These fiberglass wrapped over maple cues produce the smoothest and most consistent hits in the industry today. Northern Michigan Hard rock maple, hand cut and selected from true-built USA. Nylon/fibre threaded ferrule
Fiberglass over Maple
Beautiful Team Colors and Logo's
Highest Quality Insures Durability
Nylon/fibre threaded ferrule
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POOL CUEJan 08, 2013
By gavensnanna This pool stick was as pictured, but was a little disappointed to send a "nice" pool cue without some type of case which is normally accompanied by a pool stick when purchased.
Not too impressed...Jul 07, 2010
By AUMAN It has a Cardinals logo on it but it is not very obvious. It functions and there are not a lot of options out there for a pool stick with the Cardinals logo, so if you really want the logo it is not a bad purchase. Still, I wish we had been able to find a more attractive stick.
flippin tipsMar 12, 2010
By Alan E. Mcclain Cue is great. Factory glue for the cue tip might be subgrade. Tip came off on the break within a week. Easy enough to re-tip. Works great. No bows or warps. If you're a cardinals fan you'll buy it anyway. I did.
$22 was too much. $80? No Way!Oct 24, 2009
Got 2. Both had a taper roll. Tips are unusable- garbage. I replaced the tip with a good one- but the hit was unbearable due to vibration generated. I play a lot- for 20 years and thought I might of got a deal on something comparable to a house cue. Wrong! On a side note a friend new to the game was happy to take them off my hands vs. me returning to Amazon. He saws he likes them... Important info here is that these were on clearance for $22
Not a 1 piece cueJan 03, 2007
By B. Valentine
"I am out to prove I have nothing to prove!"
The cue is actually good quality and the logo is great. Nice weight if you like a heavier cue and the balance is good.
I have always used a wood cue, so the fiberglass/wood core cue was new to me. It does have a different feel from standard wood cues (it feels colder for some reason if that makes any sense) but is quite smooth.
One note: it is a two piece cue not a 1 piece cue as advertized, screws together in the middle.