What is the difference between the 1st and 2nd Generation shafts?
|Features||1st Generation||2nd Generation||Benefit for You|
|Front End Technology||The original design reduced cue ball deflection making it easier to pocket balls using English.||The new design is re-engineered to increasingly reduce cue ball deflection.||It's even easier to pocket balls using English.|
Options: Moori, Sniper®
|The standard is now multi-layered, enhancing the feel, reducing mushrooming and increasing the life of the tip.|
314: 3/4" long
Z: 1/2" long
3142: 6/10" long
Z2: 4/10" long
|The material is stronger and more resistant to scratching, chalk stains and damage. A shorter ferrule improves your cue's performance.|
|Insert||Joint insert was in wood.||Joint insert is mounted in a solid core of Phenolic for better surface contact and better insert stability.||Phenolic provides increased durability and a more solid feel when you play.|
Please note the original 314 and Z shafts are no longer being manufactured.
314 - $230 to $250
Z - $255 to $275