Black Piggyback Hard Case 2X4


Black Piggyback Hard Case 2X4


When you travel with your cues a lot, the weight of your cue case starts to become more important.  Having a case that weighs as little as possible is an asset and you’ll definitely appreciate it’s light weight it once you’ve fully loaded it.

Hard Case

For the player who likes to have quick and easy access to their pool cues, a hard case is definitely the way to go. The additional benefit to having a hard case is that it literally provides 360 degrees of protection for your cue.   


If  you’ve never tried a cue case before, we’ve got you covered with the Select Billiards Video Review and our photos of this piggyback 2×4 case from every angle. It’s almost like trying it out for yourself!


Video Review:


Build Quality:

This hard cue case is constructed from a durable black vinyl. The top features a metal locking mechanism which unlocks to reveal the hard plastic interior. When you close the lid again, the lock automatically snaps back into place, securing your cues once more.

There is a shoulder strap with a nice, soft, padding to it. The handle is made of a molded hard-plastic which contours nicely to your hand. The case features two spacious pockets which face outward. These are large enough to store just about anything you may need to, including your E-Grip, chalk, glove and more.

Notable Features:

  • Hard Case 2×4 (2 cue butts, 4 cue shafts)
  • Black Vinyl Finish
  • Piggyback formation
  • Automatic lock
  • Hard plastic interior for durability
  • Padded shoulder strap
  • Two exterior pockets (one small, one large)
  • Side pouch for jump cue

Final Thoughts:

This case is very lightweight which makes is incredibly popular for pool players who travel frequently. And since it’s a hard case, you can be assured that your cues will be well protected.

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Additional information

Weight 4.00 lbs
Dimensions 36 × 10 × 10 in

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