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Easton Mako M3 II Composite Stick

The Easton Mako M3 II offers you a lot of the same control and power that the top-end Mako II will, but at a fraction of the cost. This includes the Micro-Bladder, Multi-Rib blade construction, which keeps the weight of the blade low with thin fibers while the stiffness remains at a high level. This will allow the stick to take abuse and neglect but stay strong throughout any game situation.Another great feature shared by the Mako II and the M3 is the texturing of the shaft. Contoured for the fingers and the palm, the shaft is easy to grip and gives you a more natural feel when skating with the puck. No longer will the stick slow down your hands.The M3 is manufactured with 3K woven carbon, making the entire stick durable from top to bottom. The stick also includes an ultra-thin taper and a low kick point, assisting you in whipping shots to the net with strength and alarm.
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