Traditional Pool Cues
While many new cue designs feature new and different styles, nothing beats the classic beauty of traditional points and veneers. You won't find any modern or contemporary cue designs here, just designs steeped in the history and tradition that has made billiards one of the world's most popular games.
Opposites attract! Opposing woods used on the forearm and sleeve of the Joss JOS04 pool cue creates an attractive look and feel. On the sleeve, rich cocobolo wood is decorated with white holly diamond inlays, while on the forearm natural Figured Flame Birch features four cocobolo points with ebony veneers and white holly diamond inlays. The black and white Irish linen wrap connects the two sections. Learn More
From its hard triangle tip to its durable Herculite plate, the Joss JOS20 pool cue represents the values of old-time cue making synonymous with this family owned and operated company. The hardrock maple shaft on this cue has a shorter taper and a thicker shaft, which, coupled with the stainless steel joint, provides a stiff hit.
The Joss JOS67 pool cue is a true beauty to behold and an excellent example of Joss' mission to preserve the values of old-time cue making. The butt of this cue is crafted with a variety of gorgeous woods, including curly maple, black ash, Brazilian bloodwood, ebony and holly. Learn More
If you're looking for a Joss cue with a completely different look than the standard Joss designs, you've got toe check out the JOS49. Instead of traditional curly maple, Joss has opted for Sucupira (Brazilian hardwood) to be the featured wood for this model. The Sucupira is accented with traditional lacewood points and black maple veneers. Learn More