|500 / 2000 Abralon / Powerhouse Factory Finish Polish
|Lime / Cobalt / Silver
The Urge offers lots of firsts for Columbia 300. For starters, it is the first new ball in a new line and price point structure for Columbia 300. This ball lands in the new Orange Line performance category, which is where the Melt Down and Throw Down currently reside. The Urge also utilizes a new core design, the Iron Man core, that has a slightly lower RG than the SD Medium RG core and more flare potential than either it or the Hi-Dynamix core used in the Mad Antics. The only thing that is not new on this ball is the AR350 Hybrid coverstock. This cover was previously used on the Mad Antics. This time, it comes out of the box at a 2000 grit polished finish.
The Urge was best for all three of our testers on our medium pattern. It easily glided through the front of the lane and never showed any
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Columbia 300 Urge Comparisons
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- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 Mad Antics
- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 Melt Down
- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 N’Sane Antics
- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 Raw Urge
- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 Severe Delirium
- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 Swerve FX
- Columbia 300 Urge vs. Columbia 300 Throw Down
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Additional Columbia 300 Urge Resources
Click here to visit Columbia 300'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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