To me this is nothing other than EBI cores.If your bringing the brand back use some of Dynothanes old successfu cores back.I had my first 800 in the 90s with the XTC.Great ball would love to find another.Just another attempt for Bowlersmart to make some fast cash like they do with the Vibes.I bought into the AZO and bought a Cheater on the cheap.Seemed like a Storm ball to me.Nothing special.
My favorite ball of all time is the DynoThane Concept XXXtra, made by Columbia. I still have one 15 lb. left.
Hey, this is just Bowlers Mart trying to get into the game. Remember that the development of a new core cost, if I recall correctly, about $50,000.00. That's a HUGE cost up front.
Besides, many start-up companies have used a manufacturer's core and cover combination that was never used by the manufacturer. Remember also that many, heck, most manufacturers use some cores for over 15 years; so I can't fault the "new" Dynothane for starting on a known base. Hopefully, balls like the new Vendetta and the new Spark are also using new combinations of core and cover; so that it's just not a renamed ball from Ebonite's or Hammer's past.
(These cores are from Hammer's repertoire; I have no idea what the coverstocks are or from whose line they came.)
I'd prefer to give any new start-up company the benefit of the doubt. No need to commit to them until you see if they have something useful for you when you need it. It is, after all, an Ebonite company. They and their subsidiaries appear to have survived and thrived in this terrible economy.