Viking 2 Butt 4 Shaft 2x4 Pro Hard Cue Stick Case w/ Kick-Stand CS24KS
McDermott 2x3 2 Butt 3 Shaft Hybrid Hard/Soft Cue Case 75-0924
McDermott 2x2 2 Butt 2 Shaft Green Grunge Designer Series Hard Cue Case - 75-0937
McDermott 2x2 2 Butt 2 Shaft Red Tribal Designer Series Hard Cue Case - 75-0934
Instroke Geo 2 Butt 3 Shaft 2B/3S Black/Yellow Hard Pool Cue Case
Instroke Geo 2 Butt 3 Shaft 2B/3S Black/Blue Hard Pool Cue Case
Instroke Vinyl Cowboy 2 Butt 2 Shaft 2B/2S Black Hard Pool Cue Case
Instroke Premier 3 Butt 5 Shaft 3B/5S Black Hard Pool Cue Case
Instroke Premier 2 Butt 2 Shaft 2B/2S Burgundy Hard Pool Cue Case
Pro Series 3 Butt 6 Shaft Hard Cue Stick Case PS736BK
Instroke Saddle Brown Small Eagle Leather 2 Butt 4 Shaft 2B/4S Hard Pool Cue Case
Pool Cue Cases
You’ll need a pool cue case as part of your pool equipment if you’re serious about taking your game to another level. Just like pool cues, you have plenty of options when it comes to the size, shape, and style of pool cue cases.
Find one that fits your style and protects your items. Read on to find out more.
Why do I need a pool cue case?
Your pool cues represent a hefty investment in your game. Protect your investment with the right pool stick case for your tool. The best ones are hard cases instead of soft ones because you want maximum protection for when you travel.
What's the difference between a hard and soft pool cue case?
The main difference is how you retrieve your items out of the pool stick case. Of course, soft cases are softer to the touch.A hard case has an opening on top to get your cue stick out. A soft case has a zipper for you to unzip before grabbing your cue.
Should I Buy a Hard Pool Stick Case or a Soft One?
It depends on how often you travel, how many tournaments you play in, and how much you practice. In general, hard cases are better for protection from damage and from the elements. Soft cases are great if you want to retrieve your pool cues quickly.
How Should I Store a Pool Stick in a Case?
Always store your pool cue in its case, and stand the case upright to help prevent warpage. Do not keep the cue and case near extreme temperatures, especially in a hot or cold vehicle. And don’t lay anything on top of the pool cue case, even a hard one, to prevent long-term damage such as warping.
Where Should I Store My Pool Cues?
The best place to store it is in a hard pool stick case. Don’t stack anything on the case. Put in a cool, dry place off of the floor. Stand the case upright.
What Are the Best Pool Cue Cases Made Of?
Hard pool stick cases are made of some kind of durable plastic, like PVC or polypropylene. The inside has foam or rubber to protect the pool cue from shocks and damage.Soft varieties generally refer to leather pool cue cases.
What sizes do pool cue cases come in?
Look for these sizes, and pick out one that fits you best: