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Easton Mako M2 II Grip Stick

Shooting like a pro can be expensive. That's why Easton has brought you the Mako M2 II Composite Stick.With a Micro-Bladder process and Multi-Rib construction, the M2's blade is very light but maintains a stiff feel when the puck hits your stick. Staying reactive to the puck will come naturally with this stick in your hands.The Mako M2 features an ultra-thin taper with a low kick point. You'll feel more bend in the lower shaft when you rip a shot, but the 6K woven carbon construction gives the stick a very reliable durability. The added grip technology makes dropping your stick a thing of the past.
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