Easton Mako M5 II Senior Hockey Blade

Easton Mako M5 II Senior Hockey Blade

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Product Code: eas13mkm5bldsr
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Easton Mako M5 II Senior Hockey Blade

BLADE WILL ONLY FIT NON-TAPERED SHAFTS

  • Micro-bladder blade process
  • Multi-rib blade construction
  • Textured shaft
  • Low kick point flex profile
  • 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 M5 II Senior Hockey Blade
$32.98
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Jason
TN
5 Stars
I would recommend this item to a friend.

great blade
June 18, 2014
exactly what i was looking for
Pros:
solid, correct curve and lie
Cons:
n/a



By Paul from Ottawa, Canada on August 5, 2014
As I continue in my later years of hockey, I find that the lightness of my stick and blade have become a more important consideration. Are the weights of the various replacment blades available?
Paul
By Customer Service on August 7, 2014

Answer:
Unfortunately we don't have the weights for all of the replacement blades, but there's certainly a correlation between the weights of the one-piece stick models and the weights of the replacement blades. I'd recommend finding a few blades that appeal to you, and then finding their one-piece counterparts in order to compare the weight.

Some of the options available are limited and I'm not sure whether you're a lefty or righty, but here are a few blades worth looking at if you're wanting to find blades in the lightest weight class at a decent price.

http://www.hockeygiant.com/eas13makbldsr.html
http://www.hockeygiant.com/war13dax1sbldsr.html
http://www.hockeygiant.com/rbk20kbldsr.html
http://www.hockeygiant.com/bauvapapxtbldsr.html

By Pat from Madison, Alabama on August 12, 2013
Is this standard or tapered?
By Jeremiah at HockeyGiant.com on August 12, 2013

Answer:
Standard .620