CLOSEOUT Worth Keilani Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat -11oz FPL511

    Price: $169.99
Item#: FPL511  |  Manufacturer: Worth
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CLOSEOUT Worth Keilani Legit Fastpitch Softball Bat -11oz FPL511

The Worth Keilani Legit Fastpitch bat is constructed with 100% Composite material and is made with a 2-piece Design. With a balanced swing weight going through the hitting zone, the Keilani Legit gives softball hitters the power, distance and pop that they need to perform at the highest level.

Worth sports HMF (High Modulus Fibers) with the Keilani, which are woven into the carbon fibers that make up the bat. This advanced scheme gives the walls more material in the same amount of space, ultimately extending its life and giving it incredible durability.

Born in the USA - Every composite Worth fastpitch bat is made in Minnesota, USA at one of the most advanced composite labs in the world. They use Advanced Break In to give consumers a bat that they can take to the field from day one.

The Keilani is backed with a 30 Day Performance Guarantee and is approved for play by USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA and ISF!

2015 Keilani Legit Features:

  • Keilani Ricketts Signature Series
  • 2-piece, 100% Composite
  • HMF (High Modulus Fibers)
  • Advanced Break-In using 98 MPH w/ ABI
  • -11 Length to Weight Ratio
  • 2 1/4" Barrel Diameter
  • Made in the USA 
  • USSSA 1.20 BPF Thumbprint Stamp - approved for USSSA, ASA, NSA, ISA and ISF
  • 30 Day Performance Guarantee


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  • Pros: If you can get beyond the crazy colors it is a really nice bat! I had the CF6 last year and switched to this bat and really like it. The bat has a lot of pop so far and is very balanced with the weight.
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Product SpecsProduct Info
Deals:Closeout
Material:Composite
Length To Weight:Minus 11 Ounce
Barrel Diameter:2 1/4" Diameter Barrel
Model Year:2015