Silver Cup Chalk - Tan - Dozen

Silver Cup Chalk - Tan - Dozen

  • SKU: CHS12-TAN
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$4.95
SKU:
CHS12-TAN
Availability:
Usually ships the next business day
Color:
Brown
Size:
12 Pack

The Silver Cup Chalk Tan Dozen Box has the precise formula and composition for accurate striking of the cue ball without costly miscues. Featured on many professional tournament matches shown on ESPN. It has become the solid choice of amateur tournaments, professional tournaments, recreation players, home tables, and of course, trick shot artists, who rely on the proper chalk to get the right friction, grip, spin, and results. This Silver Cup Chalk features:

  • Tan color
  • Improves accuracy to every shot
  • Adheres to cue tips easily
  • Sold by the dozen
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  • Nice Color, Good Chalk
    5

    Posted by Casey on Mar 14th 2017

    Clean good chalk. Nice color.

  • Silver cup is the way to go
    5

    Posted by Chad on Feb 14th 2017

    I have silver cup cone tallc and cue chalk very happy with both and wouldn't buy anything else

  • Good
    5

    Posted by Jesse on Mar 11th 2015

    Matches table cloth and works great.

  • Good Condition
    5

    Posted by Nancy on Apr 22nd 2014

    Matches table cloth perfect

  • Awesome!
    5

    Posted by Christie on Feb 18th 2014

    Great chalk, great price! Prefer it over Master's...

  • Good chalk. Matches my table.
    5

    Posted by Jim on Oct 8th 2013

    This is good chalk. What I like best is that it comes in lots of colors so you can match your playing surface color.

  • Great
    5

    Posted by Bruce Strouble on Aug 6th 2013

    This was a hard to find item which Ozone carries in great supply. I recieved my order in a timely manner, at a very fair price, and I will definitely use this company in the future.

  • Good chalk for the money
    4

    Posted by Harro on Dec 26th 2012

    Have a beige cloth on my pool table and this chalk is color matched reasonably well to hide the few spots where I end up having a lot chalk build-up. Chalk also sticks better to my cues than the cheap junk that came with the table. Now I can use the old chalk that came with my table for what it was intended for: Drawing on a blackboard.

  • Masters vs GOLD CUP
    5

    Posted by sam on Oct 11th 2012

    Have used Masters since the 60's, quit the game till just recently, Masters has changed. Used a friends silvercup and fell in love with it!! Want a better chalk? ---> SILVERCUP<---