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Easton Mako M1 II Composite Stick

You wouldn't guess it after playing with it, but this is the entry model of a series of sticks that are designed to add speed and velocity to your shots. The second line of Mako sticks are tearing up the hockey stick market.The Mako M1 II Composite Stick offers you Multi-Rib blade construction, which will add durability throughout it. The blade also remains light and stiff, giving you just what you need from a blade.The rest of the stick is just as durable, as it was manufactured with 6K woven carbon. This allows for your desired flex but keeps the stick intact during any type of rough gameplay.
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