EST XXL

Discussion in 'Worth' started by Joker_24, May 13, 2018.

  1. Joker_24

    Joker_24 Star Player

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    Why isn't worth making a xxl 2018 asa model?
     
  2. jkwoody22

    jkwoody22 League ball huer

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    It is a miken dc 41
     
  3. yank

    yank Addicted to Softballfans

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    Wondered the same thing.Sounds like what woody said.Probably didn't want to produce the same bat with 2 different logos. Not cost efficient I guess. I did think last years DC and XXL were a touch different not sure why except maybe a little different handle flex with the DC being stiffer.
     
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  4. Dan411

    Dan411 Star Player

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    You are right on this. I have last year's XXL and my buddy had a DC. The DC overall was a little stiffer. Full ounce end load is starting to go the way of 30oz bats IMO.
     
  5. Joker_24

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    Anybody in the Worth page have an EST XXL they're willing to sell or trade? Looking for one ASAP, sold mine last year thinking they'd release an 18 model
     
  6. 96packers

    96packers OG Titletown

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    Or looking for just the 17 EST XL 27 or 28
     
  7. UncleMosk

    UncleMosk New Member

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    Have 30 oz sledge
     
  8. 96packers

    96packers OG Titletown

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    see Shortyellowbus on this...;)
     

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