2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth
Average Customer Review
If you have a question about the 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth, please visit our Questions and Answers page.
What do you think about the 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth?
Got a question about the 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth ? Ask our team of experts, and they will respond within 24 hours.Ask A Question OR
I am 10 years old, 80 lbs, and 4'10". I have been using an Easton S1 29" 17 oz. I have an extremely fast swing speed, and it feels too light in my hands. I used my friends 30" 20 oz. XL1 in a game and ripped a double 160 ft. no more than 15 feet high. Which bat should I use?
If you are able to comfortable swing the Easton XL1, then you should use that bat. The 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth bat is a more balanced weight model between the two. The XL1 offers a little extra power because of the end-loaded weight.
I want to order a new bat for my 10 year old grandson, but have a few questions. He has very quick hands but has been hitting a lot of grounders lately. Last year he was hitting far more doubles and triples. He is 72 lbs. and 56" tall. His current bat is a Combat B4 29" 19 oz. (-10 drop). He went to a store and was swinging an Easton XL1, but feels it might be a bit heavy. I know the XL1 is end loaded and for power hitters. I'm considering ordering him the Easton S1, 30" 18 oz. (-11 drop). The S1 is a lighter and more balanced bat than the XL1. I'm thinking about going with the 30" S1 it might make the weight seem a little more like his -10 Combat, yet give him a little more balanced bat. Feedback please.
Yes, the 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth bat sounds like the better choice for him. It will be more balanced and help him achieve better bat speeds than the XL1. The 30" 18 oz. -12 drop would work well. At his size the 30" bat length is recommended.
Just got my son an S1. Do you have a recommendation for a bat to use in the cages? Some around town have the "yellow" balls and i know we should not use this bat with them. Would any bat the same length and weight work? Looking for something less costly that may swing similar or have same balanced feel.
The 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth should not be used in a cage with yellow dimple balls. The 2013 Rawlings Plasma: YBPLA4 Youth is at a lower cost than the S1, but is the same size and has a similar balance to the S1.
As the industry leader for over 30 years, Easton Baseball/Softball has continued to raise the bar with innovation, originality and ingenuity. It began in 1969, when Easton produced the first true aluminum bat, and has continued throughout the past three decades with virtually all significant industry "firsts" having been pioneered by Easton: first CU31 bat; first C405 bat; first titanium bat; first Carbon Core bat; first Scandium bat; etc. The trend continues today with bats such as the Tri-Shell and the ConneXion. The patented Tri-Shell design features a super elastic rubber sleeve san.... read more
- -12 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and USSSA
- Balanced Swing Weight
- Features New USSSA 1.15 BPF Stamp
- Free Shipping!
- Full 400 Day Manufacturer's Warranty
- IMX Composite Barrel / SIC Black Carbon Composite Handle
- Performance Diamond Grip
- Power Brigade Speed Series - Lightweight With Low M.O.I. for Faster Swing Speeds and Added Power
- Two-Piece Fully Composite Design With ConneXion Technology
- Ultra-Thin 29/32 Inch Handle
- Product Video for the 2013 Easton S1: YB13S1 Youth
Amazingly quick, birthday gift for my son was in time.