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Questions and Answers for Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League Baseball Bat: STRD10
What is the difference between the Miken Triad and the Miken Freak Black?
The Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League Baseball Bat (STRD10) features a two-piece full composite construction and a balanced swing weight. Additionally, it does feature the Vortex handle which is essentially braided composite for additional strength and shock absorption. The 2016 Miken Freak Black Senior League Baseball Bat (SFKB10) features a two-piece full composite construction and a balanced swing weight. Additionally the Black offers a triple matrix core, which allows for a seamless barrel construction as well as increased flex through the zone. Both bats will have a similar swing-weight and performance.
What is the difference between the Miken Triad 3 Blackout Senior bat and the Miken Triad Xtreme Senior bat? Thanks!
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League Baseball Bat (STRD10) will be approved for play in USSSA. It is very balanced and features a fully two-piece composite design. It will have a 2 5/8" barrel diameter. The Miken Triad 3 Blackout will be a Senior League softball bat for the older gentlemen. It will have a 90 day warranty and be very balanced. It will be fully composite in design.
Is the 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League Baseball Bat: STRD10 approved for PONY play in the 8u and 9u division? What are the pros and cons of a "balanced" bat like this versus an end weighted bat?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League Baseball Bat (STRD10) would be approved for those levels of play up to the Bronco division. A balanced bat like the Triad Extreme offers a lower swing weight because the weight of the bat is distributed along the entire length rather than being focused toward the barrel like it would be on an end-loaded model. This allows for faster swings with less effort. End-loaded bats are tougher to swing but if you can swing it well they may provide a bit more power.
Dixie Youth league O'Zone allows 2 5/8 barrel bats. Is this bat approved for Dixie league O'Zone?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (STRD10) would be legal for the O'Zone Division of Dixie Youth.
Besides the drop weight, how does the Miken Triad compare to the Combat Portent G3? My son is a contact hitter.
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League Baseball Bat (STRD10) is a two-piece full composite design while the COMBAT Portent G3 is a one-piece composite design. The two-piece design of the Triad Xtreme will help reduce vibration and stinging of the hands.
Does it have the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp?
Yes, the 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme Senior League (STRD10) has the USSSA BPF 1.15 thumbprint stamp on the taper of the bat.
How does this bat compare to the Easton S3? My son has an aggressive swing I was looking at the 2014 Easton XL1 bast but wanted a -10 drop compared to a -9 drop. His current bat is an Easton S3 bat.
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme (STRD10) is a balanced, two-piece composite bat. The Easton XL1 is a two-piece composite,end loaded bat. The Triad is balanced like the Easton S3, but the two-piece design provides more flex. All three bats are very high performing.
Do you guys make this bat in bbcor -3? I need a new bat for my high school season
Miken did not produce the Triad in a BBCOR model.
Is this bat end weighted or balanced?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme: STRD10 Senior League is going to be balanced and have a light swing weight.
In the past years Miken has been known for bad bat durability. How is the durability on this bat?
The 2014 Miken Triad Xtreme: STRD10 Senior League bat doesn't have any reviews on it as of now. But the two-piece fully composite design with Miken's TRIAD XTREME Technology should hold up very well.
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