August 2017 Contents

Bowling Ball Reviews

Columbia 300 Lit

The Lit is the latest introduction into Columbia 300’s high performance Red Line collection. It features the new Reflex XS hybrid reactive coverstock that surrounds the new Lit Asymmetric core....

columbia-300-saber

The Saber marks the return of asymmetrical core designs to Columbia 300’s Orange Line collection. The New-Dynamix core shape is the first asymmetrical used in this line since the Ironman...

DV8 Pitbull Growl

The Pitbull Growl is DV8's high performance release for this summer, and it is unique in being a solid-covered follow-up to another solid-covered ball, the original Pitbull. Both balls use...

DV8 Rumor

The Rumor adds a new symmetrical-cored option to the DV8 product line. This ball uses the new Rumor Medium RG Symmetric weight block, paired with the Deception Pearl coverstock. This...

ebonite-verdict

The Verdict lays down the law for Ebonite this summer with its introduction into their High Performance line. It uses Ebonite's new asymmetrical Justice core shape, which gives the Verdict...

motiv-forza-ss

The Motiv Forza SS is the fourth ball released under the Forza banner. While the first three Forzas used Motiv's Torx weight block, the SS uses a blast from Motiv's...

roto-grip-no-rules-exist

The No Rules Exist is the third ball to use the asymmetrical Chaotic weight block in Roto Grip's high performance HP4 line, joining the original No Rules and the No...

Roto Grip Show Off

The Show Off brings a new core shape and a high-end coverstock down to Roto Grip's very affordable HP2 line. The new Hotshot symmetrical core gives this ball the same...

track-mako-attack

The Mako Attack shares the asymmetrical dual-density Mako core with its predecessor in Track’s High Performance line, the original Mako. The big differences between these two balls come in the...