Lucasi Pinnacle LPXS carbon shaft
The new carbon shaft from Lucasi stands for durability, consistency and accuracy and allows accurate play with minimal effort. The ultra-high density polyurethane foam core provides the necessary stability for each and every impact. The extra-lightweight construction of the upper minimizes deviation at impact and increases precision in play. The Pinnacle upper relies on a white Ivorine ferrule that supports precise aiming of the cue ball. At the same time, this extremely durable and high-quality ferrule provides a stable platform for leathers of all types and makes cue tip maintenance easy. Sitting on top of the tip is a premium Tiger Everest multi-layer leather that combines the advantages of different degrees of hardness. Greatest possible control with maximum power transmission and stable shape. The Low-Rise Pro Taper features the lowest pitch rate on the market today and is designed to create stability and consistency. Lucasi Pinnacle is made of multidirectional carbon fibers and cured in an elaborate process developed over 20 years to create extra high quality and durable playing material..
- Material: Carbon
- Diameter at tip: 11.75 mm
- Leather: Premium Tiger Everest
- Taper: Low-Rise Pro Taper
- Available joints: uniloc, radial, 3/8x10, 5/16x14, 5/16x18 .
- Game type: pool
- Type of top: Low-Deflection
- Player type: advanced, professional
Lucasi is one of the leading brands of billiard cues in the world. The series Lucasi Custom and Lucasi Hybrid inspire even the professionals. Lucasi relies on the latest technologies and high-quality material for cue construction. Innovative low-deflection shafts, damping systems or special grip bands ensure impressive playing characteristics. Thanks to fine craftsmanship and precise inlay work, the cues are also a real eye-catcher. In addition to game cues, Lucasi of course also produces break cues and jump cues as well as bags, cases and lots of accessories.
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