Rage Cue - Teal Kandy - RG87

Rage Cue - Teal Kandy - RG87

  • SKU: RG87
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$68.99
SKU:
RG87
Availability:
Usually ships the next business day
buy-box:
cues-standard
nofreecase:
no
noembroider:
no
Color:
Blue
Size:
58 In.
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Rage pool cues are the best buy for an economy pool cue on the market. You will not find another pool stick on the market that is 100% maple at these prices. This billiard cue features:

  • Teal Kandy design on butt and forearm
  • 13mm tip
  • Implex joint with 5/16 x 18 pin
  • No wrap
  • Natural maple shaft
  • 58" Length cue
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  • Cue for new user
    4

    Posted by Sue on Aug 4th 2014

    We bought this cue for our soon to 10 year old granddaughter. She got to pick it out and likes it alot. She has not used it as yet, since she has to wait for her birthday, so we don't know how this will perform for her. Nice cue for a good price.

  • Rage - Teal Kandy
    5

    Posted by Lori Huber on Aug 1st 2012

    This was my husbands birthday and present. He loved it and it worked wonderfully for him.

  • great stick
    5

    Posted by Curt on Oct 4th 2011

    bought this to use in league play works real well for my skill level. well worth the cost. would recommend upgrading the tip i got the le pro after 3 weeks it mushroomed. already need to replace it.

  • It's the STICK!!
    5

    Posted by Vicki Lake on Sep 27th 2011

    Not only is this the most beautiful cue I've ever held in my hand, but after beating this guy who I had NEVER beat before, not once but TWICE in a row, he exclaimed "It's the stick!" This cue handles smoothly, feels solid, and does not disappoint in any way. And not only does it play well, this shade of turquoise decorated with a sparkly darker blue is by far the most beautiful color I've ever seen on a cue!

  • great cue
    5

    Posted by ken on Jul 9th 2011

    its a good cue we love useing it