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1/2 8-Hole Plastic Leather Professional Pool Cue Case 34 inch Black

$70.99

Introductions:
The 62638-468 1/2 8-Hole Plastic Leather Professional Pool Cue Case is a portable case to carry your pool cues. It features an eight-hole construction for butts and shafts, offering a convenient, affordable way to protect your cues. Crafted from high-grade leather, it is tough and durable for long-term use. And it is built with roomy zipped pockets for those of your small accessories. Heavy-duty handle and shoulder strap allow for ease of transport. So, what are you waiting for? Click and order right now!

Features:
1. Eight-hole construction for butts and shafts
2. Offer a convenient, affordable way to protect your cues
3. Crafted from high-grade leather, tough and durable
4. Built with roomy zipped pockets for those of your small accessories
5. Heavy-duty handle and shoulder strap for ease of transport

 

Specifications:
1. Model: 62638-468
2. Color: Black
3. Surface Material: Leather
4. Inner Material: Sponge
5. Dimensions: (33.46 x 5.71 x 4.53)" / (85 x 14.5 x 11.5)cm (L x W x H)
6. Weight: 98.77oz / 2800g
7. Suitable for: Billiards Cue

 

Package Includes:
1 x 1/2 8 Holes Billiard Pool Cues Tube Case

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