Take the next step in your game
November 6, 2013
I bought this a few weeks ago now and have played with it quite a bit. My first impression before actually shooting with it was that it was nice looking and I thought perhaps that's all it would be really good at- maybe not so much when it came down to actual play. I knew I was getting a stick that is much better than the house cues people use and certainly better than some production cues out there. I was rewarded with a nice smooth draw, straight shaft and nicely weighted butt. I chose the heaviest option here. The Le Pro tip works well on this stick- each strike of the cue ball produces a hearty 'thoomp' sound, so there's no loose joints or poorly glued parts. The leather wrap is smooth, it can tend to look like it has texture in these pictures but its flush and smooth to the rest of the piece. Very nice, well balanced and works like a charm. My game has improved quite a bit with this stick, the cost is just amazing and yes, it looks awesome. The turquoise inlays don't over dress the stick at all. I would buy another if I could, perhaps something darker and heavier if it were available.