Who has swung the 2018 USSSA ESTs

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  1. thebestpr21

    thebestpr21 Addicted to Softballfans

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    Considering getting one. Haven’t seen any feedback yet. Thanks
     
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    msw4indy Addicted to Softballfans

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    Only one I've swung is the pink EST XL. Pretty much on par with all the other Worth/Miken 2018 releases.
     
  3. thebestpr21

    thebestpr21 Addicted to Softballfans

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    Did you swing a 25.5 or a 26.5 by any chance? Wondering how the weight felt with half weights and .5oz EL.
     
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    msw4indy Addicted to Softballfans

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    It was a 26.5 and although it was a little light for my liking, the ball came off of it great! Only comparable bat I've swung would the Dillon Psycho. Weighting and endload felt as I expected them to.
     
  5. chile

    chile all 3 forms of retardation

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    same as the 17s...
     
  6. bird25

    bird25 34/30 Club #25

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    Way to bring me down....:oops:
    Everyone knows the new bats are hottero_O
     
  7. chile

    chile all 3 forms of retardation

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    :p:D... That fire flex is nice. First hit flew off the bat
     
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    Jusrah99 Outstanding Bad Mudasuka!

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    Man, i can’t wait to get my hands on one...
     
  9. bird25

    bird25 34/30 Club #25

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    If you can swing a 28, Chile might let you hit one;)
     
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    Jusrah99 Outstanding Bad Mudasuka!

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    I swing that 5lb jimmer i got from you...i think i can handle a 28. :D:p
     
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  11. Sloth91

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    i usually swing 26 and i swung the 26.5 xl yesterday. we were in a tunnel so i can't speak for distance, but the ball was flying off the bat. i swung it right after my 17 border battle and it felt nearly identical, just with the endload being a little more pronounced
     
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    Thx bro. im in the exact same bot. I swing 26 maxload (.5oz EL) and concern is the EL might be too much for my liking on a 26.5oz.
     
  13. Batalot

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    I sent the 25.5 back cause it was to light and it came in at only 25.2, with the wrapper on.
     
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    what bat weight (28oz-25oz) does Worth/Miken use to certified their USSSA/USA bats for testing?
     
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    all of them
     
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    IMO (on the 25.5) there isn't a ton of endload. I think the blue one from last year has a bit more weight in the end.

    I have a 27 Balanced and a 25.5 EL and I love both of them. I am waiting on a DD3 to compare.
     

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