- -9 Length to Weight Ratio
- 2 5/8 Inch Barrel Diameter
- Lower M.O.I Means FASTER Swing Speed
- Patented ConneXion Technology Reduces Vibration
- TCT Thermo Composite for Massive Sweet Spot and Unmatched Bat Speed
- Twelve (12) Month Manufacture's Warranty
- Two-Piece Fully Composite Design
- Ultra-Thin 29/32 Inch Handle with Performance Diamond Grip
based on 6 ratings. 6 user reviews.
New for 2014! The wait is finally over for the next big bat to hit the market! The new two-piece, composite Easton MAKO provides elite players with the edge they've been waiting for! The MAKO concept is simple: swing the fastest bat, with the biggest barrel. This allows youth baseball players to produce power unlike ever before! One of the secrets behind the MAKO's success is Easton's new TCT Thermo Composite Technology. It's engineered to provide top-notch players two major benefits: unmatched bat speed and a massive sweet spot. There's no doubt the MAKO's made to enhance performance! To provide baseball players with a world-class feel, Easton included their popular ConneXion technology and performance diamond grip. No energy is wasted and every hit feels as smooth as butter. Easton: Engineered for Glory! The Easton MAKO features the new USSSA 1.15 BPF Stamp and is also backed by a Twelve (12) Month Manufacturer's Warranty. Free Shipping!
6 Product ReviewsReview This Bat
by The Sherrif - Jan 16, 2014
Pros: Huge barrel, light swing weight, tons of pop and no vibration at all
Cons: The price, but you get what u pay for
by Fernando Garza - Feb 19, 2014
Pros: My son plays 11u elite ball he is about 5'4" and weight 130lbs, I bought him the 32/23 Mako and he loves it. The first batting practice he used it he hit one off the fence and one over the fence. All the kids on the team were checking out the bat after practice.
Cons: None yet, just used it for one practice so far.
by George Mayer - Feb 07, 2014
Pros: Low MOI, longer barrel. My nephew's 31 - 22 feels lighter than his CF5 30 - 20. Everyone that tries it, loves it.
Cons: Price, availability.
by Wilson ball glove fan - Feb 19, 2014
Pros: Nice pop not broken in yet and already hitting them all deep
by B-man - Feb 23, 2014
Pros: I'm 8 and got the 27/17 and it swings great. It has a lot of pop. I really like the grip. love the sound it makes when you hit.
Cons: wish it wasnt white so it didnt show all the dings and dirt. Cost a lot
by Zoey - Jan 19, 2014
Pros: This bat is amazing I can hit with it a lot better then my old bat
Cons: Bat is amazing
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What is the difference between the MAKO that is a 2 3/4" Senior League bat and the 2 5/8" barrel bat?
Asked by mike on Mar 07, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) and the 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MKB) both use the same composite materials. The barrel size and the drop are the only differences between the two bats.
· Mar 07, 2014
Is this bat legal for Dixie Ozone Division 11-12 year olds?
Asked by buck on Mar 05, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League meets all the requirements for Dixie 'O' Zone Division and is legal for play. It features the USSSA 1.15 BPF stamp and has a 2 5/8" barrel.
· Mar 05, 2014
Is this bat legal for Dixie Youth Ranger division?
Asked by D on Mar 01, 2014
This 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League bat is not approved for Dixie Baseball. Any bat that has a 2 5/8" composite barrel must be a BBCOR certified model with a -3 length to weight ratio.
· Mar 01, 2014
What size is legal for travel ball? Not sure if it changed.
Asked by V on Feb 28, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) is approved for play in USSSA. USSSA allows the 2 5/8" and 2 3/4" barrel as long as the bat is stamped on the taper with the "USSSA BPF 1.15."
· Feb 28, 2014
I'm 5'6" and weigh 115 lbs. What size bat should I get?
Asked by Matty on Feb 24, 2014
Based on your height and weight we recommend a 31" 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9).
· Feb 24, 2014
My 12 year old son is 5 foot 8 and 160 pounds. He is more of a power hitter. I don't want to go too end loaded and lose too much swing speed. I am seeing all the hype on the Easton MAKO and the DeMarini CF6. Is either of these a good choice for him? Would there be a better option since these two are pretty balanced? Does either deliver enough mass for the power hitter?
Asked by Nichojr on Feb 24, 2014Answer Question
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) and the 2014 DeMarini CF6 (DXCFR) are both quality, two piece composite bats. These bats would be capable of batted ball speeds that would benefit a power hitter. In general, power hitters tend to prefer a stiffer flex that a one piece design would provide. Two piece designs offer more flex that can create control problems for players who generate higher bat head speeds.
· Feb 24, 2014
When do you think you will have the 31" model back in stock?
Asked by G on Feb 23, 2014
We do not have an exact arrival date for the 31" model 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League. Typically, out of stock items take 2-4 weeks to be back in stock.
· Feb 23, 2014
My son, who is 5ft tall and weighs 90 lbs, is moving up to Bronco this Spring. I recently purchased a 2014 Easton MAKO: YB14MK Youth 31" 20oz for him. He's been practicing with it and loves it. Would like to get him a wide barrel, 2 5/8" diameter. What model do you recommend for this switch? Should we go with the shorter but heavier 30" 21oz model?
Asked by baseballmom88 on Feb 23, 2014
We would actually recommend using the 30" in the 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League. However, if he is comfortable with a 31" then you can certainly stick with that.
· Feb 23, 2014
What leagues are this bat legal for? Please list them.
Asked by k on Feb 20, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 is legal in USSSA 14U, Pony League and travel leagues. There are some local leagues that allow 2 5/8" composite barrels as well. We always recommend checking with your local league official for exact rules in your league.
· Feb 21, 2014
Is this bat eligible for Little League Junior's Division for 13-14 year olds?
Asked by meganbuzbee on Feb 16, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 Senior League would not be legal for the Junior Division of Little League. This division requires all composite barreled bats to be certified for BBCOR.
· Feb 16, 2014
I am 12 years old, and I am in a PONY baseball league. I am wondering if this bat would work for me.
Asked by ryandodgers22 on Feb 08, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO: (SL14MK9) Senior League bat is approved for play in PONY baseball with the 2 5/8" barrel diameter. If you like a very balanced two-piece bat, it's tough to find a better bat than the MAKO.
· Feb 08, 2014
My son is using a 29" 19 oz Easton S3. We are looking at the MAKO -9. What would you recommend? He is 5' 80 lbs and is the lead off hitter.
Asked by Chuck on Feb 08, 2014
Based on his height and weight, we suggest a 30" model in the 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League.
· Feb 08, 2014
Is the MAKO SL14MK9 USSSA approved? My son is 10U weighs 105 lbs. 4'8" and #3 hitter. What size would you recommend? -9 or -10? 30" or 31". He is currently swinging a CF5 -10 30" 20 oz.
Asked by Hype Baseball on Feb 04, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) is USSSA approved. Based on his height and weight we recommend a 30" bat. If he has quick bat speed, the -9 would be a great option.
· Feb 05, 2014
my daughtet is 9 years old she is 4 11 and 80 lbs what size bat would be the best for her.
Asked by softball bat on Feb 04, 2014
Given your daughters height and weight, I would suggest a 31" softball bat. The weight you should use is based off personal preference but a -10 or -12 would be common options for that size.
· Feb 04, 2014
Is the barrel of the -9 MAKO longer than the -10 MAKO?
Asked by Coach Zack on Feb 03, 2014
Yes. In a side-by-side comparison between the 2014 Easton MAKO: (SL14MK9) Senior League and (SL14MKB) in the same length, the (SL14MK9) has a slightly longer barrel. The difference is approximately 1/4", and I wouldn't consider that a major difference in the sweet spot sizes they offer.
· Feb 03, 2014
My son is 5'0 and 88 lbs. What size bat should he using?
Asked by Andy on Feb 02, 2014
He should be swinging a 30" 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 Senior League bat. If the 30" 21 oz. is too heavy try a 30" 20 oz. -10.
· Feb 02, 2014
My son is 13, 5'6" and 110 lbs. What size and weight should he get? He is also more of a contact hitter rather that a power hitter.
Asked by Andrew on Jan 26, 2014
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 31" 22 ozmodel in the 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League.
· Jan 26, 2014
According to Babe Ruth rules it looks like composite barrel bats must have the bbcor .50 stamp on it. Does the USSSA 1.15 stamp BPF make it legal?
Asked by Mike on Jan 24, 2014
The 2014 Easton Mako would be not be legal in Babe Ruth leagues since it does not have the BBCOR .50 BPF stamp. Here are the requirements a composite bat would need to meet in order to be legal for Babe Ruth play. http://www.justbats.com/bat-resource-guide/frequently-asked-questions/adult/
· Jan 24, 2014
My son is going to be a U13 player. He loves his Easton S2. He is 5' 8" and 131 pounds. What length should I get him? Also, will he do well with this as he is both a contact and power hitter?
Asked by kel on Jan 14, 2014
For a player his size, we recommend the 32" model of the 2014 Easton MAKO: (SL14MK9) Senior League. The MAKO is the most balanced bat in the Easton product line and will help him achieve higher swing speeds. This design is a great option for a contact hitter who can occasionally hit for power. If he liked the S2, the MAKO should be a solid choice that offers a lighter swing weight and larger sweet spot.
· Jan 14, 2014
Do you currently have the SL14MK9, 31" 22 oz. currently in stock?
Asked by Paul on Jan 13, 2014
We have the 31" 22 oz. 2014 Easton MAKO(SL14MK9) in stock.
· Jan 13, 2014
My son is 12, 5'3, and weighs 120 lbs. What size bat should I be looking at for him?
Asked by angie on Jan 10, 2014
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 31" 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9).
· Jan 10, 2014
Is the Mako approved for the intermediate/junior division of Little League? (I see the bpf silk screen, but nothing re bbcor)
Asked by JT on Jan 07, 2014
For the Intermediate and Junior levels of Little League, composite bats must be BBCOR certified. The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) is not BBCOR certified is and would not be approved for these divisions. All BBCOR certified bats are a -3.
· Jan 07, 2014
I am assuming that there will be a break-in period since it is a composite bat. If so, what is the recommended swings/hits?
Asked by chuck on Jan 05, 2014
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League does require a break-in period. The suggested break-in period is 150-200 swings off a tee while rotating the barrel. For more information on break-in check out http://www.justbats.com/blog/index.php/3789/breaking-in-your-composite-baseball-bat/
· Jan 05, 2014
My son currently uses a 27" 17 oz. -10 Easton Rival. We are trying to decide between the S1 or MAKO as well as the length. One coach says 28 but another coach says 29. My son is 4'6" and weighs about 70 lbs. What length and what are your opinions on the bats?
Asked by Baseballfambam on Jan 04, 2014
Based on his height and weight, we suggest a 29" bat. The Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League is a two-piece fully composite bat with a balanced swing weight. The MAKO has Easton's new TCT Thermo Composite for a massive sweet spot and faster swing speeds. The 2014 Easton S1 (SL14S110) Senior League is a two-piece fully composite design with a balanced swing weight. It has an IMX composite barrel and a SIC black carbon composite handle.
· Jan 04, 2014
What size should a 10 year old swing? He is 100 lbs and about 5' tall.
Asked by Jim on Dec 29, 2013
Based on his height and weight, we recommend a 30" model in the 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League.
· Dec 29, 2013
Would this bat reconsidered an end loaded bat or a balanced bat?
Asked by chuck on Dec 28, 2013
Even though the 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 Senior League has an extended barrel length and -9 length to weight ratio, the TCT composite material it is made from gives it a very balanced swing weight. It is the most balanced bat in the 2014 Easton product line.
· Dec 28, 2013
Is this bat legal for Pony League (Mustang and Bronco)?
Asked by G on Dec 26, 2013
Yes, the 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 Senior League is legal for play in the Pony League. It meets the maximum barrel requirement of 2 5/8" barrel diameter.
· Dec 26, 2013
I see this bat is not eligible for Babe Ruth. However is it eligible for Little Leagues Senior Division?
Asked by Scott on Dec 19, 2013
The 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 Senior League is not legal for Babe Ruth or Little League Senior Division. Both of those leagues require all composite barrel bats to be BBCOR certified.
· Dec 19, 2013
New technology 2014 . Obviously a better value to by 2013. With that in mind how would the new MAKO compare to the S1 as far as pop?
Asked by Liana on Dec 17, 2013
The 2014 Easton MAKO: SL14MK9 Senior League and the Easton S1 both use top of the line composite materials, for great pop. The TCT Thermo Composite used in the MAKO allows for a bigger sweet spot, with a balanced feel.
· Dec 17, 2013
Looking at the description, I am assuming this is a fully composite bat and is not legal for 13 year old Babe Ruth League. Is that correct?
Asked by ty on Dec 17, 2013
The 2014 Easton MAKO (SL14MK9) Senior League is a two-piece fully composite design and is not legal for play in the 13 years old division Babe Ruth League. Composite bats for the 13 years old division require the BBCOR .50 certification stamp.
· Dec 17, 2013
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