Reviews for the Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP13L6
*lightweight but still has pop
*large sweet spot
*no feedback in handle
*good for guys with warning track power
I'm not the biggest slugger on our team but this bat has had an effect on the distance balls are traveling for me for sure
Just purchased this bat after my syn ext finally broke
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I have this bat and the league I play in says bat must meet BPF 1.20. I doesn't appear to say this on the barrel. Is it over the 1.20? I am bummed out because I believe I had the Salvo, and it broke quickly. They stopped carrying the Salvo, so they sent me this saying this was comparable. However, I believe the Salvo was 1.20 BPF, and this is not so I don't think I can use this bat. Can't seem to find any info online.
Asked by dave
Unfortunately, unless your league tests each bat itself, you won't be able to use this Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP13L6). The USSSA certification tests for the BPF (Bat Performance Factor), but the ASA test is completely different. It seems your league would require the USSSA stamp. Easton produces this kind of design that is BPF 1.20 certified, but it's the 2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14L5).
What is the difference between the L1.0 and the L6.0? What do the numbers signify?
Asked by Arrrrg
The models are very different. The 2014 Easton L1.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14L1) is a two-piece design that is approved for USSSA play and the 2014 Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14L6) is a one-piece design that is approved for ASA play. The numbers indicate the difference in model style.
can this bat be sent in to get the usssa stamp on it?
Asked by rich
No, the reason the Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP13L6) does not carry a USSSA stamp as it did not pass their compliance test. This bat is only approved for ASA and ISF play.
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Description for Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP13L6
Introducing the 2013 Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP13L6! There are 3 constants when it comes to slow pitch players and their bats; they want a bat that's hot out of the wrapper, they're always looking for the next best thing and they prefer either a balanced or end-loaded design. Well, Raw Power is Easton's answer! The Raw Power Line features the B-Series that offers evenly balanced designs for controlled power, and the L-Series that offers end-loaded designs for absolute maximum power. Part of the L-Series, the L6.0 has a specific end-load weight called out at the end of its 12 inch barrel: 26oz = 1oz load, 27oz = 2oz load, 28oz = 3oz load, 30oz = 4oz load. The L6.0 features Easton's Single System Composite Design and is constructed entirely from Easton's trademark IMX Composite for an optimal sweet spot and maximum performance. The handle is wrapped with an ultra-thin gauze grip that is perfect for players that like tack without the bulkiness of many modern grips. The time is now to bring Raw Power to YOUR game. Easton: Engineered for Glory! The L6.0 features the new ASA stamp and is approved for play in ASA and ISF. It is backed by a Full Six (6) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
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