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Most Recent Questions
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how is this stick on the ice? will it last a few years?
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does it come in grip?
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Do any of the new "True" hockey sticks come in a 70" length like Warrior?
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Is TH selling the grip or non-grip finish?
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how is this stick on the ice? will it last a few years?
Question:
does it come in grip?
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Do any of the new "True" hockey sticks come in a 70" length like Warrior?
Question:
Is TH selling the grip or non-grip finish?
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Customer Questions & Answers for
Easton Mako M5 II Composite Stick

The Easton Mako M5 II Composite Stick makes it easier to wheel and snipe in one motion.The Mako M5 is a step better than last year's model, providing you with a flex profile that allows you to dish pucks toward the net with relative ease. The textured shaft contours to your fingers and palms as well, giving you a very natural feel for the puck. Add in the grip that is designed into this model and you will virtually never have to worry about dropping your stick.Woven into the shaft is a Kevlar wrap that helps extend the life of the shaft against hacks and slashes. Whether you're a forward or defenseman, the M5 is designed to handle the abuse.With a ribbed blade, the Mako M5 gives you the perfect balance of lightness and stiffness. The micro-bladder technology also makes the blade durable, letting you play through the strenuous acts of each and every game.
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Questions & Answers for Easton Mako M5 II Composite Stick

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Which curve is closest to the CCM Tavares?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
Easton's Parise pattern is the closest to the CCM Tavares curve.
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answered 1 year, 3 months ago
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which curve is closest to the bauer pm9?
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
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Anonymous
on Mako M5 II Composite Stick
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answer 1
The P4 Cammalleri pattern would be the closet to Bauer's PM9 curve.
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answered 1 year, 2 months ago
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Does this year's M5 have the same sand-grit type coating as last year's?
asked 11 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Mako M5 II Composite Stick
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answer 1
Yes, it will have the same feel on the shaft. I personally do not think it is as gritty as the older model.
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answered 11 months ago
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Sorry, I meant to ask about the blade. Does the blade have the same sand-grit type grip on it that last year's model did?
asked 11 months ago
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Anonymous
on Mako M5 II Composite Stick
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answer 1
Yes, the blade will have that sand paper like feel to it. Ribbed blade is the technological term Easton uses.
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