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Easton 2014 Mako Comp Youth (-11) Baseball Bats
Easton 2014 Mako Comp Youth Baseball Bat
Fastest Bat Through The Zone, With The Most Barrel In The Zone
The Easton Mako Youth baseball bat features TCT Thermo Composite Technology
that increases barrel length while reducing MOI and increasing swing speed.
It's part of the Power Brigade for a reason, and you'll do more than connect
with it. You'll fall in love with its ball-bashing ways.
this bat comes practically hot out of the rapper!
This is the best bat you can get for this size and age. Great bat for great price well worth it!!
July 6, 2014
First hit with this bat was a home run, Second hit was ground rule double. Son loves it . Not a power hitter, but has 4 home runs with this bat in last 7 games.
June 23, 2014
Looks great - weight not accurate
I bought a 30' 19 oz bat for my 10 year old boy. After he swung it a few times he said it felt heavy so I weighed it on a very expensive and accurate lab scale. It weighed 20.8 oz's ! I know most bats are a little bit heavier than listed but 1.8oz's is way out of line, especially when you consider the price for this bat.
June 23, 2014
Smooth but powerful
This review is in the early stages of ownership, as we will see how long the bat life is. As of now we are very pleased with the Mako. Balanced and very powerful - ball comes off the face much quicker than the (2013) XL1(and to be forthcoming, we haven't hit the 2014 XL1).
All of our bats have been in the Easton family (producing one state championship and a state runner up). Started out with the S1, then the XL1 30 drop 10 (which was a great bat as well with exception of having a life less than 5 months).
My son is now 12 yrs old and entering his last year of LL. Grew a few inches and we were stuck with decision to purchase another XL1 30 drop 10 or add the extra inch (and pay the extra $ for the Mako) (since a drop 3 will be his next bat come next season).
The bat travels quick through the strike zone, and the extra inch is generating additional power over the plate. In his words "I love this bat"...and with good reason, he's doubled up his teammates in home runs hit in practice so far.
Bat life at this point is my only concern....tbd.
March 24, 2014