McDermott cues and performance shafts are some of the most recognized products in the billiard industry. Manufactured in Menomonee Falls, WI, McDermott cues are known for quality construction, exotic woods, intricate inlays and limitless custom options. Leading the industry in technology and craftsmanship with over 100 new models ranging from $199-$6500, McDermott remains the top choice for all players. They are proudly made in the U.S.A. and include a lifetime warranty against warpage.
• Black Urethane forearm/sleeve
• G-Core shaft
• 3/8"-10 joint with stainless steel collar
• 6 Maple points with 12 Green Dymondwood clover/Maple diamond inlays
• McDermott-embossed Italian leather wrap
Hardcore performance. Traditional feel.
The G-Core’s carbon fiber extends the first 7 inches of the shaft. This stabilizes the front impact area of the shaft for more control and reduces the inconsistencies found in traditional maple shafts.
Everest Tip by Tiger
Each Everest laminated cue tip is individually tested for consistency, hardness and quality. It shapes like a hard tip, hits like a medium, but has the control of a soft tip. Everest tips have 10 layers that include a red warning layer to indicate when it needs replacement.
The G-Core utilizes our proprietary CT Technology (Carbon Tenon): a carbon fiber ferrule core that results in greater strength, efficiency and precision. This results in a stronger ferrule assembly with maximum impact properties and enhanced feedback. The red dampening device at the base of the ferrule helps reduce shaft vibration upon impact.
Triple Layer Design
The G-Core’s triple-layer design reduces vibration and minimizes shaft distortion. This increases radial consistency, which promotes enhanced accuracy and stability.
Radial consistency is the shaft’s ability to perform the same way on every shot, regardless of its orientation. The carbon fiber core technology found in the G-Core makes it one of the most radial consistent shaft on the market. The G-Core will consistently provide a straighter cue ball path, minimizing the need to compensate for spin and throw.