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Easton Mako II Grip Sr. Hockey Stick

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The original MAKO was designed to help players in tight spots to enhance the concept of quick hands and speed to get the shot off. This next generation MAKO does all that but with a renewed focus on a more responsive and accurate shot as well. Easton has delivered with a redesigned MAKO II line of sticks that are lighter and more well balanced.

Easton uses what they call uni-carbon construction for the shaft. These are uni-directional layers of carbon fibers that provide more strength, greater energy transfer and less weight. The shaft geometry for the senior size is square corners with slightly concave walls, which also happens to be very popular among Easton's pro players. In addition to the control you get from this geometry, Easton has added a nice texture to the shaft. The MAKO II is available in a nice matte finish or with the Grip finish.

A look at the transition from shaft to blade shows us a very gradual taper which ultimately leads to the low kick point.

Since blade durability and responsiveness were a main area of focus for Easton, they drew on the re-engineering of the RSII blade and essentially use that construction on this Mako II stick. It uses a multi-rib construction through its micro-bladder process. Basically, this means that there are 3 structural ribs that run the length of the blade with a combination of a bladder and 4 foam core inserts between the ribs. This provides a more durable core to wall bond as well as dampening for a great feel. You will also notice the non-skid coating on the blade, which feels a little bit like a coarse grit sandpaper. If you only tape a portion of the blade, you'll still get some grip on the puck and if you are someone who tapes your stick very often the tape comes off much easier that it would from a smooth gloss surface. Lastly, with regards to blades, if you're looking to try a different pattern, the E28 is the fastest growing pattern for elite players. It is an open toe style and was specifically engineered with a double lie that allows you to catch a pass with the heel and shoot the puck off the toe. This design is meant to improve accuracy and puck control and to maximize load and release.

If it's quick hands and speed combined with responsiveness and accuracy that you are looking for in a stick, check out the MAKO II from Easton.

Player Profile Quick hands equals speed. Designed for optimal load and quick release.
Kick Point / Flex Profile Low kick point
Shaft Construction Uni-directional Carbon Fibers with Textured finish
Shaft Geometry "Pro-style" shape - Square corners and slightly concave walls
Shaft Coating Grip
Shaft Taper Slight, gradual
Blade Core Multi-rib construction using Micro-bladder process with 80% foam and 20% bladder
Blade Wrap 3K woven carbon
Blade Coating Non-skid texture
Stick Used for Measurement E3 (P3 Hall) 85 non-grip
*Average Weight (gm) 443
*Average Weight (oz) 15.63
Actual length (in) 60.5

*Stick weights and lengths are determined using like flexes and patterns from each brand (mid curve, round toe, open face).
There can be variances in stick weights within the same model, so we have listed the average from weighing 6 sticks.
Length is measured from top of shaft where the front shaft plane meets the heel.

Easton high performance one-piece composite hockey sticks and shafts are covered by a 30-day, limited warranty against manufacture defects only. This is a one-time replacement only. This warranty covers damage/premature breakage caused by manufacture's defect only and is extended with the understanding that hockey is a contact sport which causes stick breakage. Products must be purchased at an authorized Easton retailer. Please see http://www.easton.com/support/warranty-and-returns/hockey-us-warranty/ for complete warranty criteria. BLADES ARE NOT COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY.

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