Questions and Answers for Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch
Which 2014 Worth bat replaces this 2013 Worth 454 Legit? My daughter had a great season with this bat, but I want to get the newer bat for her? Do you recommend the 2014 Worth Legit or Worth Sick 454?
The 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch bat was a one-piece design. The 2014 Worth Sick 454 will also be a one-piece design. They both will have the same swing feel. The new 2014 Worth Legit will be a two-piece design.
How long is break-in time on the Worth 454, or is it good right out of the wrapper?
The 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch requires a break-in period of 150-200 swings off of a tee or soft toss, working up from 50% to full power around the 150 swing mark. Make sure to use real leather softballs and rotate the barrel a quarter turn every swing.
Worth 454 v. DeMarini CF5. My daughter hits with CF5 now. How does this compare? Thanks!
Both the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch and the 2013 DeMarini CF5 use top of the line composite materials. The 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch will be a little stiffer because of the one-piece design. The 2013 DeMarini CF5 will have more flex.
What is the difference between the Worth 2012 and 2013 Worth 454 fast pitch bat?
Not much changed between the 2012 454s and the 2013 454 bats. The biggest change was the grip on the new 2013 models (like the 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410). The new grip is supposed to do a better job of reducing sting and vibration.
My daughter who is 14 is swinging a Miken right now, and it has a little pop. She is 5'2" and weighs 123 lbs and uses a 32" 22 oz. She is a power hitter and already hits balls against the fence. Should she move to a 33"23 oz? Also, how would the Worth affect the power of her hits?
With the height and weight that you provided for your daughter, we suggest that she stay in the 32" 22 oz. The 2013 Worth 454 Legit Fastpitch is more balanced and more for a line drive hitter.
How does it compare to the Worth Quad 32/22? My daughter has been using the worth quad for 4 years and the ball always jumped off of the bat. Recently she broke the end cap and has the replacement bat FPL410 32/22. How would this replace a double wall bat or the performance?
The 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 is a higher end bat compared to the Quad and is known to have better pop with similar durability. The 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 is also a well balanced bat.
My girl is about 5', 100 lbs., and she is 14 years old. What size do you think she should swing?
I would recommend a 31" 2013 Worth 454 Legit: FPL410 Fastpitch.
Looking for advice with regards to purchasing the FPL410 versus FPLGT. She is almost 13, 5'9'', 150 pounds...more of a power hitter. Also, she is swinging a 33/23...thoughts on appropriateness?
That all comes down to what kind of bat she has had the most success with previously. The Worth FPL410 is a one-piece composite bat. The Worth FPLGT is a two-piece composite bat. 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. If she has previously used a one-piece bat with better success, the FPL410 would be recommended. If she has previously used a two-piece bat with better success, the FPLGT would be recommended.
Does it come in a 31-21?
Yes. We are currently sold out and when we do receive other sizes we will list them online. Sizes listed will be the only sizes we have in stock.
Does this have the new 2013 USSSA stamp?
Yes. The 2013 Worth 454 Legit FPL410 features the new 2013 USSSA stamp. Please check additional photos for more information.
How does this bat compare to the FP4L10?
The FPL410 will be a little stiffer than the FP4L10. The FP4L10 will have more flex.
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