When purchasing a Pool cue it is important to immediately get a pool cue case whether it is a cheap soft case and and expensive attache case you need to protect it ASAP. The first reason is because you do not want your shaft to take any kind of chips or your cue shaft to get and scratches or bumps that can result in distracting you from shooting a good cue ball shot.
Orr suggestion is to get a basic pool cue hard case that holds 2 pool cues and has some pockets to hold your own chalk, tip shaper, even some scuff pads or fin grain sand paper this way you can carry your complete billiards and pool arsenal around in one nice bag. Even if you only have one cue these hard case pool cue tubes are inexpensive and gives you the ability to expand your cues later on considering most pool players now a days have their own break cue.
Another great thing about a hard case is the added protection if you have a soft case and someone accidentally steps on your cue stick while it is in a soft case it’s a good possibility that this will damage or even worse break your cue stick. And with a hard case there is the extra protection of weathering if it is raining outside it will give the extra protection to ward off moisture or if you accidentally leave it in your car it will protect heavy against heat stick expansion weathering.
Either way the point being is to alwas get a pool cue case right away after purchasing a pool cue but if you ask our expertise a 2 stick hardcase should be your first for the quality protection your stick needs right away. You can get a full range of pool cue cases at Official PRO Sports now a leader in Billiards and Pool player equipment.