Worth Legit review
If you are looking to add some serious distance and power to your swing then consider picking up the new 2016 Worth Legit 220 softball bat. Designed for slowpitch power hitters, the amount of torque and power in your swing cannot be compared to any other bat on the market. Approved for use in ASA, USSSA and all other major associations, the Legit packs a punch which will quickly give you even more confidence.
You might be wondering why we feel the Legit will improve your power game quite a bit. One reason we are confident is that we believe in Worth as a company and their ability to deliver to softball players. With bats being made in the USA you can rest assured that careful planning and construction has gone into each and every bat. Secondly, we feel that because the sweet spot has been extended by a full 2 inches you will notice a huge shift in distance without needed to change your swing in the slightest.
The 2016 Legit 220 softball bats come in many different variations but at the core feature a 2-piece design that optimizes a hitter’s power and swing potential. Each and every bat is designed with performance and durability in mind. Here are the main feaures:
- Balanced– If you are looking for a balanced and consistent swing then the 220 Greg Connell version is exactly for you.
- Flex 50 Technology– The Flex 50 technology provides the hitter with a thinner and better feeling handle. After all, if you are expecting to hit well you need to feel comfortable with most of your power coming from the barrel.
- Approval– Approved for all leagues using the 1.20BPF w/ABI standard. This includes USSSA, NSA, ISA, etc. Uses a balanced swing weight so your swings remain the same each time.
- CF100 Technology– The barrel features CF100 technology which is essentially means that it is made from 100% carbon fibers. This not only makes the barrel more durable and help give you a little more power in your swing but also feels slightly lighter than other barrel used in the Legit series.
But what about price?
Like anything in life, it all comes down to money and what you can afford balanced with what you actually need. Although not the most expensive bat on the market, it is still a pricey bat at just under $300. Although $300 is a bit more pricey than you’d probably expect you do have to consider how much use you will get out of this bat. This model promotes durability along with performance so you can expect the good swings to continue for many years instead of replacing your bat every season.