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2013 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch
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  • **New ASA Stamp**
  • 12 Inch Barrel Length
  • 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
  • 29/32 Inch Handle
  • Approved for Play in ASA and ISF
  • End-Loaded Swing Weight
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  • Full Six (6) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
  • IMX Composite for Optimal Sweet Spot and Maximum Performance
  • One-Piece Single System Composite Design
  • Tacky Ultra-Thin Gauze Grip
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by Joe - May 02, 2013

Pros: This bat is HOT straight out of the wrapper. The 27oz with 2oz endload comes around perfect and droppes bombs! Absolutely no feed back in the handle hits like the old salvo +15 feet.

Cons: Curious about the durability with the warranty dropping down from 400 day to 6mo.

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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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by Joe - May 02, 2013

Pros: This bat is HOT straight out of the wrapper. The 27oz with 2oz endload comes around perfect and droppes bombs! Absolutely no feed back in the handle hits like the old salvo +15 feet.

Cons: Curious about the durability with the warranty dropping down from 400 day to 6mo.

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by Thad - May 10, 2013

Pros: Hotter than most USSSA bats I've swung. First 20 hits-14 went out 300+ fence. I bought 3 more just in case, lol. Hottest ASA bat ever. Ultra who..?

Cons: None.

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by Beese - Apr 20, 2013

Pros: Hot right out of the wrapper. Hitting line drives all over the field. I am not a home run hitter but am hitting lots of hot line drives.

Cons: I do not like the grip as well as other grips but it is not bad and is easily replaced if I want.

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by BangBang - Aug 02, 2013

Pros: Has great pop out of the wrapper. Second hit with was 300'+

Cons: If you swing a 28 I would recommend the 27oz, 28 feels s little heavy after swinging my synergy extended 28oz

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by SuperSlugger - May 28, 2013

Pros: I did a lot a research. So I chose this bat because of the price and quality of product Easton makes. I already own the grey and blue stealth which is an awesome bat, but this L6.0 has made me leave that bat at home. I'm no where near a power hitter but this is constantly producing doubles and triples. The ball screams off the bat!! I've only play 5 games with it so I just imagine what its like once fully broken in. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BAT IF YOU PLAY ASA!!

Cons: Paint chips a little bit at the end but who cares when you are smashing the ball with this bat

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by rocketman - Jun 29, 2013

Pros: Sick bat. I never believed the hype of "hot out of the wrapper" until I swung this bat. It feels like a two-piece bat with crazy exit speeds. It's a live bat! Great simple graphics is a plus.

Cons: Grip tape. The new gauze tape is unforgiving and I do no recommend swinging it without gloves.

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by Guz - Jul 24, 2013

Pros: I'm not a Homerum hitter, but first game usage, lazers, lazers all game. The feel for the bat made me feel like I'll be hitting bombs soon. I'm a lazy batter and I know with the right swing, bombs, bombs all game.

Cons: None whatsoever.

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by macho - Aug 21, 2013

Pros: This bat is HOTT..! i bought off a friend after he used for a couple weeks and it is amazing..my entire team loves it..everything was hit very hard..! best bad i have gad so far..

Cons: its white so it gets dirty fast..! and everybody wants to use it..!

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by Drew - Oct 25, 2013

Pros: Just purchased this bat after my syn ext finally broke. used it for the first time last night in my fall league championship game. And it was shooting rockets all over the field! hit our home run limit within the first 3 innings.( five homerun league). Balls in the air seemed to carry, balls on the ground made the infielders think twice. Great sound on contact, thin handle made it easy to control. Great purchase. Cant wait to see what it really does with a few more cuts on it.

Cons: 6 month warrenty and everyone on my squad wanted to give it a try!!!

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by michael - Nov 13, 2013

Pros: Great pop. Took awhile to break in.

Cons: I had 45 swings on the bats and it broke. Sounded like rocks on the inside so I never got to use it in a game. Has home run power though, I felt it. I just don't feel it is a durable bat.

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by hondaf2003 - Mar 08, 2014

Pros: FIRST IMPRESSION WAS THAT THE ENDLOAD WAS NOT A PROBLEM AT ALL. THOUGHT IT WAS GOING TO BE A SLEDGEHAMMER.ITS NOT. POP IS TERRIFIC WITH WITH THE SWEET SPOT BEING BIG ENOUGH TO HIT ON EVERY SWING. DISTANCE IS NOT THERE YET. TOOK SOME BIG CUTS, HITTING IT SQUARELY, AND YET THE PARK KEPT IT IN. I USUALLY HIT TWO OR THREE OVER THE FENCE IN BP(I'M A LINE-DRIVE HITTER NORMALLY). 75F DEGREE DAY,CLEAR SKIES, NO HUMIDITY, NO BREEZE TO SPEAK OFF AND A VARIETY OF BALLS; ALL NEW.

Cons: DISTANCE IS NOT THERE YET. HIT SOME THAT NORMALLY WOULD OF BEEN OUT WITH MY MIKEN TRIAD. I THINK IT WILL BE THERE BECAUSE OF THE POP AND SWEETSPOT IT HAS. DON'T BE WORRIED ABOUT ENDLOAD; ITS NOT THAT DRASTIC. GREAT BAT OTHERWISE.

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by Ethan - May 07, 2013

Pros: The Bat came hot out the box the first night we had it. hit the long ball very well with it..so far a good investment!

Cons: being a white bat shows every mark and scratch.

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by jdizzle - Jun 12, 2013

Pros: Amazing pop! Hitting bombs right out of the wrapper.

Cons: Not a long enough barrel. Lots off of the handle

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by Softballtrickfordummies. - Jul 02, 2013

Pros: The feel is good. Has a little pop right out the wrapper. Only used in a tournament and 1 game so i'm still waiting for it to break in

Cons: Could be a little hotter.

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by Free Agent 11 - Jul 03, 2013

Pros: HOT HOT first guy to swing it is 5'7" 145 hit it to the 300'fence next guy hit it in the lights!

Cons: White paint gets dirty fast, weight seems light might want to go up an ounce. Know of a bunch in our league that broke in the first month hope it holds together.

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by nerk - Jul 31, 2013

Pros: Having a bad year. Bought it 3 hours before i played, out of the wrapper went 10 for 10 with it with my second and third at bat being bombs. Very happy! Line drives the rest of the night.

Cons: none yet, very happy,

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by vachary bucsit - Sep 14, 2013

Pros: This bat is the real deal. Hot out of the wrapper they say, didn't believe it until today. Most bats need broken into. I just got home from my game and my first two at bats were line drive home runs and another on my fourth at bat was a hot double down third and a single. Yeah, that means 5 for 5. I am a power hitter at clean up. This bat is the real deal for its price. No joke, a must have in your bag.

Cons: Truly hate the grip, but that's fixable with no problem. Still 5 stars in my eyes.

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by The 5 Foot Wonder - Sep 22, 2013

Pros: first hit right outta the plastic was a stand up triple. I'm only 5' 3" and a buck fifty but i was dropping bombs with this thing, so was everyone else on my team. No vibrations, just solid contact every time. It's a must have.

Cons: ai haven't used it long enough to tell yet but the grip will probably have to be replaced, but that's not a big deal

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by ksabins - Sep 27, 2013

Pros: Hot, Easy to swing Like OG Salvo. Different feel, touch more end load. Legit Bombs after broken in. Great bat for control hitters and home run hitter. I am a 4-5 day a week and weekend player. I have hit a lot of bats new and old. This bat is not as hot as the J3 or the mercy, its getting close as it breaks in and it will last longer. Who cares if its white, stop miss hitting and it wont scuff up so much!!!!

Cons: Feels real tight at first if your a little off the sweet spot. 150-200 swings the sweet spot really opens up.

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by i95Nate - Sep 30, 2013

Pros: Crazy pop right out the wrapper. Awesome grip design. Never considered myself a HR hitter but I lead my fall ball team in HR's, 7 so far. A++++++++ grade!!!!

Cons: Zero cons!!

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by Drew - Oct 25, 2013

Pros: Just purchased this bat after my syn ext finally broke. used it for the first time last night in my fall league championship game. And it was shooting rockets all over the field! We hit our home run limit within the first 3 innings.( five homerun league). Balls in the air seemed to carry, balls on the ground made the infielders think twice. Great sound on contact, thin handle made it easy to control. Great purchase. Cant wait to see what it really does with a few more cuts on it.

Cons: Everyone on my team wanted to use it and it only has a six month warrenty. Might have to keep this one in the bag until my at bats.

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by Mike Reyes - Jan 17, 2014

Pros: I am 52 I just got this bat used it in my game that night hit a tripple right off the bat I have never hit the ball that far before this is a great deal

Cons: I have no complaints

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by David G - Apr 01, 2014

Pros: *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. I've hit a few bombs with this bat already when I didn't hit any swinging the extended I used to use. Also bought a Miken 750 ultra but have been too in love with this bat to swing anything else over the last couple of weeks.

Cons: *questionable swing life *nothing yet but I'll repost about durability if it becomes an issue

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by Donnie - Apr 19, 2014

Pros: I play softball year round and i love all end load bats. i have used the best that Miken and Demarini have to offer so i bought this Easton cause it was half the price and had great reviews. I now can't stop using this bad boy and if i play on a field with a fence its over everytime! Took it out the other day when it was 85° and im dropping bombs and jaws!

Cons: Small sweet spot

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by Tom - Mar 14, 2013

Pros: Took out of the wrapper last night in league and it is pretty hot, feels like a broken in Salvo. Was hitting shots in all gaps and one off the fence in ceter at about 310ft. Feels great coming through the zone and allows you to have good control with the thin handle and the gauze grip feels great. Awesome choice if you are looking for a great/hot ASA bat at a good price.

Cons: The only concerns I have with the new Eastons are the end caps. Wish the would have used last years end caps, and the holographic item in the end cap, looks to have some air pockets to create bubbles. Not to sure if something like that voids warranty.

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by JD - Aug 24, 2013

Pros: It does break-in. Looks nice.

Cons: Was not hot out of the wrapper. It's end loaded, my Salvo was not.

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by Slim - Jul 02, 2013

Pros: Hot out of the wrapper and has a good solid feel too it. Feels like the Salvo did the first time around. Like it so far, it's my HR bat, one of the guys on our team who maybe hit 3 home runs in the last 5 years, hit one 330' easy his first time using it.

Cons: 6 month warranty is silly as I have yet to have an Easton bat that hasn't needed to use the warranty. Grip is terrible, but you can re-tape it.

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by 99's - Oct 01, 2013

Pros: i normally dont use Easton bats. i tried this bat last tourney i went 10 for 13 with 7 homeruns 2 dbls. and a single and 17 RBIS.. I WILL USE IT AGAIN!~

Cons: THE COLOR. HAVE TO PLAY UPPER TOURNEY CAUSE THE HR. LIMIT IS HIGHER.. HA...

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by Adam - Apr 25, 2013

Pros: I love this bat. I bought for our league and have been taking it out to hit with friends. Its breaking in well, just yesterday i hit one over the lights on our 250 foot field.

Cons: It doesnt hit hot out of the wrapper like everybody says... but if you take the time to break it in properly you wont regret it

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87737

Do you have an NSA or USSSA Easton Bat that is similar to the L6.0?

The 2014 Easton LX.0 (SP14LX) and the 2014 Easton L5.0 (SP14L5) would be the closest models available that meet both NSA and USSSA standards.

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When will you get more of the 27oz bats? I love this bat but the 28oz is a bit too heavy and the 26 oz is too light.

Unfortunately we are not reordering this exact model. The new version of 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP14L6) will be reordered soon.

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Is the Easton L6.0:SP13L6 similar to the Easton Salvo? Is the Easton L6.0:SP13L6 eligible to be used in NSA?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) replaced the Easton Salvo. It is similar in feel and performance. It is not legal in NSA.

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I really liked the XL2 but they discontinued that bat. Is this bat similar to it? If not, do you know of a bat that is closest to the XL2?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) is the most similar to the XL2. It is a one-piece composite design that is slightly end loaded. They both use the same IMX composite materials.

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After playing for a year, and using other peoples bats I figured it was time to buy my own. I have used a few different bats that have belonged to my teammates. I'm not sure about the exact models. However, they were all 28 oz. Would you recommend I get the L6.0 in the 27 oz. or 28 oz.?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) is an end loaded bat. We recommend a 27 oz. bat that has a 2 oz. end load.

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was this bat designed for the .44 or .52 cor?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) Slow Pitch has the new ASA stamp which is designed for the .52 core 300 compression balls.

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I know somebody who got one of your bats, but it was a 26oz with a 2.5oz endload but for the life of me I can't seem to find it. Do you do special orders or is this possibly something that was done to the bat after purchase?

2014 Easton L6.0: "SP13L6" Slow Pitch does not come in a 2.5 ounce end loaded weight. The heaviest end loaded bats we have are going to be 1.5 ounces. We also do not do any special orders.

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is this a good bat for a over 50 league?. it has to be ASA approved. But I don't want to drop over $200 for a bat that I'm only going to use for about 15 or 20 games a year. But I need a bat that can put something on the ball.

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) would be a great option to go with. It features a one-piece fully composite design, so it will require a break in period of around 150-200 swings. Once it has been broken in properly, this bat will continue to get hotter over time until eventually, it would either break, become damaged or go dead. The end loaded swing weight makes this bat a great option for a power hitter looking to really step up his game.

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I usually use a 27 or 28 oz end loaded, so which Easton L6.0 would you recommend, the 26, 27, or 28 oz.?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) is also slightly end loaded. We recommend using a 28 oz. bat.

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What temperature may this bat crack in?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6 Slow Pitch) bat is recommended for play in 60 degree temperatures and above.

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What's the difference between this one and the green 6.0?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 and the new L6.0 (green) feature the same IMX composite materials. Both bats are slightly end loaded.

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how long would it take to ship to Australia

2014 Easton L6.0 "SP13L6" Slow Pitch bat, unfortunately we do not ship outside the United States currently.

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I'm trying to decide between the L6.0 and the B3.0. What are the differences? Which is the more quality bat?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6 Slow Pitch) is a one-piece, end loaded bat that features Easton's top of the line IMX composite. The B3.0 is a two-piece, balanced model that features the SIC Black Carbon Composite handle and IMX composite barrel. The L6.0 would be ideal for a power hitter. The B3.0 would be best suited for a contact hitter.

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What is the difference between the 6.0 and the Brett Helmer 4.0? I bat right handed and I hit a lot of gap line drives. I also target right field a lot, and hit one homerun per game (most of the time) on a 320 foot field. I was swinging my buddy's Brett Helmer 4.0 28oz end loaded and really fell in love with it last season, but the 6.0 is much cheaper.

The difference between this 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) Slow Pitch bat and the Easton L4.0 (SP13L4) is that the L4.0 features the higher quality SIC Black Carbon composite handle. Both bats will have similar end loads, are both approved for ASA and ISF play, and feature IMX Composite barrels. The L4.0 would offer improved energy transfer to the ball on contact, but the L6.0 would be a great choice.

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Is this a Senior Softball slow pitch bat with a 1.21 thumb print?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: (SP13L6) Slow Pitch bat is not a Senior Softball certified model. It is approved for play in ASA and ISF. For all of the Senior Softball certified bats we carry that feature the BPF 1.21 performance certification, check out this link: http://goo.gl/rfUaq0

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I've been using a 2004 Easton Synergy Extended. It has done well for the years but with the ball change I'm in need of a new bat. I'm a contact hitter with good power. Would you recommend this bat, or possibly another style? Open to all style of bats, balance or end loaded.

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) is a great option for you. The end loaded swing weight is a good choice for a player with power.

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Can this bat be used in cold weather? (50-60 degrees)

The 2014 Easton L6.0 (SP13L6) Slow Pitch is a one-piece fully composite design and should not be used in temperatures below 55 degrees. Composite bats are susceptible to cracking in temperatures below 55 degrees.

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Is this bat USSSA approved?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is only legal for play in ASA and ISF leagues.

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What is the difference between the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch and the 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer Pro Model: SP13L4 Slow Pitch?

The Easton L4.0 has a higher quality SIC black carbon composite handle than the Easton L6.0

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Will all sizes (26,27, 28 oz) have the same 3 oz end load?

No, the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 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.

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Does this bat have a 3 oz. end load for the 34''/28oz?

Yes, the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch has a 3 oz. end load in the 34''/28oz.

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About how long will it take to break the bat in?

We recommend 150-200 hits soft toss or off a tee while you rotate the barrel a quarter inch to break in the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch bat.

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What is the difference between this L6.0 and the L5.0? The specs all read the same.

The only difference is the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is ASA approved and the 2014 Easton L5.0: SP13L5 Slow Pitch is USSSA approved.

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What is the temperature range I shouldn't use this bat in?

We recommend not using the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch in temperatures below 60°F (16°C). The ball itself gets harder in colder temperatures and the bat will be more susceptible to cracking and denting on contact.

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Does this bat have a USSSA stamp on it?

No, the 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is only approved for ASA and ISF play. It does not feature a USSSA stamp.

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How would the bat do with 47 COR balls?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch, and all bats with the new certification marks, are designed for the softer 50 and 52 COR softballs. If used with the high compression 44 and 47 COR balls, they will be more susceptible to cracking and denting, though they will perform well.

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How fast would the L6.0 wear out using .44, 375's? Would it just crack? Would the end cap come off?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is not designed to be used with .44 core balls. The balls can cause the bat to crack.

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How does this compare to the Z-2000?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is a one-piece bat, so it will not offer as much flex as the Louisville Slugger Z-2000. Both of the bats will be very similar in performance.

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Are any of the new L or B series bats able to be used with the .44,375 balls?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is only ASA certified and would not hold up against the harder .44/375 balls. The 2014 Easton L9.0: SP13L9 Slow Pitch would be a better option.

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I was told the L6 has an ABI shell so it breaks in faster than most bats. Is this true?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is a one-piece composite bat and does not have an alloy shell. The 2014 Easton L8.0: SP13L8 Slow Pitch features the alloy shell with a inner composite core. It will not require a break-in.

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How does this bat compare to the 2013 Power Brigade XL2 softball bat? I am receiving the new L6.0 as a warranty replacement from Easton. Both bats are 28 oz.

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch bat and Easton XL2: SP13X2 are very similar in design and feel. Both are one-piece in design, constructed of IMX Composite, have 12" barrel lengths, 29/32" handles, and 2 1/4" barrel diameters. The big differences are that the L6.0 will have a more pronounced end loaded swing feel and is ONLY approved for ASA and ISF play.

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Is this 98 mph or 100+ mph?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is 100+ mph. The 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer Pro Model: SP13L4 Slow Pitch is 98 mph.

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Which bat is better, the Easton S2 or the Easton L6.0?

Both are great bats. The Easton S2 is a balanced bat with a longer barrel, whereas the Easton L6 is an end loaded bat.

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Is the 2014 L6.0 only for ASA or is there one for USSSA?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch is for ASA and ISF only. Here is a link to the five Easton bats that are approved for USSSA; http://www.justbats.com/products/softball%20bats~slow%20pitch/approved%20for~usssa/vendor~easton/

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I have the easton SRV5 salvo 27oz the dark gray and orange bat. What similarities do the SRV5 and the L6 have? Should I go up on ounces so it can conpare to the 27oz i have?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch and the Easton Salvo are both one-piece bats that use the same high performing IMX composite material. The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch 27 oz. will have a two ounce end load. The Easton Salvo does not have the full two ounce end load.

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I have a 27 oz. Easton Salvo and I'm trying to decide if the L6 would be similar?

That would depend on which Salvo you had. The Easton L5.0 replaced the Salvo Comp 100. The Salvo Connexion was replaced by the L7.0. If you had the Salvo Multi-Wall, it was replaced by the L8.0 and the Salvo Scandium was replaced by the L9.0.

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I usually swing a Resmondo 28 oz. with the 1 oz. end load, so which weight would you say would be best to pick with this bat since it has the 3 oz. end load, so as not to screw up muscle memory?

Answer Question

We recommend a 26 oz. 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch.

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Is it legal for a BPF 1.20 USSSA league?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 Slow Pitch bat is approved for ASA and ISF play, only. For the a bat with the same technology, that is approved for USSSA, check out the 2014 Easton L5.0: SP13L5.

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Any concerns with using this bat with the 44/325 balls? Or should it be exclusively used with the 52/300 balls?

The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 features the new ASA stamp and is designed for the lower compression balls (50 or 52 COR). Bats certified under the new testing will be more susceptible to cracks or dents if used with the higher compression softballs (44 or 47 COR).

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What's the difference between the Easton L4.0 versus this Easton L6.0? As well as, what justifies the $100 price difference?

The 2014 Easton L6.0 Slow Pitch's only difference is that it is not a two-piece full composite bat. The 2014 Easton L4.0 will have less sting and have a flex that will add bat speed.

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Does this take place of the likes of the Salvo?

Yes. The 2014 Easton L6.0: SP13L6 is very similar to the Salvo of the past and is a high performing bat. With the new ASA standard, the L6.0 will be a hotter bat and give you the best performance possible.

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How does the weighting compare to the Easton SRV5 or SP12SY98H Helmer of recent years? Hearing these new 2014 Easton Raw Power bats aren't as endloaded as they say. I used a 28oz SRV5 but had to go up to a 30oz 98H. Would like to try the new L6 but don't know if I should get a 28oz like the SRV5 Salvo or a 30oz like the 98H Helmer. How does this new L6 compare?

With these new Easton Softball bats there is two different series, the B-Series and the L-Series. The B-Series offers evenly balanced designs while the L-Series offers a more end-loaded design. 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. A L6.0 at a 27oz will have a similar feel to a 28oz Salvo SRV5 and a L6.0 at 28oz will have a similar feel to a 30oz 98H Helmer SP12SY98H.




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