The 2014 Worth Legit Slow Pitch lineup is back and better than ever! Worth has combined its new Legit Power Core Molding Process with it’s classic 454 Technology to create the hottest Legit yet. Lets take a closer look at the technologies featured in the 2014 Worth Legit Slow Pitch bats.
Legit Power Core Molding Process
The Power Molding Process gives players the purest composite layers on the market. Worth has removed the wasted material sometimes found in composite bats to create a leaner, higher performing barrel.
HMF TECH (High Modulus Fiber Technology)
Worth’s HMF TECH is featured on the outer layer of the composite. This technology gives the carbon fibers a smaller diameter allowing for more fibers and less space in between them, which results in a higher performing and more durable bat.
Flex Fifty Technology
Flex Fifty Technology is designed to create “whip” action when you start your swing which helps to generate bat speed resulting in more power. It also allows for more flex at contact giving you a smooth comfortable feel at contact.
Worth’s famed 454 Technology extends the sweetspot 2” in both directions to give you one of the largest and most reactive sweet spots in the game.
The time is now… time for the hard work to pay off. Although snow is still on the ground in some parts of country, the baseball and softball seasons are here at last. Spring training is in full swing, as well as college baseball and softball. For most parts of the country, high school baseball and softball tryouts are underway as well. The fun part of actually applying your hard work on the field has finally arrived, but your work is far from over.
As we all know, the baseball and fastpitch softball seasons are filled with ups and downs. The adversity that the season offers is what makes baseball and softball the hardest, but most rewarding, sports on earth. There are countless drills you can do throughout the year to use as a warm up or if you have something in your swing you need to work on. However, there is one drill that has stood the test of time… tee work. Check out some of these simple but effective Tee Drill videos put together by our expert staff at JustBats.com.
A hitter’s ability to correctly use their hands when swinging immediately helps them stand out at the plate, so why not use a bat that will put your hands in the correct position and increase your bat speed? That is where Baden comes to the rescue with their AXE handle technology. The handle of a Baden AXE looks just like it sounds, the handle of an axe. Lets take a look at the science behind Baden’s AXE technology and the five benefits to the AXE handle.
1. Made to fit your hands – The oval contour of the AXE handle aligns with the natural angles of your hand to provide a comfortable feel.
2. Puts the bat in your fingertips – Gives you a more efficient swing. When a bat is in the palm of your hands tension is created. Tension in your hands and forearms at the start of your swing will reduce your bat speed. With the bat in your fingertips, you increase your bat speed and more energy is transferred into the ball.
3. Consistent swing plane – The AXE handle creates one level swing plane giving the hitter a better chance at solid contact. With a higher percentage of solid contact at the plate there is sure to be a higher batting average as a result.
4. Powerful contact position – Some of you may be familiar with the hitting phrase “palm up, palm down”. For those who aren’t the phrase “palm up, palm down” refers to the ideal positioning of a hitter’s hand at contact, where one palm should be facing the sky and one palm should be facing the ground. This position allows the hitter to be stronger at contact and to stay through the ball. The AXE handle helps to put the players hands in this position.
5. Freer swing – With less restriction through the swing due to the flat backside of the handle, there is no protrusion into the palm, creating more bat speed and a freer release after contact.
If you’re looking for a top performing bat, but you’re on a budget, then look no further because Miken has the answer: The 2013 Miken Velocit-E slow pitch bat. This is a really affordable bat and is ready to go right out of the wrapper. This bat features a premium carbon fiber which is 29% stronger than industry standards and it has a Miken’s Dura-Shell technology that makes up a composite shield so you know it’s going to last all season. The 2013 Velocit-E also has a huge sweet spot and an awesome trampoline effect off the barrel. This is a great performing bat at the ASA level. Come pick one up today from JustBats.com!
The Easton Stealth has always been a great bat in the past and there’s no exception with the 2013 line. Easton has come up with three amazing Stealth bats to try to appeal to every kind of player. The all new Easton Stealth 100 comes USSSA approved and made with an IMX composite for durability. This bat also has a huge sweet spot and Easton’s Connexion technology helps eleminate vibration in the handle. This bat also sports a 13.5 inch barrel. Next we have the Easton Stealth 98, this bat has all the same features as the Stealth 100 but has been toned down a little for the ASA. For the more advanced players out there we have the Easton Stealth 100H. This bat is a pro model for Brett Helmer who Easton sponsors. The biggest difference between this bat and the other two is the barrel length. The 100H model has 12 inch barrel so it’s a little shorter. The shorter barrel actually makes the bat a little more aerodynamic so it’s a faster swinging bat. It’s also an end loaded bat so it’s easier to generate more power in the swing.
Now that just touched the surface on the details of the three bats. Please watch the video for some more details and you can also find information by getting on JustBats.com or contacting us at 1-866-321-2287. If you’re ready to pick one up just click the links below, thanks for stopping by JustBats.com!
All new for 2013 is an awesome line-up of Easton Salvo slow pitch bats. Remember how there only use to be one Salvo to choose from? Well now you have five. Don’t worry or feel overwhelmed with the options just yet. We are going to walk you through each bat to make sure you choose the right one for your league and style of hitting.
Let’s start with the Easton Salvo Scandium. This bat features a one piece alloy design making it a really solid bat. After that we have the Easton Salvo Connexion which sports a two-piece alloy design that ads a little bit more flex to the bat. Then we have the Easton Salvo Multiwall which is unique in that it has an all alloy barrel with a composite shell which helps gain more pop and limits the vibration in the bat. You need to make sure this bat is allowed in your league because it is not 100% alloy. Now for those of you in the ASA league your gonna love the famous Easton Salvo 98, this bat offers extreme performance at the ASA level. Are you a USSSA player? Don’t worry, you didn’t get left out. Easton took it one step further this season with the Easton Salvo 100 for the USSSA level.
Now be sure to check out the video above for more descriptions and if you’re ready to pick one up stop by JustBats.com today!
For all you Easton Synergy fans out there, you have to pick up one of the new 2013 models, you won’t be disappointed! If you want a stiff design with a lot of pop and durability then look no further because the 2013 Easton Synergy 100 and 100W have all of that and a whole lot more. The IMX Composite barrel makes for an awesome sweet spot and the 13.5 inch barrel on the Synergy 100 is a great balanced feel while the 12 inch barrel on the Synergy 100W has a nice endloaded feel to give the batter a ton of power, swing after swing. Ready to try it out? Come pick one up today from JustBats.com.
Returning for the 2012 season is the Easton Salvo in many different forms to fit just about any player. The Easton Salvo has always been a popular bat for ASA slow pitch players and with these new models it’s no exception. With these models you can expect to see Easton’s patented technology, ConneXion, which helps transfer energy and eliminates vibration. These bats also feature a Performance Diamond Grip for increased traction and control. These are just a couple of the main features on these bats. To find out more, head to JustBats.com or click here to take you directly to the Easton Salvo products page. As always, thanks for shopping at JustBats.com!
Finding a slow pitch softball bat can be a very diligent task with how large the selection is out there. Let’s break it down by a few certain key criteria to be sure you get a bat that fits your needs.
All slow pitch batshave 2-1/4 inch barrel, are 34 inches long, and generally weigh from26 to 30 ounces. Only a few select slow pitch models are made in a 29 oz. If you are a bigger player that loves to smash the ball, you probably are looking for something in the 28 oz to 30 oz range, whereas, if you are a smaller to average size player, you will probably want something in the 26 oz to 27 oz range.
When you search for a slow pitch bat, you’ll notice that they’re two different types to choose from, balanced and endloaded. Balanced models mean that the weight is evenly distributed throughout the bat, and an endloaded model means that the weight is distributed towards the end of the bat. Most players choose to swing a balanced bat, while big power hitters tend to opt for an endloaded bat.
It’s very important to make sure your bat meets league or tournaments rules. There are many different sanctioned governing bodies such asASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF and Senior Softball. Leagues may require a certification stamp,so be sure to check your league’s listings to see what specs are necessary. Check out JustBats.com for the largest selection of slow pitch bats, and remember, from click to hit.
If this bat is good enough for USA all-star Brian Wegman then it’s good enough for anyone. Brand new for 2012 comes the Easton Synergy Tri-Zone Brian Wegman. This bat is fully loaded with all of Easton’s signature features including Single System Technology (SST), IMX Composite and Carbon Nanotube Technology (CNT). So in a nutshell you are getting an extremely durable one-piece fully composite design that packs a lot of power right out of the box. The Tri-Zone is really where the Easton Synergy shines because of the localized flexibility in the hitting area of the barrel. Get ready to knock some over the fence with this awesome bat. Don’t waste anymore time, come grab one today from JustBats.com!