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Ebonite Allure Solid Bowling Ball

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MSRP: $194.95
$134.95
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Description

Ebonite Allure Solid Bowling Ball

  • Color: Purple/Blue
  • Coverstock: Traxion SF. Solid
  • Weight Block: Allure
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.466; 15lbs - 2.475; 14lbs - 2.492
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.049; 15lbs - 0.049; 14lbs - 0.049
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Allure Solid is eye-catching, the purple and blue are a perfect match, making this one of the best looking balls on the market. The Allure was great for bowlers who needed a controllable and continuous pearl ball, the Allure Solid, provides that motion on steroids to combat more oil volume. The Allure Solid will get a lot of attention for its great looks, but more so for the high scores we’ll see out of this one.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Heavy
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Siaair
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Solid Reactive
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3 Reviews

  • 5
    Great low end ball

    Posted by Ryan Galli on Jan 22nd 2021

    I am loving my Allure solid as it does exactly what is advertised. The ball is just a great step down from my Omni and V2. It is also just so predictable off the pattern that it is great when sanded

  • 4
    First Out

    Posted by CMiller on Jan 18th 2021

    Ebonite's Allure Solid is a great bench mark type ball that should be first out. Allowing for a quick read of what the lanes are giving you, then deciding to ball up or down, if needed. Keeping it simple!

  • 4
    Ebonite Allure Solid

    Posted by Bob Newman on Dec 2nd 2020

    I had the opportunity to drill & throw the Ebonite Allure Solid yesterday . I threw it side by side with the Ebonite GB3. I found the Allure to have a similar shape but overall a little stronger & a bit more continuous thru the pins. It gonna be that steady Eddy benchmark ball you'll want to pull out first to see what the lanes are doing. It's a mid oil ball but for me bowling on a burned up shot it got back around the corner from deep with plenty of power left.

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