Ryan Harvey Legit XL USSSA vs Easton Fire Flex Loaded USSSA

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  1. Ryan Harvey Legit XL USSSA

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  1. Lucas

    Lucas AZ Buckeye

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    Both 13.5 barrel, .05 end-load....just curious what the preference is.
     
  2. chile

    chile all 3 forms of retardation

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    for me, tie...if you included the nurple or blue line, either of those.
     
  3. Jusrah99

    Jusrah99 Outstanding Bad Mudasuka!

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    Samesies!
     
  4. Crusty

    Crusty Addicted to Softballfans

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    Never thought I’d say this, but if your looking for durability the Harvey will outlast the Fireflex both in compression and even breakage.
     
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  5. jlee

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    It is true... the Worth's have both done MUCH better in terms of durability and and testing purposes, IMO. I've known multiple guys here up in the NW in where the Fire Flex fails after 25-50 swings...
     
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