2014 Easton L6.0 Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA End Loaded SP14L6

    Price: $99.95
Item#: SP14L6  |  Manufacturer: Easton
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2014 Easton L6.0 Slowpitch Softball Bat ASA End Loaded SP14L6

The best value in softball is the Easton 6.0 ASA bat. The 6.0 has the same composite in the barrel as the more expensive Easton Slowpitch Bats, but the handle uses the IMX Composite instead of the newer SIC Black Carbon composite, which works to eliminate vibration in the hands. The barrel is built using the same proven IMX Composite that has been used in Easton softball bat barrels for several years, giving you a MASSIVE sweet spot and unrivaled performance.

ASA - The 6.0 is approved for play in ASA and ISF. The new ASA standard is super hot, and is no longer the USSSA little brother of bat standards.
 
End Load - An end loaded slowpitch bat helps you have more power in your swing when the ball is struck. If you are powerful enough to swing an L series end loaded bat, you should stand to see an advantage over a balanced bat.
 
One-Piece - Keep it simple. For the guys (and gals) that like a traditional feel when swinging, the single system design gives you the advantage of instant feedback. Many players who swing one-piece bats do not like the feel of whip you get with a two-piece bat (like a golf club).
 
12 Month Warranty - The One Year Warranty is back. Easton Slowpitch Bats will have a warranty against defects for 365 days from the date of purchase.
 
Easton L6.0 Softball Bat Features:
  • Single System Composite Design increases bat control
  • 12" Pro Style Barrel
  • End Loaded - 34/26(1oz), 34/27(2oz), 34/28(3oz)
  • Approved for Play in ASA and ISF
  • One Year Easton Warranty



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  • Pros: This bat has pop right out of the wrapper. After putting around 50 to 60 hits on it you can really see what it's capable of. The end loaded structure gives your ball that much more distance. The sweet spot is huge! Every hit just sounds like a rope.
  • Cons: If you're not used to Easton's new grip it will take some time to get used to
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  • Pros: Very nice pop right out of the wrapper. I'm not an all day home run hitter but I had no problem putting them over the fence on a 55 degree day. Love the looks of this bat. She sure won't get lost in a crowd. For $200, you can't go wrong with this one
  • Cons: Grip is a little thin but nothing a couple wraps of tape over top won't fix
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  • Pros: Bat is pretty explosive. The ball comes off the bat very well with little effort. You don't really feel the end load in the 28 verizon even though it's 3oz.
  • Cons: Stretches pretty easy, a little slow to break in, miss hits hurt.
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  • Pros: > Great pop out of the wrapper. > Most players on coed team can swing it well. > Tolerates cool weather (40s) well. > Narrow handle is easy enough to adjust to.
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  • Pros: Slick new look on the neon green. As so as I saw it, I just had to have it. At first, it wasnít difficult to connect with the ball, but I will suggest it to those with more experienced swing. I played one season with it, and the bat never lost its magic. It was easy to use and for most, I didnít have to break it in. It felt just right from very beginning. It feel s end load adding extra speed on my swing.
  • Cons: Most of team mates that had little experience had a hard time using the bat. My solution was to spray a light coat sticky adhesive around the sweet spot and around the grip. After that, all my team mates where hitting ten times better. My only suggestion for any changes is that for the hand grip, to add an end rubber cone. Iím not sure what itís called, but a rubber piece you put add the bottom of the hand grip so that my pinky and ring finger expand, allowing a more professional grip on the bat. I created my own cone and results were amazing and unbelievably increasing on both, performance and popularity.
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  • Pros: Great pop out of the wrapper, feels great in the hand. Doesn't feel like a 28oz bat. Can't wait for it to break in more. Cheap Bats are great btw, bought my bat in the morning for 169.99, than later that night price dropped to 139.99 I emailed Cheap Bats and they credited my PayPal back the difference. Class act boy. Thx.
  • Cons: None
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  • Pros: I used this bat in tournaments I love it it has a lot pop to it and feels great when you swing it I have the L5 I want the L6 great bat to have
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  • Pros: Great bat feels great when hitting with it has a lot of pop. for the asa balls it can kill it.
  • Cons: bat grip sucks for me so i purchased lizard skin and made it even better!
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  • Pros: As close to the SRV5 anyone will get too. Almost feels just like the salvo, I am glad I purchased this bat. I have about 100 cuts on it and its starting to break in all the way, love it.
  • Cons: none
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  • Pros: I'm not a power hitter, more oppo field hitter but I wanted something to give my hits more pop. 12 games, 5 in the park homers, 16 triples, 17 doubleslater and I love this bat! And it isn't even super-hot yet!! Screw the Salvo, save some money and get this bat while they're still available.
  • Cons: Grip is a little thin, takes getting used to. Or you could add more wrap.
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  • Pros: I've had this bat a month now. Broke it in with about 50 half swings before a game, it's since become the team favorite despite being a 28oz with a 3oz end load. I thought I was the only one that liked heavy bats. Nice sweet spot. End load gives it a heavy swing but very comfortable. Jammed swings don't hurt as bad as you would think for a single piece bat.
  • Cons: You have to put your own grip on, like everyone else said. But for 129.99 you won't find a better deal.
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  • Pros: It is a stiff bat and I'm still breaking it in. More to follow.
  • Cons: A good product and solid construction. The only flaw was a poorly attached rubber seal at the barrel end that peeled off and needed to be reglued.
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  • Pros: As the replacement to the Salvo bat, this one performs as expected. Solid hits result in good distance, fairly easy to send the new ASA balls to the fence in a 280ft field.
  • Cons: Bummed that now I'm writing this review, the price has dropped $30 in 2 weeks.
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  • Pros: Bat feels good a little stiff at first but haven't swung it enough for it to open up yet
  • Cons: Grip is a little then
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  • Pros: Looks cool I like the 34"
  • Cons: Does not feel like a 28oz end load. Geels lighter. Different manufacturers weigh differently? Thin grip but easy to fix. Scuff marks were in it when it arrived so packaging should have been better.
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  • Pros: Good pop out of the wrapper
  • Cons: The grip is a little cheap
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  • Pros: This bat has great pop to it right out of the wrapper. When you make a connection with the ball you can really feel it jump off the bat.
  • Cons: All in all it's a great bat only downside for me is that it could use a thicker grip but that's personal preferance.
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  • Pros: Great bat feels great when hitting with it has a lot of pop. for the asa balls it can kill it.
  • Cons: bat grip sucks for me so i purchased lizard skin and made it even better!
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  • Pros: I have the Salvo 3 years in a row. 2 originals and a comp. the Easton L6 feels just like it. Seems pretty hot with a few rips. Getting game ready for this week. I love the thin grip. Gives you some more whip. You can really feel the end load power. I'm a doubles and hr hitter opposite field and my buddy power hitter pull. We both are excited to rip it Thursday based on feel so far. Great price compared to what's out there.
  • Cons: If there are any I will post.
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  • Pros: Quite a bit of pop for a new bat, very pleased with this bat.
  • Cons: I would have to agree that the handle is a little narrow.
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  • Pros: Bat feels good on the swing and comes around quickly. Has a good feel. I added an extra wrap around the handle, but that is a personal preference for a thicker handle.
  • Cons: Sweet spot is small. I like to use the whole bat to cover the plate but with this bat i have to step in and use the lower half of the barrel to get on the sweet spot of the bat. Has good pop if you can get on the sweet spot, but that took a little work to figure out exactly where that was.
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  • Pros: By far one of my favorite new easton's. Hits smoking line drives as well as drops 300ft bombs. Pretty hot out of the wrapper, but after about 100 hits this bat has some crazy pop.
  • Cons: Easton gauze grip destroys my batting gloves. I usually replace the grip right after I tear off the wrapper.
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  • Pros: This bat is extremely well balanced for an end loaded bat. It has a lot of pop right out of the wrapper. My team has a lot of high end bats but this one is an instant team favorite. I can't wait for my next at bat.
  • Cons: None
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  • Pros: I love the feel of the bat. It is a very balanced bat and hits well.
  • Cons: None yet.
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  • Pros: It was a good bat till it snapped in two after hitting a line drive
  • Cons: The paint chipped very easy after only about 5 games and the bat literally snapped in two pieces. very "cheap" quality.
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  • Does this bat have to be broke in ? Before I use it in a game
  • Asked by Miles
  • The L6.0 does have a break in period.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • What is the difference between easton L series bats and the salvo?
  • Asked by martin
  • The 2015 Easton Salvo ASA SP15SVA has replaced the 2014 Easton L6.0. Both bats are a single piece composite design, both using the IMX composite for the barrel. Both bats have an increasing end load with the weight are both come with a one year manufacturer's warranty. The main difference will be the graphics of the bats.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I can't decide which bat to get. Either the Easton L6 28oz or the L4 30oz. There is a big difference in price. I currently use the 2013 Miken Freak 30oz. I wouldn't mind going with the L6 but I've never used a 28oz bat and I don't won't to lose distance. Any advice would help, Thanks
  • Asked by Derrell
  • The 2014 Easton L4.0 is their signature Brett Helmer model which is a two piece composite using the IMX composite in the barrel and the SIC black carbon in the handle to reduce vibration. The 2014 Easton L6.0 is a one piece design using the IMX composite. Both bats are end loaded. If you are worried about the weight rather than design we recommend going with the 2014 Easton L4.0 Brett Helmer edition. If you are looking to stay similar in design with the Mike Freak we would recommend going with the 2014 Easton L6.0.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • If the sticker has fallen off the end cap will that be a problem in leagues? I have read some people say that they won't let them use the bat because it's missing the sticker.
  • Asked by Steven
  • For the 2013 model that was the issue. The 2014 model the sticker on the end cap does not contain any vital information. It will all come down to how your league is.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • looking for a slow pitch softball bat for my 14 year old niece. prefers Easton. any suggestions/
  • Asked by kathy
  • The slow pitch softball bat you are looking to order will all depend on what association she is playing.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I just received my bat and the plastic is still on it but the rubber on the end cap is peeling off is this a problem?
  • Asked by Scott
  • Easton has addressed their lack of adhesive on their end cap stickers. The sticker on the end cap is purely cosmetic and will not have an affect on the bat.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I am looking at the L 6.0 and the X i am 260/270 end loaded bats i like the feel of, so my question is Which of the two bats is better or should I go with? can use some insight thanks
  • Asked by Gary
  • The L6.0 is an ASA only approved bat while the X is approved by ASA and USSSA. If you want an end loaded bat for ASA we recommend to go with the Easton L6.0
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Is this a one piece softball bat? What other slowpitch bat is this like?
  • Asked by Jeffe
  • Yes, the 2014 Easton L6.0 Softball bat is a 1 piece slowpitch bat. You will get a slightly stiffer feel when you hit the ball with a single system softball bat. The 6.0 Softball Bat will be very similar to the 2013 6.0 and the 2011/2012 Easton Salvo.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert

Product SpecsProduct Info
Deals:Closeout
Material:Composite
Barrel Diameter:2 1/4" Diameter Barrel
Product Keywords:ASA