Puma™

MSRP: $199.95
$107.95
(You save $92.00 )
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SKU:
PUMA-16
Factory Finish:
500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Crown Factory Polish
Weightblock Type:
Puma
Coverstock Type:
GB 10.7 Pearl

Ebonite Puma Bowling Ball

  • Color: Copper/Black
  • Coverstock: GB 10.7 Pearl
  • Weight Block: Puma
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Crown Factory Polish
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.507; 15lbs - 2.525; 14lbs - 2.543
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.036; 15lbs - 0.036; 14lbs - 0.036
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

Ask an Ebonite fan to come up with a list of the best balls in history, and the Puma always makes the top of the list. We could not wait to get this one back in the line. The core and cover have been slightly modified to work on today’s conditions, and the color is an updated and sharp copper and black pearl. This one will need to be in your bag when you’re facing broken-down hooking lanes.

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  • 4
    The Cat is Back !!

    Posted by C.Miller on Aug 28th 2021

    The PUMA is Ebonite's latest release in their lower/mid performance line up. This copper and black pearl beauty will give you lots of length and a strong motion, coming off the pattern.I found it a little too long and lightly scuffed the surface, problem solved! The Puma will be in play on medium to dry lane conditions, burnt lanes, and short oil patterns, for me.

  • 5
    Ebonite Puma

    Posted by Robbie Patterson on Aug 26th 2021

    60x5.25x75 Puma The Ebonite Puma is going to be a ball that is clean through the fronts and gives you a strong backend. I drilled mine 60x5.25x75, so I really wanted this ball to be my last ball in my bag, meant for longer tournament play, or patterns with a light volume of oil, around games 3 or 4. The ball didn’t disappoint, as I am easily able to step down to this ball from stronger balls like the Hammer Web Pearl and Track Strata Hybrid. I would highly recommend this ball for higher rev players, or anyone that wants a clean ball for later in the day during tournament play.

  • 4
    Ebonite Puma

    Posted by Bob Newman on Jul 28th 2021

    The Puma was a pleasant surprise for me. It is a lower level ball that has more bite than I expected. It gets through burned up heads easily but still has enough down lane motion to get through the pins strong. If you like a straighter is greater ball on the fresh or you need something to get down lane later in blocks, this is a great option.