- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- 454 Technology Extends the Sweetspot 2 Inches in BOTH Directions
- Approved for Play in USSSA, NSA, and ISA
- End-Loaded 0.5 oz for Controlled Power
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Jeff Hall Signature Model
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Multi-Layer Composite Core
- One-Piece 100% Composite Design
New for 2013! Jeff Hall is regarded as one of the best hitters and most well known players to ever play the game of softball. With a nearly 20 year career in the books, Hall continues to dominate on fields all over the country. This season, you can swing the bat that Jeff Hall picks up when he's looking to blast a HR. The Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload USSSA softball bat features a one-piece 100% composite design for ultimate power and performance. This new Jeff Hall model also features Worth's revolutionary 454 Technology that extends the sweet spot 2" in BOTH directions to give players the largest sweet spot in the industry! Inside, a multi-layer composite core is designed to provide exceptional barrel rebound and maximum durability. The barrel features the Jeff Hall Reload which gives it a half-ounce end-load for controlled power. The 454 Jeff Hall is also designed and produced in U.S.A.! Worth: 100 Years of Performance Through Technology! The 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload is approved for play in USSSA, NSA, and ISA. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
by djf3 - Feb 15, 2013
Pros: drops bombs, hot out of the wrapper
Cons: Its pink
by Splode - Mar 20, 2013
Pros: Im not going to say im Joe softball. I dont hit bombs im a singles guy, ill tell you what the ball comes off this bat extremely fast. Felt great right out of the wrapper. ive been playing for a long time and have purchased many bats this is by far the hardest hitting bat I have purchased to date. Except for an Ultra II
Cons: You gotta like an end loaded bat the 26.5 Oz feels more like a 28Oz I recommend the lighter stick you wont be disappointed.
by Anonymous - May 04, 2013
Pros: Quick and easy break-in. Excellent power and opposite field placement.
Cons: None so far, except my whole team uses my bat now.
by Mark - May 07, 2013
Pros: Great addition to team! Right out of the box, HOT HOT BAT! Highly recommend for Co-Ed leagues, ladies love it because it is PINK!
by JustinGTX - Feb 22, 2013
Pros: Put 100 swings on it and couldnt be happier. Hot out of the wrapper, drops bombs! And the pink is sick!
Cons: Hits too far.....:-)
by Jason - May 14, 2013
Pros: hot out of the wrapper. i have about 150 swings on it and its only getting hotter. even if you miss the sweet spot the ball still flies. great bat!!
Cons: when you walk up to the plate with a pink bat people know you mean business so they move back. (but never far enough lol)
by lightning - May 01, 2013
Pros: I have bought many bats but know bat hits like this one. This bat is where its at. the ball comes off extremely fast. Hottest bat ever!!!
Cons: No regrets at all!!!
by sportnut32 - May 05, 2013
Pros: Hot out of the wrapper. Has good distance for a line drive bat. Feels similar to the Fulk Mayhem.
Cons: Keep it warm, I saw it crack in a week but it was 40 degrees out. Swings heavy so size down.
by Al - May 20, 2013
Pros: This bat is great looking! Took some slack because of the color, but they'll get over it. Took it to practice last week, wind was blowing in on our field about 10 mph still put it on the warning track. The ladies were dropping singles all night long just in to the grass, and couple of us were hitting bombs right out of the wrapper. Recommended bat and would buy this one again if I have too.
Cons: None so far.
by Nickysyxx - Oct 11, 2013
Pros: Hot for only a small window.
Cons: This ended up being a completely dead bat. It was hot and poppy for about three weeks, then it died. It has no pop when it's warm out, only 60 degrees or lower. I went back to using my NRG the rest of my spring/summer, tourneys and fall league. Sold it off because it was worthless.
by iBE4R - May 20, 2013
Pros: Bat feels great in your hands, and the half oz. end load is perfect. Comes through the zone nicely and it looks great. The black and pink really make the bat stand out.
Cons: Nothing really.
by oneness - Jul 02, 2013
Pros: Hot right out of the wrap!!! Love the .5 oz. I swing the 27.5 and its great!!!! Getting closer to taking one over!!!!!!!
Cons: Other than having to wait in anticipation for it while being shipped, i cant think of any!!!
by Dave S. - Aug 13, 2013
Pros: Good bat after the break-in, hard hitting bat, very good on cold days, one of the best bats I've ever used in colder weather and performs great with no cracks.
Cons: Swings heavy, with a long break-in period. Personally, the pink doesn't bother me but the overall graphics feel cheaply done for the bat. Good concept but poorly done.
by Adam - Aug 24, 2013
Pros: Second hit out of the raper over the fence straight away centre. Then everyone stopped making fun of the colour and started dropping bombs too!!!
Cons: Not a one
by Rockstar3266 - Nov 12, 2013
Pros: Hot out of the wrapper. The break in time was quick. Took bp with 15 mph winds blowing in and still hit the fence. The ball flies off the bat
by Nickysyxx - May 08, 2013
Pros: First swing out of the wrapper was a triple over left fielder's head all the way to the fence/foul line on a 300' field. Has a good solid feel to it akin to an NRG. End load feels great as well. Everyone at the park wants to know what the "pink" bat is kind of like the old Lady Virus everyone used until it got outlawed.
Cons: None yet, will reserve judgement based on whether it ends up being truly durable over time.
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Is there a difference in this bat and the 2014 jeff hall reload sick version?
Asked by stiawc on Sep 07, 2013
Yes. The 2013 Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload is a USSSA model, whereas the 2014 Worth Sick 454 Jeff Hall Reload is an ASA only bat.
· Sep 07, 2013
There's a slight rattle in mine. Should I be worried? I love this bat but I'm concerned about the rattle.
Asked by Jon on May 08, 2013
A rattle will not alter the performance of the bat. Normally a rattle is a result of a piece of the composite material that has come loose and has fallen inside the barrel. The 2013 Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload USSSA: SB4JHU Slow Pitch does come with a full twelve month warranty through Worth should you choose to replace the bat.
· May 08, 2013
Can this bat be custom made for ASA? I want this exact color scheme but for ASA. I know there is a 454 for ASA but I am not fond of the colors. Please advise. Thank you.
Asked by Liz on Apr 28, 2013
No, the only option for an ASA model would be the 2014 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA: SBLAJH Slow Pitch. It will be red. The 2013 Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload USSSA: SB4JHU Slow Pitch bat will be USSSA only.
· Apr 28, 2013
How does this bat compare to the Worth Mayhem BJ Fulk for a non power hitter?
Asked by pitch on Apr 27, 2013
The 2013 Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload USSSA: SB4JHU Slow Pitch bat will be a one-piece full composite bat like the BJ Fulk model. The Jeff Hall will feature a .50 oz. of end load, while the BJ Fulk will be more balanced. It will have the 454 technology and will extends the sweet spot 2 inches in both directions. Both are great bats.
· Apr 27, 2013
How does this bat compare to the 2013 Easton XL2: SP13X2 Slow Pitch?
Asked by iBE4R on Apr 15, 2013
The 2013 Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload USSSA: SB4JHU Slow Pitch and the Easton XL2 Slow Pitch models are both one-piece, composite bats with a slightly end loaded swing weight and extended sweet spot. The performance of both bats will be similar as they both feature the USSSA BPF 1.20 stamp.
· Apr 15, 2013
What is the barrel length on this bat?
Asked by johnnya on Mar 01, 2013
The 2013 Worth 454 Jeff Hall 0.5oz Reload USSSA: SB4JHU Slow Pitch does not disclose the exact barrel length, but it does have a sweet spot that is extended 2" on both ends, compared to the average slow pitch bat.
· Mar 01, 2013
How much does the 0.5 oz endload really change the feel? I have the 2013 balanced version of this bat.
Asked by Benji on Feb 18, 2013
The 0.5 oz. will take more effort to swing the bat the same speed as the balanced model. Some people prefer this weight distribution due to he increased power the end load offers. I would recommend swinging this bat for yourself to see if it would be the right fit for you.
· Feb 18, 2013
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