Ebonite Choice
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Ebonite Choice Bowling Ball

Price: $219.95
BowlerX Price: $149.95
  • Release Date: July 10, 2018
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
  • Reaction Type: Strong Midlane Read with Strong Continuous Backend Motion
  • X Factor Hook Rating Scale (1-20): 17
  • Coverstock Type: Hybrid Reactive
  • Core Type: Asymmetrical
  • Factory Finish: 500/1000/2000 Abralon
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.49 (15lb.)
  • Differential (DIFF): .054 (15lb.)
  • Mass Bias Differential (MB): .021 (15lbs.)
  • Color: Black/Red/White
  • Core: Mod-1
  • Coverstock: GSV-1 Hybrid
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Item #: EBCHOICE
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Ebonite Choice Bowling Ball Features:

The Choice is the newest addition to Ebonite’s high performance lineup. This ball pairs the GSV-1 Hybrid coverstock with the Mod-1 asymmetrical weight block. The Mod-1 is the result of taming down the Centrex Symmetrical Mass Bias core that was used in the Real One in order to match up better with the stronger GSV-1 coverstock. The Choice comes out of the box at a sanded 2000 Abralon finish. The result is a strong hook in the oil and a strong move off the dry, creating a ball with a huge amount of hook potential.

The pins aren’t a big fan of this one. In Ebonite’s newest high performance ball, they combined the core from their most iconic series ever and the GSV-1 coverstock that pro shops across the country have been raving about. This heavy oil monster picks up strong in the midlane and has plenty of giddy up on the backend. Winning is the only choice, so make it.

The GSV-1 coverstock is the next generation of the most trusted and proven covers in bowling, the GB series. It is a
brand new coverstock formulation that has opened many new doors and given Ebonite the possibility to take ball motion to the next level.

Ebonite has taken the Centrex Symmetrical Mass Bias core shape from THE ONE and modified the shape, which lowered the Intermediate Differential to allow for easier length through the front part of the lane and better continuation down lane.

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