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Easton Baseball Bats - Easton Has The Bats Your Baseball Game Needs

Easton Premium Pro Birch Model E271
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Easton Premium Pro Birch Model E271

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$84.99 CAD $169.99 CAD

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Easton Fuze SL20FZ10 USSSA 2 3/4 -10
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Easton Fuze SL20FZ10 USSSA 2 3/4 -10

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$179.99 CAD $279.99 CAD

Easton SL20AL10 Alpha 360 2 3/4 -10
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Easton SL20MX10 Maxum 360 2 3/4 -10 USSSA
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Easton SL20MX10 Maxum 360 2 3/4 -10 USSSA

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$239.99 CAD $329.99 CAD

Easton SL20MX58 Maxum 360 2 5/8 -5
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Easton SL20MX58 Maxum 360 2 5/8 -5

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$249.99 CAD $349.99 CAD

Easton SL20AL58 Alpha 360 2 5/8 -5
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Easton baseball bats are among some of the world’s most iconic and reliable baseball bats available on the market. With the introduction of its first ever aluminum baseball bat in 1972, Easton has had years of success and experience, coupled with game-changing technologies and ever progressing innovation, to perfect its baseball bat-making skills. 

With nothing as important as research and development for its brand, Easton has years of experience and examples on why they are one of the best manufacturers for baseball bats around the globe, and very notably on the Canadian baseball market. 


What are Easton Baseball Bats?

Easton makes a variety of baseball bats from a variety of materials: maple or ash wood, aluminum, composite, etc. All crafted to regulation standards, Easton baseball bats can be found and used anywhere from little league to professional baseball games. With most of the engineers and architects of its baseball bats athletes themselves, Easton prides itself on making the proper quality baseball bats to ensure proper quality gameplay, all from the minds of the people who would want to use the baseball bats themselves. Available in a heap of sizes, colours, weights, and materials, there is most definitely an Easton baseball bat for you!


How to properly measure my Easton Baseball Bat

To find the correct baseball bat size for you, position the bottom of the bat in the center of your chest, facing outward. The length is correct if your arm can reach out and grab the barrel of the bat. Another method is the following: if the end of the baseball bat is in the palm of your hand when you put the tip of the barrel down on the ground next to your leg, then it is of correct length. Please consider the chart below for more information: