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2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2M Slow Pitch
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  • 13.5 Inch Barrel Length
  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • Approved for Play in SSUSA and Other Senior Softball Associations
  • Carbon-X Shell for Maximum Distance
  • Certified 100 COMP
  • E-Flex Technology for Maximum Performance and Sweet Spot
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  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • Maxload End-Loaded Swing Weight(Half Ounce)
  • NO Warranty
  • Triad Technology for Unparalleled Performance and Durability
  • Two-Piece Premium Grade Aerospace Grade Carbon Fiber Design
  • Vortex Technology for Optimal Handle Flex
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by Spencercitykid - Aug 10, 2013

Pros: Absolutely amazing, bought this bat because Miken claimed better durability then the old Ultra 2 and I can vouch, at least for mine that it sure does. Have about 400 hits on it now and it's crazy hot, never swung a bat that compares to it, will literally smash liners out of the park, let a buddy use it who is used to swinging ASA bats and his exact words after he parked 2 of 3 of his first 3 hits were "wow you don't even have to try" Great Job Miken!

Cons: Has so much composite loose inside of the barrel it's starting to sound like a salt shaker but after 400 hits on a bat with this kind of performance what can you expect, I'm extremely happy with the performance I've got out of it.

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New for 2014! How do you improve the best bat ever made? Take Miken's new Triad Technology and add it to the Ultra II! Triad Technology revolutionizes bat construction by using Triple Pressure application to harness the thermal expansion of Miken's premium grade aerospace carbon fiber. This results in unparalleled durability and jaw-dropping performance! This two-piece design features maxload weighting for an end-loaded hitting experience that will produce power like you've never seen. As with the original Ultra II, this bat features Miken's E-Flex Technology for a maximum sweet spot, and a Carbon-X Shell for maximum distance and durability. The handle of the Ultra II Maxload is outfitted with Vortex handle flex to deliver the optimal amount of flex and performance. The Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece is made with pride right here in the United States, so you know you're getting a quality product. If your league allows the Ultra II, there's no reason to swing anything else! Miken: Don't Play. Dominate! The Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece is approved for play in SSUSA and other senior softball associations. It is NOT approved for ASA or USSSA play and does NOT carry a warranty. Free Shipping!

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by Rick - Jun 06, 2013

Pros: Amazing pop!!!! Took it out of the wrapper before my tourney, hit a couple good base hits(first game). Second game leadoff 330ft line drive, second at bat line drive double, and third at bat 310ft shot. Im 5'10" 160lbs.

Cons: None

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by Spencercitykid - Aug 10, 2013

Pros: Absolutely amazing, bought this bat because Miken claimed better durability then the old Ultra 2 and I can vouch, at least for mine that it sure does. Have about 400 hits on it now and it's crazy hot, never swung a bat that compares to it, will literally smash liners out of the park, let a buddy use it who is used to swinging ASA bats and his exact words after he parked 2 of 3 of his first 3 hits were "wow you don't even have to try" Great Job Miken!

Cons: Has so much composite loose inside of the barrel it's starting to sound like a salt shaker but after 400 hits on a bat with this kind of performance what can you expect, I'm extremely happy with the performance I've got out of it.

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by John Fricke - Sep 08, 2013

Pros: Nice feel and swings freely. It has a real good feel and appears to be one of the better bats I have ever purchased.

Cons: None.

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by Trainwreck - Nov 09, 2013

Pros: I'm just an old fart in 50+ "Senior Slowpitch", I just turned 57. I've had only "Miken's" for a game bat, been through 4 Black Ultra II's and just cracked My Red Ultra II Wednesday night! just bought a brand new black and its been dead, even after 200 hits at least? Everybody seems to be going to the Rebock End-Load? So I've been wondering when my hot Red went dead! Freaking out on how I'm gonna have a new game bat, so put my trust back in "Miken" and picked up a new "Ultra II Max-load 2-piece, White" . Took it in the wrapper to practice and had "Rockets" from the jump!! I'm on the verge of saying I got more "Pop" than my "Red" had at its "Hottest"!?? Can't wait to see what happens when it breaks in?

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by poodass51 - Jan 26, 2014

Pros: hot out of wrapper. Hitting balls 30 feet or better further with two piece. awesome distance and normal line drives just keep going

Cons: after 400 to 500 swings it shattered so it did last longer than one piece ultra

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by STEPHEN TUOSTO - Sep 23, 2013

Pros: GOOD BAT SO FAR. I LIKE IT. IF THIS ONE BREAKS, PREMATURELY IT WILL BE MY LAST MIKEN.

Cons: LIKE MOST MIKEN BATS THEY DON'T LAST LONG, I.E. THIS IS MY SEVENTH BAT IN 9 YEARS.

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by Tuffy - Apr 03, 2013

Pros: Hardly know I’m swinging it. Great feel when hitting. Still breaking in. can’t wait for opening day

Cons: none yet

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What is the minimum temperature this bat can be safely used at without damaging the bat?

When using the 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball (SPU2M), Miken recommends not using a composite bat under temperatures of 55 degrees.

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Which bat is better for distance, this bat or the older Miken Ultra II bats? I'm on the fence about weight either 27 or 28 oz. Since this is a Maxload, should I definitely go for a 27 oz., or even a 26 oz.?

The 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball (SPU2M) uses newer technology for better performance and durability. The SPU2M has a 1/2 oz. end load. If you typically use a 28 oz. balanced bat, we recommend moving to a 27 oz. SPU2M.

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Our league only permits bats with the 2000 or 2004 ASA stamp, not the 2013 ASA stamp. Does this bat, or any others of yours, carry the older ASA stamp?

The 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball (SPU2M) Slow Pitch bat will not feature an ASA stamp of any kind. We do carry the DeMarini F5 (DXSF5) Slow Pitch, the Easton Cyclone (SP13CY) Slow Pitch, and the Anderson NanoTek SP Omega (NANOSPO)Slow Pitch which would all feature the 2004 ASA stamp.

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How is this bat improved over the 2013 model?

The 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2M Slow Pitch bat has a two-piece composite design versus the one-piece design of the previous model of Ultra II Maxload. The two-piece design of the 2014 model will provide a little more trampoline effect for the player, but both bats contain the same composite and are BPF 1.21 certified for Senior Softball.

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What's the BPF rating?

The BPF rating on the 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2M Slow Pitch model is 1.21. This will be the bat performance factor.

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Is it ASA approved?

The 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2M is only approved for play in SSUSA and other Senior Softball Associations.

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I am 5' 7" and weigh 180. What weight should I use? What is the drop point of bat?

Finding the best weight in a slow pitch softball bat comes down to your personal preference, strength and swing speed as there are no accurate size charts for slow pitch softball bats. Based on your general size, I would recommend a 26 oz. or 27 oz. model as the 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2M is an endloaded bat best suited for stronger hitters with high swing speeds. The 34" 26 oz. is a -8, the 34" 27 oz. is a -7, the 34" 28 oz. is a -6, and the 34" 30 oz. is a -4.

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Which is hotter, for distance, the Miken Ultra II Maxload or the Miken Ultra II two- piece Maxload Senior bat?

The 2014 Miken Ultra II Maxload Two-Piece Senior Softball: SPU2M Slow Pitch would have the same distance then the Miken II Maxload one-piece. It would be a preference between a one-piece being more of a stiffer feel and a two-piece would add bat speed.




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