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Brunswick Brute Strength Bowling Ball
Force your opponents into submission with the Brunswick Brute Strength!
Starting at the core, the Brute carries the Brute Low RG/Low Differential Symmetrical weight block, which allows the ball to rev quickly but still be controllable through the motion. It also offers a wide range of drilling options. This combination allows for added length but also great retention of energy to use on the pins in the pocket, leading to bashing through the pins.
Surrounded by the Savvy Hook Hybrid Reactive coverstock, this ball will produce easy length through the heads, strong mid-lane traction, and a powerful backend motion.
|Core Type||Brute Low RG / Low Differential Symmetrical|
|Coverstock||Savvy Hook Hybrid Reactive|
|Colour||Gold / Black|
|Finishing Steps||500 Siaair, Royal Compound|
|RG Average||3.5 / 10||Center Heavy (1 – 10) Cover Heavy|
|Hook Potential||205 / 250||Low (10 – 250) High|
|Length||105 / 235||Early (25 – 235) Long|
|Breakpoint Shape||110 / 150||Smooth Arc (10 – 150) Angular Arc|
The new Savvy Hook Hybrid Reactive is formulated to provide maximum versatility for all types of physical styles and provides more traction in oil on a variety of lane conditions. This new formulation produces easy length through the heads and strong mid-lane traction with a powerful backend motion.
The Brute Low RG/Low Differential Symmetrical core features outstanding versatility with a compact design to provide maximum energy retention. The new core shape revs quicker producing maximum performance and drilling versatility.
With its Royal Compound Finish, the Brute Strength produces a unique motion that skids easily through the front, revs strong in the mid-lane, and provides a hard rolling backend for superior pin action. The Brute Strength will offer excellent traction in the mid-lane with an outstanding backend reaction on variety of medium to oily lane patterns.
The Brute Strength can be drilled using the standard drilling techniques developed for symmetric core bowling balls.
At Brunswick, the unique core shape of each individual ball is used for weights from 14 to 16 pounds. This approach to lightweight ball engineering provides bowlers with consistent ball reaction characteristics across this weight range. At 12 and 13 pounds, Brunswick uses a generic core shape with a RG-differential that is close enough to the 14 to 16 pound shape so the same drilling instructions can be used.
12 lbs (pounds), 13 lbs (pounds), 14 lbs (pounds), 15 lbs (pounds), 16 lbs (pounds)