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Questions and Answers for Miken Ultra II Balanced Two-Piece Senior Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SPU2S
Is it better than the Legit and Baden Axe? If so, why?
The Miken Ultra II Balanced Two-Piece Senior Softball (SPU2S Slow Pitch) bat would definitely be a great selection. It would have a longer barrel length than the other two bats at 13.5". Also, the two-piece fully composite design will feel very balanced.
Why is there no 29 oz. available in this particular model bat?
Miken does not produce the 2013 Miken Ultra II Balanced Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2S Slow Pitch bat in the 29 oz. model. The 29 oz. model is just not a very common size for Slow Pitch softball bats.
I will be replacing my current older Ultra 2 which is a 28 oz. bT due to a crack. I'm wondering if I should stay with the 28 oz. in the balanced two-piece 2013 Ultra 2, or should I move down to a 27 oz.?
If you were succesfull with the 28 oz. bat you should get teh 2013 Miken Ultra II Balanced Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2S Slow Pitch in a 28 oz., but if it was a little to heavy I would go down an ounce.
I realize Miken claims "this bat will have better durability" but what makes this have better durability? And exactly how much better durability does it have? I know all my old Ultra 2's lasted me less than 150 hits....can I expect more than that out of this one? I'm sure the durability still must not be that great if they offer no warranty on it whatsoever still. I know your not an expert on this particular bat and there's not a ton of reviews on it yet but just looking for your opinion before my purchase, thanks!
The 2013 Miken Ultra II Balanced Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2S Slow Pitch bat will feature Miken's new Triad Technology to the Ultra II Two-Piece. This technology revolutionizes bat construction through Miken's triple pressure application that harnesses the thermal expansion of their high-grade carbon fiber to give this bat unparalleled durability and jaw-dropping performance.
What is the BPF # on this bat?
The Bat Performance Factor on the 2013 Miken Ultra II Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2S Slow Pitch bat is SSUSA 1.21 Certified.
I'm 5'8" in and weigh 145 pounds. What weight bat should I buy?
I would recommend a 28 oz. bat. The weight of a softball bat is really a personal preference of the player but the most used weight would be 28 oz.
I was told that the 2-piece Utra was a bit more durable. Is there any reason to think this is true?
The 2013 Miken Ultra II Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2S Slow Pitch uses newer technology for better durability and performance.
hello if the 2012 & the 2013 ultra 11 both perform the same,what makes the 2013 any different? is there any reason to switch to the new 2 pc? tks
Some players prefer a two-piece design which will offer more flex. Others prefer the stiffer feel of a one-piece design. So, it all comes down to the player and their preferences.
Just beginning to play Senior ball. I am 6'3", 200 lbs, would you recommend this Senior 2013 Ultra II or the current 2012 Ultra II?
Both the 2012, and the 2013 Miken Ultra 2's are going to perform very similar, both years are very high performing bats.
Is the two- piece constructed bat for power hitters? Or better for contact hitters?
The two-piece construction is better suited for contact hitters.
Why do I want this bat over the traditional Miken Ultra II. What are the pluses and minuses? I will be purchasing a new Miken this winter.
The 2013 Miken Ultra II Two-Piece Senior Softball will have more flex than the traditional Miken Ultra II. This is great for a contact hitter. The traditional Miken Ultra II is a stiffer one-piece bat.
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