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Mako M2 Grip Comp Stick

The Mako M2 composite stick features an Ultra-Thin Taper for quick and powerful shots, while the grip coating on the shaft provides added hand control. A Multi-rib blade provides excellent dampening and great puck feel. The Mako M2 blade is also constructed with 6k Woven Carbon for extra durability.
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Whats the difference between grip and no grip on the Mako M2 hockey stick
Mom asking because its a gift.........
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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Grip is a coating that is applied to the stick to prevent slippage. Most players have a strong preference to one way or the other. Grip has been know to shorten the life span of some gloves.
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