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Mako M1 Composite Stick

You can't stop what you can't see. That's the theory behind the new line of Easton Mako sticks. Designed for speed, and elusiveness, the white blade and shaft blend in with the rink and boards, and make it even more difficult for the opposition to see what next move will be.The Mako M1 represents the entry model into the Mako lineup, but still packs a good deal of performance. From and strong and consistent multi-rib blade - the same blade design found on top of the line models - that offers a direct and linear feel for the puck, to an ultra thin taper that focuses power lower in the shaft for better accuracy, the Mako M1delivers some outstandingly quick performance for this price point.White Out graphics and a matte finish look and feel outstanding in person, and give you the added benefit of more elusiveness; your stick handling will become harder to pick up on for the defense and give you perhaps that split second more to deke one-on-one.
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