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Discussion: Bat questions

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Feb. 28, 2012
Tri18
603 posts
Bat questions
Anyone with questions regarding Reebok, Worth, or Miken please feel free to email me at tricoach18@att.net
March 1, 2012
Al33
Men's 55
183 posts
Does anyone have know or have an opinion about the differences between the Miken Ultra II and the Miken Ultra II USA models. Which one is better?
March 1, 2012
taits
Men's 65
4305 posts
If you mean the ASA stamped U-2, it seemed much better durability wise, that any of the others with same pop.
Boils down to 'turnover'. The more they sell the more $$ they make. If it breaks they sell another usually. That's what they count on.
March 6, 2012
Tri18
603 posts
Al, if you are referring to the grey u2 USA it is a slightly different bat. The grey version has a little flex built into the handle to provide a little "whip" action as it comes through the zone. The black version gives you a slightly stiffer non flex handle. Both bats perform well but our testing showed that players with slightly less bat speed felt a little more comfortable with the grey version and got a slight performance gain from it. Hope this helps you some, otherwise feel free to contact me with further questions.
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