last Miken Freak NXT and 2014 Xeno? Also, do you know the actual weight on the 31/21?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPTR10) features a very balanced two-piece composite design. It will eliminate more hand sting and vibration compared to the older Freak NXT was a full one-piece composite design. The FPTR10 will compare very closely in design to the XENO. Both are very balanced and fully composite two-piece designs.
Used the gold Triad 3 last year and I just got the purple 2014 this year, but haven't used it yet. What is the difference?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (FPTR10) uses new Xtreme technology. This new technology makes the composite materials stronger, for increased durability.
At what temperature do you not want to use this bat?
You should never use any composite barrel bat, like the 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (FPTR10) Fastpitch, in temperatures below 55 degrees.
How does this compare with the 2013 model? Is it essentially the same bat other than the graphics?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (FPTR10) uses new TRIAD XTREME technology for a higher performing, more durable bat.
How does it compare to the 2013 bat in pop? The 2013 was hot.
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (FPTR10) uses new Triad Extreme technology for increased durability and performance.
How does this bat compare to the 2014 Worth Legit FPLG10 and the 2014 DeMarini CF6?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (FPTR10) will be comparable to both the 2014 Worth Legit and the 2014 DeMarini CF6. All models feature the two-piece composite design, so they will need to go through a break in period to get it game ready and properly broken in. The Triad and the Legit both have a balanced swing weight, typically preferred by contact hitters. The DeMarini CF6 has an end loaded swing weight, commonly preferred by power hitters.
Is this an excellent bat for a 14U slapper? Is it balanced?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme: FPTR10 Fastpitch is a great option for a slapper, as it's extremely well balanced and will be easy to control. It also has an extended sweet spot, making more of the barrel utilizable.
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