Elk Master Soft Cue Tips - 13mm - Each

Elk Master Soft Cue Tips - 13mm - Each

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Elk Master cue tips are produced with skilled workmanship using the finest proper material. They are manufactured by Tweeten Fibre in the USA (the same company who manufactures Master chalk). These cue tips are crafted from high quality mineral tanned leather which wears well and holds their shape. This Elk Master Cue Tip features:

  • Hardness: Soft
  • Available size: 13mm
  • Made with mineral tanned leather
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  • Spend 30 if it helps you shoot better if you need too

    Posted by Jon T Plunkett on Dec 4th 2018

    You can't beat these tips. Say something bad happens and it tears offer somebody licks it when you're not looking. Put a new one on. Not a big deal. Only bad thing is I wish it was like $25 so I could better. All kidding aside these pills are very good for the money grade A English

  • i have not used them yet, they fill good.

    Posted by aundra richardson on Jan 26th 2018

    will give them a try my first order.

  • Elk master soft 13 mm tips

    Posted by Larr6 on Jan 15th 2018

    Have these on my que and wanted them for replacements as well.

  • Be Careful

    Posted by Dubya on Dec 6th 2017

    The blue color appears to be chalk which flakes off onto the table. This does not work well with my tan felt. Beware if you do not have blue felt.

  • Tip quality

    Posted by Anthony Walsh on Nov 15th 2017

    The tip is good and soft and shapes easily. I can draw the cue ball with minmum effort. Great value for money.

  • Cue tips

    Posted by Donald on Jul 27th 2017

    The expensive tip may last a little longer but in the long run this is the best price.

  • 13 mm Ek Master Tips -- Excellent

    Posted by Gary on Jul 20th 2017

    I have tried LePro, Tiger, Triumph, and Elk Master cue tips. So far, I like Elk Master tips the best. Even though they are rated as a softer tip, the ones that I have received seem to be between soft and medium, but more towards medium hardness. They shape well to a dime radius, with some work, and seem to hold their shape for quite a while. I installed an Elk Master tip on my main playing cue 6 months ago. I use this same cue stick multiple days, several hours, per week, and I have only had to touch up the tip, back to a dime radius, three times in those 6 months. The tip works well for draw shots and various "English" shots.

  • Elk tip

    Posted by Elise on Apr 6th 2017

    Husband likes the softness of them but tend to mushroom to soon

  • best bang for buck

    Posted by Ivan on Feb 14th 2017

    I cut my Kamui black soft of to put an elk master milk dud on, which in my opinion outperforms the 22$ kamui tip by a huge margin. Kamui is a good tip while it was holding chalk...but after a few games and constantly chalking, the tip glazed badly, to the point where it wouldn't hold chalk...then you gotta re scuff it. Yes I know they have this special bs chalk they make for it...that costs only an arm and a leg and looks feels like your wife's lipstick when u put it on. Ff that... trust me do your self a favor and get an Elk Master tip. I prefer mine presse and it's finally given me a piece of mind and confidence behind my stroke every time. ..get one and be your own judge..