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Endorsed By Louisville Slugger Pro Steven Lloyd
2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
7/8 Inch Tapered Handle
Approved For Play In USSSA, NSA, & ISA
Colorway: Light Blue
End Loaded Swing Weight For Supreme Energy Transfer & Increased Power On Contact
Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
LS-2X Composite Barrel Features Our Exclusive Quick Break-In Design
IST XStiff Technology Two-Piece Construction With A Stiffer Feel
New Pyramid Grip Taper - Provides Unique Feel On Knob + It Can Be Removed
Two-Piece, All-Composite Softball Bat
Louisville Slugger softball bats are the be all end all on any slow pitch diamond. The Super Z-1000 series was created for players with ice in their veins. No moment is too big and you've never met a pitcher you weren't ready to dominate. The Super Z-1000 End Load is designed for slowpitch players ready to power their way to the top. Designed with LS-2X composite technology, this stick is ready to rake right out of the wrapper. Designed for and endorsed by Louisville Slugger Pro Steven Lloyd, the Super Z-1000 End Load comes equipped with IST XStiff Technology, which increases energy transfer when you power the bat through the zone. Louisville Slugger: Leave Your Mark!
This Louisville Slugger Z-1000 End Loaded USSSA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (WTLSZU19E) features a standard 2 1/4-inch barrel diameter, a removable pyramid grip taper, and it is endorsed by Slugger pro Steven Lloyd. With multiple certification stamps, this model is approved for play in USSSA, NSA, and ISA. Swing for the fences with a Super Z-1000 and buy one of these Louisville Slugger slow pitch bats today with free shipping and full one (1) year manufacturer's warranty. Don't forget, with our 24/7 customer service, we'll be here from click to hit!
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About the Brand
In 1842, J. Frederick Hillerich emigrated with his family from Baden-Baden, Germany to the United States. Eight years before, the 1834 Book of Sports had made its debut as the nation's first publication covering baseball. But when he arrived in Baltimore, J. Frederick Hillerich would never have dreamed of the future impact his family would have on America's favorite pastime.
After a short while, the Hillerichs moved to Louisville, where J. Fred started a woodworking shop in 1856. Two of his sons, Adam and John Andrew "Bud" were born in the United States and would later join their father in his business. By 1864 "J.F. Hillerich, Job Turning" was in operation and filled orders for businesses by custom-turning everything from balusters to bedposts.
The firm thrived, and by 1875 the little woodworking shop employed about 20 people. In 1880 Bud Hillerich, who was an amateur baseball player, became an apprentice in his father's shop. Young Bud made his own baseball bats along with bats for several of his teammates.
The debate over the origins of the first bat continues to generate controversy among baseball enthusiasts, but the younger Hillerich was most certainly involved in getting his father's business involved with what would become the company's signature item. According to company legend, the first bat was turned by Bud for Pete "The Old Gladiator" Browning in 1884. Browning was a star on Louisville's professional American Association team - the Eclipse. On a spring afternoon Bud, then seventeen, witnessed Browning break his favorite bat. Bud offered to make a bat for his hero, and Browning accepted. After the young wood shop apprentice lathed a quality stick from white ash, according to the story, Browning got three hits with it in the next game.
Louisville Slugger gloves are worn by more pitchers in Major League Baseball than any other glove.
|Approved For||ISA NSA USSSA|
|Barrel Diameter||2 1/4"|
|Deals||Personalization Eligible Closeout Bats Bundle and Save Deal Of The Day|
|Hitting Style||Power Hitter|
|Price||$100 - $199.99 $200 - $299.99|
|Softball Bats||Slow Pitch|
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