Miken sports launched onto the softball scene in 1998 and has their home base in Caledonia, Minnesota. With the productions of superior equipment and nationwide exposure on the long Haul Bombers, led by Denny Crine and Kevin Filby, they have shown how explosive Miken’s equipment is.
In 2004, Miken was purchased by K2 Inc. of Carlsbad, CA---who also owns Rawlings and Worth---they have continued to grow their market share by continuously producing high quality equipment. Miken not only produces outstanding line of softball bats they also manufacture all the necessary equipment for the serious softball player.
Producing a line of bats can meet all levels Miken has again raised the bar in 2018. Their new line of bats starts with a celebration of 20 years in the business with their new 2018 Freak 20th Anniversary series of bats.
2018 Miken Slow Pitch Bats
Jason Kendrick 20th Anniversary Freak Maxload lead the way for senior leagues. With its two-piece construction and 100%, composite make-up brings a new meaning Hot.
Next up for USSSA we have the 20th anniversary Freak Maxload, this bat will lead the way through tournaments on the weekend and the leagues during the week.
For the person who likes more control Miken has the 2018 Freak Balanced, increased sweetspot with a 14” barrel with give even average player more pop for the buck.
This Kyle Pearson signature two-piece bat is geared towards the player looking to take their game up a level; the 12” barrel has a more concentrated sweet spot for more power and distance.
Under the guidance of Brandon Dillon Miken’s Psycho has been designed with Maxload endload to increase bat speed for greater distance in those “Big Boy yards”.
Back for another year the Denny Crine DC 41, with a full ounce endload this bat gives unmatched power for even the average player.
New to the Miken line is the 2018 Revex Maxload, fully composite bat endorsed for use in all associations. Rev-Ex is a solid performer and ready to take on anything you throw at it.