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Easton Youth Bats

2014 Easton MAKO Youth Baseball Bat -11oz YB14MK
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2014 Easton MAKO Youth Baseball Bat -11oz YB14MK
Item#: YB14MK
Manufacturer: Easton
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    Reg: $299.95
    Sale: $279.95
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Series:MakoMaterial:CompositeLength To Weight:Minus 11 OunceBarrel Diameter:2 1/4" Diameter BarrelModel Year:2014

2014 Easton MAKO Youth Baseball Bat

Introducing the Easton MAKO - THE FASTEST bat through the zone, with THE MOST barrel in the zone. The MAKO comes equipped with the new TCT Thermo Composite Technology which gives this baseball bat increased barrel length, a massive sweet spot, reduced MOI, and increased swing speed. 

Easton has taken the composite bat building science to the next level of SPEED with the all new Youth Easton Mako bat. The new Mako is the most perfectly balanced youth bat Easton has ever produced. A newly designed, and difficult to manufacture composite technology has been used to build Easton's new Mako bats. Not only were they able to increase the swing speed for the Mako youth bat, Easton was able to increase the size of the sweet spot. This translates to you hitting the baseball farther than ever before. A bigger barrel and a quicker swing. The Easton Mako of the fastest baseball bat in the game.

Easton Mako Bat Youth Baseball Approved For Stamps

Youth Mako Bat Features:

  • TCT Thermo Composite Technology
  • Patented two-piece ConneXion™ technology maximizes energy transfer for optimized feel
  • 29/32" composite handle with performance diamond grip
  • 2 1/4" Diameter Barrel
  • Easton Model A112762
  • Approved for play in Little League, Babe Ruth, Dixie, Pony, AABC, and comes with the new USSSA 1.15 BPF Stamp
  • One Year Manufacturer's Warranty

Why It's A Best Seller:

Easton is using a new technology, the TCT composite, which gives the Mako a bigger sweet spot than their other composite bats. The barrel is bigger and longer than other bats, but is still balanced and easy to swing. This bat was the most popular model at the 2013 Little League World Series, and it received a ton of air time on TV.

  • Review by:
  • Pros: I like that it has the long barrel but the new composite is really nice
  • Cons: I don't like the grip because like its not cushioned very well but that takes away the heaviness
  • 21 of 21 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 21 no0
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  • Pros: The one thing that surprised me was the light weight feel of the bat, along with the large barrel size. Whatever Easton did to make this new composite for the bat, it really is the future of bats. My son is getting much better swings in, as well as better at bats all around, simply because of the way the youth Mako bat is balanced. The grip is thin, but still cushioned enough, he has never complained of any vibration from the bat. I am glad I made the investment in this bat because it has given my boy confidence at the plate. Baseball should be about having fun, and he is having more fun than ever.
  • Cons: The white on the grip gets dirty.
  • 16 of 17 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 16 no1
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    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: Bought this bat for my child a few weeks ago (didn't think cheapbats really had the bat) received it in 2 days for my son's birthday. We took it out to batting practice the day he opened it and is getting probably 10 more feet with this bat and it is right out of the wrapper.
  • Cons: Season cannot come soon enough
  • 17 of 20 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 17 no3
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  • Pros: This is the best bat at the little league world series. My team is sponsored so we have the new mako. Best bats ever made.
  • Cons:
  • 26 of 40 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 26 no14
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: I can tell really easily how big the sweet spot is compared to the 2014 S1. had it in stock which was nice! I even got it a day earlier than expected.
  • Cons: None
  • 11 of 12 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 11 no1
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  • Pros: There is a reason almost every kid is using the Mako or XL1 at the Little League World Series. Best bats ever.
  • Cons:
  • 16 of 25 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 16 no9
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  • Pros: I bought this bat on 10/20/2013 for my 10 year son (70 lbs) who plays 11U Travel Baseball. He used this bat in tournament on October 26-27 and went 8 for 14 (.571 Batting Avg) with 3 doubles...even his outs were line drives. He has used Big Barrels in the past and this bat has definitely improved his bat speed. I recommend this bat to any player that are contact hitters that need a little more pop to hit it in the gaps and through the infield.
  • Cons: Pricey...but worth every penny!
  • 6 of 7 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 6 no1
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  • Pros: This bat was the greatest in the little leauge world series.I took swings with it and it was great.I highly recommend this product.The barrel size is great with an awesome swing speed.Get this bat and you will see results.
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  • 5 of 7 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 5 no2
  • Review by:
    Verified Purchaser
  • Pros: awesome bat, incredible "pop", Easton at it's finest
  • Cons: Have not found any as of yet
  • 2 of 2 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 2 no0
  • Review by:
  • Pros: Awesome bat, big barrel, feels light, great pop off the bat
  • Cons: Pricy, if you have the money, definitely get it. HOWEVER, if you are looking for a nearly just as good bat thats not as much money, the Easton XL1 has the same size barrel, and only a fraction of a second slower swing speed.
  • 5 of 9 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 5 no4
  • Review by:
  • Pros: Best bat in the world.
  • Cons: Little to pricey
  • 9 of 37 found this review helpful.
  • Was this review helpful? yes 9 no28

  • If I buy this bat as a gift for Christmas will you deliver it in an unmarked box so my son won't know what it is?
  • Asked by Judy on Monday 02 December, 2013
  • Due to our Free 2nd Day Air shipping, this bat ships in a bat box to keep our shipping fees as low. The bat box is brown, and approximately 33" x 3" x 3" in dimension.
  • Answered by Kevin (Customer Service)
  • I don't see the 32/21 available for Pre Order, why is it missing?
  • Asked by Martin on Thursday 05 September, 2013
  • Easton is having a difficult time making this bat in a 32"/21 ounce version. Our initial order in the 32" youth Mako has been delayed until the end of the year, possibly later. Until we have a solid date for arrival in the 32", we are not going to offer that particular size for Pre Order.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert
  • When will you have more 30 inch Easton Mako bats in stock?
  • Asked by Troy on Thursday 22 August, 2013
  • As of today, Easton is telling us either late September or early October, 2013.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert
  • If I am not a predator, what am I? ;)
  • Asked by Jessie on Friday 16 August, 2013
  • Jessie, you are awesome! Check out the video above with Easton Pro, Bryan Kaye, and you'll find out what happens if you're not a predator using the new youth Mako.
  • Answered by Derek
  • Which 2014 bat has a bigger barrel the mako or xl1, and which has more pop?
  • Asked by stix on Tuesday 13 August, 2013
  • The XL1 and Mako youth bats have almost exactly the same size barrel. So the Mako advantage in the 2 1/4" diameter barrel youth bat is going to be the minus 11 ounce length to weight ratio instead of the minus 10 ounce length to weight ratio that the XL1 has. This means the Mako is lighter and more balanced.
  • Answered by Mike P. - Bat Expert
  • Does this bat need to be broken in or is it ready for play as soon as it arrives? Thank you.
  • Asked by roy on Thursday 08 August, 2013
  • The 2014 MAKO Easton youth bat is hot out of the wrapper. With the rules now in place in Little League and USSSA regarding ball exit speed, breaking in a bat is much less of a factor now than it was a few years ago when it comes to performance. A composite bat will always break in a little bit, simply because the physical property of material will naturally wear down with use, however, the rule changes of the past few years mandate that the ball exit speed not be exceeded over the life of the bat. Prior to the recent rule changes, bats were tested only at the beginning of their life cycle.
  • Answered by Derek L. - Youth Bat Expert
  • Is the new, small barrel youth Easton Mako USSSA approved?
  • Asked by Peter on Monday 05 August, 2013
  • Yes, the new Youth Easton Mako Bat is approved for USSSA play and has the new thumb print stamp on the baseball bat.
  • Answered by Derek L. - Youth Bat Expert

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