2020 Easton Fuze Hybrid 360 Speed Balanced BBCOR Baseball Bat, -3 Drop, 2-5/8 in Barrel, BB20FZH

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Available both stock/untouched and Heat Rolled with Progressive Pressure - choose your preference during checkout!

The Easton Fuze Hybrid 360 -3 is a two-piece hybrid design that pushes the limits of performance with the thinnest walls in the game. Advanced Thermal Alloy Construction is reinforced with Carbon-Core technology and 360 Engineering for 360° of barrel tuned precision. Two-piece ConneXion+ Hybrid design combines the ATAC Alloy barrel with a stiff Launch Comp Carbon handle built with Nitrocell foam, creating a lighter and better feeling connection between handle and barrel.

Forged Composite Cap is lighter and stiffer to increase barrel trampoline and provide a Speed Balanced feel for fast swing speed. Power Boost Soft Knob technology provides more leverage and power potential, all while reducing vibration and improving comfort for the bottom hand. Custom Lizards Skins grip, providing players with best-in-class feel, cushion and tack. Easton BBCOR bats are used by top college programs and is the #1 Bat in College World Series History.

  • Brand: Easton
  • Sport: Baseball
  • Barrel Size: 2-5/8 in
  • Certification: BBCOR High School or College
  • Drop: -3
  • Warranty: 1 Year
  • Year Released: 2020

OPTION GUIDE: Should I order this bat stock/untouched or Heat Rolled with Progressive Pressure?
If you order your new bat Heat Rolled with Progressive Pressure, it will be delivered to you completely and evenly broken in. This process adds 20-40ft of distance to your solid hits and adds 2-3 business days of lead time to your order. This process is undetectable, but if you plan to use the bat in an official game or event, you should verify legality with your league or sanctioning body. We (LongballBats.com) do not encourage the use of a Heat Rolled bat in any game or event where it is against the rules. The vast majority of new bats that we sell are Heat Rolled with Progressive Pressure. Click here for details about our process!

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