Spring Softball is here. Looking for a new bat to add some pop to your swing? With the Bryson Baker Balanced Slow-Pitch softball bat, Easton has masterfully crafted the perfect combination of power and performance. Technology has come a long way, and with their FLEX™ Barrel Construction, the Baker Balanced adds 15% more barrel compression for a massive sweet spot and unmatched bat speed. When it comes to making clean, solid contact on the ball, vibration is not your friend. Easton’s Sic™ Black Carbon handle eliminates vibration for better feel. Step up to the plate with more confidence than ever before, and swing for the fences.  



What makes the Easton Bryson Baker so special, anyways?

  • – Features an all-new FLEX™ barrel design – bat innovation designed to give you 15% more barrel compression
  • – Controlled power, and a larger sweet spot
  • – The SIC™ Black Carbon handle w/ a 1.2MM Hyperskin™ grip offers outrageously comfortable
  • – Available in both ASA and USSSA models (Giveaway item is the USSSA model)
  • – No break-in period – the Baker is ready to crush right out of the wrapper
  • – Did we mention that it looks sweet?


Giveaway Entry has Closed – Sorry!

This giveaway ended on June 2, 2017. The winner was notified on June 3, 2017. Dude Shopping promoted a giveaway for an Easton Bryson Baker Balanced Slow-Pitch Softball Bat (a $299 value!). Get a Bryson Baker Balanced from Easton now!

Giveaway Winner: Congratulations to Nicole M of Hartford, WI, winner of the Easton Bryson Baker Balanced Softball Bat. Thanks to all entrants, and be sure to follow @DudeShopping on Twitter to learn about other giveaways.


If you just now realized that this is what you’ve needed your whole adult life, hit up Easton’s online shop, which we’re told is open 24/7. In addition to the Giveaway Prize’s Bryson Baker Balanced, Easton’s 2017 Slow-Pitch Softball bat featured lineup includes the Brett Helmer loaded, Brian Wegman Loaded, and the Ronin Dual Stamp SeriesBe sure to also visit the Easton Facebook page, and give them a follow on the Twitter Box. If you’re feeling real aggressive, check out their YouTube Channel, and maybe follow them on Instagram too?