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Questions and Answers for Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League

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My son plays Intermediate recreational ball. Is the S2 (SL13S210) legal?

If your son plays in the Intermediate division of Little League baseball, this Easton S2 (SL13S210) Senior League bat is approved for play. It features a 2 5/8" alloy barrel, so it does not need to be a -3 BBCOR certified model. Concerning legality of any bat, our recommendation is to contact a coach or league director if possible.

Mac Expert ·Apr 15, 2014

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My son is 4'5" and weighs 77 lbs. He plays 8U travel ball. Is the 28" 18 oz. a good option for him? Is it legal at his age group as a big barrel option?

Based on his height and weight we recommend a 29" Easton S2 (SL13S210). The S2 is legal in 8U travel ball.

Kara Expert ·Apr 11, 2014

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Do you make it in a -5?

The Easton S2 (SL13S210) Senior League is not available in a -5. At this time, Easton does not have any plans to make the S2 available in a -5.

Jason Expert ·Feb 23, 2014

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Is this a big barrel?

The Easton S2 (SL13S210) features a 2 5/8" barrel diameter, which would be considered a big barrel.

Tessa L. Expert ·Feb 10, 2014

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My son is 9 yrs old and plays kid pitch. I purchased a YB13S1. Will it hold up to kid pitch? He is average height and weight and uses a 29" bat. Any recommendations?

The YB13S1 and the Easton S2 (SL13S210) are designed for kid pitch. They are both very durable and would be a great options for him.

Kara Expert ·Feb 07, 2014

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My son is 12 turning 13 in Feb. He is 5 ft 2 in and weighs 100 lbs. He is quick with limited power. This year he will be playing Babe Ruth 13-15 prep. Will this bat be legal, and a good fit for him? Would a 30 in be a good size?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 (Senior League) is legal in Babe Ruth 13-15 division. The two-piece design is best for a contact hitter. Based on his height and weight we recommend a 31" bat.

Kara Expert ·Jan 14, 2014

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How does this bat compare to the DeMarini Vexxum?

Both the 2013 Easton S2 (SL13S210) and the DeMarini Vexxum are going to be very similar. They are both balanced two-piece hybrids. Their swing weights will be comparable.

Tori Expert ·Jan 09, 2014

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Can you used the S2 in colder temperatures?

We do not recommend using any non-wood bat, including the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League, in temperatures below 55°F (13°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.

Mac Expert ·Jan 05, 2014

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Are there any design differences between the 2013 Easton S2 and the 2014 Easton S2?

Easton has not made any changes to materials or design between the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League and the 2014 model, aside from color scheme.

Mac Expert ·Oct 27, 2013

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My son just turned 10 and plays on an 11U team. He is about 58" and weighs a whoppin 71 lbs. He is a contact hitter from left hand side and hits for more power from the right hand side. We have an old Rival 28" 18 oz. -10 and want to get a new bat. Is the S2 a good option for him?

The two-piece design of the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is best suited for a contact hitter. It is very balanced, and has great pop.

Kara Expert ·Sep 30, 2013

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My son is 8 years old, 54" tall, and 64 lbs. Physically strong and has a good swing. Which bat would you recommend? He plays 8u ball.

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League has been a very popular bat and it would be a great choice for your son. If you want the next step up you can try the Easton S1.

Noah Expert ·Sep 01, 2013

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2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League, can this bat be used in the 50\70 intermediate little league?

Yes. Composite-barreled baseball bats in this division, regardless of barrel size, must meet BBCOR standards, and must be so labeled. The Easton S2 has a composite handle but an alloy barrel, so it will be legal in this division.

Damon Expert ·Aug 29, 2013

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I am 11 yrs old and I am 4'10" and I weigh 112 lbs. I am equal in contact and power. Should I get the S2 or the XL2? Also, is 32 inches to long?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is best suited for a contact hitter. The 2013 Easton XL2: SL13X28 Senior League is best for a contact hitter with power. Based on your height and weight we recommend a 30" 22 oz.

Kara Expert ·Aug 28, 2013

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I am 5'8" and 12 years old. What do you recommend the S2 or XL2? I am mostly a contact hitter but I have power. Is 32" too long?

Based on the information provided, we recommend a 31" model in the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat. It is a great option for a contact hitter as it features a very balanced swing weight.

Aubrey Expert ·Aug 27, 2013

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My son is 5 '4'' 115 lbs and 13 years old. He's moving into Juniors. Which bat would you recommend the S2 or the XL2? He is more of a contact hitter with not a lot of power. Also is a 32 length to long?

If he is a contact hitter we recommend the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League. Based on his height and weight we recommend a 31" 21 oz. bat.

Kara Expert ·Aug 22, 2013

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What's the difference between this bat and the SL13S310B? My son is 9 and big for age about 5' tall and 100 pounds. We play travel ball. Which bat would be better for him?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is a two-piece bat with a composite handle and an alloy barrel. The 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310B Senior League is a one-piece alloy bat with a 2 3/4" barrel. It is designed for a power hitter.

Kara Expert ·Aug 21, 2013

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Is it composite?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat features an alloy barrel with a composite handle.

Aubrey Expert ·Aug 20, 2013

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Would this in a 30" 20 oz. be a good fit for my 11 year old son who will be 12 in February. He is small stature and contact, slap hitter.

Based on his age, the 30" model in the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat would be the appropriate length. The Easton S2 is a balanced model well suited for a contact hitter.

Aubrey Expert ·Aug 19, 2013

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Is the 2013 Easton S2 approved for Dixie Ozone?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat would be certified for USSSA leagues.

Brandon Expert ·Aug 17, 2013

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My son is 9 playing on a 10U traveling team. He is a contact hitter and is currently using a Louisville composite 29" 17 oz. big barrel. He needs to get more pop on the ball. Should he try the Easton S2 or the Easton S3 28" 18 oz.?

We recommend the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League for a contact hitter. The 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310 is best for a power hitter.

Kara Expert ·Aug 16, 2013

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Will you get more 31 inch S2 senior league bats?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is discontinued. We will not be receiving more inventory.

Kara Expert ·Aug 14, 2013

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Could you tell me what type of big barrel bat my son would need. He plays 11U baseball and is about 70lbs. I am not sure if he needs Youth, Jr, or a Senior bat? Also, he is thinking he needs 30" 20 oz, is that too heavy?

Your son will need a Youth Big Barrel bat, which is also known as Senior League. The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League in a 30" 20 oz. would be perfect for your son.

Noah Expert ·Aug 13, 2013

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What is the difference between the S2 and S3?

The 2013 Easton S2 is a two-piece bat with a composite handle and alloy barrel. The 2013 Easton S3 is a one-piece all alloy bat.

Justin R. Expert ·Aug 11, 2013

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Would this be a good, but lighter, alternative to the DeMarini Voodoo?

Yes, the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League features an alloy barrel and composite handle like the DeMarini Voodoo but would have a more balanced swing weight.

Aubrey Expert ·Aug 08, 2013

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When will the 2014 S2 big barrel model be available? I'm thinking about pre-ordering it but I don't see it here. I'm moving up to Juniors and I'm aloud to use a big barrel for the first time.

The 2014 Easton S2 will be released on September 1st. The Easton S3 is available for pre book now.

Kara Expert ·Aug 06, 2013

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Does this bat have a barrel as long as a Voodoo?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League will have a similar barrel size as the DeMarini Voodoo.

Kara Expert ·Aug 06, 2013

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Will it be available in 2014?

Yes, Easton will produce a 2014 model of the S2 in Senior League. It will feature a -10 drop with a 2 5/8" barrel.

John Expert ·Aug 05, 2013

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I am a contact hitter. I have been using the Marucci Cat5 white bat (29/21.5). Do you recommend the Easton S1 or S2 bat?

Both the Easton S1 and S2 are good balanced bats. The Easton S1 will be higher performing as it is a two-piece composite, whereas the Easton S2 is a two-piece with a composite handle and alloy barrel.

Damon Expert ·Aug 02, 2013

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I'm thinking about getting this bat or the Easton S1. Last year I used a 32 inch DeMarini Vendetta. What do you think I should get?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League has the most similar design to the DeMarini Vendetta. It is a two-piece hybrid which means it has an alloy barrel and composite handle. The Easton S1 and S2 are very similar aside from the materials in their barrel.

Mac Expert ·Aug 01, 2013

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Would you recommend the S2 or S3?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League and the 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310 use the same high quality alloy in the barrel of the bat. They both have great pop. The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League will have more flex because of the two-piece design. It is designed for a contact hitter.

Kara Expert ·Jul 25, 2013

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I am a contact hitter. Should I get this bat or the Vertex?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League and the Louisville Slugger Vertex will both be very balanced two-piece bats, which is going to be ideal for a contact hitter. You cannot go wrong with either of these bats.

Noah Expert ·Jul 22, 2013

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When will the 2014 models be out?

Easton will roll out their 2014 line in the fall.

John Expert ·Jul 12, 2013

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I am 12 years old, 5'7" and weigh 145 lbs. When I use my Vexxum I am ahead of everything, would a 32" model in this bat be better?

Based on your height and weight, we recommend a 32" model in the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat. For further information on sizing, please visit our Bat Coach at http://www.justbats.com/bat-coach/

Aubrey Expert ·Jul 11, 2013

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I'm 12 years old and weigh 110 pounds. What bat should I get an Easton S2 or an Easton XL1, and what dimensions?

If you need to increase your bat speed the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League would be better suited for you. The Easton XL1 is designed for a power hitter.

Kara Expert ·Jul 10, 2013

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I'm 9 years old. I weigh 75 lbs and am 4' 10". What size should I order?

A 30" model in the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 would be a good size for you.

Damon Expert ·Jul 05, 2013

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How does the Easton S2 compare to the Vexxum -10 Big Barrel. Particularly the 2014. Balance, feel and sound? For my 11 year old son.

Both are great bats and will be similar. Both are two-piece balanced bats with composite handles and alloy barrels. Both would be good for contact hitters.

Damon Expert ·Jun 28, 2013

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I have been using a big barrel Demarini Vexxum for about 5 months and not doing great with it. I have been getting lots of line drives but they don't go to far. Does the Vexxum have more or less pop then the S2? Also, what's the difference from the S2 to the S3?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is very comparable with the 2014 DeMarini Vexxum: DXVXR Senior League, in terms of performance, design and balance. The S2 is a two-piece hybrid design, with an alloy barrel and composite handle; the S3 is a one-piece alloy.

Katie Expert ·Jun 28, 2013

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Since I don't like composite bats I don't want to get the Easton S1. Does the Easton S2 or S3 have more pop than the other. Which one is least likely to break?

Both the Easton S2 and Easton S3 have the same alloy barrel, so pop will be similar. The Easton S2 will have more flex because it is a two-piece bat.

Damon Expert ·Jun 21, 2013

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I am deciding between the S1 and this bat. I am a contact hitter, pretty small, 13 years old, 5'2" and 90 lbs. Which bat would be a better fit and what is the difference between the two bats?

Both the S1 and the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bats will be very balanced and easy to swing. The difference will be in the bat design. They are both two-piece bats. The S1 is fully composite, while the S2 is half and half. The handle is composite while the barrel is alloy.

Brandon Expert ·Jun 11, 2013

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Is this bat legal to use in 13-15 Babe Ruth baseball?

Yes, the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League will be legal in 13-15 Babe Ruth baseball.

Noah Expert ·May 27, 2013

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My son is 13 years old, 5'4", and weighs 101 lbs. We are debating between the 30" 20 oz. and the 31" 21 oz. What do you recommend? Thanks.

Our bat coach suggest a 31" bat for a player your sons size. He could move up or down an inch if it is more comfortable for him. The main thing is to get a size that he is very comfortable with.

Robert Expert ·May 23, 2013

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My son is 64 lbs. & 4' 8" tall. What size do you recommend? Also what would be the difference between this one and the S3? 2 5/8" is the biggest barrel diameter they can use.

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is a two-piece hybrid design with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310 Senior League is a one-piece alloy. Both have a 2 5/8" barrel. We'd recommend a 29" based on his size.

Katie Expert ·May 16, 2013

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Are their any differences between the 2012 and 2013 year models of the Easton S2?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League has an upgraded composite handle from the 2012 Easton S2: SL11S210 Senior League. The 2012 model used IMX composite, whereas the 2013 has been upgraded to SIC black carbon composite.

Kevin Expert ·May 06, 2013

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My son has been wanting a big barrel bat. He is 10 years old and on the small side (70 lbs) and plays travel ball on an elite level team. He generally swings a -13 (30" 17 oz.). He is a good contact hitter, uses all the field, but not a lot of power (hits 2nd in order). Would it be better to go with a 28" 18 oz., which is closer to the weight he swings, or 29" 19 oz. which is closer to his length? He does stand close to the plate. Thanks for your response!

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat is a good bat that is a cross between contact and power. For your player I would suggest the 29" 19 oz. because he stands closer to the plate. He should have enough plate coverage and still be able to get good bat speed.

Robert Expert ·Apr 30, 2013

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My son was using a DeMarni CF5 2 1/4 barrel. He is now in 50/70 intermediate Little League and wants to use the Youth Big Barrel Easton S2. What is the difference between the feel of the Easton S2 and Easton S3?

The 2013 Easton S2 is a two-piece bat that will have a alloy barrel but a composite handle. The Easton S3 will be a one-piece alloy bat. The Easton S2 being a two-piece will cut down on any stinging that can occur and it will add a flex to his swing.

Chad M. Expert ·Apr 29, 2013

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Does this bat come in a model with a 2 3/4" barrel?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League does not come in a model with a 2 3/4" barrel.

Marcus Expert ·Apr 28, 2013

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My son is 13, 5 feet tall, and 110 pounds. He plays in travel ball. Would you recommend the Easton S2 Senior League or the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFX Senior League?

With the height and weight given we suggest a 30" 20 oz. bat. The DeMarini CF5 would be better because it is a two-piece composite bat. Other then that the DeMarini CF5 and the 2013 Easton S2 will feel similar when you swing it.

Chad M. Expert ·Apr 22, 2013

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Is this 2013 Easton S2 or the 2013 DeMarini CF5: DXCFX Senior League bat, permitted for Babe Ruth League? They must be BBCOR .50 approved? Also, which would you prefer if they are? Thanks!

All Senior League bats like the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat will not be BBCOR Certified. All BBCOR bats will be -3 in length to weight ratio. Check out the Adult BBCOR sizes in the CF5 and S2.

Brandon Expert ·Apr 20, 2013

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My son is just under 5 feet tall and weighs just about 100 lbs. He has always used light bats. From everything I read, he seems to be in between a 30 inch and a 31 inch bat. He has been using a 30 inch so far this season and in looking at him with a 31 inch, it looks to big for him. I am considering getting him the S2 with the 10 drop for use now but I am unsure as to whether a 30 or 31. Any suggestions?

Going by a standard bat size chart, your son is on the border between a 30" and 31" model. If your son has below average swing speed and a lack of bat control with is current 31" bat, then I would recommend moving down to a 30" model for this season.

Tyler Expert ·Apr 15, 2013

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My son is 11 1/2, 4'7", weighing 90 lbs. He's been swinging a 30 drop 8 (much too heavy). I've found this bat in a 30 drop 10. Is that too long or heavy, or can he make the adjustment? They're holding the bat, so if you could reply ASAP, it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

A 30" 20 oz. 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League would be the recommended size for his height and weight. It is a very balanced bat and should be able to adjust to the swing weight.

Kara Expert ·Apr 15, 2013

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My son is 5' and 102 lbs. He is playing for a travel baseball team and is interested in the big barrel Easton S or XL series -10 (S2 or XL2). Do you recommend a particular bat for him? I believe it hast to be USSSA marked on the taper of the bat. His desire is for more power, a home run hitter.

The Easton S2 is a well balanced bat and is recommend if he has average to below average strength and swing speed. The Easton XL2 is more endloaded and is recommended if he has above average strength and swing speed.

Tyler Expert ·Apr 10, 2013

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What drop does the 32" 22 oz. model have?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat has a -10 length to weight ratio or "drop".

Mac Expert ·Apr 09, 2013

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What size is best for a 5' 90 lb. 12 year old? How does this bat compare to the Marucci Elite? Which is better in your opinion?




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For someone your size you should be using a 30" bat. The Marucci Elite will be slightly more balanced than the Easton S2. You will see a slightly better performance out of the Marucci Elite.

Noah Expert ·Apr 09, 2013

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The S2 Easton bat, what is safe temperature to use in? Is mid 40's no good for a bat? Thanks, Tony.

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League can be used in any temperature because it has an alloy barrel.

Kara Expert ·Apr 01, 2013

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Little League rules for the 50/70 divisions are a bit vague regarding hybrid bats. I see that full composite bats would need to be -3 and metal bats could be any drop. But, would this Easton S2 be allowed for LL 50/70 divisions since it has the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League will be legal for play due to its alloy barrel.

Kevin Expert ·Mar 28, 2013

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Does 2013 S2 have more pop than 2013 Easton S3? Thanks.

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League and the 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310 use the same alloy material in the barrel of the bat. The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 will have more flex than the 2013 Easton S3: SL13S310.

Kara Expert ·Mar 28, 2013

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My son is 12 years old, 5'5'' and 110 pounds. He's been looking at the EXOGRID drop -5 and wanted to know if the XL1 has the 1.15 stamp for 13U. And which is better in your opinion?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League and the 2013 Easton XL1: SL13X15 Senior League have the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp. If he is currently using the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League -10, we would not recommend using a -5 bat at this time. The 2013 Easton XL1: SL13X18 Senior League would be a better choice for his age.

Kara Expert ·Mar 25, 2013

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What is difference, performance wise, between Easton S2 and S1 for the price difference?

The barrel materials will be different on the S1 to the S2. The 2013 S1 will be a two-piece fully composite design. The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat will be two-piece but have a composite handle and alloy barrel. The S1 will require a period of break-in and the S2 will not. Both bats will be very balanced in swing weight and easy to swing.

Brandon Expert ·Mar 16, 2013

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I've had my bat for about 6 months and it has been working great. I went out for batting practice this week, took a couple of swings, and the cap on the top of the bat cracked and flew off. Why did this happen?

The bat should still be under warranty through Easton. Here is their warranty number 1-888-259-1297. You can also ask them why it happened since they manufacture the bats.

Noah Expert ·Mar 09, 2013

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My son is using a 2 3/4 16oz, 28 inch CF4 and hitting well with it. His new league says he can't use 2 3/4" so would this bat be a good fit? What size would I want for him? He is 9 years old, 74 lbs, and 4'6". Thanks.

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 is an excellent choice for him. It it a balanced two-piece bat with great pop. Based on his height and weight we recommend a 29" 19 oz. bat.

Kara Expert ·Mar 01, 2013

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what is the difference between the 2013 S3 and the 2013 S2?

The 2013 S3 will be a one-piece alloy bat and the 2013 Easton S2 will be a two-piece bat with a composite handle and an alloy barrel.

Noah Expert ·Feb 25, 2013

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Have there been any issues with the bat wobbling at the rubber part in the middle of the bat where the barrel meets the handle?

The 2013 Easton S2 is one of our most popular bats. This wobbling issue sounds like a manufacturing problem. If this occurs, Easton will replace the bat.

Justin R Expert ·Feb 22, 2013

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My son plays on a competitive travel team and every coach since he was very young always commented on how quick his hands were. He is about 5-1 and 124 pounds. I was looking at the Easton S2 31” (-10) for him but upon reading some other reviews, I’m not sure that the S2 would be the bat of choice for his situation. What bat and size would you recommend and would this still be a good choice for someone with quick hands?

This is a difficult question for us to answer as much of the decision comes down to the personal preference of the player and what bat type of bat they have used previously. It's always recommend that a player stick with the same type of bat they have used in the past with the most success. In doing so, the player is much, much more likely to have continued success at the plate. Typically, hitters with above average power and swing speed do better with a more endloaded bat. A 31" model is recommended based on his size.

Tyler Expert ·Feb 11, 2013

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My son is 9 years old, 55 pounds, and a good contact hitter, but not overly powerful. Would this bat be a good choice, and if so, what size?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League is a very balanced bat and is a good choice for a contact hitter. For someone your son's size, I recommend a 29".

Katie Expert ·Feb 11, 2013

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Is there a break in period for this bat, or will it be hot out of the wrapper?

The 2013 Easton S2 will be hot right out of the wrapper.

Noah Expert ·Feb 10, 2013

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What is the difference between this model and the 2012 model?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League has an upgraded composite handle from the 2012 Easton S2: SL11S210 Senior League. The 2012 model used IMX composite, whereas the 2013 has been upgraded to SIC black carbon composite.

Katie Expert ·Feb 06, 2013

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My son is 10 and only 4'4, 70 lbs. He is a good hitter, but not much power. Is this a good 2 5/8 bat for him or do you recommend something else? Mike

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League would be a great option for your son. The S2 is a very balanced bat which is great for a contact hitter. We recommend a 28" 18 oz. based on his size.

Katie Expert ·Feb 06, 2013

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My son is 5'1" and 100 pounds with above average swing power. I know nothing about bats. He thinks he wants the Easton S2 31 inch 21 oz bat. Is this right for him? Do you have a better recommendation?

Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 31" 21 oz. model in the 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat. The Easton S2 features a very balanced swing weight and would be a good option for a player with average to below average swing speed.

Aubrey Expert ·Jan 28, 2013

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why have we not seen any reviews on this bat. I've been watching since it came out. Is it that this bat is not selling or people who have bought it just not sending in review?

It looks like we have simply not received any user reviews at this point for the 2013 Easton S2. We have several positive reviews for the 2012 Easton S2, which would be very similar to the 2013 model.

Justin R. Expert ·Jan 22, 2013

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Of the two piece hybrid design (alloy barrel and composite handle) bats, would you consider the Easton S2 to be more balanced than the Demarini Vexxum or TPX Vertex? My son is a smaller 9u travel player who is a contact hitter.

Yes. The Easton S2 will have a slightly lighter swing weight and more balanced feel than the Vexxum or Vertex.

Tyler Expert ·Jan 20, 2013

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Did this take the place of the Easton Surge 2011 model 29/19?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League replaced the Easton Surge.

Kara Expert ·Jan 02, 2013

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What is the advantage/philosophy behind the 1/2 and 1/2 design? Trying to decide between this and LS 2013 Vertex in 29/19 for a 9 year old. Thanks

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League two-piece bat will have more flex than a one-piece bats. Two-piece bats have more of a whipping action. They are best suited for contact hitters.

Kara Expert ·Dec 10, 2012

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What is the difference between this and the SL13S110?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 Senior League bat is a two-piece hybrid design with an alloy barrel and composite handle. The 2013 Easton S1: SL13S110 is a two-piece fully composite design. Both models will feature a balanced swing weight. Here is a link for further comparison http://www.justbats.com/compare/

Aubrey Expert ·Nov 29, 2012

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My 11-year old son uses an Omen -10. Need to buy a metal-barrel 2-5/8 inch bat for the new LL Intermediate (50/70) Division. What are the differences between the new S2 and its predecessor the Surge? Also, what is the difference between the IMX Composite handle and SIC Black Carbon handle?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 is more balanced than the Easton Surge. The new SIC Black Carbon handle is new technology used for better durability.

Kara Expert ·Nov 15, 2012

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Is there going to be a black Easton xl2 or whatever a 32/24 is called?

Yes. Please refer to model; 2013 Easton XL2: SL13X28.

Tyler Expert ·Nov 12, 2012

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I am a 5'4" 13 year old player that needs a 2 5/8'" bat. Last year I used the b4yb1 31/19. Right now I am looking at the 2013 s2 or the 2013 xl2. I want to try and gain more power. Which bat would you suggest?

If you have above average strength and swing speed, the XL2 would be recommended due to it's slightly endloaded design. If you have average to below average strength and swing speed, the S2 would be recommended due to it's very balanced design.

Tyler Expert ·Nov 09, 2012

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I have an Easton Omen 31" -12, 2 1/4" barrel. I have had success with it. I'm looking into a 2 5/8" barrel Easton, which would you recommend? I'm 11 yrs old.

I would look at this bat: **PRE-BOOK** 2013 Easton XL1: SL13X18 Senior League. It will swing most like your Omen. This bat will come in a 31" model. It will be Two-Piece in design and be all composite. It will have an extra large barrel length and be 2 5/8" barrel diameter. It will feature Easton's Massive Sweetspot design and Performance Diamond Grip. This bat will require a break-in period and come with a Full 400 Day Warranty through Easton.

Brandon Expert ·Nov 09, 2012

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Will this bat be BBCOR certified?

The 2013 Easton S2: SL13S210 is not BBCOR certified. All BBCOR bats will have a -3 length to weight ratio. We currently do not have the 2013 Easton S2 BBCOR available for Pre-Book, but here is last years model. http://www.justbats.com/product/easton-s2-bbcor--bb11s2-adult/14438/?pa_source=justbats&pa_campaign=was&pa_medium=badges&pa_content=easton-s2-bbcor--bb11s2-adult.

Nick Expert ·Nov 03, 2012

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Hi. My son has an Easton XL1 youth 30" -10 2 1/4" barrel. Now needing a 2 5/8 barrel bat. He loves the feel of this bat. What would be you recommend? Like to stay with the same feel. thanks

It's always recommend that a player stick with the same type of bat they have used in the past with the most success. In doing so, the player is much, much more likely to have continued success at the plate. Thus, we recommend sticking with the Easton XL1.

Tyler Expert ·Oct 30, 2012

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I am 12yrs old 5ft 7.5in and i can hit for power. Last year i had the 2012 Easton S3 and had good succsess with it. if i am lookin gfor a new bat which would be the best of the new 2013 Easton S series.

It's always recommend that a player stick with the same type of bat they have used in the past with the most success. In doing so, the player is much, much more likely to have continued success at the plate. Thus, the S3 is recommended.

Tyler Expert ·Oct 18, 2012

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Are there any design differences between the 2012 Easton S2 and the 2013 Easton S2?

The only real difference between the two bats is that the 2012 model has the IMX Composite Handle and the 2013 model has the SIC Black Carbon Composite Handle.

Jeff Expert ·Oct 17, 2012

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I am 13 years old and I have to use a -3 Bbcor for school baseball, but I can use any other size for next summer. What should I get a -3 or -10 like this one?

Ultimately, the decision is up to you. It may prove difficult to switch back and forth between a drop 3 and a drop 10. It could be a challenge in high school baseball to get used to the drop 3 after using the drop 10 during the summer.

Jeff Expert ·Oct 10, 2012

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