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09-12-2012, 02:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Thesensation19 View Post
Easton seems to be starting a trend where they make three different sticks for the same.model. The mako came in three differ materials, all differ rpices. Starting w 75 then 110 and then 230. The durability and the weight were all quite similar. The 75 dollar one I bought and its been great. Its lasted me for about 3 months now and been playing regularly. I rather buy three of these...

Mlre companies should do this and they will prob make more money
The weight of those sticks is definitely not similar... at my shop we sell the M2, M3, and the Mako top of the line one... there is a noticeable weight difference from the M3 to the Mako top of the line stick.

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