Customer Reviews | 3 Customer Questions
By Paul Smith from Old Saybrook, CT
Plain and simple, CLICK ADD TO CART NOW! Don't miss out on this ball. The new Lit core gives me the strong hook potential that I look for when I bowl on heavy oil patterns and tournaments with high volume shots. The new cover stock but still infused with they hyper-shock technology gives this ball the continuous motion most people dream of. This ball hits the pins the same the 1st ball to the last ball, HARD!
By Jon from North Clarendon, VT
Angular high end coverstock ball
The Lit is a extremely strong ball, but Columbia seemed to be able to make this ball angular which you don't see much out of high end, Fuller coverstock balls. I drilled mine pin down and it still creates a angular shape on the back, which is nice to see. You're gonna want some volume for this ball but it's definitely a nice piece.
By Matt Fenn from Hoffman Estates, IL
I have been using Columbia bowling balls since 1977 and this is the most disappointing Columbia ball I have ever owned. It is as if Columbia copied Storm on this ball because it is not up to normal Columbia standards. I have averaged over 200 since 1979 and 215-225 since 1992. I was looking for a bowl to cut through the oil when it is pushed down late first game and 2nd game every night. With the Lit, I would move right and get no length as it would hook to early and go to the nose. I would then move left and it would either get hung up with a flat ten or hit pocket with a ringing ten. Poor carry. I would then move far left and go wide to see it struggle and leave wash outs or go inside and tight for more ten pins. I am back to the Swerve enjoying much more success than the Lit ever delivered.