better? What do you mean? They're round, they roll, they knock down 10 pins.
Not to belabor the point, but....
One will be better for some styles, the other better for other styles.
One will be better for some lane conditions, the other for other lane conditions.
Even saying "dry lanes" doesn't narrow it down enough. Is that fresh oil, or thrid game of the night?
What oil pattern - THS, sport, short, long, red/white/blue, winding road?
Do you want a ball that rolls early or one that has a big back end?
What are your throwing specs - axis rotation. axis tilt, revs, speed? Inside line or down and in?
Do you bowl on wood or synthetic?
You'll find fans for each of those two balls right here, as they've raved in the past about them. The only way to know for sure if it's right for you is to buy it and try it.
And again, I don't mean to pick on you, but picking a bowling ball is a very personal thing. There's absolutely no such thing as a "better ball". It's just better for one person in one circumstance.
"If it ain't workin', you're either throwing the ball wrong or throwing the wrong ball."
"Follow the oil!"
"Dry lanes ain't worth a shot!"
"I love the smell of lane conditioner in the morning!"
current avatar is Gabby Hayes. Looks a lot like me!