Stealth Hyperlite

2018 Easton Stealth Hyperlite Fastpitch Review

The 2018 Easton Stealth Hyperlite comes with standard 2 1/4 barrel, balanced swing weight and two piece composite structure.

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2018 Stealth Hyperlite Models

Models Overview

Every hitter that has spoken to us about the 2018 Easton Stealth Hyperlite loves the two piece feel and ultra balanced. It is clearly designed for the younger hitter that wants as much bat per swing speed as possible. Don’t expect to hit a lot of home runs with this bat. But, you can expect to increase the odds that you’ll find the barrel.

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Comparable Bats

In the two piece composite fastpitch space with less than a $200 budget we can’t think of very many bats. DeMarini has a Sabatoge that is well regarded. Otherwise, if you want a two piece composite bat then expect to pay a lot more than the price of the Easton Stealth Hyperlite.

Previous Bats

There are virtually no changes between this bat and the previous year. Both are drop 12’s with an ultra light swing and a two piece composite structure. It uses the same TCT composite and CXN Connection. It is, aside from the paint job, it is virtually the same.


The 2018 Easton Stealth Hyperlite is a two piece composite bat. Built with a 2 1/4 barrel (because it is fastpitch afterall) the Stealth Hyperlite is a drop 12. The drop, you should know, is the numerical differences between the length and the scale weight of the bat. Since the Stealth Hyperlite is a drop 12 you can expect the 32 inch bat to weigh 20 ounces. Do note, the scale weight is not the same as the swing weight. Swing weights for fastpitch bats are discussed here.