Kamui Black Clear Laminated Leather Tips - Hard

Kamui Black Clear Laminated Leather Tips - Hard

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$28.95 $24.00
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Masterfully crafted in Japan, Kamui Clear Black Tips are now more durable and offer even more reliability than any other tip in the industry. The Kamui Clear Black Tip is designed much like the Kamui Black Cue Tip but with several improvements. Ten Layers of specially selected pig skins are optimized for maximum humidity resistance and porosity, ensuring your cue tip will keep a more constant shape, elasticity, and chalk absorption. Also, huge developments were made in the flatness of the bottom layers and how those layers take on adhesives; this makes installation a breeze! With these new advancements, a better bond is created between your cue and tip making them play as one in perfect harmony. For enhanced cue performance and maximum English your decision should be clear. Upgrade your tip to a Kamui Clear Cue Tip today!

  • Hardness: Hard
  • Achieve further consistency by limting the glue absorbed into the bottom layers of the tip
  • No sanding of the bottom layer is needed
  • Easy installation due to the flat surface of the glue side
  • Minimal amount of glue guarantees a perfectly aligned installation to achieve the designed tip and cue performance
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  • Kamui laminated tips are the only tips I use

    Posted by Glenn S Brines on Sep 2nd 2017

    I've tried several laminated tips kamui outlast the others I've tried, plus with the plastic end makes gluing easy. I gave 4 instead of 5 stars only because I wish they came in assorted sizes.

  • Hits Great!!!

    Posted by Paul on Apr 8th 2014

    I no longer have to shop around for a tip. This tip hits with a purpose. There is nothing else like it! I would absolutely recommend these tips to anyone who shoots with a hard tip.

  • Different look

    Posted by Allen on Jan 24th 2014

    I was told going from a medium tip to a Hard tip would make it more difficult to use English. I would agree that yes it has but only slightly. I would recommend trying the hard tip for the simple fact that there's less maintenance.