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Easton Mako II Grip Stick

Receiving the pass, positioning for a shot and blasting one on net is hard to do all in one motion... until now.A step up from last year's model, the Easton Mako II Composite Grip Stick makes energy transfer a very smooth process. Using a Uni-Carbon Fiber system in the shaft, the Mako II provides you with the strength necessary to fire a hard shot while reducing the weight to keep your body fluid. During construction, each fiber is carefully directed to align the same way, creating a tighter layer for the best possible energy transformation.The blade is ribbed, which allows the blade to remain light despite the increased stiffness. The micro-bladder technology also makes the blade very durable and able to withstand the rigors and tribulations that you face each game. The blade is lined with Non-Skid Coating, which will assist in keeping the puck at the sweet spot just before taking a shot.The Mako II also features a textured shaft that contours to your palm and your fingers. The added grip found throughout the shaft keeps your hands in place without worry. Gripping your stick has never felt more natural. Handling the puck has never felt so simple.A stick that can keep up with your hands has arrived.
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Review 1 for Mako II Grip Stick
Date:3/15/13
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Scottp
Location: Minnesota
Skill Level: Intermediate
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
Gender: male
Interest: Ice Hockey
Best Description: Player
Great Stick
Pros: Helped improve my game
Cons: spendy
My kids love the E28 pattern.
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