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Why be normal when you can be an Outcast? The DV8 Outcast bowling balls feature the performance Outcast core smothered with the Class 1 Reactive coverstock. Then, it is finished off with a Royal Shine Polish to deliver a ball that skids through the front of the lane and gives a controllable hook on the backend through the pins on light to medium lane conditions. Plus, DV8 is throwing in a free shoulder sack that will hold your ball, a pair of shoes, and a few accessories. Wow!
THE OUTCAST PUSHED INCREDIBLY FAR DOWN THE LANE BEFORE MAKING A NICE CONTROLLED MOVE TO THE POCKET. I NEVER WORRIED ABOUT THE BALL WANTING TO CHECK UP EVEN THE LEAST BIT EARLY ON THE DRY (KINDA SPOTTY) OUTSIDES OF THE LANE. THE MOVE TO THE POCKET IS VERY PREDICTABLE AND CONSISTENT, WHICH, MAKES THIS BALL PERFECT FOR DRY LANES. THE BALL MAINTAINS ENERGY VERY NICELY THROUGH THE PINS AND MANAGES TO STILL THROW SOME AROUND THE DECK ON LIGHTER POCKET HITS.
I love this ball. I've thrown it on bone dry lanes and heavy oil lanes, and all I need is slight adjustments to get it to the pocket the same. I'm a low rev 14.5 mph speed player, and this reacted a lot more than expected. "Entry Level" haha I threw my best game with it.
This ball will help me improve my average alot. the feel of it when releasing it feels amazing and very smooth when hitting the pins
I drilled my Outcast with a layout of 100x4 1/4x55 which puts the pin right in my ring finger, with no weight hole. I use this layout when I want a ball to control the backend and smooth off over/under. This is my go to layout on house shots. The Outcast can handle far more oil than DV8 lets on. It is the perfect house shot ball in my opinion. It is able to handle the volume in the middle, while not over reacting when it gets to the dry backend or outside. Because of the layout I used, it struggles to open the lane up, however, that was not my intent with the Outcast.On a medium oil house shot I was able to easily play the track area with the Outcast. It was strong enough to handle the volume, but smooth enough to give me the miss room needed on wet/dry house shots. The Outcast provides a heavy roll that I usually don't see out of low end balls. The thing I like most about the Outcast is how controllable it is. Low end balls are typically very quick off friction and very sensitive to oil, but the Outcast doesn't seem to be either of those. It is very smooth off the backend, but can also handle a decent amount of oil. The Outcast is a great ball for anyone looking to buy their first bowling ball, or someone looking for a controllable ball for when a pattern becomes sketchy.
This is Doug Cutler and I am a DV8 Regional StafferThe drilling I did for the Outcast is the Pin above my Ring Finger and the CG kicked out a little. The pin is 2-3" pin. The surface is the same as out of the box.The oil pattern I used for the Ball review is on the PBA Cheetah.The outcast is such a great ball and I love when I can stay way left and play the ditch and play up the boards and this ball does this for me. Even though this is a ball that is lower end ball, this ball hits so hard and keeps the pins low. If you have a young kid that wants to get ball that is a step up from a plastic ball this is the ball you need and you can choose from 3 different colors. Also you get a bag to come with the ball and what other ball gives you that. I have also used this on any short pattern, or on a Typical House Shot. This ball is really smooth through the heads and still keeps a good amount of back end reaction on the back. On the Cheetah pattern this year when we bowled in league for 2 the weeks I did not shoot under 750.The thing I like most about the Outcast is how controllable it is. Low end balls are typically very quick off friction and very sensitive to oil, but the Outcast doesn't seem to be either of those. It is very smooth off the backend, but can also handle a decent amount of oil. The Outcast is a great ball for anyone looking to buy their first bowling ball, or someone looking for a controllable ball for when a pattern becomes sketchy.You can get these now at your Local Pro Shop!!! You will not be disappointed with this ball and the 3 colors are awesome also.Thank you DV8 for making another great ball this is needed so much in your line."TONIGHT WE BOWL"Doug CutlerDV8 Regional StafferPBA Regional Champion
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