|Box Finish:||500 SiaAir / Royal Compound|
|Name:||Vintage Light Bulb|
The Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone is the third release in Brunswick’s Vintage line of equipment. It joins the LT-48 and the Gold Rhino Pro, and we found it to be the best of the bunch. This version of the Danger Zone uses an updated coverstock called PK 2016, which is a modern replacement for the famed PowrKoil 18 cover used on the original. The core is also updated to a new light bulb shape, replacing the version with the nugget from the original. These updates allow this ball to offer the same motion on today’s thicker oils that the original Danger Zone provided back in its day.
The Vintage Danger Zone was best for our testers on our medium oil pattern. Its low RG core revved up easily, allowing its solid coverstock to read the midlane very strong. It gave all three testers a strong downlane
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Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone Comparisons
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- Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone vs. Brunswick Edge Dark Purple Solid
- Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone vs. Brunswick Fanatic
- Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone vs. Brunswick Mastermind Strategy
- Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone vs. Brunswick Rhino
- Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone vs. Brunswick Ultimate Nirvana
- Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone vs. Brunswick Vintage Gold Rhino Pro
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Additional Brunswick Vintage Danger Zone Resources
Click here to visit Brunswick's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.
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