DV8 Poison Pearl Bowling Ball Features:
The DV8 Poison Pearl is the second ball to use the symmetrical Toxicity core design. This is the same weight block that was used in the original Poison, but this time it is paired with a different coverstock. Instead of a solid sanded cover like the original, this release features the pearlized Toxin – SF formulation that is finished with 500/1000 SiaAir and Crown Factory Compound. The changes in box finish and coverstock give this ball more length and more angularity off the breakpoint than the original Poison. This is also the ball for bowlers who are looking for something that is smoother at the breakpoint than the Prowlers or Hitman Enforcer. Its pearlized coverstock will match up better on medium length and medium volume patterns for most styles.
Radium Green, you won’t miss this one on the lanes. Toxicity core found in the original Poison; there is no outer core on these balls. Toxin-SF Pearl cover for more overall backend than the Poison. Polished easily get through the front of the lane.
To reduce oil absorption and remove dirt from the surface of the ball, clean your ball with a cleaner designed for reactive bowling balls after each session
Derek Kozlak –
DV8 Poison Pearl
DV8 continues the Poison line with the Radium Green Poison Pearl featuring the Toxicity core and the Toxin-SF Pearl cover to go longer and have more overall backend than the original Poison. With a layout of 65x5x40 for a smooth and continuous motion, this two-piece ball crushes the pins. This is another part of my arsenal that excels on short oil patterns such as the PBA Cheetah and Wolf.
DV8 Regional Staff