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Easton Mako Tapered Composite Blade
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Easton Mako Tapered Composite Blade

2012 | 8735-41
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Mako Tapered Blade is rated 2.3333333333333335 out of 5 by 3.
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HIGHLIGHTS

  • Non-skid coating
  • Multi-rib blade construction
  • Tapered hosel design

FEATURES

Weight:170 GramsWeight of the product measured in grams.
Hosel:TaperedPortion of the product that fits inside the shaft.
Construction Material:Multi-RibType of material the product is made of.
Made In:ChinaCountry of origin.
Warranty:30 DaysPeriod of time the product is covered under a manufacturer's warranty.

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Featuring a tapered hosel design, the Mako Blade has a multi-rib construction and non-skid coating for a smooth, high-performing blade. 

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P4 Zetterberg SR/INT 5 3/8" Mid-Heel Closed Round
P5 Getzlaf SR/INT 5.5 1/2" Heel Open Square
P6 Parise SR/INT 5.5 1/2" Heel Open Round
JR 5 1/2" Heel Open Round
P7 Iginla SR/INT 5.5 1/2" Mid Closed Rounded/Square
JR 4.5 1/2" Mid Closed Rounded/Square
YTH 3 1/2" Mid Closed Rounded/Square
P9 Heatley SR/INT 5 1/2" Mid Closed Rounded/Square
JR 4 1/2" Mid Closed Rounded/Square
YTH 3 3/8" Mid Closed Rounded/Square
P33 Chara SR 5 3/4" Mid Closed Round

RATINGS & REVIEWS

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not durable I echo comments from another reviewer. This is a high performance, light weight blade. I like how the blade feels somewhat "dead" from whatever they put inside of it, as opposed to other composite blades I have owned that were too lively, passes bounced right off blade. However, I cannot recommend this blade due to durability issues. The first time I changed the tape (after maybe 3 - 4 games) I noticed vertical cracks in middle of blade. The second time I changed the tape (after another 3 - 4 games), another vertical crack about in middle of blade. This crack was so bad that the last 1/3 of blade was somewhat floppy going forward. I could not play with it. I understand that with sticks high performance sometimes comes at expense of less durability, but I cannot justify paying $50+ for a blade that only lasts maybe 10 games.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Wimpy Shark This blade is definitely light, looks great and works well as long as it's structurally sound. After a month or so of use though, mine developed a crack the length of the blade right in the middle between the two beams in the hollow blade, which made the blade feel like rubber every time I took a slapper. The blade lasted me about 7 months total before I couldn't take it anymore, and I play in rec league games on average only about twice a week. All in all, just a so-so buy for easton's top-of-the-line tapered blade. I expected a bit more. Looking forward to the Mako II blade where hopefully they address the durability issues
Date published: 2013-01-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not an SE16 Replacement I have used Easton sticks for a long time. I had two 2-piece sticks, both with SE16 blades. When one blade broke, I bought the Mako blade in the same pattern, etc., etc. The first thing I noticed, before even taking a shot, is that the Mako was heavier than the SE16. My disappointment continued when I took the first shot and determined that the kick that I loved from SE16 blade was gone in the Mako blade. The power of my wrist shot and snap shot were reduced by 50%. For someone who loves the SE16, my question for Easton is why design the perfect wheel?
Date published: 2012-08-03
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PRODUCT Q & A

What is the Length of this blade?

What is the length of this blade? So I have an idea of how tall the stick will be to pick the right flex.
Asked by: Anonymous
The length of the blade is roughly 10.5" from to to heel to toe.
Answered by: MikeM
Date published: 2013-03-18

Is this the blade with the sandpaper feel?

i was looking at this blade before and was wondering if this was the one?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yep, it's grippy- I'm not sure what good it does. I guess it holds the tape better, but I've never had a problem with tape slipping on a smooth blade
Answered by: tylerC
Date published: 2013-01-15

Would this blade fit the Tapered Bauer APX shaft?

Asked by: Sanetra
The tapered Mako blade should have no problems fitting into an APX tapered shaft. Both are designed to fit 0.520 tapered shafts.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2013-01-08

Could I cut the blade off of my tapered One60 and put this in?

Asked by: Anonymous
One piece sticks are not designed to be used as a 2 piece.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2012-04-23

How much does this blade weigh?

I know it says 170 grams but is that correct? It seems a little high.
Asked by: feeltheteal
The weight is accurate and comes straight from the manufacturers description.
Answered by: Nathan
Date published: 2012-02-17
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