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Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat (2 5/8")

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Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat (2 5/8) XL Series Longer Barrel. Bigger sweet spot. More power. The extra long barrels in the XL series are designed to give players expanded hitting zones and more barrel mass, generating more power i
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Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat (2 5/8")

XL Series
Longer Barrel. Bigger sweet spot. More power. The extra long barrels in the XL series are designed to give players expanded hitting zones and more barrel mass, generating more power in every swing.

IMX™ Composite
Two piece composite technology is the biggest sweet spot on the market 1 1/2" inch bigger than the Speed Series. The composite model also allows for the maximum flex in the hitting zone.

Bat Specifications
Drop: -8 Senior League
Barrel: 2 5/8"
Certified: USSSA 1.15 BPF
Material: IMX Composite
Handle: 29/32"
Construction: Two-piece Composite
Grip: Performance Diamond Grip

Available Sizes: 29"/ 21 oz., 30"/ 22 oz., 31"/ 23 oz., 32"/ 24 oz.

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Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat
 
4.3

(based on 3 reviews)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Great pop (3)
  • Large sweet spot (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Baseball (3)

    Reviewed by 3 customers

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    3.0

    CRACKED

    By Kam

    from Freehold, NJ

    About Me Competitive Athlete

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Good Grip
    • Great Pop
    • Large Sweet Spot

    Cons

    • Breaks Easily

    Best Uses

    • Baseball

    Comments about Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat:

    I read a lot of reviews and read all the warnings that these Easton S series and XL series bats dent/break easily. I was hoping it was a small percentage and that it wouldn't happen to me. A friend bought the exact same bat and still using w/ no issues now for 2 months. I had mine for 1 week and it cracked above the handle, below the barrel. Just during the "breaking in" period. Very disappointing. Most disappointing thing is Easton has this bat back ordered and wont get a replacement until end of January - 5 MONTHS later.
    for over $200 bat, I expect better and expect not to have to wait 5 months for a replacement.
    VERY DISAPPOINTED.

    Maybe I'll get the one piece instead...perhaps the two piece composite is too fragile?

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    My Grandson Loves this Bat!

    By Santa Rosa Nana

    from Santa Rosa, CA

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Good Grip
    • Great Pop
    • Large Sweet Spot
    • Well Balanced

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Baseball
      • Batting Cages
      • Games
      • Homeruns
      • Practice

      Comments about Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat:

      Since using this bat, my grandson's batting average has more than doubled. He has even hit a few home runs (over the fence)- and he is not a big kid.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great bat!

      By VikingDawg

      from Valdosta, GA

      About Me Competitive Athlete

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Great Pop
      • Large Sweet Spot

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Baseball
        • Practice

        Comments about Easton 2013 XL1 -8 Big Barrel Baseball Bat:

        If you're looking to buy an XL, this is the best one in my opinion. If you're debating between the -8 or the -10, I'd say the -8 is better. It's not that much heavier, and the barrel is longer/bigger. You won't notice the 2 oz. difference. My son is using this bat to move from a more balanced (-10) bat to an end loaded (-8) bat. Great for games or practice, but we've mostly used it in BP to ease into the transition. The bat has lots of pop, and he has had an easy time adjusting to this bat. Also, it's an awesome looking piece.

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        • Yes

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        Softball Bat Sizing

        To find the correct bat length for your softball-playing daughter, have her stand straight up with her arms to the side. Place a ruler to her side with the start of the ruler (the "0" mark) on the ground. Read the measurement at the end of her wrist, just where the hand meets the forearm. As a general rule, this measurement indicates the perfect bat length for her.

        Another sizing method for Baseball and Softball

        Another great means for determining bat size is what we'll call the wingspan method. Have your son or daughter stand up tall with their arms straight out (arms should be parallel to the ground as if they were trying to mimic an airplane). Measure from the very center of their chest out to the tip of their fingers. That measurement will give you the ideal bat length.

        It's always best to try to size using a variety of methods to come up with their ideal. For youth which are still growing, we recommend that you go with the longest length obtained through the various sizing methods. We often use the break of the wrist method (described in the softball bat sizing above) along with this method and use the longer of the two.

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