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DV8 Verge Bowling Ball

$109.95

Solid Reactive

Symmetrical

Heavy Oil

Strong Midlane and Continuation on Heavy Oil

17

2.476 (15lb)

.049 (15lb)

Medium-High

Threshold

Inciter Solid

360, 500, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad

Navy/Purple/Crimson

10-15-2019

Mid Performance

DV8 Verge Bowling Ball

(3 customer reviews)

$109.95

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SKU: DV8VERGE

DV8 Verge Bowling Ball Features:

The Verge features a new core design for DV8. The Threshold core is a low RG, medium-high differential symmetrical design. It is paired with the Inciter Solid cover that was used previously on the Instigator. The Verge comes out of box at a rough 360/500/2000 SiaAir finish. The low RG core and dull coverstock get the Verge into the lane quickly, revving up strongly off the bowler’s hand.

  • New symmetric core shape – Threshold
  • Low RG and medium to high differential – for that big symmetric reaction shape DV8 has been missing
  • Strong solid cover formulation, Inciter Solid to produce the traction needed for a strong overall motion
  • Stronger finishing surface to provide longer-lasting performance results and more traction throughout the body of the lane without giving up continuation

3 reviews for DV8 Verge Bowling Ball

  1. Thomas Mongeon

    DV8 Verge
    Axis Tilt: 7°
    Axis Rotation: 40°
    PAP: 4 13/16 x ⅛ ^
    Speed and rev rate matched
    60° x 4 x 30°

    The Verge is a strong symmetric solid that helps bridge the gap between the Pitbull Bark/Instigator and the Frequency/Night Prolwer. The Verge offers a big round motion that helps smooth out over blocked league patterns or fresh sport patterns. I like that I can keep moving in and get around it as the lanes start to transition and it will continue going through the pins. Keeping the out of box surface on the Verge, I saw strong mid lane read and a smooth, controlled, arc through the pins. On our 45ft house shot, the ball looks great when I kept it in the meat of the pattern longer. One thing I noticed was the stronger finishing process seemed to last longer and not see lane shine as fast. Smoothing the surface out the surface or adding Compound or polish gave the Verge a foot or two more push in the heads while still maintaining the strong arc downlane. This is a ball I gravitate to a lot when the lanes get tricky. Definitely a strong benchmark ball that will have a spot in my league and tournament bag for a while. I can see this ball seeing a lot of use at the USBC Open Championship.

  2. Derek Kozlak

    DV8 Verge

    The Verge brings a new symmetric core shape, Threshold, with a low RG and med/high differential for a big symmetric shape. The Inciter solid coverstock gives great traction for a strong overall motion and with a stronger finishing surface (360/500/2000 Siaair) will provide longer lasting performance and more traction without giving up continuation. As is standard on all higher performance releases from DV8 this one comes with DynamiCore for better hitting power on those ‘off pocket’ hits and Durability Optimization Technology (DOT) to enhance the durability of your ball allowing DV8 to offer an industry best, four year limited warranty. I have mine with a layout of 80×3.5×45 for a strong backend motion. Me being a no-thumb bowler (I palm it) this ball for me starts too soon for league play so I added some polish to get it further down lane and honestly I do this to almost all of my solids after I attempt at box surface, in doing so I am able to use the ball longer during my set and the ball won’t lose too much energy as quickly. This ball really goes through the pins well on my house shot and provides a shape that I’m comfortable with not only for my game but also looks “right” to my eye. This ball is great on a number of tournament patterns as well. Controllable and predictable.

    Derek K.
    DV8 Regional Staff

  3. Bob Newman

    This is the first DV8 ball I’ve drilled and I gotta say it is pretty darn good. It has a strong solid cover so it has a big shape, but does not read too soon and burn out. It has plenty of power at the pins. If you were a fan of EBI balls I would say the Verge is very similar to the Ebonite Futura or Columbia 300 Chaos. I had those 2 very similar and this is very close as well. It has the same strong benchmark characteristics. Very predictable shape. I would use it on fresh, long, or high volume oil patterns. The navy and red make it a good looking ball as well.

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