Pros: Great pop. When you get a hold of one, the ball jumps off and it feels awesome. The vibrations are smooth and give great feedback. I felt immediate good vibrations- even the ones hit off the end felt better than I had anticipated. This comes in handy on colder days. I like that it was hot right out of the wrapper with little break-in time necessary. That is always nice to have a bat ready to go and feel confident the first time you swing it. The sound is good and the color scheme is great. I’m usually not a fan of the vibrant colors on bats, but this works and has some serious graphics to go along with it.
Cons: The Worth 2Legit is advertised as a -10 but it is the heaviest -10 I have swung. Power hitters love the weight distribution but slappers & balanced hitters need to steer clear. This bat isn’t conducive for your tools that make you productive. Also- there is a little grip ring on the top of the handle that hinders smooth bunt progression. Durability seems to be the main issue with these bats. Reviews are littered with horror stories of these bats not even lasting a month before cracks or busted end caps. No one wants to pay $300 for a bat that can’t maintain basic structure for a calendar year. Period. If that problem can be fixed, I really think it could compete with the industry leaders.
Overall, the 2Legit is a good bat, but not for everyone. However, no one can make it work if it can’t stay in one piece. Looking forward to structural changes in 2016.