Wood is where it starts for a Viking
pool cue and Viking is very selective about the wood that it
The wood in a cue purchased today was bought years ago. Woods
like Maple, Ebony, Tulip, and Birds-Eye Maple. Woods from Africa,
Indonesia, Brazil, and Madagascar.
All the wood is checked for structural
integrity and grain character.
Viking's computer aided design system has opened the door for more intricate
designs and unbelievable fine detail.
Every design is looked at, studied,
and questioned. Is it unique? Is it beautiful? Only then is
the design approved.
With the exception of a few elaborate decal cues
every bit of detail you see on a Viking cue is a hand fitted inlay or a ring.
driven tools produce meticulous recesses for perfectly matched and hand fitted
All the cue butts are turned on a lathe 2 times before they are seasoned for
another 1-1/2 years. Then they are turned 3 more times.
The Maple shafts are turned on a lathe a minimum of 9 times during the
manufacturing process with at least 2 months between each turning. This
results in the straightest shaft possible.
Each Viking cue is a work of art which is protected with a durable UV coating.
This protects the cue's stains and colors from fading and being scratched.
A Viking cue is a work of art that is meant to be played with.
invested considerable amounts of time and resources perfecting the playability
of their cues. The Pro Taper and the proprietary ferrule have been
designed to ensure that the cues perform as good as they look.
Viking cues will help you win games.
Billiards Plus and our sister website,
PoolCuesExpress.com, are the top
Viking Cue dealer in Canada.
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