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Worth 12" NSA Super Gold Dot Slow Pitch Softball

Worth 12" NSA Super Gold Dot Slow Pitch Softball - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Keep on playing with the Worth® 12" NSA® Gold Dot™ Slow Pitch Softball. The YS44NS4 Slow Pitch ball has a .44 COR rating and 400 lb. compression. C-LOK™ moisture protection technology offer a stronger adhesive connection between the cover and core to protect your ball from compression loss, helping players achieve maximum distance. ProTac® synthetic leather and raised black seams enhance grip and feel.

  • Size: 12"
  • Sport: Slow Pitch
  • Cover: Yellow ProTac® synthetic leather for increased durability
  • Core: Gold Dot™ polyurethane helps maintain ideal compression in high heat
  • Stitching: Black raised stitching for better grip
  • Technologies: C-LOK™ cover adhesive repels moisture and locks down the cover for added strength
  • League/Certification(s): NSA® certified
  • Compression: 400 lbs.
  • Rating: .44 COR
  • Balls included in purchase: Individual
  • Model: YS44NS4
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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 10943246

Customer Reviews:

Worth 12" NSA Super Gold Dot Slow Pitch Softball 3 5 2 2
Deformed after one batting practice session Bought a dozen of these balls for our team to add to the bucket for BP for a men's league. We are, admittedly, not a power hitting team. However, more than half of these softballs were oblong by the end of a single hitting session. I definitely won't buy this brand ever again. August 17, 2014
BESST EVERR the stitching doesn't fall out of the ball while i pitch April 27, 2011
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