Easton Mako M1 II Intermediate Hockey Stick

Easton Mako M1 II Intermediate Hockey Stick

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Easton Mako M1 II Intermediate Hockey Stick

  • Multi-rib blade construction
  • Ultra-thin taper
  • 6k Woven carbon paddle
  • Matte coating
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Easton Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart - 2013

Easton E3 Hall Blade, Easton Hall Curve, Easton Taylor Hall Pattern, Easton Sakic Curve Easton E4 Cammalleri Blade, Easton Cammalleri Curve, Easton Mike Cammalleri Pattern Easton E5 Getzlaf Blade, Easton Getzlaf Curve, Easton Ryan Getzlaf Pattern Easton E6 Parise Blade, Easton Parise Curve, Easton Zach Parise Pattern Easton E7 Iginla Blade, Easton Iginla Curve, Easton Jarome Iginla Pattern Easton E9 Heatley Blade, Easton Heatley Curve, Easton Dany Heatley Pattern Easton E28 Blade, E28 Easton Curve, Easton E28 Pattern

Easton Hockey Stick Blade Pattern Chart - 2013, P3 Hall, P4 Cammalleri, P5 Getzlaf, P6 Parise, P7 Iginla, P9 Heatley, E28
Easton Mako M1 II Intermediate Hockey Stick
$44.98
By DAN from st louis on November 25, 2014
HOW MUCH DOES THIS STICK WEIGH??
By Customer Service on November 25, 2014

Answer:
Approximately 520 grams. Generally, here's how it breaks down, with senior sticks...
$220+ ~ 390 - 420 Grams
$180 - $220 ~ 420 - 450 Grams
$140 - $180 ~ 450 - 480 Grams
$100 - $140 ~ 480 - 520 Grams
< $100 ~ > 530 Grams

By Shabbat from Shhsh,gshshaha on January 8, 2014
Does this have a low kick for quick release
By Customer Service on January 8, 2014

Answer:
It's more of a mid-kick stick. Typically, the lower priced sticks are manufactured with a mid kick point unless otherwise noted. I don't mean that all mid-kick sticks are therefore "cheap", it's just more typical for lower-priced sticks such as the M1 to have a mid kick point because of their ease of use. That being said, the rest of the Mako line is also considered mid-kick. The M5 II and Mako II have a mid-low kick point.

If you're looking for a low-kick stick, the Stealth II line would be a better place to look.

By Charlie's Dad from Los Angeles on November 11, 2014
My son is a first year squirt that plays both defense and offense, why would this be a a good choice or bad?
Also can you say anything about durability. He has been playing with an Easton SE20(??) and it has lasted so long he out grew it!
By Customer Service on November 12, 2014

Answer:
What you'll find is that almost every stick we carry works well for players at any position. Personal preference is the most important factor to consider when selecting a stick. The Mako M1 II is designed to perform well for players who want a "power stick" that can handle a bit of abuse. It's fairly lightweight and has good "feel".

If your son does a lot of puckhandling and likes to take his shots while on the move and in a hurry, there are other sticks that are more geared toward that type of play, such as the Easton Velocity V5E. If that's the type of stick he's looking for, you should also take a look at a Bauer Vapor Stick.

By Nathan from Brooklyn on March 2, 2014
What is the size of the stick? And would it be a good size for someone who is 5"6?
By Customer Service on March 3, 2014

Answer:
It is 57" in length. At 5'6"", intermediate sticks are the correct length for you.

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