Questions and Answers for Worth 2 Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat: FPLGC
Is the 2015 Worth 2 Legit stamped and approved for NSA use?
The Worth 2 Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPLGC) does feature the NSA stamp making it approved for use in fastpitch softball sanctioned by those rules.
The Worth 2 Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPLGC) will not require too much of a break-in process. I would recommend between 50-100 hits of soft toss or tee work while rotating the barrel of the bat about a quarter turn per hit. Start out about 50% power for the first 20 hits or so then gradually work your way up. This ensures an even break-in without damaging the bat.
Are there any weather restrictions for the 2015 2 Legit? Is there anything specific she needs to do to break the bat in?
The Worth 2 Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPLGC) would have similar weather restrictions to most bats. In weather below 55 degrees, the ball can condense and become harder than a standard softball and can damage the bat. We would recommend between 50-100 swings of soft toss or tee work with the bat while rotating the barrel to break it in. You should start with about 50% power and work your way up gradually to 100%.
When will the 2015 be out on the market? I read about all the bat failures with this model. How many times will Worth replace it during the 1 year time frame? Also, how does it compare to the new 2015 Ricketts model?
Although they have not come out with a definite release date, we are expecting the 2015 version of the Worth 2 Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPLGC) to come out in early summer. All early information indicates that they have made changes to the design to help greatly improve durability and any issues seen with the previous model. I cannot speculate on how the warranty will work until that information is released from the manufacturer. It will, once again, be considered their top of the line bat that should have an improved feel over the 2015 Worth Keilani Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat (FPL511).
Is this bat legal for high school ball and 16u travel even though it does not have the ASA stamp?
The 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC) does feature the ASA stamp. It can be hard to see in the picture but it is on the end of the barrel. The 2 Legit would be legal for all levels of play.
Worth 2 Legit or Easton MAKO. I'm 14 yrs old. I like a balanced bat. I have fast bat speeds and I'm a power hitter. What bat do you recommend?
The 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC Fastpitch Softball Bat) would be an exceptional choice for you. Not only is it be very balanced, but it will work well for a power hitter or a contact hitter. The DeMarini CF7 and Easton MAKO would also be some top notch choices.
Is the Worth 2 Legit legal for PIAA high school softball?
The 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC) Fastpitch Softball Bat has all the correct certifications and has a 1.20 BPF rating. The Worth 2 Legit is legal for high school play.
If I buy the bat from you, to whom do I return it?
If the bat is purchased through www.justbats.com, and has not been used, it can be returned on our website using the returns link in the top right hand corner of the website. If the bat is damaged however, the warranty will be handled primarily through the manufacturer.
How does the 30 day guarantee work?
The 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC) 30 Day Performance Guarantee is covered by the manufacturer. In this case, Worth.
Is this bat 2014 USSSA sanctioned?
Yes, the 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC) does feature the USSSA 1.20 BPF stamp.
How would you compare the four-piece design of this bat with bats that have a one-piece design? My daughter has the Synergy one-piece design now and has a power rating of over .800. I don't know whether to get the 2 Legit or stick with a one-piece bat.
The four-piece design of the 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC) Fastpitch Softball Bat will have a considerable amount more flex through the zone than the Easton Synergy. In general, power hitters tend to prefer a more stiff flex to allow them more control. The flex in a multi-piece design allows for a whipping motion that helps to generate more bat head speed at the point of contact. Power hitters may not need that added whip and it may throw their swing off.
How much of an advantage would a girl have using this bat over last year's Worth Lithium Storm -13 bat of the same length?
The 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC Fastpitch Softball Bat) will feature a four-piece fully composite design. It will also feature a multi-layer composite core for exceptional rebound and durability. This bat will give the hitter more pop, flex, balance, and durability without any hand sting or discomfort. It will provide a better feel, performance, and materials compared to the Worth Lithium Storm.
Does this bat tend to be more end loaded or more even weight through out the bat?
The 2014 Worth 2 Legit (FPLGC) features a balanced swing weight, so the weight of the bat will be evenly distributed throughout the bat.
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