Triumph Tips - 13mm - Each

Triumph Tips - 13mm - Each

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The Triumph cue tip is another top quality product from the Tweeten Company made from the finest imported oak leather and selected from the firmest portion of the hide. These are laminated with a fibre base to give it a French style. All tips are specially treated and checked with every detail to give every player the best performance. All are sold shaped and pressed ready for a quick fix. This Triumph Tip features:

  • Hardness: Medium Hard
  • Available Size: 13mm
  • Made out of Oak leather
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  • Cue tip

    Posted by Rick andes on Mar 19th 2021

    Haven't had the chance to use them yet but they look great thanks

  • 13 mm Triumph Tip

    Posted by Gary on Jul 20th 2017

    I purshased five of these tips, and I have only used one so far. I used it when replacing the tip on a cue stick for a friend. It seems to be medium-hard, and it took a while to shape the tip to a dime radius. During initial use, it seemed to be fine.

  • Nice tips

    Posted by John on Mar 7th 2017

    Like the feel of these tips controll was superior

  • Good low cost tip.

    Posted by Don on Dec 25th 2016

    I want a cheap to play on bar box but not to last. I can get more draw and cue ball action. It is a very good tip for what I wanted.

  • nice tips

    Posted by Jerry on Nov 30th 2015

    performs well, get great draw with thi tip

  • a great mediam tip ,

    Posted by jim stoll - stoll restoration on Sep 11th 2014

    terriffic site easy to find anything you want ,select , informational about the product and the price is great.

  • Triumph Cue Tip

    Posted by Walter Leake on Aug 20th 2014

    Good Hard tip, great for break cue

  • Triumph Tips

    Posted by Bryce on Jun 18th 2014

    These tips are pretty solid. i bought a couple of Triumphs, Elkmasters, and Le Pro to try out on my house cues. after playing with all 3 for a couple weeks now i'd have to admit that these are probably my least favorite of the three. they're pretty hard and one of them didnt shape well at all, it was really crumbly and wouldn't shape uniformly. the other one was fine though.

  • Great tip!

    Posted by Casey on Mar 24th 2014

    It has great cue ball control with high chalk adherence. Can't go wrong with this especially for the price.