This traditional style McDermott cue features a Birdseye Maple forearm and Cocobolo butt with six-point turquoise & Cocobolo inlays, turquoise, pewter, black urethane & white urethane inlay accents, silver rings, 3/8 x 10 joint, lizard-embossed leather wrap, and G-Core high performance shaft.
- Custom 3/8 x 10 joint for a secure fit
- G-Core performance shaft with triple-layer design for reduced vibration and distortion and extended CT Technology carbon fiber core for radial consistency
- 19-inch professional taper for a smooth stroke
- 10-layer laminated Tiger Everest tip for consistency and control + a dampening device at the base of the ferrule for shaft vibration reduction
- One-piece black lizard-embossed leather wrap for a smooth feel and cushioned grip
McDermott: Where Craftsmanship Meets Performance
McDermott Handcrafted Cues has made raising the bar mission number one since the company’s start in 1975. Drawing on the latest technology and a state-of-the-art facility located in Menomonee Falls Wisconsin, McDermott has consistently worked to deliver high quality timeless designs to players of all levels.
McDermott Cue Features
- 3/8 x 10 joint
- Ivorine III ferrule
- One Piece Leather Wrap
- G-Core shaft
- Tri-core butt construction
- Moisture barrier finish protects against warping
- Weight adjustable
- Made in the USA
G-Core Shaft Features
G-Core Performance – Extended carbon fiber core stabilizes the front impact area for more control and reduced inconsistencies found in traditional solid Maple shafts.
Triple-Layer Design – Three layers of carbon fiber reduce vibration and minimizes shaft distortion for increased radial consistency and a more accurate shot.
Carbon Tenon Technology – This unique carbon fiber core makes for a stronger ferrule assembly with maximum impact properties and enhanced feedback – plus a handly red dampening device at the base to reduce impact vibration even further.
Radial Consistency – The G-Core is one of the most radially consistent shafts on the market – giving you a straighter cue ball path and reducing the need to compensate for spin and throw.
Everest Tip By Tiger – Shapes like a hard tip, hits like a medium and has the control of a soft tip. Each tip includes a red warning layer to indicate when it needs replacing.