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03-05-2014, 10:58 PM
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Just used my new Easton Mako M5 II for the first time. 75 flex, Iginila Curve. This is the first stick I've used that felt right flex wise. I've been through a Bauer APX2 77 flex that I cut down an inch that ended up being too stiff (still usable, but just a hair too stiff for me) and an Easton Mako II Intermediate 65 flex that felt like a twig in my hands. It was too thin, too whippy, and too light.

The M5 feels much better weight wise to me, a touch heavier than the Mako II which I like. The flex just feels right as well. I can't describe it any better than that. Took a few shots to get used to the Iginla curve coming from the Bauer P92 and Easton E28 but I think I'm going to like it.

Decided to make the purchase because hockey giant was taking an additional 20% off Easton sticks that day, so I figured why not. Glad I went for it.

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