The stiff feel that made the Xeno so great is still there, and a new version is still a fantastic option for power hitters and stronger players. Even though there are no new, special features found on the 2022 Xeno, that doesn’t mean that it’s a bad bat, in the slightest.
Two things make the Xeno a great, high-performance fastpitch bat. The first is that it takes very little to no break-in time, unlike many other bats that you can get your hands on. Secondly, it can be used by amateurs and recreational players to professionals. In many cases, you can see high-performance bats that are not recommended for inexperienced players, but that isn’t the case with the Xeno. On, and also, the sound it makes when you connect is like lightning. Very loud and recognizable.
The new Xeno has purple colors like the previous model but they are not that expressed. They are more kind of a supportive color, as this year’s Xeno has a dominant grey color. Those two colors truly go great together, and the yellow Xeno logo just pops. Overall, we are quite pleased with the looks, and it’s one of the nicer-looking fastpitch bats out there.