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Brunswick Melee Cross Bowling Ball

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Brunswick Melee Cross Bowling Ball - WWRD 6/16/14

Brunswick Melee Cross Bowling Ball - WWRD 6/16/14

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Brunswick Melee Cross

  • Color: Teal SOlid
  • Coverstock: Savvy Hook Solid Reactive
  • Weight Block: Melee Low RG Symmetric Core
  • Factory Finish: 500, 2,000 Siaair Micro Pad Finish
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.487
  • Differential (Diff): .050
  • Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): n/a
  • Fragrance: n/a
  • Description:


    The new Savvy Hook Solid reactive is formulated to provide maximum versatility with more traction in oil on a variety of lane conditions for all types of physical styles. This new formulation produces easy length through the heads with mid-lane traction and a forceful backend reaction.


    The new Melee Low RG Symmetrical core features a curvilinear design to provide maximum energy retention. The new core shape revs quicker producing maximum performance and drilling versatility.

    Ball Motion

    With its 2000 grit Siaair Finish, the Melee Cross skids easily through the front, revving strong in the mid-lane saving axis rotation for the backend to provide greater entry angle to the pocket for superior pin action. The Melee Cross will provide better traction in oil with its chemically designed surface texture on a variety of lane patterns on medium to oily lane patterns.
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    1. James on 11/14/2014, said:

    Drilled Pin over Ring CG kicked with weight hole in P1 In the house I bowl in the lanes have played tricky and I needed something that would allow me to grab the lane and provide a continual motion through the deck. I drilled opposite of what I normally drill (Pin Under) as too much energy would be spent and the balls would not carry. I love how the Cross just reads the lane and still has plenty in the tank when exiting out of the pin deck.
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