MSRP: $199.99
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Factory Finish:
500, 1000 Siaair Micro Pad
Strong midlane and backend
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The Aero fills a gap for Ebonite by offering a more aggressive ball for more substantial volumes of oil compared to the rest of the line. The core, cover, and finish on the Aero is stronger than the Omni and will be an excellent first ball out of the bag to combat fresh conditions and oil.  The Aero, Omni, Allure, and Stingers make for one of the most complete arsenals in any line. 

GSV-X Coverstock

Aero Core - The Aero core features the game changing, "Drill Anywhere" DOT technology along with the proven DynamiCore technology which gives more power at impact.

Ebonite recommends Powerhouse Clean N' Dull to keep your Aero performing at its best.




Category Value
Color Navy / Sky / Red
Reaction Strong midlane and backend
Coverstock GSV-X
Factory Finish 500, 1000 Siaair Micro Pad
Core Aero
Mass Bias 0.013
Weight 16-12 lb


Weight RG Diff
16 lb 2.516 0.043
15 lb 2.504 0.050
14 lb 2.522 0.050
13 lb 2.597 0.041
12 lb 2.593 0.041

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  • 4
    Very Versatile

    Posted by Nick R. on Feb 1st 2021

    This ball is always in my bag when traveling to tournaments. Having a lower rev rate, this ball has no problem digging into heavier oil patterns and generate enough reaction to throw the pins around thanks to the dynamicore.

  • 5
    90 x 2 ¼ x 45 – PAP 4 ½ -> and ½^ - Speed – 15mph – Rev Rate 380

    Posted by Christopher D on Dec 9th 2020

    I went with a short pin layout because I wanted a strong asymmetrical ball with a short pin layout. This ball is smooth, long and controllable at the break point with this layout. It can handle the higher volumes of oil on a tighter line. In those houses with more friction, it blends out the pattern great and you can open up the lanes without it overreacting.

  • 5
    Aero This Ball Hooks

    Posted by Kevin Nagasawa on Nov 24th 2020

    As An Ebonite Bowling Ball Fan I Definitely Found This Ball To Be Absolutely Remarkable...I Dont Think I Have Seen Any Ebonite Ball Stronger Then This One.. This Will Definitely Be A Great Choice For A Tournament Ball For When You Have To Bowl On Heavier Volume And Longer Oil Patterns.. Knowing From Knowledge From Other Bowlers This Ball Really Hooks.. So I Ended Up Drilling The Ball A Little Tame So I Am Able To Bowl On Medium Patterns As Well With Straighter Tighter Angles To The Pocket Due To Make Lack Of Ball Speed.. It Was Definitely A Great Choice Now I Will Be Able Use This Ball And Is Very Versatile With A Smooth Down lane Motion And Strong Backend Drive Through The Pins! The Backend Drive Of This Ball Really Hits The Pins Hard And Throws The Pins Around.. If Your A Big Ebonite Fan And Want A Really Strong Ball And Great Tournament Ball Visit Your Local Pro Shop And Order The Aero! This Ball Needs To Be In Your Bag!

  • 5
    Strong but Controllable

    Posted by Jon Rogers on Oct 14th 2020

    This ball reads the mid lane perfectly and doesn’t over-react but is still strong to the pocket. This is one of the few balls that you can have in your arsenal for both house shots and sport shots.

  • 4
    Throws around the pins

    Posted by Dominic on Oct 14th 2020

    I usually have trouble with solid asymmetric balls unless I am on heavier volume or longer patterns. The Aero is surprisingly clean in the front part of the lane with the motion being much more downlane than expected. The Dynamicore really helps with those off hits too. Definitely recommend if you are looking for a ball that will allow you to start a little further left than everyone else in league. You'll more than likely need to transition to a weaker ball but it is great for me at the beginning of the night.