- -10 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF
- Balanced Swing Weight
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- Full 400 Day Manufacturer's Warranty
- IMX Composite Barrel
- Performance Diamond Grip
- Power Brigade Speed Series
- Two-Piece Composite Design with ConneXion Technology
- Ultra-Thin 29/32 Inch Solid Impact Construction (SIC) Composite Handle
New for 2013! Last season, Easton took the baseball diamond by storm when they released the inaugural Power Brigade Series. After its resounding success in all levels of baseball, Easton is now gearing up the Power Brigade for its debut on the fastpitch softball field! While the individual bats differ slightly from baseball to softball, the concept of the Power Brigade remains the same: Allow players to personalize their power. The fact is, that players draw power from different sources. Stronger players may want a bit more weight and endload to their bat, while smaller players want a little less weight and a balanced feel. Easton solves this problem by offering Power Brigade bats in two categories: The Speed Series and The XL Series. Speed Series bats (FS1, FS2, and FS3) are characterized by lighter length to weight ratios and balanced swing weights to produce faster swing speeds and more power as a result. XL Series bats (FX1 and FX2) are going to be a little heavier and have a enloaded feel, giving stronger players extra momentum through the zone and more power behind each swing. This bat, the FS1, is a two-piece fully composite design that features a barrel made from Easton's IMX Composite that uses ConneXion Technology to connect to an ultra-thin handle made from their SIC Black Carbon Composite. If you're looking for extra swing speed this season, there's only one logical choice - the bat that's built for SPEED to give YOU more POWER! Easton: Personalize Your Power! The FS1 is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
by FASTPITCHMOM09 - Jan 21, 2013
Pros: My daughter loves this bat. Excellent pop. Weight distributed well. Couldn't be more pleased.
Cons: Cost. Never like the money spent but it is worth it if the bats really lasts 2 years.
by Che Che - Apr 15, 2013
Pros: My daughter has been using one of her teammates FS1 33-23 she is only 5 2" 112 lbs hit in the park home run, RBI Triple and she said she Loves it and she will be getting her own soon.
by Joey - Aug 07, 2013
Cons: D.O.A . This bat was dead out of the wrapper and despite trying everything it is still dead. Not even the coach who hits grounders to the girls to warm them up will use it. We nicknamed this bat " brick on a stick".
by Coach C - Sep 04, 2013
Cons: This bat is nothing like the Stealth. It has no pop at all. My daughter has used it for 3 months and no change at all. She said her $50 Worth bat is better.
by Tony C - Apr 04, 2013
Pros: Just bought for my daughter. One day delivery, unwrapped and took to practice. 20 swings-All to Left/Center either out of to the fence. This is a great bat, all the parents except one KU guy want to buy one now. Had the Zeno and it exploded along with 2 other Zenos within a week of each other on the team.
Cons: None yet. Tournament this week end in KC, If anything changes I will update.
by taheelfan - May 06, 2013
Pros: one nite I wanted her to use this bat and she really did not feel like so I asked lets hit a couple. an hour later we left the park. HOT bat. she really loves it. could not be happier, u can't go wrong with this bat, balanced and big sweetspot. nice job easton!!!!
Cons: none at the moment.
by Oliviahunn - Jul 06, 2013
Pros: Great bat, big sweet spot on swings, soft bunts. I love it for 18 elite traveling fastpitch team
by Coach G - Jul 09, 2013
Pros: Great pop off this bat. Swings very smooth and balanced.
by linedawg - Jul 24, 2013
Pros: hits far, no vibration, feels good, balanced, best bat she's ever had.....these are my 13yr old daughters comments
Cons: non come to mind
by Sedge112 - Feb 25, 2013
Pros: This is one sweet bat, my daughter is crushing the ball this year. She is very happy with it
Cons: Her teammates all want to use it so its seeing lots of reps
by TNSOFTBALLMOM - Jul 09, 2013
Pros: My daughter loves this bat...she outgrew her 30/20 Stealth, and we got this as a replacement in a 32/22 back in March. She is hitting just as good with this bat as she did with the Stealth.
Cons: None so far.
by shaneomac7742 - Jul 11, 2013
Pros: This bat was hot right out of the box. First hit of the game using the bat was a homerun! Also looks great!
by coach chris - Oct 30, 2013
Pros: The Name Easton
Cons: As a few other people have noted the bat to my surprise and disappointment was dead. Numerous girls on our team bought this bat and only 1 out 4 thought the bat was responsive. As a coach while hitting out field drills I had to swing with more power and energy than with the Purple Sleath which we loved. The newer bat was not the same quality I have come to expect from Easton. The bat does not perform anywhere near it previous generations. Hope they fix it soon.
by Chooch - May 14, 2013
Pros: Good feel.
Cons: Does not have the pop of a Xeno and the rubber center piece is falling apart after 3 months of use.
by BallMom - Jun 14, 2013
Pros: Daughters LOVE this bat. They broke their Xeno after a week, but this one has held up great. Great feel, great pop, gets hotter and hotter. Everyone in high school is still using the Xeno, but mine hit better than they did with the bat.
Cons: Price, but good isn't cheap and cheap isn't good!
by #14 - Apr 28, 2013
Pros: love this bat! never wanted a different bat!
Cons: no cons, what so ever!
by Softball_Lover1109 - Mar 08, 2013
Pros: Yellow knob.
Cons: Mostly Black !
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My daughter has an Easton Stealth that's purple. I think it's from 2011. Great bat. What is the closest bat to replace it with? The FS1 or the new MAKO?
Asked by Brian on Nov 23, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch was the line that replaced the Stealth Series. The MAKO is a brand-new design for Easton, but it does have a very balanced two-piece composite design like the FS1 and Stealth models. The MAKO's extended barrel and upgraded composite material would be the two largest improvements over a Stealth or the FS1.
· Nov 23, 2013
In your opinion, what would be the better bat for a contact/slap hitter, the FS1 2013 or Xeno 2014? Is the price difference worth it? Thanks!
Asked by area7c on Nov 16, 2013
Both the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch and the 2014 Louisville Slugger Xeno: FPXN14-RR Fastpitch are balanced two-piece fully composite bats. The FS1 and the Xeno are very comparable bats.
· Nov 16, 2013
What bat length would you recommend for somebody who is 5'0 and weighs 117 pounds? Also, does the 2013 Easton FS1 bat sound like a good option for this body type, and is it good for power hitters?
Asked by Kelsey on Nov 06, 2013
Based on her height and weight we would suggest a 31" 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch. However a power hitter is going to prefer a one-piece bat like the 2014 Easton FS3: FP14S3 Fastpitch.
· Nov 06, 2013
Does this bat need to be broken-in manually before hitting hard with it? Once it is warmed, can it be used in 50 degree weather or is that not recommended? What is the best way to break the bat in?
Asked by Mara on Oct 25, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch does require a break-in period. we recommend 150-200 hits off a batting tee or soft toss. Itâ€™s best to start off at about 40% power, and gradually increase. Also, be sure to rotate the bat a quarter of turn in your hands after every hit. It is not recommended to use a composite bat in temperatures below 60 degrees. Lower temperatures will decrease the bats performance and increase the potential of cracking.
· Oct 25, 2013
We hear it has been discontinued. She is 5'8" 150 lb, left handed power hitter. What do you recommend we replace it with?
Asked by Em's mom on Oct 24, 2013
If she is more of a power hitter, I would recommend going with Easton's FX1 or FX2. The new 2014 Eastons will be available 11/1/2013.
· Oct 24, 2013
Do these bats break a lot in cold weather? I know some Xenos that have broken.
Asked by Lou on Oct 23, 2013
We do not recommend using the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch below 55 degrees.
· Oct 23, 2013
My daughter is 11 years old and 5'1", 100 lbs. What bat would you suggest?
Asked by gagirl on Oct 23, 2013
Based on her height and weight, we recommend a 32" model in the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Oct 23, 2013
Daughter is 13 5'3" 100 lbs power hitter what is the best Easton bat for her? Bat speed can be slow at times.
Asked by LG on Oct 16, 2013
The two piece design of the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is best suited for contact hitters. The 2013 Easton FS2: FP13S2 Fastpitch is designed best for power hitters. Both will help increase bat speed
· Oct 16, 2013
What is the difference between the MAKO bat and the Power Brigade bats (like FS1).
Asked by TT on Oct 09, 2013
The new composite material used in the 2014 Easton MAKO: FP14MK Fastpitch allows the bat to be balanced like the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch and has an extended barrel like the 2013 Easton FX1: FP13X1 Fastpitch.
· Oct 09, 2013
My daughter is 5'8" and 121 lbs., hits for in the line up. What bat do you suggest?
Asked by Andy on Sep 17, 2013
Based on her height and weight, we recommend a 33" model in the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Sep 17, 2013
My daughter is about 5'2", 15 years old and very fast. Her high school coach is turning her into a slap hitter and we are debating between the FP13S1 and FP13S2. Which one would you recommend for her since she will be a contact hitting?
Asked by Brett on Aug 18, 2013
A two-piece bats such as the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is best suited for a contact hitter.
· Aug 19, 2013
My daughter prefers the 2012 Easton Stealth. Will it be legal to use in ASA next year?
Asked by Jeff on Aug 08, 2013
The 2012 Easton Stealth will not be legal next year. The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is legal in ASA and USSSA.
· Aug 08, 2013
When will the Mako bat be in?
Asked by w on Jul 31, 2013
We will start pre orders on the Easton Mako starting August 1st and they will be available to ship on September 1st.
· Jul 31, 2013
My daughter is almost 14 and is a left handed power hitter but also bunts a lot because of her speed. She is just under 5' 11" and is about 140 lbs which bat/ size would you recommend we get her?
Asked by Sara on Jul 17, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is best suited for a contact hitter who needs to increase their bat speed. We recommend an end loaded bat 33" 24 oz. 2013 Easton FX2: FP13X2 Fastpitch.
· Jul 17, 2013
My daughter is 13yrs old, 5' 3" or 5' 4", and 180 lbs. She has a bat that is 32" 20 oz. We are looking at this Easton and want to know what size would work for her.
Asked by Sharon on Jul 16, 2013
Based off of your daughters height and weight I would put her at a 33" 23 oz. 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch, but if she has trouble getting it around she may want to just stick with a 32" 22 oz. bat to avoid such a big jump.
· Jul 16, 2013
Why has this bat been discontinued?
Asked by bd on Jul 12, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is no longer being produced. Easton will release their 2014 models in September which is why this model is discontinued.
· Jul 12, 2013
Why is this bat's price reduced? Is Easton coming out with the 2014? If so, when?
Asked by Molly on Jul 10, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch has been discontinued and the price has been reduced. Easton is expected to release their new models September 1, 2013.
· Jul 10, 2013
My 12 yr old daughter uses the Stealth 31 inch 21 oz. Does this bat replace the Stealth? She is a strong kid 115 lbs 5'2". Would the 32"22 oz. be okay?
Asked by donnyd on Jun 24, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch replaced the Easton Stealth. Based on her height and weight we recommend a 32" 22 oz.
· Jun 24, 2013
My daughter is 5' 2" and 120 pounds. Would she need a 32 -10 (22 oz)?
Asked by mike on Jun 19, 2013
The 32" 22 oz. 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch would be the perfect size for your daughter.
· Jun 19, 2013
My daughter is 4'10" and weighs 69 lbs. What bat ratio do you recommend?
Asked by Drea on Jun 17, 2013
Based on her height and weight, we recommend a 30" model in the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Jun 17, 2013
My son is 10 years old, 4' 6" and 68 lbs. Would this be the type of bat to use, or what would you recommend?
Asked by stan on Jun 14, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is intended for use in women's fastpitch softball. The 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth is intended for use in baseball and would be a good fit for your son. Based on his size, we'd recommend a 29".
· Jun 14, 2013
My daughter is 5'6 150 pounds and is currently using 32/22 that I bought her when she was 5'4 125pds. Do you suggest the 33/23 based on her size?
Asked by HIK9802 on Jun 04, 2013
Yes, at her height and weight, I would recommend a 33/23. Here is a link to our Bat Coach that can be a helpful tool when trying to select the correct length and and weight: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Jun 05, 2013
Is this bat legal to use in high school fastpitch softball?
Asked by HORNET on May 21, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. High school rules vary regionally, so it's always best to check with local league officials.
· May 21, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is approved for play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, and ISF. High school rules vary regionally, so it's always best to check with local league officials.
· May 21, 2013
My daughter is 5'5", 198 lbs. What size bat should she get, and which Easton bat?
Asked by Quitta on May 20, 2013
Our Bat Coach suggests a 33" or 34" bat for your daughter. The weight on a bat would depend on what your daughter feels most comfortable with. The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat and Easton FX1 would be good options.
· May 20, 2013
I'm 5' 3" 108 lbs. What size bat should I get?
Asked by Adri on May 14, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch in a 32" would be a good size for you, based on your size.
· May 14, 2013
Does this bat come in a 34" 26 oz. -8? I'm a mens fastpitch player and I would love to have it!
Asked by Gonzo on May 06, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch does not come in a -8. The 2014 DeMarini CF6: DXCF8 Fastpitch is a two-piece composite -8 that is of comparable quality to the FS1. We also have the 2013 Easton S1: SP13S1 Slow Pitch in a 34" 26 oz., that is designed and certified for play in ASA slow pitch softball.
· May 06, 2013
My daughter is 95 lbs. and 5', what size composite bat should I buy?
Asked by Runo on Apr 23, 2013
Based on her height and weight, we recommend a 31" model in the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
· Apr 23, 2013
How does the 2013 Easton FS1: FSP13S1 compare to the 2014 DeMarini CF6 bat?
Asked by big lefty on Apr 21, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch would be very similar to the 2014 DeMarini CF6. The DeMarini CF6 will have the new Paradox Composite for a bigger, more responsive sweet spot. It will feel even lighter swinging then the Easton FS1.
· Apr 21, 2013
Does the FS1 have to be broken in? If so, what's the quickest way?
Asked by JuneBug on Apr 03, 2013
Yes, the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch will need to be broken in. I would recommend 150-200 soft toss hits, giving the bat a 1/4 turn rotation with each hit.
· Apr 03, 2013
My daughter is 13 and is a excellent contact hitter with power. She loves the 2012 Stealth Speed. She likes the feel of the FS1 over the FX1. Will she lose distance on balls hit with the FS1?
Asked by Chuck on Apr 02, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch would be a great fit for a contact hitter. The FS1 will swing lighter, due to the balanced weight distribution, and it has has a larger drop than the 2013 Easton FX1: FP13X1 Fastpitch. The increased bat speed from the FS1 may help her generate more power.
· Apr 02, 2013
We've used the Synergy SCX24B 34" 24 oz. up until now and looking to upgrade to a similar bat. Which Easton model is the closest to this?
Asked by Mel on Mar 31, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch would be the closet to the Easton Synergy SCX24B.
· Apr 01, 2013
My daughter is 14 and a power hitter. She thinks the Easton Synergy 32" 22oz. is a little light. I am thinking about the FS1 33" 23oz. or is the FX1 a better fit?
Asked by kc on Mar 30, 2013
The 2013 Easton FX1 is going to be the bat that will be best for her. The FX1 is going to be best for a power hitter because of the end loaded feel.
· Mar 31, 2013
My daughter is a mix between power hitter and contact hitter. She needs to be able to get the bat through the zone pretty quick. She's 18 yrs old and going to college in the fall where all they use is the FS series. What bat would you recommend FS1, FS2 or FS3?
Asked by Curious Dad on Mar 19, 2013
Two piece bats like the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch and the 2013 Easton FS2: FP13S2 Fastpitch are best suited for a contact hitter. They are both very balanced bats. The 2013 Easton FS2: FP13S2 will be game ready. The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 will require a break-in period.
· Mar 19, 2013
We are looking to get the Easton FS1. How does it compare to the 2012 or 2013 Xeno?
Asked by Curious Dad on Mar 18, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is a two-piece composite design just like the Xeno and will perform very similar. The Easton FS1 requires a break-in period, but the Xeno does not require a break-in.
· Mar 18, 2013
Is this the newer version/replacement of the 2012 Easton Stealth SSR3B?
Asked by Scott on Mar 13, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 has replaced the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed: FP11ST10.
· Mar 13, 2013
What is the differance between the FS series and the FX? And do the FX only come in a -9?
Asked by jstew2009 on Mar 08, 2013
The Easton FS Series bats are evenly balanced models, while the Easton FX Series are end loaded models. The FX Series bats only come in -9.
· Mar 08, 2013
My daughter plays high school and travel ball 16 U. She typically pulls the ball to left field when hitting. She swing early and has a fast swing. Would this be an ideal bat for her?
Asked by Patricia on Mar 04, 2013
That is a difficult question for us to answer as much of the decision comes down to the personal preference of the player and what bat type of bat they have used previously with the most success. It's always recommend that a player stick with the same type of bat they have used in the past with the most success. In doing so, the player is much, much more likely to have continued success at the plate. However, if she has above average strength and swing speed, a more endloaded bat like the 2013 Easton FX1: FP13X1.
· Mar 04, 2013
My daughter is a slapper and we are looking for a new bat. With our limited knowledge, we are interested in the 2013 Easton FS1:FP13S1 and also the DeMarini CF5: DXCFP. Which bat would make more sense? Also, is she better off with a one piece or two piece bat if she is not a power hitter?
Asked by She.runs.fast on Feb 24, 2013
I would suggest both these bats for sure. I also would suggest a two-piece bat. It will cut down the stinging and it will add flex through the zone that is helpful to a contact hitter.
· Feb 24, 2013
What is the difference between the FS1 Speed and the Stealth Speed?
Asked by KKMAR on Feb 21, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch features a SIC Carbon Composite handle that helps reduce vibration more than the previous model.
· Feb 22, 2013
How you decide if your daughter needs an endload or not? She is hitting with a DeMarini CF5 29in 18oz. I was looking into other bats. She is 11 and this is her second season fastpitch.
Asked by Steven on Feb 14, 2013
If she has above average swing speed and above average power, an endloaded bat is recommended. If she has average or below average strength and swing speed, a balanced bat is recommended.
· Feb 14, 2013
I was looking at this bat the oneX and 454. Which one or any bat would have the least amount of sting?
Asked by steve on Feb 01, 2013
With the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch being a one-piece design, it will have a little more vibration than the FS1 or oneX. Both the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch and the 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS oneX: FP136 Fastpitch bats will be two-piece all composite designs. I would stick with the oneX for the LS-2X Composite and the T2 Technology.
· Feb 01, 2013
Will the 2013 Easton FS1 have a peak performance? Could the bat just be consistent in performance throughout its bat life or even get better in time? I've heard the Demarini CF5 peaks between 150 and 200 hits. I'm just curious if that would be expected with the Easton FS1 bat?
Asked by PC on Jan 30, 2013
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch is a full-composite bat, so it will require a break-in period of roughly 150-200 practice hits. One you break in the composite materials, the FS1 will be at peak performance.
· Jan 30, 2013
Last two bat purchases have been the Easton Synergy. My daughter is power hitter, and loves that bat. Which is most comparable to the Synergy?
Asked by Kalik on Jan 27, 2013
The Easton Synergy is going to be most comparable to the Easton FX1. The FX1 is perfect for power hitters, because it is end loaded.
· Jan 27, 2013
My Daughter is a Slap Hitter, which bat would be better for this, FS1 or FS2?
Asked by KC on Jan 07, 2013
Both the Easton FS1 and Easton FS2 are well balanced bats great for slap hitters. The FS1 is two-piece full composite. the FS2 is one-piece full composite. It's always recommend that a player stick with the same type of bat they have used in the past with the most success. In doing so, the player is much, much more likely to have continued success at the plate.
· Jan 07, 2013
Im thinking about buying this bat, but there is no reviews. Do you know if any exist? Don't want to drop $300 on a bat without knowing about it.
Asked by Michael on Jan 03, 2013
As of 1/3/2013 at 6:00pm CST, we have not received any customer reviews for the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat. The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 replaced the Easton Stealth Speed and will be very similar in terms of performance.
· Jan 03, 2013
Why exactly is one (FS1) better for a contact hitter, and the other (FS2) better for a power hitter? Don't all players want more power?
Asked by sj on Jan 01, 2013
Both bats will produce power in different ways. The FS1 is a two-piece bat that will use its flex to produce power, while the FS2 is preferred by power hitters because of its stiff, one-piece design.
· Jan 02, 2013
How does the FS1 compare to the 2013 TPS oneX?
Asked by Kat on Dec 10, 2012
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch and the 2013 Louisville Slugger TPS oneX will be similar in performance and quality. They are both two-piece composite bats. They are very balanced and will provide a lot of flex. Perfect for a contact hitter. The oneX does use T2 technology to reduce vibration.
· Dec 10, 2012
My daughter is a big power hitter, what is the difference between the FS1 and the FS2? Which one do you recommend?
Asked by Joe on Dec 05, 2012
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat is a two-piece bat that is better suited for a contact hitter since it has more flex. The 2013 Easton FS2: FP13S2 is a one-piece bat and will be better for a power hitter.
· Dec 05, 2012
my freind has a 2012 Easton Stealth and it has the USSSA 1.20 BPF stamp,can that be?
Asked by Meg on Dec 04, 2012
Yes, it's possible. The latter batches of the 2012 Easton Stealth Speed Fastpitch bat all had the new USSSA stamp.
· Dec 04, 2012
How does this bat compare with the 2012 Easton Stealth?
Asked by Jon on Nov 20, 2012
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat features a new SIC Black Carbon Composite handle.
· Nov 20, 2012
Easton typically offers a 400 day bat return policy. I saw that your ad mentions a 12 month return policy. Is that for 1 bat or 2 bats in that time frame?
Asked by Sober0014 on Nov 19, 2012
Most manufactures only offer a 12 month warranty. However, the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 comes with a 400 day warranty. The warranty offers a one time replacement for any defective bat.
· Nov 19, 2012
Is the Easton FS1 the replacement for the Easton Synergy or the Easton Stealth?
Asked by Laura on Nov 18, 2012
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 is a two-piece composite bat that replaced the Stealth.
· Nov 18, 2012
Is this like the LSS4 XL? If it's not what would be the closest to it?
Asked by ee on Nov 17, 2012
The Easton Power Brigade bats replaced the Easton Stealths, but the 2013 Easton FX1 is going to be closest, because the Extra long sweet spot, and the end loaded feel.
· Nov 17, 2012
Will a 31" 21 oz. be available?
Asked by mab on Nov 14, 2012
Yes, the **PRE-BOOK** 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat does come in a 31" 21oz. It looks like we are currently out of stock on that item. If you would like us to add you to an out of stock list, where we can alert you when we receive that product, we can. Please let us know, 866-321-2287. Thank you.
· Nov 14, 2012
Is there any difference between the stealth and this bat? Is it basically just a newer version of the stealth but with a new name?
Asked by Rona on Nov 12, 2012
The only noticable difference is the new SIC composite handle featured on the FS1. This will give the FS1 better vibration reduction for a more forgiving bat.
· Nov 12, 2012
Is there any where that you can try the different bats in the Easton Power Braggade to see which bat works best for the batter ?
Asked by AB on Nov 09, 2012
Unfortunately, JustBats.com does not have any testing facilities for Easton's new bats, or any other bats for that matter. I would recommend contacting Easton at 1-888-259-1297.
· Nov 09, 2012
Is Easton no longer making the Stealth?
Asked by Grammy on Nov 03, 2012
Easton will not be producing the Stealth this year and they have replaced it with the Easton FS1 and FX1.
· Nov 04, 2012
I see that the differnce between the FS1 and FS2 is a one piece bat versus a two piece? How does this effect performance, power of bat?
Asked by mab on Nov 01, 2012
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch two-piece construction allows for more flex, better for a contact hitter. The 2013 FS2: FP13S2 is a one-piece bat, better designed for a power hitter. Both have composite barrels, giving them both great distance and pop.
· Nov 01, 2012
What is the difference between the fs1 and the fs2?
Asked by Coach Hill 79 on Oct 31, 2012
The 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 is a two-piece composite bat. The 2013 Easton FS2: FP13S2 is a one-piece composite bat.
· Oct 31, 2012
Does this bat come in another color?
Asked by bo on Oct 26, 2012
Unfortunately, the 2013 Easton FS1: FP13S1 Fastpitch bat is not produced in any other colors.
· Oct 26, 2012
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