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McDermott Carom Cues

MSRP: $950
Carom cues are made to different specifications than a traditional pool cue. Carom cues are 56" long (2" shorter than a traditional pool cue). The shafts on carom cues have a straight taper (often called a "European" taper) and feature a smaller tip diameter ranging from 11.75mm-12mm.

Features:

  • Birdseye maple forearm
  • Bocote/silver rings
  • 6 Bocote/black urethane/white urethane points and intricate sleeve rings/inlays
  • Black urethane sleeve
  • Lizard-embossed Italian leather wrap
  • McDermott Quick Release joint
  • i-3 high-performance carom shaft
    • Straight taper
    • Navigator Blue Impact tip

Note: The lead time on McDermott Carom Cues is 5 to 8 weeks.

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Triple-Layer Carbon Fiber Core

The i-Shaft’s Triple-Layer Carbon Fiber Core extends the full-length of the shaft (from ferrule to joint), stabilizing the entire shaft for absolute control and predictability. This technology increases radial consistency, reduces vibration and virtually eliminates the inconsistencies found in a traditional maple shaft.


Tenon Tip Technology

The i-Shaft’s patented Tenon Tip Technology increases the "sweet spot" of the shaft by transferring energy from the tip directly into the carbon fiber core. This results in a more solid hit that maximizes the accuracy of your shot.


Radial Consistency

Radial consistency is the shaft’s ability to perform the same way on every shot, regardless of its orientation. The i-Shaft's Triple-Layer Carbon Fiber Core technology will consistently provide a straighter cue ball path, minimizing the need to compensate for spin and throw.


Navigator Blue Impact Tip

Navigator Blue Impact tips feature 15 thinner layers of Japanese pigskin leather. This allows them to perform like a one-piece pressed tip, but with more consistency and a much longer lifespan.