McDermott G1911 Pool Cue

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  • McDermott G1911 Pool Cue
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McDermott G1911 Pool Cue - 2018 Cue of the Year Enhanced

Comes with Extra i2 Shaft 

McDermott G1911 pool cues are some of the most recognized products in the billiard industry. They are known for their quality construction, exotic woods, intricate inlays and limitless customization options. McDermott pool cues are proudly made in the U.S.A. and are covered by a lifetime warranty, which includes cue warpage.
MSRP: $1,999
Edition Size: 50


  • Birdseye maple forearm/no-wrap handle
  • Black urethane sleeve
  • Silver rings
  • 2 black urethane "Crown" wrap rings
  • 12 sets of black urethane, abalone, turquoise & pewter points
  • 6 sets of black urethane, abalone & pewter handle inlays
  • 6 sets of white urethane, abalone, turquoise & pewter sleeve inlays
  • i-2 shaft
  • McDermott Quick Release joint

Note: Lead time on the McDermott 2018 Cue of the Year Enhanced is 60 days.

See the Cue of the Year — G1308

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 Premium Tips

Navigator tips are made using 100% Japanese pigskin leather. They are laminated and pressed utilizing a specialized method, which features a proprietary adhesive that won't affect the leather's hardness. This prevents oxidation, meaning the tip won't get harder after short usage.
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