Easton Xl3 2 5/8" Big Barrel (-8) Baseball Bat
|Price:||$62.70 - $199.99|
- -8 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter
- End Loaded Swing Weight = More Power
- Extra-Long Barrel Design - Expands the Hitting Zone
- Features USSSA BPF 1.15 Certification
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For 2016, Easton has brought the most expansive line of power and performance to the market with the all-new Power Brigade Series! When you step up to the plate, confidence is key. That's confidence in your team to give everything to the game - confidence in yourself to get the job done - and unquestioning confidence in your equipment. The team at Easton has obviously been in the game for years and knows that not every hitter is built the same. All of the characteristics that define the archetype of a "Power Hitter" can be found in the new Easton XL3 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL16X38 - 1.) The XL3 is forged from HMX (Hyperlite Matrix) Alloy for an expanded sweet spot and tremendous trampoline effect. 2.) Its traditional, stiff feel from its one-piece alloy design ensures that all of the seam-splitting energy you create is transferred directly to the baseball; and nowhere else. 3.) Wrap those features up with an extra-long barrel profile, perfectly-powerful end loaded swing weight, and new HYPERSKIN Performance Grip for supreme control, and there's not one inch of the plate that's out of your Hot Zone. The XL3 Senior League features a 2 5/8" barrel diameter, -8 length to weight ratio, and the USSSA BPF 1.15 Certification. Amplify Your Power and pick up the Easton XL3 Senior League Baseball Bat: SL16X38 today at JustBats.com.
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We purchased this bat in the 30 inch -8 bat for a medium sized 12.3 yr old boy in the summer, primarily for 13u going into the fall. It has been an easy and seamless transition from mostly -10 bats. This was the size up replacement for a bat that was difficult to replace, an Easton S3 that has been his choice bat for more than a couple of years despite an endless string of hot new short lived composite bats over the years. He began using the XL3 immediately with great success. He hit his longest homerun ever, roughly 260 ft., in his first tournament with this bat, and is consistently driving the ball with this bat. The bat has very good balance, and pop, which are likely to be consistant and durable for as long as he needs to use this size and weight of bat. He has always preferred aluminum bats, and he has won me over to that point of view despite my regular offerings of high dollar composites over the years. In my direct experience with more than a dozen composites and several aluminum bats, the aluminum bats are much more durable, and therefore much more consistent and reliable for players than composites for normal rough and tumble youth baseball. I have come to believe that unless you take very significant efforts to care for composite bats, any advantage they may offer is quickly eliminated, likely measurable in days or weeks, by the normal use and abuse that kid bats take with just very normal use. So many kids become frustrated and struggle with compromised composite bats, that were great in the beginning, but have quickly accumulated fatal damage which is unknown, unacknowledged, and not visible or obvious to normal observation. Unfortunately, the insanely high prices paid, denial, half measures, and hope, do not prevented rapid, performance destroying damage to composite bats. So what can cause enough damage to a composite bat to render it at least inferior very quickly? Using it when the bat is not warm, a point of maximum denial. Using it fresh out of the bag after a cool night in the car, or on just a coolish spring or fall day. Using it when it is too warm. Used fresh out of the bag after a hot stay in the car, or in the direct sun. Kids sitting on the gear bag with bat(s) and gear in it. Normal rough handling of the gear bag, or any stacking. Hitting cage balls with the bat. Hitting heavy balls with the bat. Routine moderate impact with hard surfaces, such as concrete, compacted soil, metal poles or tubing, or other bats. Acceleration of all of these factors by sharing of the latest flash in the pan composite bat. For most people, the things that quickly ruin composite bats are just the unavoidable normal activity of baseball. Most of these items are irrelavant for quality aluminum bats unless taken to extremes. Thanks.