Questions and Answers for 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSK12 Fastpitch
Would you recommend this or the Mizuno Whiteout -12.5 for an 8 year old?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454 (FPSK12) and the 2014 Mizuno Whiteout (MZWOFP) are both very balanced one-piece composite bats. They are very high performing and a perfect weight for a younger player.
Will you be recieving this bat in the 30" again?
Yes, as of 8/21/2013 we still have the 2014 Worth Sick 454 model on order. You can sign up to be alerted once we get them in stock. The out of stock alert is located right below the length and weight.
Will you replenish the 30" model of this bat?
We currently have the 30" model in the 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSK12 Fastpitch bat in stock.
What are the design differences between the -12 Worth Sick and the -12 Worth Legit Lite?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSK12 Fastpitch is the bat that replaced the Legit Lite models. They have the same construction (-12 length to weight ratio, 454 technology, 98 mph composite core, and is made of 100% composite materials); but different color schemes.
I have a 9 year old daughter. She is 4' and 45 lbs. Which bat size does she need?
We recommend the 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSK12 Fastpitch in a 28" 16 oz., based on your daughter's size and age.
Is this a multi-wall bat comparable to the DeMarini CF6? And does it have/need a "break-in" period?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSK12 Fastpitch is a multi-wall composite barrel bat. It will require a break-in period.
How does the 2014 Worth Sick -12 compare to the 2013 454 Lite -12? Can I go wrong with either?
The 2014 Worth Sick 454: FPSK12 Fastpitch bat is very similar to the 2013 454 Legit Lite model. Both have -12 length to weight ratios, balanced swing weights, one-piece composite designs, and feature the 454 Technology for extended sweet spots. Your player would be able to achieve high swing speeds with either models.
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