- -13 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 1/4 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Approved for Play in ASA, USSSA, NSA, ISA, ISF
- Center Load End Plug
- Free Shipping!
- Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty
- Lithium Alloy
- One-Piece Design
- Silencer Grip
- Ultra Lightweight
- Whiplash Technology For Thin Taper
- X-Tended Sweetspot Gives Barrel 1-2" of Extra Length
One of the lightest and highest performing bats on the market returns for another season! The Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite is the ideal bat for girls looking to gain some bat speed this season. This one-piece design is made from Worth's Lithium Alloy. Lithium Alloy is the strongest alloy in the Worth arsenal, providing serious durability and thinner walls for maximum trampoline effect. The Storm also features Worth's X-Tended Sweetspot that is made possible by extending the barrel 1"-2" in length, creating the largest sweetspot possible in an aluminum fastpitch bat. This bat is topped off with a Center Load End Plug that is designed to allow barrel flexibility and produce 5% more inertia to drive through the ball. With a Silencer Grip, the Storm will prevent sting and give players an incredible feeling swing, every single time up. Worth: Performance Through Technology! The Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite is approved for play in all major fastpitch associations. It is backed by a Full Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
by Wade - May 03, 2012
Pros: Very good bat and it's light. My girls are ripping the ball with this bat. Nice sound.
Cons: None so far.
by Big Ben - May 21, 2012
Pros: Light, Fast, and Hot! This is my 7 year old daughters go to bat. We bought her a composite Worth Apex that she loves but this is an awesome bat that all the girls on the team love to use. Ball jumps off the bat and sounds great. You won't find a better bat for the price in my opinion.
Cons: Everybody wants to use it :)
by drohrer - May 20, 2012
Pros: Light weight helpped increase bat speed. Restored confidence in my 12yr. old whose so tiny in her ability to stay with the sport.
by JPC - Sep 06, 2012
Pros: AWESOME BAT! My eight year old, LOVES IT!.
by ALeyva - Mar 06, 2012
Pros: I bought this bat two weeks ago for major softball team. Bat has pop to it and is really light girls are getting around quicker. Good bat for price
Cons: girls say it stings sometimes...but i think its cus there swing isnt right other that no proplem..
by Mano - Jan 13, 2013
Pros: My 9 year old daughter has used this bat 2 years, 2 different sizes. She is tall and skinny with not a whole lot of arm strength, but she gets the bat around very easy and controlled. Good pop through the beginning and middle of season.
Cons: Loses pop near the end of the season due to using it at the batting cages. Also, tends to sting her hands more often than her other bat.
by North Softball #4 - Jul 13, 2012
Pros: Gr8 bat! Nice pop and I hit 10 homeruns wth it ! Would totaly recommend it to any1!
by Softball chick #40 - Nov 01, 2012
Pros: It looks nice and has a good grip. When I first used it, I got a triple!
Cons: It can sting once or twice.
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How long will this bat be approved by USSSA?
Asked by herb on Feb 26, 2013
Since the Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite: FPST13 Fastpitch does not feature the 'thumb print' USSSA stamp, it is only approved for play through September 2013.
· Feb 26, 2013
Does the Worth Storm have the the USSSA thumbprint stamp?
Asked by Jackdaddyx3 on Feb 13, 2013
No, the Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite: FPST13 Fastpitch bat features the old USSSA stamp, not the new thumbprint stamp.
· Feb 13, 2013
11 yr. old 4' 6", 85 lb girl. Is this too light? Or is the 2013 AMP 30"/19oz. a better fit?
Asked by Mike on Nov 12, 2012
The Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite: FPST13 Fastpitch bat currently is only in stock in a 31" 18oz. Using the Bat Coach on justbats.com I was able to determine that she should be swinging a 30" model. I would recommend that 30" 2013 Worth AMP FPEX: FPAMPE Fastpitch bat. Unless, she is wanting to move up to the 31", which in that case, the Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite: FPST13 Fastpitch bat would work fine.
· Nov 12, 2012
Just starting high school fast pitch softball wieght is 120lb and height is 5'8" is this bat OK please recomend size and weight!
Asked by Maddie J on Nov 08, 2012
Based on your size, a 33" 20 oz. model of the Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite: FPST13 Fastpitch bat is recommended. However, we won't have that size in stock for another 2-3 weeks.
· Nov 08, 2012
How is this bat compared to the Easton ATMOS? My daughter, who is 11 yrs old, is using the 34" 22oz, but needs to use a 33" length due to rules for minor softball. She has been rattling the outfield fence with the Easton.
Asked by Dee on Jul 05, 2012
These bat are pretty comparable, however the Worth Lithium Storm Hyperlite will have a center load end plug that will add some power and pop to the bat.
· Jul 05, 2012
What is the BPF of this bat and is it really legal? I don't see it listed on the Little League bat list as an approved bat.
Asked by Js on Jul 04, 2012
The Worth Lithium has a 1.20 BPF, required for fastpitch bats. The Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite is legal in Little League fastpitch divisions.
· Jul 05, 2012
Roughly, how much distance will my daughter gain with this bat rather than the Worth Freedom 28" 18oz?
Asked by J on Apr 28, 2012
There is not an exact distance on how much farther the ball will travel. The Worth Freedom is designed for a young player. The Worth Lithium Storm HyperLite will be a higher quality alloy than the Worth Freedom.
· Apr 29, 2012
Is this bat legal for Little League Girls Fast Pitch Majors?
Asked by KellyRidge on Apr 12, 2012
Yes. The FPST13 will be legal in all Little League fastpitch divisions.
· Apr 11, 2012
Buying for my 9 year old who is playing "up" in Majors Division. She has a fast swing and good power. How does this compare to the Louisville Slugger Mendoza? This is her first "real" softball bat.
Asked by dad on Mar 13, 2012
Both are good bats. If she has high swing speed and decent power, I may lean towards a -12 bat like the Mendoza. However, given the fact that she is 9, I don't think she can go wrong with either.
· Mar 13, 2012
What does MOI stand for?
Asked by hhssoftball on Feb 19, 2012
MOI stands for Moment of Inertia. This bat has a very balanced feel and very good pop.
· Feb 19, 2012
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