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The Easton Mako M1 II Hockey Stick is the entry-level model in the Easton Mako II stick line. The base price-point stick will provide durability and performance at a great value; plus the low-kick point has a lightning-quick shot release!

The Mako M1 II stick has the Ultra-Thin Taper System that Easton has utilized for quite some time. The taper makes this stick have a low-kick point, keeping the goalies on their toes at all times because of how fast the puck can be released. The 6k carbon blade wrap helps to balance out the weight of the stick while also increasing responsiveness.

  • Heritage: Easton Mako M1
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the recreational to intermediate level of play
  • Construction: Fused one-piece
  • Shaft Dimensions: Double concave side walls/Rounded corners
  • Flex Point: Low kick
  • Weight: 516 grams (based on E4 curve, 85 flex)
  • Construction:
    • Easton's Carbon Composite - provides a lightweight, responsive and durable shaft
  • Flex Profile:
    • Ultra-Thin Taper
      • Steady taper from the shaft into the blade provides a stiff low-kick point for a quick release
  • Geometry:
    • Double concave side walls with rounded corners
  • Grip: Matte finish
  • Blade
    • 6K woven carbon material
    • Single-rib design
      • Traditional blade core with foam
    • Solid dense lower core keeps the blade in contact with the puck longer resulting great puck control and feel
  • Flex: 85
  • Length: 59.5"
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Comments: Started playing again after many years off with a wooden stick, picked this up after about a month and the difference is crazy. Puck comes off the blade so much faster and my shot power instantly improved. As a first composite stick I couldn't ask for anything more. Been playing roller twice a week for a few months and this stick is still
going strong with no issues at all. I would recommend this stick for anyone curious about picking up a composite for cheap as I've found it extremely reliable and, compared to a wooden stick, has improved my shot and my confidence.
From: Matt, Greensboro, NC

Comments: Comments:This stick is highly under rated! I had recently broken my Warrior Dolomite DD and my Easton EQ50 and had to quickly get a new stick. I borrowed one from a friend and was very surprised at it's performance. I had used the original Mako M1 and it felt a little blade heavy and the finish felt too slippery. But Easton's Mako 1 II had a very balanced feel and the matte finish on it felt very good in the hands. I play varsity school hockey and take face offs and it stands up to constant abuse but hasn't broken. Overall, for the money you get a durable, balanced, low kick stick at a very affordable price.
From: Adam, PA

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Int:11-164'6"-5'3"120-160 lbs.56"-57"
Senior:+14+5'6"+120 lbs.58"-63"
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