Columbia 300 Pure Swing

February 13th, 2010 by admin | Comments Off

Columbia 300 Pure Swing

Columbia 300 lovers looking for a Swing series ball with a skid/flip reaction will enjoy this new release. When compared to a similarly laid-out Bedlam pearl, the Pure Swing had total hook of about 2 boards stronger on most test patterns with 4.5 and 5.5” layouts.


Columbia 300 Total Bedlam

February 13th, 2010 by bjiwebmaster | 2 Comments

Columbia 300 Total Bedlam

The Total Bedlam hooks comparably with a Full Swing, but slightly earlier and with a smoother downlane move. With factory surface, this ball is not the most aggressive offered in today’s market, but with lower grit sandings, it can hook as much as any ball currently produced.


Track 715C

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Track 715C

The 715C helps round out Track’s growing array of mid, upper-mid and high-performance products. The 715C will provide similar total hook to the 715A, but with a more rounded breakpoint shape.


900 Global Break Out

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900 Global Break Out

The Break Out reminded us of the Break S 75 (released last July) with its strong midlane and total hook. We felt the Break Out had slight tendencies to lay off some, especially in the final 20 feet with lower pin drillings and closer pins. This is definitely a control ball with above average hook characteristics on medium and heavier oil.


Brunswick Evil Siege

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Brunswick Evil Siege

The Evil Siege will match up well for most bowler styles on light/medium to medium/heavy oil patterns, provided you’re not looking for a skid/flip breakpoint motion.


Brunswick C(system) 3.5

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Brunswick C(system) 3.5

The 3.5 is a supercharged version of the 2.5 — one of Brunswick’s most successful balls last year — as it gave us an average of 3-4 boards more total hook, with slightly more attitude off the dry.


Lanemasters X-treme Damage

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Lanemasters X-treme Damage

The XD gave us our best looks on light-medium to medium volumes of oil with lengths ranging from 35 to 44’. The XD was predictable and powerful; its motion was stronger, with a late-arcing breakpoint.


Storm Reign of Fire

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Storm Reign of Fire

The Reign of Fire will hook similarly to the Virtual Gravity, but with a later revving downlane motion. That the shell is sanded at 1000 grit makes up for the slightly tamer core dynamics.


Hammer Jigsaw Corner

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Hammer Jigsaw Corner

As smooth as the original black and white Jigsaw is, the Corner is angular. In fact, we saw about five boards more backend when comparing the two on about of the test patterns.



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