What is a Hsunami shaft? A Hsunami shaft is shaft grade quarter sawn maple that went through a torrification process which heats up the wood right up to the point of combustion. This process burns off any sugar and moisture in the wood which stabilizes the wood and gives it the "honey" color. It is considered by many to be the perfect balance between a standard maple shaft and a carbon fiber shaft in terms of playability and consistency.
Here at RJH Custom Cues, we hand select each shaft to ensure the best quality, each shaft is custom made to your specifications. Every shaft is completely customizable from shaft diameter, ferrule material, joint collar size and ring work, shaft length and taper length. Most joint configurations are available, send us an email to find out if one of these amazing shafts can be fitted on to your current cue.