Questions and Answers for 2014 Easton FX2 Fastpitch Softball Bat: FP14X2
What's the main difference between the (FP14X2) and the (FP13X2)?
The 2014 Easton FX2: (FP14X2) and Easton FX2: (FP13X2) will both be one-piece bats with the same IMX composite material. Essentially, the biggest difference among these bats is going to be purely cosmetic. Easton has physically re-designed the bat, but performance wise, these will have the same feel, and incorporate the same materials.
What does FP14X2 stand for?
The XL series bats (FX1 and FX2) are going to be a little heavier and have a end-loaded feel, giving stronger players extra momentum through the zone and more power behind each swing. The 2014 Easton FX2 (FP14X2) is an XL series bat so it will be heavier than the speed series.
Which is the better bat: this one or the MAKO for hitting distance?
The 2014 Easton FX2 (FP14X2) is an end loaded bat. The end loaded design will typically generate more power and distance.
My daughter is on a 7th grade team, she is 5'4" and weighs about 150 lbs. She tends to be a power hitter with the Easton Cyclone that she currently has which is 30" and 21"oz. Would this be a good one for her?
The 2014 Easton FX2: FP14X2 Fastpitch would be a great bat for a power hitter. Based on your daughter's height and weight, she could move up to a 32" bat. If you are worried about such a big leap in length, staying with a 31" would still be better than the 30" she currently uses.
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