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Questions and Answers for 2014 Easton L2.0 Brian Wegman Pro Model Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L2
How does it compare to the 2012 model with the grey and purple writing?
This 2014 Easton L2.0 Brian Wegman Pro Model (SP14L2) Slow Pitch Softball Bat features a very similar design to the Easton Synergy 100W (SP12SY100W) Slow Pitch bat. Both bats feature the SIC Black Carbon Composite handles and 12" IMX Composite barrels. The most noticeable differences will be the grip and the fact that the L2.0 features a heavier end load than previous Synergy models.
What is the main difference between this bat and the L5.0 bat. Why is there a price difference?
The 2014 Easton L2.0 Brian Wegman Pro Model (SP14L2) will have the SIC Black Carbon Composite Handle and IMX Composite Barrel. The 2014 Easton L5.0 (SP14L5) will be all IMX composite. The price difference comes from the the multiple materials used on the Easton L2.0.
How does this bat compare to last year's 2013 EASTON SP13L5 L5.0? How will this bat's durability be with .47 COR with max 375 lbs fastpitch cork softball? Because I swing 28 oz. softball bats, should I buy a lighter end loaded bat to have the same feel?
The 2014 Easton L2.0 Brian Wegman Pro Model (SP14L2) uses improved composite materials in the handle for increased durability.The L2.0 will perform well with the .47 COR balls. We recommend using a 27 oz. end loaded bat if you currently swing a 28 oz. balanced bat.
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