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Questions and Answers for 2015 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SBL5AJ
What is the temperature restrictions for this bat?
We do not recommend using any non-wood bat, including the 2015 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload (SBL5aJ), in temperatures below 55Â°F (13Â°C). In those temperatures, the ball becomes much more dense and could damage or shorten the useful life of your bat. Composite can crack, and alloy can dent, so neither material is proven to be better in cold weather, unfortunately.
Can you hit the old ASA 44 core 375 compression balls with this bat?
The 2015 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SBL5AJ) would see durability issues and would break if used with the harder 44 core balls.
How does this bat fair with 52 core balls?
The 2015 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SBL5AJ) was designed to work with the new .52 core ASA balls so it should perform well and be very durable with those type of softballs.
Does the HMF TECH keep the bat more stiff through the handle than the Flex Fifty Technology? How stiff is it compared to a one-piece bat?
The 2015 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA (SBL5AJ Slow Pitch Softball Bat) will not feel as stiff being a two-piece design. The HMF TECH will add greater strength and performance.
Does this ASA version of the Jeff Hall Legit Reload feature Worth's Flex Fifty?
The 2014 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA: (SBL5AJ) will not feature Worth's Flex Fifty technology. However, it will feature HMF TECH, to help provide greater strength and performance.
What is the difference between the 2015 Worth Mutant Jeff Hall Signature Series 2-Piece ASA ONLY Slow Pitch Bat, the 2014 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA, and the 2014 Worth Sick HD52 Jeff Hall Reload ASA? They are all priced the same and carry the same weight and end load.
The 2014 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA (SBL5AJ) and the 2015 Worth Jeff Hall Mutant Reload 2-Piece (KSMJHA) will be the most similar of the three. They are both two-piece fully composite bats. The main difference between those two is that the KSMJHA has Flex Fifty technology, which allows up to 50% more flex on contact. The last model, the 2015 Worth Sick HD52 Jeff Hall Reload ASA (SBSJHA), is a one-piece fully composite bat and is engineered to maximize performance with a Hot Dot .52 COR ball. All three models are high performance models, however, there are some key technical differences between them.
Would it be better to purchase a ASA approved bat or USSSA approved playing with .44/375 balls that has no bat restrictions?
The bats that are approved for only ASA such as the 2014 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload ASA (SBL5AJ) are tested with the softer .52 core balls. We recommend to use a bat that is USSSA approved to withstand the harder, .44 core balls. The 2014 Worth Legit Jeff Hall Reload Flex Fifty USSSA (SBL5UJ) is a good option.
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