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Worth Mayhem Hybrid


$250.00 Released January, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:In the lighter range of softball bats, easy to swing. Has a large sweet spot, easy to hit with. Well balanced, weight is distributed perfectly to offer better control.

The Cons:Lacks the explosive power found in higher end bats. Accumulates dents if used with dimple balls. Cap is prone to shearing off.

The Worth Mayhem Hybrid is a high-end slowpitch bat with a combination composite/aluminum construction. Utilizing a multilayer assembly, this bat features an outer lithium-aluminum shell with an inner EIP RAV composite core.

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Worth recommends this hybrid bat for players looking for consistent performance and an improved feel compared to other slowpitch bats. The Mayhem Hybrid's barrel is flexible compared to the handle, which has a stiff quality. This arrangement provides the player with minimal discomfort, while also allowing maximum ball speed. In terms of balance, weight is distributed evenly in order to assist players with better bat control and consistency. A “Pro Pebble” grip consisting of thin and textured material lines the bottom of the bat. The Worth Mayhem Hybrid is available in several different length/weight configurations, and is approved by the ASA, USSSA, NSA and ISF.

Features

  • EIP RAV composite construction
  • Lithium-aluminum outer shell
  • High strength, high elongation epoxy system
  • Balanced weight distribution
  • Multi-layer design
  • Flexible barrel with stiff handle
  • Pro Pebble grip
  • Approved by the ASA, USSSA, NSA and ISF
  • One year warranty
  • Length/Weight: 34”/30oz, 34”/28oz, 34”/27oz, 34”/26oz

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Pros
  • 2

    in the lighter range of softball bats, easy to swing

  • 2

    has a large sweet spot, easy to hit with

  • 2

    well balanced, weight is distributed perfectly to offer better control

  • 1

    good traction on the ball, gives good control

Cons
  • 3

    lacks the explosive power found in higher end bats

  • 1

    accumulates dents if used with dimple balls

  • 0

    cap is prone to shearing off

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