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Factory Finish
2000 Abralon
EXO Solid Coverstock
Type
Solid Reactive

We refer to this as “exotherm”. This stage in the process is crucial to the chemistry of the coverstock and by controlling the peak temperature, heat rate, and cooldown speed we can manipulate the chemical porosity deep within that helps with oil absorption and displacement. This creates caverns of porosity and cliffs so deep which give this state-of-the-art shell the kind of cutting-edge traction that’ll leave you in awe. Enter: EXO Reactive coverstock.

Supercoil Core
Storm Supercoil Core

A great coverstock simply goes to waste unless paired with the right core for the job at hand. The Supercoil Core has a substantial amount of mass built around its equator. This drives the RG down and enables the ball to better read the midlane. This allows the ball to start its hook before the end of the pattern, which is what most bowlers in the world demand.

Core Type
Asymmetric
16 pounds
RG
2.470
Diff
0.050
MB Diff
0.021
15 pounds
RG
2.470
Diff
0.053
MB Diff
0.023
14 pounds
RG
2.530
Diff
0.048
MB Diff
0.020
13 pounds
RG
2.570
Diff
0.032
MB Diff
0.010
12 pounds
RG
2.590
Diff
0.029
MB Diff
0.008
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