2014 Easton S400: YB14S400 Youth
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How does this bat compare to the youth Velo? Specifically the size of the sweet spot?
The Rawlings VELO: (SLVEL5) Senior League is going to be a one-piece design with 5150 alloy which will increase the trampoline effect and pop off of the bat. The sweet spot will be very defined and powerful using this type of material. The 2014 Easton S400: (YB14S400) Youth will also have a solid sweet spot, but will use 7056 aircraft alloy which will help provide a faster swing speed rather than create a larger sweet spot.
How well does the ball come off this bat?
The 2014 Easton S400 (YB14S400) Youth is an excellent bat that performs at a high level.
Does this dent easily?
The 2014 Easton S400: YB14S400 Youth is features very high quality aluminum that does not dent easily.
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
- -12.5 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- 7046 Aircraft Alloy for Fast Swing Speed
- Approved for Play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and USSSA
- Balanced Swing Weight
- Cushioned Grip
- Features USSSA 1.15 BPF Stamp
- Free Shipping!
- One-Piece, Alloy Construction
- Replacing the Easton Rampage
- Twelve Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Ultra-thin 29/32 Inch Handle
- Product Video for the 2014 Easton S400: YB14S400 Youth
The online ordering was easy and prices were a little cheaper.