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Like a surfer seeing a shark’s fin in the distance, the Easton Mako II Hockey Stick will be sure to scare goalies the same way. Easton took an already proven stick to the next level with some key upgrades making this Mako II stick lighter, stronger and more responsive. The shaft is now constructed of their new Uni-Carbon System.  This system provides the shaft with more strength, a decrease in overall weight and improved energy transfer by aligning the fibers in the same direction unlike other sticks on the market. The Easton Mako II has double concave sidewalls with square corners that works with the textured surface of the shaft and the grip coating to make for a solid and natural contouring hold.

The blade now has four internal ribs compared to last year’s Mako that had just two internal ribs. With the additional two ribs, a stiffer and more durable blade was achieved while making it even lighter than before too! The Micro-bladder Process helps to keep a great puck feel by making the blade as consistent as possible, meanwhile a 3K carbon weave was wrapped around the entire blade in order to provide excellent responsiveness and durability.       

  • Heritage: 2012 Easton Mako stick
  • Level of Player: Ideal for the advanced to pro level of player
  • Construction: Fused one-piece
  • Shaft Dimensions: Double concave side walls/Square corners
  • Flex Point: Low kick
  • Weight: 429 grams (based on E4 curve, 85 flex)
  • Construction:
    • Uni-Carbon System
      • Universally aligned fibers throughout the shaft to provide a stronger and lighter shaft while improving energy transfer also
  • Flex Profile:
    • Tuned taper section built with Easton's Elite Stiffness Profile to pro specs - Offers quick shot release and controlled puck reaction
  • Geometry:
    • Double concave side walls, and square corners
  • Grip
    • Grip coating
  • Blade
    • 3K woven carbon material
    • Multi-rib design
      • Four internal ribs keep the blade stiff and accurate throughout every moment of the shot
      • Prevents the core from breaking down
    • Solid dense lower core keeps the blade in contact with the puck longer resulting great puck control and feel
    • Micro-bladder blade process - Easton's proprietary process of producing a consistent blade
    • Non-skid blade coating 
      • Better grip for the puck on exposed parts of the blade
      • Better tape adhesion and tighter wrap
  • Flex: 75, 85, and 100
  • Length: 59.5"
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Comments: Great blade, but questionable quality. 2 shifts into the first game using I blocked a dump in attempt (more by accident than on purpose). Puck hit the upper portion of the shaft and caused a deep crack that eventually turned into a fracture. Luckily I'm getting the warranty replacement, actually a V9, but I'd never had that happen to any of my other sticks.
From: Michael, CT 

Comments: Good stick but the toe of the blade will break in 2 weeks or less happened to me twiceand 3 of my friends. It seems like all Easton sticks break and flake off at the toe
From: Rob

Comments: Flex: 85 Pattern: E4 Finish: Grip Aesthetics: The stick has a pretty nice look to it, although I have to admit I like the 1st generation Mako's graphics package a bit more. Having said that, the orange and white is a good combo. 8/10 Blade/Stickhandling/Receiving The puck feel was very good; the stick felt like an extension of your hands. Solid puck-dampening and an overall exceptional puck feel. 8.5/10 Shaft/Flex The flex is true to specs. The feel of the shaft is very comfortable and is not too boxy on the corners. 8.5/10 Shooting: I have been using low-kick sticks for the last couple of months, but after using the Mako II, I am reverting back. The kickpoint is excellent and provides great loading on your shot. The release is quick and accurate - the best part of the stick. 9.5/10 Weight and Balance: The weight and balance of this stick was very good. No issues to report. 9/10 Durability: I haven't used the stick long enough to give a fair rating here, but so far so go
od. TBD/10 Conclusion Overall I would say that the Mako II is a BIG win! It has great balance, feel and an excellent release. I would seriously consider this stick if you are a mid-kick player and if you are a low-kick or G3, I would still take a look at it. 9/10
From: Rich, PA

Comments: I believe the Mako II is the best stick I have used so far. It has just enough ping so I know where the puck is at all times and it shoots and passes more accurately than any stick I have used before. Effortless shooting is an understatement in my opinion. The E28 curve is phenomenal if you have the strength the really use a toe curve, if not it could be tough to get used to. Shoot from the heel on slap shots and it stays low, catch it just right from the toe and it's bar down.
From: Patrick, CA

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If you hold the stick with your left hand at the top of the stick, then you use a (R) handed stick. If you hold the stick with your right hand at the top, then you use a left (L) handed stick. As stick size increases, the length and diameter of the shaft also increase.
Stick SizeAgePlayer HeightPlayer WeightStick Height
Yth:-7-4'-60 lbs.46"-48"
Jr:6-123'9"-4'9"50-120 lbs.50"-54"
Int:11-164'6"-5'3"120-160 lbs.56"-57"
Senior:+14+5'6"+120 lbs.58"-63"
The flex of a hockey stick is how stiff the shaft is. Youth sticks are 30-40 flex, Junior sticks are 45-55 flex, Intermediate sticks are 55-75 flex and Senior sticks are 75 - 110 flex.
If you want to look at all brands and/or want to search by general types of curves , then leave "Any Brand" selected. If you know which brand you wish to look at, select it and the following "Curve" tab will display specific brand curves to choose from.
Each curve brings forth different advantages: Toe curves are less common and are good for stick handling and shooting. Mid curves are the most popular and are recommended for beginners, they are good for puck handling, wrist and snap shots. Mid Heel curves are a combination of a mid and heel curves. Heel curves are good for slap shots, one timers, and back handers. 
Choose between grip and non-grip coatings on the shaft. Grip texture allows for a more solid hold on the shaft while the non-grip coating allows the hands to change position more quickly. 
Flex Profile:
Flex Profile
The low-kick flex profile is for the players looking for a quick shot release, ideal for wrist and snap shots. The mid-kick flex profile is for the player who puts a lot of lean into their wrist/slap shots and are looking for a powerful release on their shots. The variable-kick flex profile offers a constant flex profile allowing custom kick points depending on the placement of the player's lower hand. 
Composite sticks are the most popular because they offer the best overall performance. Wood is the traditional material and offers the best puck feel. ABS is used in the blades to add durability for playing on rougher surfaces like concrete and asphalt.
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