Numerical simulations of L-mode turbulence in the Scrape-Off Layer (SOL) are used to construct power scaling laws for the characteristic decay lengths of the temperature, density and heat flux at the outer midplane. Most of the results obtained are in qualitative agreement with the experimental observations despite the known limitation of the model. Quantitative agreement is also obtained for some exponents. In particular, an almost linear inverse dependence of the heat flux decay length with the plasma current is recovered. The relative simplicity of the theoretical model used allows to gain insight into the mechanisms determining the width of the Scrape-Off Layer.