After years of being off-the-market, the Predator Air has made a comeback! This is the follow-up to one of the most popular jump cues ever produced!
A great thing about the Predator Air is that it’s a three-piece cue. That means you can adjust the length to match whatever jump shot you need to make.
If you’ve never had the chance to actually try a Predator Air 2 cue, we’ve got you covered with our Hands-On Video Review and photos of the Predator Air 2 from every angle.
Select Billiards’ Video Review:
This cue features a matte black finish. It has two joints, the rear joint being a Uni-Loc quick release. The main joint in the middle is a mini radial pin. The joint itself is a carbon fiber type and the tip is a phenolic.
How It Actually Plays:
The final test is a much closer jump shot, this time with a European grip (also known as The Dart Grip). The ability to remove the back section of the Predator Air 2 offers a shorter size to make the Dart Grip really maneuverable and easy to handle with these closer shots.