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2017 Easton S3 Review

By Bat Digest

Updated November 17, 2022

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For a single-piece aluminum, the bat does have a decent-sized barrel. But don't assume a larger barrel means top-shelf production. We simply think the bat is just okay, and anyone looking for a new name brand Easton in the "performance" space will find this the least expensive option.
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2017 S3 Models

Beginning in 2012, each year Easton has released a bat named the Easton S3. It was the last in the line of a speed series they referred to as the S1, S2, and S3. We hit with each one of these bats over the years, and the S3 serves as a single-piece aluminum bat in the value space. It is best suited for entry-level players looking for a brand name, a lighter swing, some durability, and nothing to denote exceptional performance. More specifics of our 2017 Easton S3 Review follow.

General Recommendations

The Easton S3 is an entry-level single-piece aluminum baseball bat. There are no frills. It comes in non-BBCOR sizes and should be appropriate for those who don't expect or necessarily need, amazing production at the plate. Those who want a name-brand bat with some lengthy genealogy and good durability will find this bat is adequate.

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There is no difference between 2016's S3 and 2017's S3. Both are single-piece aluminum bats from Easton's HMX alloy. Each bat has an expanded sweet spot on an aluminum barrel. Both are light swinging and both are called the S3. Aside from the color up, expect no difference whatsoever. See our full 2016 Easton S3 Review here. Our 2016 review article was called: 2016 Easton S3 Review: Reprinting the 2015 S3. That was meant to imply the 2016 bat is just like the 2015 bat. See our 2015 Easton S3 Review here. In fact, we have not seen real upgrades in production since the 2015 season when Easton upgraded the alloy for a focus on a larger sweet spot. The bat has been largely unchanged since.