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2014 Easton MAKO BBCOR Baseball Bat -3oz BB14MK
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2014 Easton MAKO BBCOR Baseball Bat -3oz BB14MK
Item#: BB14MK
Manufacturer: Easton
Was $449
    Reg: $434.95-$499.95
    Sale: $234.95 - $299.95
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Product SpecsProduct Info
Series:Mako
Deals:Closeout
Material:Composite
Length To Weight:Minus 3 Ounce
Barrel Diameter:2 5/8" Diameter Barrel
Model Year:2014
There is a newer version of the Easton Mako BBCOR Bat for 2015

 

Easton MAKO BBCOR Bat

Introducing the BBCOR Easton Mako bat - The Easton Mako is the fastest high school/college bat through the hitting zone, and gives you the most barrel and largest sweet spot throughout the zone. Easton has developed a new composite technology that increases the length of the barrel and reduces the MOI (moment of inertia), while increasing the speed of your swing. The new Mako BBCOR swings faster and more powerful than the S1 BBCOR (formerly the lightest Easton BBCOR bat). With Easton's new TCT Thermo Composite Technology, you get the biggest sweet spot ever in Easton, and bat speed that is unmatched by any other high school and college bat on the baseball field.

Bottom Line / Why It's a Best Seller

As of today, it could be the best BBCOR bat ever made. The TCT composite used in the handle and the barrel is Easton's newest, and best composite ever. Extremely balanced weight distribution. Truly a very large sweet spot. Easier to swing than the BBCOR S1 bat. Very little vibration. Worry free returns from CheapBats.com

BBCOR Easton Mako Bat Features:

  • TCT Thermo Composite Technology
  • Patented two-piece ConneXion technology maximizes energy transfer for optimized feel
  • 31/32" composite handle with performance diamond grip
  • 2 5/8 Diameter Barrel
  • Easton Model A111642
  • BBCOR Certified
  • 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty



  • Review by:
  • Pros: The bat has big barrel and fastest swing speed of any bat and help me hit most homers
  • Cons: None
  • 12 of 12 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 12 no0
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: My 33inches BBCOR swings slightly lighter than my 2012 33inches CF5 and has a slightly longer barrel. It has a slightly better pop than my CF5.
  • Cons: Expensive even with the above advantages.
  • 19 of 27 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 19 no8
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: This bat is as advertised, very similar to the S1 in bat speed with a longer barrel. Been using the S1 but just got the Mako and do like the longer barrel.
  • Cons: Mako not quite as balanced as the S1
  • 22 of 34 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 22 no12
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  • Pros: I was able to hit the new Mako bat today at my practice. First off the sweet spot was really big. I also noticed the feel of the bat was great, i felt no vibration in my hands. The hits felt like the feeling when you hit a home run and you can't even feel it when you hit the ball.
  • Cons: None
  • 16 of 24 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 16 no8
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    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: All I can say is wow. The pop off the bat is absolutely insane. It compares to the CF6, but I think the Mako sounds better and has a little better pop.
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  • 5 of 6 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 5 no1
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    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: There is a reason everyone ranks this bat 5 stars! I have never hit the ball so hard in my life as I did with this bat. No joke. This bat is out of control good.
  • Cons: Gets dirty because of the white color. Went through the grip pretty quickly.
  • 8 of 12 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 8 no4
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: Hot hot hot. I have a Mako and so does my little brother. No problems yet from either of them. Great pop and performance. No vibrates off the end of the bat at all.
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  • 4 of 4 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 4 no0
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: The Mako BBCOR bat is the best bat I have ever used. The balance and the pop is second to none. And that pretty much goes for all of the Easton BBCOR bats.
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  • 6 of 8 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 6 no2
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: So much pop! Light feel. No sting. Mako is perfect BBCOR.
  • Cons:
  • 4 of 5 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 4 no1
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  • Pros: Pros: Last year I was in 8th grade and used Xl1 -5 which was a great bat. This year since I'm a little small for a freshmen I tried using the S1 for the first half of the season, that was a decent bat but I found that if I didnt hit the ball off the sweet spot the ball would die. I got this bat and it was great. I went from hitting .120 in the first half with the S1 to .380 with the mako. This bat has a lot of pop for a bbcor and was a great in betweener because it had the balance of an S1 but the pop and forgiveness of the XL1 I would recommend this bat to anyone in high school regardless of strength, height, and weight.
  • Cons: The only thing I found was that since I'm a lefty it sort of messes up the grip of the bat because it separates the tape on the bottom. I retaped it and it was fine after that.
  • 2 of 2 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 2 no0
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  • Pros: The Easton Mako BBCOR baseball bat is the real deal. I hit with one at my JC for the last part of the year, and the sweet spot is huge. Much larger and more forgiving of a barrel than even the Easton S1 BBCOR.
  • Cons:
  • 7 of 12 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 7 no5
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  • Pros: Hits hard and far!! One of the smoothest hitting, easy swinging bat i have had!! Love it and will recommend to anybody who wants to purchase a great bat!!
  • Cons: None at all!!
  • 9 of 16 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 9 no7
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  • Pros: this bat is one of the best most balenced bats on the market it has a great feel and a very lite swing weight it gives you extra pop on every kind of hit and is great for line drive and power hitters and the grip has a great feel and you'll never feel sting with this bat
  • Cons: a bit pricy but you get what you pay for its a great bat
  • 1 of 1 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 1 no0
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  • Pros: Great feel , good pop , probably the best bat on the market
  • Cons: None if you don't mind the price
  • 1 of 1 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 1 no0
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: My son love that it has a balance feel with huge spot ! Right out of the box hit a ball over 335 ft. With 2 doubles and a triple . Thanks cheap bats for great service and fast delivery !
  • Cons: None
  • 1 of 1 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 1 no0
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: not going to be that dad, that's says my son just got and hit 3 hr's in a game. however the bat is everything they advertise. my son 15 is a line drive gap hitter typically. the ball fly's off the bat through the infield and good carry into the outfield. single hitters will still have balls die if hit higher into the air. also has a large sweet spot.
  • Cons: didn't have a hard time getting the bat on sale but $450.00 is steep for any bat
  • 0 of 0 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 0 no0
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  • Pros: this is by far the best bat ive ever used its amazing with great pop and duribility ive ripped so many with it my whole team uses it i rip it every time with this bat i tell all my friends and teammates to buy anything for baseball form this website there cheap with amazing quality products
  • Cons: NOTHING
  • 7 of 14 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 7 no7
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  • Pros: Looks great, feels great off the bat, awesome!
  • Cons: Pricy! If you have the money, its an awesome bat, but if not, i suggest buying an XL1, it has a bigger barrel, and nearly the same swing speed.
  • 2 of 6 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 2 no4
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  • Pros: This bat is amazing i deffinantly recommend this bat to anyone thats looking for a great bat to improve their game. I got this bat two weeks ago and was hitting with it at my indoor practice. Immediately i felt how great the ball came off the bat and i didnt even have to break it in thats how amazing the bat is.
  • Cons: None except the price
  • 2 of 7 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 2 no5
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  • Pros: Best BBCOR bat ever made by Easton. They really out did themselves this time. I am able to swing much more fluent than previous Power Brigade model years. And it has the best bat graphics of the year!
  • Cons: Why would there be any?
  • 4 of 11 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 4 no7
  • Review by:
  • Pros: Has great pop!! Hits hard and far!! Hope the Easton bats are all like this in the future.
  • Cons:
  • 5 of 14 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 5 no9
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  • Pros: I like the easton mako.
  • Cons: I dont like that you dont have the 32/29 easton mako in stock
  • 1 of 7 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 1 no6
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  • Pros: Full count, the bases are loaded, winning run on third. This is the type of situation every person wants to be in. All that is left is to be the hero Do not hope for one, Mako one.
  • Cons: NONE
  • 2 of 40 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 2 no38



  • Any chance that you have any 32" size left in the store?
  • Asked by Libby THomas on Monday 06 October, 2014
  • We just have 33 inch and 34 inch remaining in stock.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • Do you still have the mako in the 32/29 size?
  • Asked by Liam on Friday 01 August, 2014
  • If you search BB14MK in our search products section of our website it will take you to the 2014 Easton BBCOR Mako. Under available options on the BBCOR Mako page you will be able to selected the sizes of 32"/29oz., 33"/30oz. and 34"/31oz. which are currently available today August 1, 2014. Selected the size intended and click add to cart and proceed with checkout. We do recommend creating an account to allow yourself to track your orders progress and order history.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • are the bbcor bats allowed in little league play
  • Asked by brian on Tuesday 17 June, 2014
  • BBCOR bats are NOT allowed in Little League divisions of Majors, Minor A, Minor B, Minor C, or T-Ball. The BBCOR bats are allowed in Junior Little League and Senior Little League.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • When should the 32/29 easton mako be backin stock
  • Asked by Ryan on Thursday 05 June, 2014
  • We will not be receiving anymore in stock as the 2015 model is on the verge of release.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • i meant when will the 4014 easton mako be back in stock and if it want then why is it not going to be back in stock
  • Asked by ryan on Thursday 05 June, 2014
  • We will not be receiving anymore of the 2014 Mako's in stock as the new 2015 models are expected to arrive to our facility in the next month.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • When will the 2015 Mako Torque be in stock? How is it different than the Mako here?
  • Asked by Hank on Friday 23 May, 2014
  • We are currently not allowed by Easton to talk about the possibility of a 2015 Easton Mako, or what revolutionary feature it may or may not have. We will be able to give you more details in August, 2014.
  • Answered by Brad M. - Bat Expert
  • how balanced is the bt
  • Asked by Eric on Friday 28 March, 2014
  • This is Easton's most balanced BBCOR bat.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I need to see a good hitters using this bat, not just anybody $450 is a lot of money, not impressed with demo hitters ( I didn't see bat head explosion through the zone, or good head down technique )
  • Asked by J J on Tuesday 07 January, 2014
  • We are not sure what your question is but would be more than happy to help you.
  • Answered by Kevin Bat Expert
  • How would the preformance of this bat compare to the rip it bbcor air elite? Pop? Swing speed?
  • Asked by bh on Wednesday 18 December, 2013
  • Performance wise the Easton Mako will be a top performer for BBCOR approved bats. The Mako will be an all composite bat that is balanced compared to the Air Elite which has more of the aluminum feel and is a little more top heavy compared to the Mako.
  • Answered by Kevin Bat Expert
  • Is the mako bbcor bat recommended for a player just starting to swing bbcor bats, and if not what bat is recommended?
  • Asked by Gabe on Tuesday 17 September, 2013
  • The BBCOR Mako is absolutely perfect for a player who is just entering the BBCOR world. The balance of the Mako makes the bat very easy to swing, and the new composite material allowed Easton to make the barrel just as large as their XL1 BBCOR barrel.
  • Answered by Brad M. - Bat Expert
  • Playing in Colorado in the spring it's often in the sub-60 degree temps. Will the Mako hold up, given that it is all composite?
  • Asked by Mike G. on Wednesday 07 August, 2013
  • I personally have never had a problem with bat durability in cold weather, but the official Easton warranty card that comes inside the plastic shrink wrap of the MAKO gives the following warning to customers: "Warning: Avoid using your bat in cold weather. Temperatures below 60 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius) increase the hardness of the balls significantly."
  • Answered by Brad M. - Bat Expert
  • I can generally tell how I like a bat by the sound, is the MAKO a bat the makes a ping sound or is it a comparable sound to the BESR Stealths that kind of sounded like wood?
  • Asked by Hunter on Saturday 03 August, 2013
  • The sound of the BBCOR Easton Mako is a mixture of a composite sound and a wood bat sound. It has the "crack" of a wood bat sound, but louder.
  • Answered by Corey
  • How would you guys compare this bat to the 2014 Rip-It Air Elite BBCOR bat?
  • Asked by Andrew on Wednesday 07 August, 2013
  • Because the 2014 Rip It Air Elite Bat is not yet released (as of August 7th, 2013), we can only directly compare both of these baseball bats on paper. Both of the bats are governed by the BBCOR standard, meaning they have a performance limit, however, the balance/end load combined with the size of the hitting area (sweet spot) is what really counts. Both of these bats have a balanced swing weight, which allows the bat to be swung faster. The Mako uses a composite handle and composite barrel, while the Rip It Air Elite uses a composite handle and aluminum barrel. The Mako would seem to have an advantage when it comes to the size of the sweet spot, as composite barrels are usually able to be manufactured in a way to make the sweet spot larger, and still keep the weight low. We will be sure to post videos and reviews of the Air Elite BBCOR when we receive them in stock.
  • Answered by Brad M. - Bat Expert
  • Is the Mako true to weight? The XL1, S1, Omens, etc. have all been heavier than labeled.
  • Asked by TD on Wednesday 07 August, 2013
  • Great question! I just pulled out my digital scale and threw a 32"/29 ounce Mako on it. The bat weighed exactly 31.35 ounces including the grip. Without the grip, this bat weighed 30.68 ounces, exactly 1.68 ounces overweight. Note: This is not uncommon. Bats are rarely the exact weight the manufacturer lists.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert
  • I placed a pre order for the new Mako BBCOR 2014 bat. When will my bat ship and arrive?
  • Asked by Chris on Tuesday 06 August, 2013
  • All of the 2014 Easton Baseball Bats in the Mako series will ship on August 29th. for delivery on August 30th., 2013.
  • Answered by Brad M. - Bat Expert
  • Will the BBCOR Easton Mako drop in price or go on sale any time soon?
  • Asked by Brad on Monday 05 August, 2013
  • The Easton Mako bats will not go on sale in the foreseeable future, if at all.
  • Answered by Kyle
  • Is the BBCOR Mako balanced? Will it have more pop than the S1 and the XL1?
  • Asked by Allen on Monday 05 August, 2013
  • The 2014 Mako BBCOR from Easton is a balanced bat. BBCOR limits the performance, however, the sweet spot is very large so one may feel the bat has more "pop" because of the added hitting area.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert
  • Is the 2014 Mako better than the 2014 Easton S1 BBCOR? Have you had a chance to try them out yet?
  • Asked by JD on Thursday 01 August, 2013
  • While we HAVE swung the new Easton Mako BBCOR, we have not had a chance to swing the 2014 Easton S1 BBCOR bat just yet (as of August 1st, 2013), so we can't say how the 2014 BBCOR Mako compares to the 2014 BBCOR S1 bat. If you compare the new Easton Mako bats to the 2013 S1 BBCOR bat, the 2014 Mako blows that bat out of the water (in my opinion). The balance and control of the Mako is about as perfect as I have ever swung. Easton is not exaggerating when they say the sweet spot is huge, it is the largest sweetspot I have ever used on a BBCOR bat.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert







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