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  • 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter

  • -5 Length to Weight Ratio

  • ConneXion Technology - Maximizes Energy Transfer and Eliminates Vibration

  • Ultra-Thin, 29/32 Inch Handle with Performance Diamond Grip

  • IMX Advanced Composite Barrel - Ultra-Responsive Hitting Surface

  • SIC Black Carbon Composite Handle - Optimized Stiffness for Added Strength and Performance

  • Free Shipping!

  • Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty

  • End Loaded Swing Weight

  • Extended Barrel Design

  • Features USSSA BPF 1.15 Certification

The NEW Easton XL1 is explosive and re-designed! As the industry leader for over 30 years, Easton Baseball/Softball has continued to raise the bar with innovation, originality and ingenuity. The popular power bat is back, and is in high demand! This dominant model features an IMX Composite Barrel, and an SIC Black Carbon Handle to eliminate vibrations and improve the overall feel. The Performance Diamond Grip also accentuates Easton's belief in comfort and control. This model promotes the idea of excellence, and will immediately bring players into beast mode. The end-loaded effect makes this model perfect for big hitters, and will continually help players excel on the field. Choose Easton, and personalize your power! The Easton XL1 features the USSSA stamp (1.15 BPF) and comes with a Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty.

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Top choice for power hitters M.C. parent

Pros: This bat is amazing for power hitters. This is not your typical drop 5 bat. My son claims this is heavier to swing that a balanced BBCOR he has. However, if you can swing this bat, it is amazing with excellent pop (given the mass you are swinging) right out of the wrapper. In our practices, he is hitting the ball farther than with his other drop 5.

Cons: This is not a true drop 5, it is more like a drop 3. Also, the bat scratches easily. Finally, you need to practice a lot with this bat to get used to. This bat is not for everyone.

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Great pop and great bat G-dizzlllleee player

Pros: GReat bat, great pop, even if you hit it of the end its still going farrrrrrr. First practice was crushing them. Definitely recommend it

Cons: Little top heavy if you aren't a strong kid, not good for littler players

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xl1 NIck Gallo player

Pros: I am a 12 year old and i play for the USA team. Just got this bat and my first at bat was a bomb. Great feel. But it is not good for your average ll player. Even if it comes off the end its till goes far.

Cons: Nope

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Beast bat Djr parent

Pros: Bat is really good, has toons of pop, I would recommend this bat if you are a big strong kid and can hit a baseball solid. This bat will make you a even bigger stud!!!

Cons: Nothing

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Anonymous

Pros: Use this bat has great bat and great feel

Cons: Bat chips after about 400-500 hits

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So far so good Derek coach

Pros: The bat has a crazy trampoline effect from the composite. My player is 13, swings the 32 / 27. He is huge for his age (5'8'' solid 190). He went from a BBCOR drop 3 to this so the 2 ounces lighter is making a big difference in speed and control of the bat.

Cons: The only con to this bat is the handle is really thin. I have smaller hands and when I grabbed and swung the bat, right away I could feel the narrow handle. My player said he thought it was pretty thin too. He has larger hands than I do.

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Worst bat Easton made Anonymous parent

Pros: None

Cons: I had this bat for 2 weeks and it busted so I took it back to Easton to get it fixed and when I got it back it broke again

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I am a fourteen yearold. Landon Henley player

Pros: This bat is beast! Its hot when it comes out of the box and when you break it in you will hit tanks I guarantee it.

Cons: I have none. Best bat ever made!

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xl review dingersfordays player

Pros: great pop

Cons: back chopped after hitting about 100 balls bad durability dont get this bat

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Power Baller player

Pros: Has a ton of pop with a trampoline effect, better for power hitters, but just a great bat in general.

Cons: Top heavy so better for bigger, stronger kids

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xl1 cezzy wezzy player

Pros: im a 13u player and i play for my mid-west international team and my first hit was a homer and in the cahes i was roping the ball

Cons: nothing best xl1 yet

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punisher jamie-gnatnation player

Pros: first day at practice hit the homers in bp

Cons: best bat u can every buy

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POP!!! Heavy G parent

Pros: This is the first bat I have ever reviewed because this is the best bat I've ever bought. I don't usually pay attention to a lot of reviews because I always believed that the manufacturer or someone that sells that particular bat is trying to sell more without being completely honest, plus this bat is $300. So with that being said, this is the hottest bat out of the wrapper I have ever bought. I'm not going to tell you he has hit 5 homers in his first tourney because he hasn't used it in a tourney yet. The first day he hit a ball with it, we both stopped and looked at each other. Unbelievable POP! I'm not saying it's the best bat ever. I'm saying it's the best I have ever bought and I have bought a lot of bats. By the way, if it helps, my son is 12.

Cons: A little heavy.

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Bat Ryan Sullivan player

Pros: Nothing , I am a power hitter but can't swing it.

Cons: No pop, heavy, cracks easy, and is hard to swing.

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XL1 Review Warden parent

Pros: This bat looks really cool and has a great feel and incredible pop and no vibration. It is well worth the price.

Cons: This bat is a bit end loaded but once you get it through the zone I don't think there is a bat out there with more pop than this one. A 32/27 swing weight is pretty close to comparing it to a 32/29.

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xl1 Jeff C. coach

Pros: My 13u team has 2 of these bats now and looking to purchase more, great pop and weight balance.

Cons: paint chips real easy

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2015 XL1 Trey Truitt player

Pros: This bat is awesome, we just had a tournament and i went 21 for 22 with 4 homeruns, 6 triples, 10 doubles, and 1 single. Im twelve playing 14u baseball and the fence was 350 and i was still putting balls over a 350 fence. This bat has so much pop, i even hit a few of the end of the bat and it was still going far.

Cons: None

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best pop ever steve player

Pros: I'm 115 and 5'5 and I hit a ball about 300 ft (homerun) with this bat....... probably 30 or 40 feet farther than my next deepest shot, this was also the first at bat I used it. It's pretty hard to miss the ball with this thing because everything off the bat is hit at least pretty hard. Very top heavy so some kids won't be able to swing this.

Cons: heavy, feels like -3 sometimes. if you're looking for a lighter feeling -5 the voodoo is certainly the bat for you.

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boss!!! cw player

Pros: its the best bat ive ever swung. the ball fells like a spring coming off the barrell!

Cons: a little heavier than a -5

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HITTER STORM 88 player

Pros: HOTTEST BAT ON THE PLANET. IF YOU CAN GET IT THROUGH THE ZONE IT IS DANGEROUS FOR PITCHERS.

Cons: VERY END LOADED AND IS DROP THREE WEIGHT DESPITE - 5 LABEL. IT MAY ELONGATE YOUR SWING AND CAUSE SOME HITCHES WHERE YOU ONLY HIT LOW BALLS OR OUTSIDE PITCHES. AMAZING POP BUT EXTREME END LOAD.

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Mr. Mike player

Pros: Good all around bat with lots of POP

Cons: a little pricey

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outstanding pop great bat dinger baseball player

Pros: this bat has crazy pop the fist practice i hit with it amd was hitting dingers way out of the park this bat is amazing

Cons: none

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BOOM dingerssss player

Pros: This bat is nasty. im putting balls 325 easy as a 13 year old. the pop is insane and especially for power hitters. if you square one up with this bat it will go a long way

Cons: everyone uses it!

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great BAT Eddie the midget player

Pros: its got a ton of pop' I am 13, 5 foot 1inches tall 90 pounds And im hitting dingers (not really but harder then I have ever hit the ball) great bat

Cons: bat Is so heavy but I mean im pretty weak so that does not say much but I love the bat

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dangerous erfergerg other

Pros: this bat is the best bat ever made!!!! most pop of any bat in the world, cool looks, great sound when you hit it, and top heavy (some people don't like top heavy but i do),

Cons: when you are on defense and someone is using this bat u get scared lol

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dinger bat dinger dave player

Pros: this bat is honestly the best bat ive ever had its pop is increadible

Cons: the barrel isnt as big as the -8 easton xl1 and the vibration can be bad sometimes

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Awesome Juan player

Pros: you will hit BOMBS with this bat. The bat has outrageous amounts of pop. Even if you hit the ball of the end of bat the ball will fly!

Cons: Very top heavy

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Impressive ! Coach H coach

Pros: Our team had to use Drop 5 for certain tournaments and we watched teams hand this bat from one kid to another on the really good teams. After watching our 10th HR against us, we decided to buy this as "team bat." We finished the rest of our games undefeated and had a number of kids really increase their average using the "team bat". I used it in the cage myself and I could really tell the difference in spring off the bat.

Cons: A little paint chipping

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XL1 SL15X15 Mike parent

Pros: Son likes bat, however...

Cons: Unable to use in Pony All Star Tournament. Failed bat testing.

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Great bat Andrew Mahlke player

Pros: Hits bombs and hard liners with a ton of pop. Very durable also nice grip comes with. It is recommended for strong kids.

Cons: None

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Unbelievable! Baseball Dad parent

Pros: My Son is 13 and we have gone through every "hot" brand name there is. Never been a huge fan of composite, hate the break in time, always miss that "ping!", etc. But I gave in and bought the XL (-5). It arrived last night at 5:00pm, we hit the fields at 6:30. Out of the wrapper he dings 8 out and put 2 into some trees about 245-250 ft. up. This bat is ridiculous! Opp power was strong and he loved the balance. He's not a big kid, 5 5", 115, weight wasn't an issue. I'm a believer!

Cons: None at this time.

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Best bat Kolby player

Pros: The ball bounces of the bat so well. I reccomend it to anyone.

Cons: none

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easton xl1 -5 jackson baseball player

Pros: best bat ever! it has the most pop bat ive ever used!! its amazing

Cons: none

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Good bat Yaya player

Pros: I hit 16 homeruns in cooperstown with this bat, the bat will insure you hit the ball harder and farther. You can always hear in the bat how far the ball is going.

Cons: Grip is kinda bad, i recommend puting some lizard skin on. The vibration can be bad if you get jammed but not as much if it hits the end of the bat.

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Great bat for hitters with quick hands Jason Moffett parent

Pros: Lots of pop Comfortable feel Good bat before transitioning to BBCOR

Cons: Hitters need to be able to generate bat speed or they will not get the most out of the bat. Really only good for senior league. Cannot use for school ball.

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Slugger5

Pros: Love this bat. My son had the 31" -8 version this summer and I bought this -5 one for the Fall. The ball jumps off the bat. My 12 year old son who is 5'6" 145lbs, hit a 309 ft. home run this past Sunday. Would definitely recommend.

Cons: None so far.

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great bat P parent

Pros: Two triples with it on the first day. Big pop.

Cons: Price

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The homerun bat Rob Renoylds player

Pros: I hit abut 27 dingers in one weekend with this bat, it is truly the dinger bat of all time

Cons: its a beast

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dinger bat Robby S.Gonzalez player

Pros: i hit 27 dingers in one weekend with this bat, it is the dinger bat of all time.

Cons: its to good to be true, but you can only hit dingers if u as good as me. i am a goat. Greatest Of All Time

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Amazing justin player

Pros: this bat is amazing i used it for one tournament and hit 3 homeruns. This bat will absolutely crush the ball.

Cons: a kid on our team had it for only three weeks and then the end cap started to spin and the bat would rattle.

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Great Bat Nick Lynn player

Pros: This bat is easily the best bat I have ever owned. Every hit is a bomb with this bat if the ball is hit on the sweet spot. Bat has crazy pop and is balanced. I highly recommend this bat.

Cons: I am 15 now and cant use it anymore but that's about it.

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BEST BAT Chris player

Pros: Great handle size, perfect size sweet spot!

Cons: Gets very little scratches and marks after use.

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baseball colin player

Pros: it has so much pop I hit one 320

Cons: none it is just top heavy if u arnt the strongest kid

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This bat is amazing Manuel Contreras player

Pros: I helped out a Mizuno team this weekend and everyone was hittin doubles in the gap because im the only one on my team with this bat i havee to change my grip at least twice every 6 days.

Cons: nothing

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Has anything changed with the 2015 XL1 -5, versus the 2014 XL1 -5, other than the color?
j dub
No, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will be very much the same as the previous year's XL1 -5 model. The color scheme was the largest change.
Brandon
Will this bat come in a 32 inch 27 ounce size? If so, when will it come in stock?
Brian
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) should be coming into inventory within the next two weeks in that size.
Patrick
Is there more or less end load in this bat or will it be practically identical to the 2014 XL1 drop 5?
swaggy
The weighting and end-load in the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will be the same as on the 2014 model.
Patrick
Is the 2015 XL1 in stock in a 32" 27 oz.?
BT
Yes, we do have the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) currently in stock in that sizing.
Brandon
Is this bat end loaded? If so, could you recommend any other Easton bats that are not end loaded.
Patrick
Yes, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is end loaded. The 2015 Easton MAKO TORQ Senior League Baseball Bat (SL15MK5T) and the 2014 Easton S500 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL14S500) are the only -5 Easton models that are balanced.
John H
Can you compare this with the 2015 Combat G3 and the 2015 DeMarini Voodoo Overlord?
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The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 (SL15X15) is going to be a two-piece full composite design that has an end loaded swing weight. The DeMarini Voodoo Overlord is a two-piece design as well but it will have an alloy barrel while the handle will be composite. The 2015 Combat G3 model will be a one-piece full composite design with a balanced swing weight. Generally, the power hitters prefer more of an end loaded swing weight like the XL1 and the Voodoo Overlord. If you are looking for more bat speed then the Combat G3 would be the best option.
John
How stiff would the XL1 be?
Falconbaseball
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will have a stiff feel. It will not be as stiff as an XL3 model though.
Brandon
Is there an Easton MAKO in a 32/27(-5) size? Is this the only 2015 Easton that is a drop five? Would this bat have more spring/pop than the MAKO BBCOR -3? I would assume the 1.15 BPF bat has more spring than a BBCOR. My son has one more year until he is required to use BBCOR.
TMance
The Easton MAKO is not available in a -5 option. Easton offers the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15), the XL3, and the MAKO TORQ in a -5 for 2015. The MAKO TORQ features the same design as the MAKO, but has the 360 degree rotating handle. The XL1 Senior League bat does have more pop than a BBCOR MAKO bat. BBCOR bats have the highest restrictions and the bats performance is capped to perform more like a wood bat. A bat with a USSSA 1.15 BPF does not have the same restrictions that a BBCOR bat does and typically performs a little higher.
Jason
Is this bat better than the 2014 XL1 -5? When did this bat come out?
jackie baseball
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League (SL15X15) will be the same as the 2014 model will slightly different graphics used. The performance for both bats will be similar since they both must meet the same 1.15 BPF rating. The 2015 XL1 was released in October.
Kelby
My son is 5'8" and weighs 130 lbs. What size do you recommend?
Nick
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 32" 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Tessa
im 5 4 95 pounds what size bat should i swing
mada
For the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) our bat coach recommends a 31" bat.
Joe
Which bat is better for a power hitter? The XL1 or the 2015 Combat G3 -5
Brian
Many power hitters tend to prefer single piece bats like the 2015 COMBAT Portent G3 Senior League Baseball Bat w/ Lizard Skin Grip (PG3SL112) since they provide a stiffer feel than two-piece bats when connecting with the ball. However, the extended barrel featured in the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is a great asset for power and contact hitters.
Ben
My son has been swinging the S3 31/21 and XL3 31/22. He has recently been hitting with a -5 Attack and likes the weight. He wants to go back to Easton, but cannot decide between the XL1 and XL3. Which one has the best pop?
Pea Pod #88
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the Xl3 have the same amount of pop. It really comes down to personal preference between the two different designs. The XL1 has a two-piece fully composite design and does require a slight break-in period. The XL3 will be hot out of the wrapper and will provide him a similar feel compared to what he has used in the past.
Jason
Is the XL1 hot out of the box or will it require break-in? I am considering it or the XL3 drop 5. The player is 12 years old, 5'6" and 122 lbs.
Pea Pod
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is a two-piece fully composite bat and will require a break-in period. Typically about 150-200 swings off a tee will break it in. Based on the players height and weight, we suggest a 32" model.
Jason
I am 5 foot 3 and weigh 105 pounds. What size bat should I use?
Ihill27
Based on your height and weight, we would suggest a 31 inch size of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Patrick
I am 5 foot 6 and weigh 130 pounds. Would you recommend a 31 inch or a 32 inch?
anonymous
Based on your height and weight, we would suggest you use a 32 inch model of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Patrick
My son is 5'5" and weighs 135. He has used the XL1 the last 2 years and has hit a total of 60 home runs. He is now 13 years old and will not use any other bat. Should we get a 32" or a 33"?
JimmyH22
For his size, I would recommend a 32" in the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Allison
Can you compare the 2014 model to this one? Which one is better?
baseball8
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the 2014 XL1 are the same bat. The only difference is the cosmetic appearance, one will not be better than the other.
Jason
Does it have the same sound and pop as the 2014? Last year the -5 XL1 was the "hot bat". What is the "hot bat" this year?
Fhdhf
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is the exact same bat as the 2014 model. The only difference is the cosmetic appearance. The 2015 XL1 is still a very high performing bat. The end loaded swing weight makes it a great option for any power hitter.
Jason
Is the 2015 XL1 -5 model any different from the 2013 XL1 -5 model? My son loves the 2013 XL1 -5 model but needs to replace it.
CABaseball
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will be similar in overall design to the Easton XL1 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL13X15) but will have an increased durability due to enhancements to the way the composite material is put together. The other differences would be the obvious cosmetic changes.
Patrick
What is the better choice the Louisville Slugger Prime 915 or the Easton XL1??
G-man
Both the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the 2015 Louisville Slugger Prime 915 Senior League Baseball Bat (SLP9155) would be nice options. The major difference would be the weighting of the bat. The Prime 915 is more balanced for a lighter swing weight and could be used by all types of players. The XL1 is end-loaded and will be more preferred by a power hitter type player.
Patrick
Does this bat come in a 33 inch 28 ounce?
Cappas
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) largest size in the 32 inch.
Frankie
What are the main differences between the 2015 Easton XL1 and XL3 drop 5 bats?
Jack
The difference between the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the 2015 Easton XL3 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X35) is the construction of the bat. The XL1 is a two-piece fully composite design while the XL3 is a single-piece alloy model.
Patrick
I'm 13 years old, 5'8" and 135 pounds. What size and drop weight of the XL1 should I use?
Jack
For a player of your age and size, our bat coach would recommend the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) in a 32" model. Additionally, we would also recommend using the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -8 Baseball Bat (SL15X18) over the SL15X15 because it is a fairly difficult transition from a balanced model like the S1 to an end loaded version such as the XL1.
Joe
I'm 13 years old, and 110 lbs. I am swinging an XL1 30/25 and handle it very well. I was thinking of moving up to a 31/26 MAKO TORQ. What would you recommend?
titansSS48
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) would be a great choice. If you are thinking of a new 2015 MAKO TORQ it is also very high performing. It will feel lighter and more balanced compared to the end loaded feel of the XL1. Since you are used to the XL1's swing feel, you should have no issues moving up to a 31/26 in the MAKO TORQ.
Brandon
Why does the -8 XL1 have a bigger barrel than the -5 XL1?
roman
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) should have the same barrel diameter and barrel length of the -8 version. They will both be Senior League models and be USSSA approved.
Brandon
How long will the break-in period be for the Easton XL1?
rmb
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will require about 150-200 swings to be broken in. You will want to take those swings off a tee and rotate the barrel about a quarter turn every so often to evenly break-in the bat.
Jason
I am 14 years old, 5'6" and 148 pounds and play USSSA baseball, what size bat would you recommend?
romanb
For a player of your size, our bat coach recommends the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) in the 32" 27 oz. model.
Joe
My son is 12, 5'3", and 105 lbs. He is being brought up to 14U. The rules state the bat has to be -5 or less. Any suggestions so he can at least get the bat around?
Max
At his age and size you will want a bat that is very balanced with a light feeling swing weight. The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will provide more of a barrel heavy feel. He may not need this yet. Some other models with very balanced and light swing weights will be the DeMarini Vexxum, Rawlings VELO, Marucci CAT 6, and Louisville Slugger Omaha Senior League bats. You can find them all here: http://www.justbats.com/products/baseball%20bats~youth%20big%20barrel/length%20to%20weight%20ratio~-%205/?sortBy=TotalSales%20Descending&size=24
Brandon
I am a contact hitter with lots of bat speed. I am 5'2" and 106 pounds and I want to move up to a drop -5. What would be a better option for me, the Easton XL1 or Marucci Cat 6?
Tanner
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is going to be an end-loaded bat whereas the Marucci Cat 6 is going to be a balanced bat. If you think you have the strength to keep your bat speeds up with an end-loaded bat I would say go for it. If you are concerned about the additional weight of the drop -5 reducing your bat speeds then I would say stick with the Cat 6.
Jake
I am 13-14 years old. I am 5 foot 4 and weigh 100 pounds. What bat size do you recommend for the Easton XL1 -5?
ColeG
Based on height and weight, we would normally recommend a 31 inch length of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Patrick
Is it legal for Junior League players?
Junior Olayer
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) has a composite barrel and does not feature the BBCOR certification stamp. It is not legal for the Junior League of Little League. All composite barrel bats are required to have the BBCOR certification stamp.
Jason
My son is 13 and has a short straight to the ball swing with good bat speed. I was wondering if this bat would fit his swing style?
Matt
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is going to have more of an end loaded swing weight which is preferred by more of the power hitters. If your son prefers more of a balanced swing weight then I would recommend the 2015 DeMarini CF7 Senior League Baseball Bat (DXCF5). It also is a two-piece full composite design just like the Easton XL1.
John
Does the XL1 have the same feeling as the combat bats?
whoop
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) has an end loaded swing weight and will swing heavier than the COMBAT bats. COMBAT currently makes balanced bats.
Jason
Will the XL1 hit the ball further in a drop 5 or a drop 8?
Thomas M
The more mass you can put behind the ball, the further it will travel. If you can swing the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) with the same amount of bat speed as the drop 8, then you will probably see more distance.
Jason
I am 5'5" and 140 lbs. What size would you recommend for me?
big b
For a player of your size, our bat coach would recommend the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) in a 32" 27 oz. model.
Joe
My son is almost 12 and is a power hitter at 5'4" and 140 lbs. He is currently hitting the S2 and S3 bats in a 29" and need to go to a bigger bat. This seems to be more in line with what I think he needs. I'm just looking for a size recommendations.
Big country
Based on his height and weight, our Bat Coach recommends a 31" 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15). Sizing is preferential though, so if he felt more comfortable only jumping to a 30" model, that is something to take into consideration as well. Generally, you want to swing the longest and heaviest bat that you can comfortably and consistently control.
Tessa
i am 13 years old, 5'10" tall, and weigh 135 lbs. What bat size should I be swinging?
will
We recommend swinging the 32" 27 oz. model in the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Tom
Is this bat legal for Little League Juniors Division?
Max
I do not believe the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is legal for Little League Junior Division because this is a two piece composite design with a composite barrel. I believe for the Juniors the bat has to be BBCOR if is has a composite barrel.
Frankie
I am 12 years old, 5 foot and weigh 105 pounds. What size would you recommend for me?
Bam
Based on your height and weight I recommend getting the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) in a 30 inch.
Frankie
Is this bat Little League approved?
Pete
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is not approved for play in any Little League division. The XL1 features a 2 5/8" barrel and composite design with the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp. The XL1 needs to be BBCOR certified to be legal for play in the Intermediate division and beyond of Little League.
Jason
Is the XL1 approved for Babe Ruth play?
Steve
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is not approved for Babe Ruth league play because it has a 2 5/8 inch barrel diameter and is made entirely out of composite material in the handle and barrel area. To be legal, it would need to be BBCOR certified and it is not.
Patrick
What size would you recommend for my son? He is 13 years old, 5'9", and weighs 170 lbs.
buck
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 32" 27 oz. 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15). For more information on sizing, check out our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Tessa
My son is a really good contact hitter and has pretty good power as well. He will be 13 and is 5 foot 9 and weighs 175 pounds. Will this be a good bat for him?
bigtwinsdad
If your player prefers an end-loaded feel, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) could be a great option. In general, usually the stronger more power hitter type players are the ones that see a benefit from an end-loaded design.
Patrick
Why does it look like the XL1 -5 has a shorter barrel than the -8 edition?
Pro right fielder
The pictures on the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) may not accurately compare to the pictures on the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -8 Baseball Bat (SL15X18) They should have similar barrel sizes.
Patrick
Is this Easton's bat for power hitters?
dave
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is designed for power hitters.
Frankie
Does this bat have a 2 5/8" barrel diameter?
Baseballer
This 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will have a 2 5/8" barrel diameter.
Ben
Does this bat require a break in? If so how long or how many hits? All so I'm 5 foot 3, what size would you I need?
crusaders baseball
Yes, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) will require a break in. Any bat that features a composite barrel will require a break in before it will see its top performance. A break in is about 150-200 swings off a soft toss or a tee. You just want to make sure you rotate the barrel a 1/4" every swing to ensure an even break in. Based on your height, we recommend a 31" bat. For more information on sizing, you can check out our Bat Coach: http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/
Tessa
Which bat is going to be more end loaded: this bat or the 2014 XL3 -5?
Jack
Both the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the 2014 Easton XL3 -5 are going to have the same end loaded feel. One will not be more end loaded than the other.
Frankie
How does this compare to the MAKO? Is the MAKO or XL1 better?
trey
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the MAKO are actually very comparable to each other. They both feature a two-piece fully composite design and an extended barrel. The main difference between the two is that the MAKO feature a balanced swing weight, whereas the XL1 features an end loaded swing weight. One would not be better than the other, it is more about going with a bat that best compliments your hitting style. For example, if you tend to perform better with an end loaded bat, the XL1 would be the best choice. If you like the feel of a balanced bat, then going with the MAKO would be the better choice. It will be a matter of preference.
Tessa
Can I use this bat for Babe Ruth baseball?
cyrus13
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) would not be allowed in that league because they require composite barrel bats to be BBCOR certified if they have the big barrel diameter. This bat does not meet BBCOR certification.
Patrick
I am 5 foot 5 and weigh 115. What size would you recommend for me?
nick
Based on height and weight, I would suggest a 31 inch size of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Patrick
I am 5 foot 8 and weigh 120 pounds. What size bat should I use?
Kyle
Based on height and weight, we would recommend the 32 inch size of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15)
Patrick
Is this bat better than last years -5 XL1?
Tony
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) and the 2014 model are equally good. They are the same bat other than the cosmetics of the bat. They are both made out of the same composite.
Jason
My son is about to turn 13 and is looking to move to a drop -5 from a drop -10. He loves his Rival BG10XL 31" 21 oz. What would be the closest bat to replacing this old bat. He is 5'8" and 120 lbs.
bosox
The Easton Rival is a balanced one-piece alloy bat. The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is a two-piece fully composite end-loaded bat and will have very different characteristics than his Rival. If you are looking for something similar I would recommend 2015 Easton S3 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL15S310B).
Jake
How would I know if this is the right bat for me?
Trey Baseball
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is going to be designed for power hitters. If you are a power hitter this will be a great bat for you.
Frankie
I am 5 foot 4 inches and weigh 120 pounds. What size bat should I use?
aaron
Based on your height and weight we recommend getting the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) in a 31 inch.
Frankie
Does the XL1 BBCOR come in drop 3?
d mags
There is a BBCOR certified, -3 version of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) but we are currently out of stock on it.
Patrick
Does this bat come in a 30 inch 25 ounce?
Bill
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) was produced in that size but we do not have it in inventory. The new 2016 line should feature that size.
Patrick
Is this bat a BBCOR bat?
coltsid
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is not BBCOR certified. It is a USSSA 1.15 BPF certified bat.
Jason
I am 5 foot 8 and weigh 125 pounds. What size XL1 would I need?
cbaseball
Baed on your height and weight, we would recommend a 32 inch size of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Patrick
I am 5 foot 1' and weigh 98 pounds. I have been using an XL1 -8 30 inch bat this last year. What length -5 would you recommend? I am thinking 31 inches.
Tomster
Based on height and weight, I would recommend a 31 inch size of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Patrick
I am thirteen and I am about 5'5" and 130 pounds. I was wondering whether I should get the 25 oz. or 26 oz.?
Ben
We would recommend the 31" 26 oz. for a player with your height and weight in the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
John
Is there going to be a 2016 version of this bat Model: SL15X15?
SEP33
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is being replaced by the 2016 Easton MAKO XL Senior League Baseball Bat (SK16MK5) model. The MAKO XL will use Easton's TCT Thermo Composite while the 2015 XL1 used Easton's older IMX Composite.
John
I am 5'7" 160 lbs. What size should I use?
br
Based on your height and weight, we suggest a 32" model in the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15).
Jason
I see in one of your replies that the 2014 XL1 32 inch 27 ounce is the same as the 2015 XL1 32 inch 27 ounce model. Do you feel the newer TCT Thermo Composite in the 2016 is better than Easton's older IMX Composite?
Kerdink
The TCT Thermocomposite material featured in the 2016 Easton MAKO XL Senior League Baseball Bat (SL16MK5) has a bit better durability for more sustained performance than the IMX material previously used.
Patrick
I am about 5 foot 3 and weigh 89 pounds. What size would be good for me and, if not this bat, what other bat would be good for me?
J
Based on height and weight, we would suggest a 30 inch bat for you. Given its end-loaded feel, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) may have a bit too heavy of a feel depending on how strong your swing is. The more balanced 2016 Easton MAKO XL Senior League Baseball Bat (SL16MK5) may be a better option for you.
Patrick
I am 5'8 109 lbs, 13 years old. Very strong for size. What size and model for me? Was planning on drop 5
Isaac
I would recommend a 32" 27 oz. 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) for a player of your height and weight if you feel you are strong for your size.
Cameron
how do you tell if its a bbcor or a big barrel
jeff
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) would be a youth big barrel bat as it is a drop 5. To find out if a bat is BBCOR, you would need to look for the stamp. Also, BBCOR bats will all be drop 3.
Cameron
I am 5 foot 3 and I weigh about 115 pounds. Would this bat be good for me? If not, which bat?
Blake
The 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) would be a good option if you like a slightly end-loaded feel to the bat. It is a high performing model and will work well when you adjust to the swing weight.
Patrick
Is there a new model for this bat?
zach
Unfortunately, Easton did not create a 2016 model of the Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15. But, if you're looking for a bat that is most similar to this XL1, I would recommend taking a look at the 2016 Easton MAKO XL Senior League Baseball Bat: SL16MK5. I have attached a link to that bat below. http://www.justbats.com/product/2016-easton-mako-xl-senior-league-baseball-bat--sl16mk5/22973/
John
Are you sold out of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat SL15X15 in the 31/26 size? Is this bat not available in that size?
JUN
Yes, unfortunately, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15 is sold out in the 31" / 26 ounce model.
John
Does this bat come in the 2 3/4 model?
ike
No, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is only available in a 2 5/8" barrel.
John
Do you have a 30 inch 25 ounce in stock?
JAson
No, we only have the 32 inch size of the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) in stock.
Patrick
When will you have the 31/26 in stock?
Finchy
Unfortunately, the 2015 Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15 is a discontinued model and once we sell out of a particular size/weight we are unable to get any more in from the manufacturer. The only size left in stock is the 32 inch 27 ounce model.
Cameron
My son is moving up to the next level in our league and also plays on a U14 traveling league, which he will have to use a 2 5/8" barrel bat. He is about 5' 3" and about 170 lbs and 14 years of age. He currently has been swinging the Easton Mako XL 31 inch 21 ounce 2 1/4" barrel. He is a power hitter and has a fast swing. Would you recommend this XL1 senior -5 or the XL3 senior -5? Having a hard time figuring it out. He does hit well with the composite bat but not sure if the new alloy is a choice as well.
M Franzen
Based on the information you have provided, as well as the customer reviews and conversations we have had on these two bats, we would recommend getting the Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15. This bat has exceptional pop and durability.
Cameron
I am looking to buy a 2015 Easton XL1 and I noticed some model numbers are SL15X15 and some are SL15X18. Can you explain the difference in the two?
batman
The model number on the Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15 is a shortened version of the name of the bat. The SL stands for Senior League, the 15 means it is a 2015 model, the X1 is referencing that it is the XL1, and the 5 at the end means it is a drop 5. The SL15X18 means all of the same things, but the 8 at the end means that it is a drop 8.
Jason
What model is replacing the XL1 -5? Is the new model essentially the same bat with a new model number and color?
joe
The model that has replaced this Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) is going to be the 2016 Easton MAKO XL Senior League Baseball Bat (SL16MK5). The bats will both be two-piece, composite models with end-loaded swing weights. The MAKO XL features a slightly different build of composite material and it will also have a new color on it.
Ben
Discontinued. What is the 2016 replacement for this Easton bat?
mom
Easton replaced the Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15 with the 2016 Easton MAKO XL Senior League Baseball Bat: SL16MK5.
Nick
Is this a composite barrel or composite handle bat?
gerald
The Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15 is a two-piece fully composite bat with an end-loaded swing weight design.
Cameron
When will this bat be continued?
Bob
Unfortunately, Easton does not have any plans to continue making the Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15. The 2018 Easton Ghost X -5 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL18GX58 is technically the bat that replaced the XL1.
Jason
I'm looking for a older bat. Everyone says the old XL1's are some of the best drop 5 bats ever made. Is the 2015 Orange XL1 better than the 2013 Black and Yellow XL1?
Dan
Unfortunately, I was not working here in 2013 to know personally about comments made on the 2013 Easton XL1 Senior League Baseball Bat (SL13X15). I do know that it was a well liked bat and judging from the reviews that were left, it generally averaged a 4-out-of-5 rating in the JustBats rating categories. For 2015, this Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat (SL15X15) was a very high performing bat and we did receive a lot of remarks from customers who preferred it over the MAKO bats (the MAKOs were very popular as well). Reviews on this bat were usually 5-out-of-5 in regard to quality and I would rate this bat slightly above the 2013 model.
Ben
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Easton XL1 Senior League -5 Baseball Bat: SL15X15
Approved For USSSA
Barrel Diameter 2 5/8
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Bat Type Baseball
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Length to Weight Ratio - 5
Material Composite
Series XL1
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