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Louisville Slugger 2018 XENO (-10) Fastpitch Softball Bat - WTLFPXN18A10 - Discontinued

WTLFPXN18A10-30in 20oz

Louisville Slugger 2018 XENO (-10) Fastpitch Softball Bat - WTLFPXN18A10 - Discontinued

Regular price $229.95 Sale price

Was $299.95

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    The most popular bat in fastpitch softball has even more reasons to get excited this season.

     

    The 2018 Xeno Fastpitch bat from Louisville Slugger is a two-piece composite bat with a stiff IST connection that now provides even better energy transfer and less sting upon contact. The bat comes hot right out of the wrapper thanks to Louisville Slugger's patented S1ID technology with a balanced swing weight, perfect for all player types. The IST Technology two-piece construction has an improved energy transfer you can feel, and the new ultra-lightweight X-Cap now gives players even more swing speed and control at the plate. 
     
    The 2018 Xeno is available in -8, -9, -10 and -11. Up your game with a bat that fits your swing from Louisville Slugger.
    • 100% Composite Design
    • Patented S1ID™ Barrel Technology
    • Balanced swing weight
    • New ultra-light weight X-Cap™
    • Patented IST 2-piece technology
    • 7/8" standard Fastpitch handle

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    • I am wanting to go to a lighter bat for my daughter because when she hits against faster pitchers she is behind in her swing. Coach said go to a lighter bat but I don’t know the difference between 32/22 -10 or 33/23-11. What is the difference?

      If she's swinging a 32/22 -10, you will want to go with a 32/21 -11. The -10 & -11 represent the difference between the weight in ounces and the length in inches. Example: A 32 inch,  22 ounce bat is a -10, because (22-32)=(-10). Staying with a 32 inch bat and going to a -11 will make the bat 1 ounce lighter than the -10.

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