Easton B2.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat: SP14B2
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Where is it made?
The 2014 Easton B2.0 Slow Pitch Softball Bat (SP14B2) is made in China.
Would you recommend this bat if we play with a 400 compression ball with a .44 core?
The old NSA balls used to be those .44 core 400 compression rated balls. This year, NSA has switched more to USSSA style balls which have either a .40 or .52 core and either a 325 or 275 compression rating. These new balls are much softer. The 2014 Easton B2.0 (SP14B2) Slow Pitch would be stamped and rated to hit those softer balls. Older NSA stamped bats would be better to use with those small core high compression balls if durability is the goal.
How does this bat compare to it's older version; the (SCN2) Synergy+ CNT?
The 2014 Easton B2.0 (SP14B2) Slow Pitch Softball Bat would offer the same balanced swing weight and 13.5" barrel length as the (SCN2). But this B2.0 features the newest USSSA performance certification and is designed to hit the lower compression softballs. This B2.0 also offers a stiffer flex with the upgraded SIC Black Carbon Composite handle.
Other than the warranty, what is the difference between the SP13B2 and the SP14B2? Is there any difference in the feel or the way the ball comes off the bat?
The 2014 Easton B2.0 (SP14B2) Slow Pitch Softball Bat is the same as the SP13B2. The only difference is the warranty and the color/paint scheme. The performance and the feel are the same.
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