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Worth 12" FPEX Practice Fastpitch Softballs - Bucket of 12 - Dick's Sporting Goods

Worth 12" FPEX Practice Fastpitch Softballs - Bucket of 12

Item Number: 23420336
Price: $79.99
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Gear up for the season with the Worth® Bucket Of 12 Practice Fastpitch Softballs. The 12" NC12BB Fastpitch Softball 6-Gallon Bucket includes an optic yellow foam lid seat for comfortable sitting on the field or in the dugout. The NCBB12 recreational softballs are made with a ProTac® synthetic yellow cover and cork core to provide superior grip, feel and control.

FEATURES:

  • Size: 12"
  • Sport: Fastpitch
  • Cover: ProTac® yellow synthetic leather for improved durability
  • Core: Solid cork
  • Rating: .47 COR
  • Stitching: Raised red seams for improved grip
  • Ball model: NC12BB official size and weight NCAA® practice balls
  • Bucket Features: 6-gallon clear bucket with optic yellow foam lid seat and carry handle
  • League/Certification(s): NCAA® Practice and Recreation
  • Balls included in purchase: 12 (dozen)
  • Recommended Age: All ages
  • Model: B612
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Country of Origin: United States

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth 12" FPEX Balls & Buckets To date, have been satisfied. Balls have a decent seam and have held up well. Balls have not egg-shaped yet like some of the lower priced balls do. August 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Very Good Product Great product but I wish there were more balls in the bucket for the amount that the product was sold for. When I practice with my team of girls, I find myself looking around for more balls than what the bucket had. 12 balls just isn't enough for an entire team especially when you consider that some of the balls are going to get lost (foul balls, damaged, etc.). March 20, 2014
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