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Brunswick Vapor Zone Hybrid
Continuing the success of the Vapor Zone Brunswick is intoducing the Vapor Zone Hybrid to offer a little more length than the solid version. This ball uses the same Zone Asymmetric core used in the previous version along with the hybrid version of the Activator Plus 2.0 coverstock. The Vapor Zone Solid is finished with 500, 3000 Siaair that gives the ball great traction on medium to heavy oil conditions.
Customer Reviews | 1 Customer Question
By Amy D from Dayton, Oh
Have you tried a Hybrid?
I am starting to love these Hybrid balls, they give me less skid and unbelievable mid-lane continuous roll.
Note: Please change my Review Headline on the Prism Warp to Love me some Prism's!
By jneral300 from Washington, DC
We've Been Waiting for This
This was the next logical step in the Vapor Zone line. Given the success of the Vapor Zone Solid and Pearl, this ball had to be made and I'm really glad it's here. This is a quick-response ball, meaning that once it comes off the spot, it's heading straight toward the pocket without backing down. I've been throwing the Vapor Zone a lot lately and this ball is the next logical step from that ball. This ball gives me a few more feet of length and a slightly tamer reaction on the backend so when the solid gets to be too much ball, I can stand in the same place and this ball is perfect.
By Ian Lang from Nyc
The Vapor Zone hybrid is the best of both worlds when comparing the pearl and the solid. For me sometimes the pearl went a little too long and missed the breakpoint at times and the Solid was just a little too early for me. With the new hybrid, it gives me a perfect blend of backend and traction. It gets down the lane very nice for a hybrid and still has plenty of energy left for the backend. Its reads the backend perfectly and is very continuous through the pins.
Customer Questions & Answers | Reviews
Is these prices for a single ball or a set?12/19/2020 - By Connie
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