Once you have found your perfect cue, you will want to make absolutely sure that you keep it safe from damage. You want your cue to last as long as possible. Of the types of cue cases, hard box cases offer the most rigid cue protection possible. These cases can also be found at a very affordable price.
Hard cases are the most traditional. They are box-shaped with hinges on one side. They are most commonly constructed of leather, vinyl, or plastic. Divisions inside the case hold the butt and shaft separately. Some have a section for tips, chalk, and other accessories
Schmelke Box Cases come in a variety of colors and exterior finishes. These durable cases are covered in vinyl. The different looks include black alligator, plain black. brown, and burgundy. They are all lined with soft brown fleece to enhance the safety of your cue.