Outlaw cues feature very good construction and offer a great value. These are no-nonsense cues with the branded-wood appearance. If you like all-natural wood construction, Outlaws are for you.
Players buy Outlaw cues because they know they’ll play well, and they do so reliably. Simply put, Outlaw cues are a suburb value and they’ll last you for a good while.
If you’ve never had the chance to actually try an Outlaw cue, we’ve got you covered with the Select Billiards Video Review of the OL14 from every angle. It’s the next best thing to trying it out for yourself!
How It Actually Plays:
- Standard Outlaw Shaft (13mm)
- Hitting the ball with a slow hit, the ball hit the far rail at almost the 2″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with a medium hit, the ball hit the far rail right around the 3″ mark.
- Hitting the ball with a firm hit, the ball hit the far rail just a tiny bit over the 3″ mark.
The OL14 is a great value with a unique look. The spade and horseshoe designs are appropriately Western-ish and the cherry stain is very unique.
Tip: 13mm Triangle – Ferrule: 1″ Ivorene-3 Ferrule – Shaft: 29″ hardrock maple, 10 – 12″ pro taper, brass insert – Joint: Stainless steel – Pin: 5/16 18 – Rings: None – Collar: Stainless Steel – Forearm: Cherry stained maple with designs branded by hand using a blowtorch – Wrap: Stacked saddlebag leather wrap – Sleeve: Cherry stained maple with designs branded by hand using a blowtorch – Plate: Stainless steel with etched Outlaw logo – Bumper: Black rubber