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Easton MAKO II Grip Junior Composite Stick Zoom

Easton MAKO II Grip Junior Composite Stick

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ITEM A187561

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Regular Price: $211.99
Clearance Price:$75.00






Pure Hockey Says: The Mako II is here and Easton continued with their commitment to providing players with the ULTIMATE scoring tool. The Mako II offers improvements throughout the entire construction of the stick to better construction materials to tweaking different parts of the blades to provide better response. Easton completely redesigned the core of this stick with a new Uni-Carbon design that uses carbon fibers all facing the same direction to create a stronger layering design to increase durability while also reducing weight! The shaft has a contoured design that fits comfortably in the palms and fingers while the Textured design helps to reduce hand slippage when loading on shots. In a game that is based on split second decisions the new MAKO II will allow players to excell and play at their best.
Featuers

Easton utilizes a new micro-bladder blade process that produces a lighter blade with increased stiffness and a more durable blade as well. The stiffer the blade will create a more accurate shot.

To increase strength and durability Easton their Uni-Carbon design where the carbon fibers are all facing the same way to create a tighter layering design that allows for better energy transfer by reducing weight and increasing strength.

The NEW Textured shaft design is contoured to fit comfortably in the palms and fingers. The raised texture adds grip so that your hands won`t slip around when unloading that shot on net.

The Non-Skid blade coating creates that sandpaper type feel on the blade so that even where there is no tape on the blade you still get the good feel of the puck.

Blade Patterns Guide
E3 = P3 Hall
E4 = P4 Cammalleri
E28 = New Curve From Easton Similar to CCM Crazy Curve
Great stick by Sarah from Detroit, MI ratingsratingsratingsratingsratings

Love the Parise curve, but hate the orange accents. good pop and not too grippy.




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