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Discussion: Miken Super Freak

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Aug. 27, 2008
Men's 55
21 posts
Miken Super Freak
Has any one tried the new miken super freak if so what do you guys think of it . I'm looking to buy the 27oz. or should I move up to a 28 oz.
Aug. 27, 2008
Men's 50
3114 posts
I went to Kelly's Ultimate Sports last week
and swung at 27, 28 and 29.
I thought the 27 being end loaded might be heavy enough.
It wasn't for me and the 29 felt like a battle axe from Braveheart.
Mike told me that they swing a half ounce heavier so a 28 will swing
like a 28 and 1/2 which is good for me.

I'm hitting it in BP and feels stiff but deeply alive just like the old Freak.
I've got 50 swings on it so far and it's getting better with each swing as it will
all the way to the hot zone that Freaks get to in the last stage where
there as hot as an Ultra 2.
Can't wait.
Aug. 28, 2008
Men's 55
21 posts
Thanks einstein I think I will buy the 28 oz.I think I may be able to handle the extra weight I 'm 5'11" 220.With the ultra 2, 27 oz. it felt good but feel the 28 will give me the extra power to crank more out.
Aug. 28, 2008
Men's 55
451 posts
Any idea on what associations will allow the Super Freak? My Freak Plus is now as hot as my ultra II, and its durable.I use it in NSA and sneak it in sometimes in ASA. Maybe some info on cost and durability from those in the know? Thanks
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