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2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L5

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2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L5
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  • 2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L5
  • 2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L5
  • 2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L5
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Questions and Answers for 2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14L5

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How does this bat stack up with the 52 core 275 balls?

The 2014 Easton L5.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14L5) features USSSA certification that makes it perfect for that style of ball.

Patrick Expert ·Sep 11, 2014

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What's the best power hitting bat out of the L5.0, L2.0, and L1.0. I'm 6 feet tall, power lift, and have been playing for a while now.

One is not proven to outperform the other. It totally comes down to what kind of design you like using. You'll even see Easton-sponsored players swinging both types of designs. The L2.0 would be the Brett Helmer Signature model, but the L1.0 is a very solid option if you like the two-piece design. All three models would be great options for a power hitter with the Raw Power end loaded swing weight.

Mac Expert ·Aug 15, 2014

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What is different about the 2014 version from last years model of the L5.0?

The 2014 Easton L5.0 (SP14L5) Slow Pitch is the same as the 2013 L5.0. The only difference is the color/paint scheme.

Jason Expert ·May 04, 2014

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What is the difference between the Easton L5.0 and the Easton LX.0? Which one of these would be better for an experienced player who is a power hitter?

The only difference between the 2014 Easton L5.0 (SP14L5) Slow Pitch bat and the LX.0 is that the LX.0 is the all associations model while the L5.0 is not approved for play in ASA. Both are one-piece composite models. Both have end loaded swing weights and stiff flexes, so they would be good options for a power hitter. It really just depends on what

Mac Expert ·Apr 12, 2014

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Im a really big guy, 6'4" 260lbs. I'm a power hitter and hit a lot of home runs. I've always swung Worth bats, but our team is an Easton team now. Which bat is better for a big, strong type hitter: the Easton L5.0 or the Easton L1.0?

The 2014 Easton L5.0 (SP14L5) Slow Pitch would be my suggestion. The one-piece design on the L5.0 is typically better for power hitters. Two-piece bats will offer more flex and are typically most suitable for players with average or below average swing speed. One-piece bats are stiffer and are most suitable for stronger players with above average swing speed.

Kelby Expert ·Apr 03, 2014

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I see where Easton is releasing the new 'L' and 'B' series slow pitch bats for this year (2014/15) like this one. Are they going to release another Speed Series like the S1 and S2's they had last year? Both were great ASA bats!

The S Series may appear again in the future, but I would not expect it for their next product line. There are a couple B Series bats that are direct replacements for both the S1 and S2. For ASA, the B3.0 would be the most similar model to the S1.

Mac Expert ·Mar 02, 2014

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Hi I usually swing 28oz, should I use the same weight with this bat?

The 2014 Easton 5.0 (SP14L5) has an end loaded swing weight so staying with the 28oz will be heavier than a regular 28oz bat. A 27oz would work great for you in this bat.

Kyle Expert ·Feb 28, 2014

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