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.
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.
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.
- No warranty
- Due to the nature of pro stock sticks, sticks may have minor cosmetic blemishes. Lengths may vary slightly.
- NOTE: Please refer to the pattern ID (ex. E7, E26, E36) and the blade chart for an accurate representation of each stick. We recommend that customers do not rely on the pattern name as a basis for purchasing as these pro pattern may not correlate to previously released retail or pro-stock patterns.
Pro Stock Hockey Sticks are not covered by a Manufacturer's Warranty.