Joss Custom Cues - Selection of some custom made Joss cues. Most time in stock
Joss LTD Cues - Joss Limited Edition Cues. Normally small quantity per design. Some models are one of a kind cues. Great for collection.
Joss Handmade - Some high end Joss cues handmade by Dan Janes and Stephen Janes
Joss Break Cues - Joss Thor Hammer break cues
More Joss Cues - More custom cues from Joss Cues, limited quantity, might not in stock
Joss Cues On Sale - Save up to 25% off for these Closeout Joss cues. Some of these Joss cues come OB shaft or other shaft. a great buy.
Loree Jon Models - Joss Cues made for Loree Jon. Cues have Loree Jon's signature
Promotion: Add an original black collar Joss shaft to your Joss cue order, add only $100. Limited time only.
OB1, OB2, OB Claasic, OB Pro shaft fits Joss cues, made by OB Cues
Retail price $235, Our Special Price: $164.50
Upgrade from a Joss shaft, add $60
OB1+, OB2+, OB Claasic+, OB Pro+ shaft fits Joss cues, made by OB Cues
Promotion: Add a black ring Joss shaft to your Joss cue, add only $100. Limited time only.
Joss Cues was born in 1968 in a two-car garage in Baltimore, the brainchild of Dan Janes and his partner. Working with one ancient manual lathe, a butcher-shop band saw, one drill press, and a single work bench, the two former road players took some of contemporary cue making’s first steps away from the traditional four-prong design, innovating the "floating points" concept and many others. Their unique ideas coupled with Dan’s personal relationships with the best players of the times including: Willie Mosconi, Steve Mizerak, Weenie Beenie, Eddie Taylor, Ed Kelly, Larry Lisciotti, Luther Lassiter, Jimmy Fusco, Richie Florence and Joe Balsis, just to name a few, helped make Joss virtually an instant success. Joss has remained at the forefront of cue making in the more than four decades that have passed.
Dan has placed cues in the hands of many of the members of the BCA Hall
of Fame (Mike Sigel, Eddie Taylor, Nick
Varner, Jim Rempe, the late Jimmy Moore,
Luther Lassiter, Minnesota Fats, Jimmy
Caras and Joe Balsis), plus a roster of active
competitors that reads like a who's who of pool.