Motiv Trident Horizon Bowling Ball Features:
The Trident Horizon joins the Trident Nemesis to carry on the Trident banner in the current Motiv lineup, with both balls sharing the Sidewinder Asymmetric core shape. The Horizon uses the Coercion MXC Hybrid coverstock at a 4000 grit sanded box finish. The changes in coverstock and box finish allow the Trident Horizon to hook more than the Trident Nemesis, giving the Jackal line a run for its money on medium volume patterns.
A solid version of Coercion MXC powers the impressive Forge Flare. “It is so strong, that some high rev rate players are forced to use fiercely steep angles and sometimes throw it over the front of the lane to use it even on fresh”, said PBA Tour Rep Brett Spangler. “It just makes sense to merge this phenomenal shell with a higher RG core and less aggressive finish.” And that is precisely the design focus behind the Trident Horizon.
“This thing is so fun to throw! I feel like it lets me do whatever I want to do on fresh”, stated EJ Tackett about the new Trident Horizon. Utilizing a hybrid edition of Coercion MXC cover technology, the Trident Horizon exudes strength, power, and incredible versatility. It digs in the oil yet still manages to continue down lane to a degree that confounds many bowlers.
- Utilizing new Coercion MXC Hybrid Reactive cover technology, the Trident Horizon digs in the oil yet still manages to continue down lane to a degree that confounds many bowlers. Tuned with a 4000 Grit LSS finish, it showcases more clearly the down lane motion potential of the Coercion MXC technology.
- To maximize continuation, the Trident Horizon utilizes the versatile asymmetric Sidewinder core. Featuring a higher RG and lower intermediate differential, it clears the front of the lane much easier than the more powerful solid balls for heavier oil volumes and retains energy to provide ferocious continuation.