ZAN Tip are high quality laminated leather tips composed of eight or nine layers of pig and hog leather. For each hardness, specific leathers are used which gives ZAN tips solidity and high elasticity. Zan tips hold chalk exceptionally well, giving each player maximum control of cue ball direction and spin without miscuing. Zan Tips give every player a great amount of feel. This allows a player to put the cue ball anywhere they desire on the table, eliminating the guess work of finesse or power shots. Zan Tips are highly elastic due to the use of laminated hog and pig leathers, which allows them to maintain their level of hardness and shape. Zan tips are made with the finest leathers which are resistant to mushrooming, peeling, delamination and humidity. Zan Tips are handmade and each layer is specially laminated, which creates a comfortable and positive sound when you strike the cue ball.
Zan+ Soft（8 layers） Hardness★★ Spin★★
The ZAN Plus Soft tip is composed of leather with high recovery and elasticity properties which decreases any hardening or stiffening of the tip. This tip is the perfect companion for players that are in need of a good and firm impact point with high control. By utilizing specific leathers, Zan soft is able to maintain its characteristics over the life of the tip
Zan+ Medium （8 layers） Hardness★★★ Spin★★★
Zan Plus Medium tip is a true medium tip. It gives a combination of a soft, long touch and without losing any grip or feel. This tip sets the standard for control, sharpness, elasticity and durability. In addition, Zan Plus Medium gives players the ability to have the necessary grip, power, and control demanded by the world’s best.
Zan+ Hard（8 layers） Hardness★★★★★ Spin★★★
The ZAN Plus Hard tip is known for having the highest elasticity of any hard tip on the market. It allows players to receive maximum power with minimal effort, without sacrificing any control or grip. The high elasticity not only gives this tip extra sharpness, but it also decreases the chance for miscuing.By using the ZAN hard tip, the player can move the cue ball more effortlessly with a solid contact to the cue ball yet with maintaining the ability to create maximum spin.