900 Global January Releases
Ladies and gentlemen, I hope everybody had a great Christmas and a great New Year. But as we all know the world of bowling never stops for holidays. In the beginning of the New Year we can anticipate two new releases from 900 Global. and The beauty of being able to talk about these products to my audience here at bowlingball.com is truly a blessing.
Now, 900 Global had a teaser out prior to Christmas with the Inception logo and stating it will be the last of the series. Low and behold, it is the brand new Inception DCT Pearl. This ball features the Adaptor/D Ceramic Asymmetric core wrapped with the S86R Pearl cover, which is the strongest 900 Global coverstock to date. Basically, the last three Inception releases were their strongest covers they’ve ever had, and they have gotten better and better. Finished at 1500 Grit Polished, this ball will combat the slickest of oil patterns as opposed to any other pearl cover on the market. Use this ball mostly on patterns that are around 39 to 44 feet in length, in my opinion.
For one-handed bowlers, this ball will be really great for those medium-heavy lane conditions, and even us two-handed bowlers will find this ball to be a blessing in disguise for when we can use this on heavier oil patterns and not need the solid covers that rev up at 40 feet.
Now, I don’t want to say that 900 Global is jumping on the “bandwagon” here, and for anybody that is a sports fan has probably thrown that term around at least a time or two. With all that being said, 900 Global is bringing their asymmetrical urethane to market, but putting their own unique spin to it. Introducing the Shadow Ops, 80% urethane and 20% reactive resin. Now that is something that their competition just doesn’t offer. The Break Asymmetric core is back in the Ops series, this time wrapped in the new S25 Hybrid Reactive coverstock. It is a first for 900 Global bringing an 80/20 reactive urethane cover to their product line. Finished at 1000 Grit Abralon, you will find a need for this ball on shorter lane conditions or when the lanes become over/under.
To the bowlers reading for the first time or don’t know what over/under is, it’s basically another way of saying wet/dry. When you have one ball that goes way too long and doesn’t finish, or a ball that is hooking at your feet and can’t keep it on your side of the head pin.
Needless to say I’m excited to see how these new 900 Global releases will be rolling down the lane, and will be rolling right onto pro shop shelves January 23rd. You can read all about 900 Global and every company’s new releases right here at bowlingball.com. It’s where bowlers go.