The bowling ball for slow speed bowlers is a ball that is specifically designed for those who bowl at slow speeds. This type of ball is typically made from a softer material, such as rubber, and is designed to be more forgiving on shots that are not perfectly struck.
Additionally, the ball typically has a lower weight, which makes it easier to control.
The Infinite PhysiX is destined to get the bowling world’s attention. When you craft vivacity with the same detail you craft performance, you create the Storm Premier Line. They’re more than mere bowling balls.
They deliver motion with style. Entry angle with carry. Born from a place of refinement and obsessively honed on the lanes, they come from somewhere else – so they feel like nothing else.
Core: Atomic Cover: ReX Pearl Finish: 4000 RG: 2. 53 (14 lbs) Diff: 0. 052 (14lbs) PSA:015 (14 lbs) Right-Handed Tweener Speed: 12-13 mph Rev Rate: 315 PAP: 4 7/8 Right 3/8 Up Ball Layout: Pin Up 5 1/4 X 3 3/4 X 1 1/2 VLS 45 X 5 1/4 X 20 Dual Angle The Atomic core has been at the center of many of my favorite high performance Storm releases.
It has been fun to see how each different cover has meshed with the core but personally, I’ve missed the reaction I had with my original Physix. Many high performance pieces lately have been very cover-strong and I’ve been waiting for the cleaner continuous look I had with the OG Physix.
The REX cover is a perfect blend of NEX and R2S, and retains the best characteristics of both. For me the Infinite Physix has been a great replacement for my original Physix. It begins to shape in the mid-lane, but does not over-read that part of the lane.
It continues, and creates a good amount of shape, even on freshly oiled lanes. One of my biggest compliments on ball motion, is for balls which you can throw on the fresh but not have to get out of immediately when the front of the lane begins to break down.
The Physix was the ball I used to compare others to when judging that motion. Now I have the Infinite. On our high volume, longer house shot it is plenty strong to throw on the fresh, but it is so continuous you can move left alot before it feels like it is out of play.
As a PSO you’re always on the lookout for the ball that looks good on multiple conditions and that continues to match up well through transition. The infinite physix is going to be the “go to” reaction for your bowlers who don’t want to have to build an arsenal to stay competitive when the lanes transition.
The Physix line at Storm has been extremely successful over the years and the Infinite Physix is the latest piece that’s been released. Using the ReX pearl coverstock along with the Atomic Core, the Infinite is an asymmetrical ball that does not quit down lane.
To be completely honest, out of the box, I expected the Infinite to be earlier rolling. After practicing with it and using it on different patterns, this ball is much cleaner than initially thought. The response time is also relatively quick, which I love.
I’ve drilled one so far and love it. I drilled it with a 5. 5 x 4 x 75 layout. This puts the pin in between my bridge and middle finger and keeps the mass bias just to the right of my thumb. The Infinite has been a perfect compliment to the Gem and RST X2.
I’ve had the most success when needing to open up my angles and creating more shape because of how quick the response time can be. Overall, I love the Infinite Physix. It’s been awesome on multiple patterns, lane surfaces, and volumes.
It compliments the rest of the line extremely well and rolls extremely predictable. If you could use an asymmetrical ball that won’t quit down lane and also provide a quicker response time because of the pearl coverstock, the Infinite Physix should be the next ball you drill! #StormNation.
The Storm Infinite PhySix can be summed up in just a few short words…a stronger version of the IQ Tour. Despite the major differences between the 2 bowling balls (asym vs. sym, pearl vs. solid, 4000 vs 2000) the Infinite PhySix and IQ Tour have very similar ball motion.
However, the Infinite PhySix is a stronger ball overall. After drilling the Infinite PhySix and throwing it I had multiple people watching and saying how that looks like a stronger IQ Tour, I do agree! By far my favorite ball over the past multiple years, especially at the past 4 USBC Open tournaments my ball of choice has been an IQ Tour.
To see a ball with similar, but stronger motion was an enjoyment. For me this has been the best match-up of any of the PhySix line. Good on heavy oil and long oil patterns and even good as the pattern is breaking down.
Even though the Infinite has an asymmetrical weight it has a strong and smooth back-end transition, not snappy. If you like the IQ Tour and need something stronger or if you didn’t think the IQ was enough for you THIS IS YOUR BALL!!! I used the dual angle layout on the Infinite PhySix, 40x4x35.
The Storm Phaze III has the attributes of both an innovative core and coverstock technology. The fast-revving shape of the Velocity Core evens out the backend reaction without causing over-reaction. The low RG and high differential coverstock make this benchmark ball a go to for a variety of bowling styles and oil patterns.
The R3S Hybrid coverstock does a good job of blending the transitions on the lanes on medium oil conditions.
The PHAZE III hype is for real. You are going to want to get a couple of them! WEIGHT BLOCK: Velocity Core WEIGHT: 15lbs RG: 2. 48 DIFF: 0. 051 COVER: R3S Hybrid Coverstock OUT OF BOX: 1500 Grit Polished Patterns used for review are HP modified.
Pattern A: 42Ft, 28. 56 Mls, 5:1 ratio Pattern B: 43Ft, 29. 86 Mls, 4:1 ratio PLAY The PHAZE III was able to play both patterns from the inside and out with these differences. Pattern A allows for more movement inside and earlier.
Pattern B allowed the PHAZE III to move outside. Initially my thoughts on polished equipment is how consistent and predictable the motion down lane will be but from the beginning the ball made motion at all points.
4 games were bowled on each pattern and I had 2 other bowlers playing on the lane as to provide faster transitions. Pattern A: With the Phaze III out of box cover at 1500 polished it had the recovery needed to make the turn.
As transition began and I migrated to the left the motion continued to be consistent and predictable with a strong finish. Pattern B: The PHAZE III on this particular pattern didn’t like the inside play as much.
The beauty of the move right here was the balls ability to face up out of an arcing movement and roll heavy through the back. NOTE A: I introduced the ALL ROAD (Surface Polish) to see where the differences would be in play.
The ALL ROAD was earlier and smoother through the turns. This provides a good read as the pattern transitioned. It showed that the two could play well together to combat play as transition occurs based on player styles and ball selections.
NOTE B: One thing I really liked about the PHAZE III was that it wasn’t as long as the IQ Emerald nor did it labor as the pattern play migrated left and inside. LOW DOWN: Mid lane play to end of pattern play – The PHAZE III won’t leave you disappointed.
Don’t be fooled by the fast revving look when you initially throw it. It will get through the mids and still be able to read mid to back. #StormNation.
Weight: 14 lbs. Pin Length: 4 ” Drilling: 40x4x25 Pattern Length: 40 ft. Pattern Volume: Medium Pattern Type: THS and modified THS Right Handed The Phaze III has a light weight velocity core, symmetrical weight block, and is surrounded by an R3S Hybrid Reactive Coverstock.
It has a low RG and high differential. The box finish is 1500 grit, polished, but, as always, can be sanded to suit a variety of lane conditions. It is a beautiful Obsidian/Jade/Orchid color, with a nice Grapevine scent.
I have used the Phase III on a 40 ft. house pattern, and a modified house pattern in local tournaments. I tried the Phaze III, at the 1500 grit, polished box finish, and haven’t done any surface changes.
This is a great “go-to” ball when the Phaze II starts to burn up. It evens out the transition with a smooth back end finish. The Phaze III gives me a very clean mid lane reaction. I find it to have a similar motion shape to the IQ Tour, with a stronger finish down lane.
Being a lower rev player with ball speed around 14-14. 5 mph, I could go right to the Phaze III when i started to see transition, and not have to move in, where I’d normally struggle to get the corners out.
If you’re looking for a great starting ball, or a ball for the transition on heavier oil, this is a great ball to have in your bag. This is a great followup to the Phaze II in the proven Master Line of Storm bowling balls.
It’s a real beauty! Carol Teel Roto Grip Amateur Staff Member.
The all-new Surge Core, with a boosted differential paired with our dependable Reactor formula will give you the curve you’ve been craving for. Six exciting colors and fragrances will appeal to just about anybody.
Just received the ball today! Haven’t gotten it drilled! The color in the picture doesn’t look exactly like it until you get in really bright like! The birthday cake smell isn’t pleasant but the ball looks really good! Can’t wait to use this soon!.
Bought for my wife , 10/10 smell , legit enough to actually incite hunger. More importantly though, it rolls absolutely fantastic , very energetic on the back end far more so than the price point would suggest , my wife is still learning and even with a pretty limited rev rate the cleanliness gets her down lane and the cover and core always produce a strong punch.
I think it’s a great THS ball for anyone learning , at this price you can’t go wrong.
Storm has taken their knack for innovation and applied it to the Storm Parallax high-performance bowling ball. This ball introduces the TractionX7 coverstock in a hybrid version. The TractionX7 combines all of the best features found in Storm’s seven most popular coverstocks to date.
This coverstock offers durability, backend, slower oil absorption as well as versatility. This dynamic core surrounds the Aeroflo Core. This core features an ellipsed hole that is filled with lighter core material which creates a higher RG than usually found in asymmetric bowling balls.
A flip block at the bottom of the core creates a high total differential.
I bought this ball two nights ago and just used it last night for league. I had it drilled for a finger tip grip and it just RIPS across the boards. I was a solid 8 or 9 boards LEFT (right hander) than my Global 900 Volatility and it just slammed through the pins.
The Parallax is the newest ball from Storm with a unique Aero Flo weight block. Traction X7 Hybrid is the cover and compliments it nicely. I drilled mine 50 x 4 1/4″ x 45 and I was very happy with the ball reaction.
I compared it to my Astro Physix which I drilled the same. What I see is the Parallax is about 3-4 feet earlier on the lane and has more of a hook stop motion. The Astro Physix was longer down lane and smoother through the pin deck.
Given the new Aero Flo weight block, it implements older style drilling’s with balance holes. This ball is fun to throw and can play so many areas of the lanes depending on your rev rate. You will love this ball, and its a great ball for tougher conditions, as when it makes the corner it doesn’t let you down.
If your looking for a reliable pearl Asym this is your ball. Check it out today, you will love its reaction and versatility!.
Bring a new twist to your game with the Brunswick Twist! The Brunswick Twist begins the transition from the polyester precision of TZone into the entry-level performance of the Rhino. Featuring a high-RG core with a low differential for easy, controllable length, the Twist Low Differential Symmetric core allows for a very predictable and easy-to-learn motion on dry lanes.
Combined with a highly polished T-16 Pearl Reactive Coverstock, the Twist creates a mild reaction perfect for bone-dry lanes and bowlers looking to begin their journey into reactive equipment. Here’s what Brunswick has to say about Twist: Brunswick has a new Twist on ball performance.
The Twist creates easy length with a strong and controllable backend reaction on drier lane conditions. Available in four vibrant colors and weights 8 through 16 pounds. The Twist is sure to appeal to bowlers of all ages and skill levels.
Get pinpoint accuracy and show your style. The Bullet Core is a small-shaped version of the high-tech, two-piece core offered in high performance bowling balls. * Pictures are representative of the range of ball colors.
The dual-density Oblivion core is a complex work of engineering unlike anything else in the world. It features a massive flip-block to make the Ripcord Velocity come off the oil pattern as violently as possible.
And with a high RG and moderate differential the Oblivion core is dialed in for versatility on medium oil conditions.
This may possibly be one of the greatest pearl symmetric balls MOTIV has ever developed. Most commonly, the best pearl, according to the majority of the #MOTIVNation, is the original Primal Rage. The utmost strength and control in oil, but with an absolutely violent backend reaction.
With the release of the new Ripcord Velocity, we see every aspect of the original Primal Rage, but built upon and improved for modern conditions. The Ripcord Velocity coverstock, Infusion MVP Pearl, is truly what makes this ball special.
It allows the ball to maintain a clean look through the front portion of the lane, but does not get lost in the volumes in the middle of the lane, and absolutely RIPS off the breakpoint. It is truly one of my favorite releases we have ever had and I truly believe any bowler of any style, could benefit from having this piece in their bag.
The Ripcord Velocity has been what I have been looking for since the original Ripcord(purple). This ball gets through the front of the lanes so well without me having to try to push it to back of the pattern.
I drilled mine 60 x 4 1/2 x 25. The low val angles lets the ball read the end of the pattern quicker for me and allows the ball to continue its attack to the pocket. The color of this ball I love with it being my high schools colors.
I love using this ball as a good #2 ball when the lanes start to transition because this ball helps get through the transition so easy for me and allows me to start opening my angles quicker than most people during tournament play.
The next ball down after this ball is the Supra Enzo. The Ripcord Velocity and Supra Enzo are so good together. You shouldn’t leave home without both of these. KYE S. MOTIV STAFF MEMBER.
Another impressive piece made by the amazing guys at MOTIV. I drilled this ball up with my normal favorite layout (65 x 5 1/4 x 35) and just instantly fell in love with it. The ball motion out of this new Ripcord Velocity is extremely clean through the front part of the lane, with a very nice response to friction and this ball hits like a truck! I even managed to finally shoot my first honor score with it, as I don’t shoot high games quite often.
This ball is a definite keeper and I highly recommend this ball for someone wanting a ball clean through the fronts, with a nice direction change when it hits friction. Drill it with your favorite layout and you won’t regret it! Jason L.
Finally there is a compliment to the most successful ball in Storm’s history, the Hy-Road. The Hy-Road Pearl will give bowlers more length and more backend than the original with just as much versatility! The addition of the R2S Pearl Coverstock to the Inverted Fe2 Technology Core from the original Hy-Road will make this ball go long and take a sharp left at the breakpoint.
I purchased the Hyroad Pearl for those times when everything else is just hooking too hard. For some reason I thought it might be a little too much ball even with the higher RG. However, I was pleasantly surprised how far it goes on dryer lane conditions.
I use this as a light to medium/light oil ball. So far it makes a great shape for my medium ball speed and high revs.
Drilled out @ 4x5x2 again can not go wrong with a med oil ball for a benchmark ball to find the oil shelf. Lefty standing on 25, rolling over 15 board breaking @ 8, love the flip and it doesn’t stop, just constantly running through the rack.
I order and Lee drills it and it’s here in 4 days fast delivery. It’s my 1st ball out. Order from BowlerX. Best business around, hands down.
I love Storm bowling balls and this one is my absolute favorite. This ball does exactly what I need it to do everytime! My average has gone up 30 points in 2 weeks since I got this ball. Iâ€™ve been bowling for the last 7 years and while my average has increased, its never increased this much this fast.
This ball should be in everyoneâ€™s bag. Thanks Storm!!.
The Nuclear Cell is the latest HP4 line release from Roto Grip that features the ever popular Nucleus core. The Nuclear Cell uses a pearl cover called eTrax-P20. The color combination is purple haze, burnt orange, and red hot.
The numbers in 15lb weights are 2. 52 Rg, and 0. 056, 0. 018. My Nuclear Cell arrived at my house just days before covid-19 hit, and all bowling centers in my area were forced to close down. Now with bowling centers opening back up, I have the chance to use the Nuclear Cell.
Using a 5 x 4. 5 x 2. 5 layout to compliment a Hyper Cell drilled with a 4 x 4 x 2. 5, the Nuclear is cleaner with a more rounded continuous shape downlane. The Nuclear Cell is a 2 and 1 move left (covering fewer boards and closing down the angle through the front a bit) from the Fused.
The Nuclear Cell can be sanded to create earlier traction and more board coverage, but the reaction I’ve seen will have it’s time and place, and should just be used when the lane conditions require the kind of motion that the Nuclear Cell offers.
As I get more practice on the lanes, I will be taking advantage of many of the local tournaments that are popping up in my area. The Nuclear Cell will be in the bag, as that clean through the front, with a nice change of direction ball reaction is needed.
Every ball that I have drilled that uses the Nucleus core, I have really liked. This core is very versatile and can match almost any cover used on it. The Nuclear Cell is no different. The match of cover and core just seems to work.
The reaction out of the Nuclear reminds me of what I remember seeing from the original Pearl Cell. Thank you for taking the time to read my review of the Nuclear Cell. Now, OWN IT!!.
The Path Rising. Entry Level Pricing With High Performance Pyramid Technology. With ever-changing variables within the sport of bowling (e. g. lane conditions, ball speed, rev rate), this technology allows any bowler, from stroker to two-handed, to achieve peak performance on medium to medium-dry conditions.
Starting at the core of the ball, Pyramid Bowling offers a versatile ball motion in a lower price point – providing a good ball motion on a wide variety of lane conditions. The New Era 139 core offers a wide variety of drilling options, whether you drill the ball to go long and hook hard or drill the ball for strong roll and strong backend.
The combination of the New Era 139 core and the Path Reactive Pearl coverstock gives a versatile ball motion for bowlers of all skill levels. Out of the box (OOB), the Path Rising is finished with a 1500-grit polish, offering a clean look through the heads and a sharp ball reaction down lane.
Exclusive – Available in 3 surface options. You Choose OOB 1500/Polish Earlier Roll 500/1000 Strong Roll 500/2000 Pyramid Bowling ldquo;Choose Your Pathrdquo; USBC Approved 2013 Pyramid Path Rising Red/White/Blue Pearl Bowling Ball may not have ‘pearl reflect’ visible on coverstock due to manufacturing process.
This will not affect the performance of the ball in any way. nbsp;.
This is my first ball. I chose this brand because I’ve heard great reviews about it. Took it to my local proshop to have the holes drilled after they measured me up. I absolutely love it. I was so tired of using the old dinged-up house balls at the alley.
Most awesome was the fact that I ordered the ball online and without using any special method, arrived at my home THE VERY NEXT DAY!!! Excellent customer service. They even contacted me after a couple of days to find out if I was satisfied with my purchase.
I purchased this for my wife. She and I are just starting to get a bit more serious about bowling, and are moving up from plastic balls. So I decided to give this one a try. She now throws a hook. She went from no hook at all to whoa ! The guy at our Pro Shop was also impressed.
At this price point I don’t think I could have made a better choice. I liked what I saw so much I just ordered one for myself.
This is my very first ball and I have only used it once since I had it drilled, but it is already a great investment. I only bowl for leisure, I’m not on a league, but I still bowl 2-3 times per week and I basically bought this ball so that I didn’t have to use filthy houseballs.
Already I’ve noticed my accuracy has improved. Great price for a good starter ball.
This exciting ball provides the hitting power and flare the core offers and takes the Widow polyester line to the next level with full Black Widow images. Spare balls with a performance core have been popular for bowlers who want a harder-hitting spare ball or a ball for extremely dry lanes.
Never before has a Viz-A-Ball featured a high-performance core, and there’s no better core or line to launch such a fantastic product. GAS MASK CORE The Black Widow Viz-A-Ball features the original Gas Mask core shape the bowling world knows and loves and is combined with a Carbon Fiber outer core for durability and power.
This familiar core system is wrapped with Polyester and has a Crown Factory Polish finish. Hammer recommends Tough Scrub to keep your Black Widow Viz-A-Ball Performing its best!.
Just got the ball yesterday and drilled it. I’m a tweener and throw around 17 mph. No problems picking up 10 pins using normal release. The ball bounces off 3/10 split allowing me to pick it up off inside of the 3 and moves into the 10.
I also used it as the lanes dried up and was able to slow the speed to 15 and throw over second arrow and into the pocket. It clears the deck unlike other spare balls I’ve owned. This ball hits hard and sends pins flying when I cranked it up to 19 mph and tried some wider splits.
I’d recommend this for anyone and it already has helped my average go up. Great for recreational bowling.
I bought it as a spare ball, but I bowl on old style wooden lanes. So by the third game, the lanes are broken down and DRY. I’ll play this ball on every shot in the 3rd game. Second arrow and it’ll cut 10 board and break right into the pocket.
The first week the ball was on my wall it got attention from everyone that walked in the shop. Everyone commented on how great it looked. Within the first 72 hours it was sold. Awesome job on creating this ball.
It’s time to get Hyped! nbsp; Meet the newest line to the HP2 performance category from Roto Grip. The Hyped features the “Hyped” symmetric core, which provides more motion than the Hustles, but not quite as much as the HP3 line.
It’s the perfect “in-between”. Wrapped in the VTC solidnbsp;reactive coverstock and finished at 3000-Grit, this ball will provide a clean, consistent and versatilenbsp;read on medium conditions. Here is what Roto Grip has to say about Hyped Pearl: Following the footsteps of the versions before it, the HYPED SOLID is here to compliment the HP2 Line of balls.
Its VTCtrade; (Versatile Traction Control) Solid coverstock will provide earlier traction on the lane than previous versions making it ideal for just a little more oil, or, making it the perfect ball when the friction down lane seems unmanageable and you need more overall control.
This ball definitely takes VERSATILITY to the MAX! So if you werenrsquo;t already excited, now is the time you should get HYPED!.
Roto Grip Hyped Hybrid – 60 x 1 1/2 x 55 – 1500 grit sanded on SPL THS and 2000 grit with polished Ball test conditions: Practiced on 44ft THS on SPL and 46ft THS on older HPL The HP2 line just got HYPED UP!!! Knowing Roto Grip King Pin “Schlem” was working a making the HP2 line stronger then ever, the Hyped Hybrid was going to be the first I drill between the Pearl and Hybrid.
Knowing in the past on the SPL house I bowl in that pearls are NOT the way to play in or around the track area. The panels are super slick and the pattern is super juicy even with only being 44ft in length.
Hitting it with 1500 grit before testing the ball was the best decision I made. It created a better overall look then the Electrify Solid I drilled earlier in the season for there and not a “lengthy” as the UC2 and Zen I was trying to use there.
I needed a hybrid with a little stronger pearl percentage and that was easy to change surface as needed. It was very versatile on both patterns and type of lane surfaces. Adapted very well to the surface changes and held up through practice, testing and league.
Will keep it at 3000 grit to use for league and practice at Colony Park Lanes being the middle ball, and having the UC3 as the weaker ball, and Idol Helios and RST X*2 for two stronger pieces. The Hyped Hybrid looked really good for two other bowlers I have worked with that don’t have a ton of speed, ( 12 to 13 mph off the lane), and more end over end.
The ball for them ready all three parts of the lane really well and where they usually have to switch to a stronger ball in length in the 3rd game, they kept the Hyped Hybrid in their hands and felt very comfortable with just making small adjustments as the matches went on.
Don’t be shy of the colors in this ball – it is a WOLF in Sheep’s clothing.
60 x 4 1/2 x 45 on the layout Axis point is 4 7/16 over and 3/8 up. Revrate in the upper 300s, ball speed between 15 and 16 mph. I typically like to start at 15 on a typical house shot and migrate in from there.
Initial reaction. Roto has been doing a great job with color combos. The color of this ball pops off the shelf and looks very nice going down the lane! On to the review: I drilled this with the intention of being able to throw it on higher friction surfaces or to be able to play some straighter angles but this ball definitely has a lot more bang for the buck than anticipated.
First couple of shots after getting warmed up, I threw in the same spot as my normal starting point, not expecting it to make it back and adjusting accordingly. The ball floated through the fronts with ease and to my surprise, made it back to the pocket and struck with a thunderous messenger! This ball gave me a reaction shape that I’ve seen previously with the Hustle RAP but more pop down lane! I would say that it covered 3-4 more total boards with similar length to my RAP.
I tried some different hand positions and I think this ball performs at it’s best (for me) with an up-the-back hand position to gain a more consistent read of the breakpoint. It is naturally very clean through the front, so I did not need to help it be more snappy.
I would say that my intended use for this ball was right on the money and will find a spot in the tournament bag for those higher friction centers! If you are looking for something to get you a little extra added length and not sacrifice too much in the hook department, this ball will certainly do the trick.
To complement the original Timeless Storm continues their Signature series of bowling balls with the Storm Drive. This ball uses the R2S Nano Hybrid coverstock wich was designed to handle more oil at the heads and at the completion of the pattern.
This ball offers predictability where it is needed at the midlane. The Dual-Drive core continues to offer great entry angle. The Dual-Drive core is a weight block within a weight block. These two weight blocks work together to create a ball core that generates faster revving action and a greater amount of energy transmission at the pins.
The Drive works great for all patterns because it has such a predictable roll. I would consider this ball to be benchmark of higher end equipment. It will allow you to play your game and move in normal patterns throughout the night like 1-1 and 2-1 moves before your opponents netting you a better series thoughout the night of a better overall tournament average.
The ball is definitely an improvement over the timeless. Highly recommended.
Good things come to those who HUSTLE. The Hustle symmetric core, as made famous by previous releases in the Hustle line, has a medium RG/low differential making it the perfect combination for a controllable backend reaction.
nbsp; Featuring the VTC Hybridnbsp;reactive coverstock finished at 3000-Grit,nbsp;the Hustle USAnbsp;will shake, rattle and roll through light to medium lane conditions, providing control without being overly aggressive.
nbsp; Here is what Roto Grip has to say about the Hustle USA: Looking for your first ldquo;hook ballrdquo;? ndash; The Hustle Line has you coveredhellip; Needing a ball for those Light to Medium oil patterns in your arsenal? ndash; The Hustle Line has you coveredhellip; On a budget? – The Hustle Line has your covered.
This ENTIRE series of balls outperforms any other options in this price point on the market today. Itrsquo;s OK, you can thank us later.
Roto Grip Hustle Wine Layout: 4. 5 x 3. 5 x 2 Rev Rate: 325 rpm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotation Testing information: 40 foot THS (medium to light volume) Bowling Center: Fulton Bowling Center Kegel Machine – Brunswick Anvilane The Roto Grip Hustle Wine utilizes the Hustle Core and VTC Pearl coverstock.
I finally found my go to ball when the lanes are hooking. The first night out this ball showed me all I needed to see. The Hustle Wine cleared the heads easily and have very good hook off the spot. The energy stored up was evident in its ability to continue through the pins.
If you are looking for an entry level ball to start league, the Hustle Wine is the ticket. In comparison to the Hustle PBR, which I liked a lot, the Hustle Wine was a foot longer and more backend hook.
The PBR was more of an even arcing ball for me. The Hustle Wine is going to be most effective on medium-light to light conditions. I am looking forward to using the Hustle Wine in tournaments after the breakdown in lane conditions happens.
Visit your local Storm VIP Pro Shop! #Stormnation #SquadRG.
X-Small: 6lbs- Ages 8 and under, Small: 8lbs and 9lbs- Ages 8-11 and womens ring size from 8-11, Medium: 10lbs, 11lbs, and 12lbs, Ages 11-15 and Adult Ring size 10 or lower, Large: 13lbs and 14lbs, Mens ring size 10-12 or people with larger hands, X-Large: 15lbs and 16lbs, Mens ring size over 13 or people with extremely large hands.
Storm is MIXing it up with the new Storm Mix. This ball is recommended for the bowler who needs a colorful spare ball. Since this is a urethane you may also prefer this ball as your strike ball since it works best on desert dry conditions.
Mix things up a little and be the first to own the Storm Mix. The new Mix balls, available in two different colors, expand the Ice line with a new look and feel. The Mix, like the Polar Ice, features a durable U1S first generation urethane coverstock which is more controllable than U2S which powers the popular Natural series.
And they are available in lighter weights. In addition to the standard 10-16 pound options, Storm is pleased to offer both 6 and 8 pound options as well.
Bowled at this K of C Tournament twice in the past 3 years. Very dry lanes and needed a ball that would hook less than a Storm Super Natural. Bowled a 200 game with this excellent controlled ball. Will be a great weapon for future tournaments and Senior Olympic bowling.
Good for a 13. 5 speed in bowling. Ball was $75. 00 drilled from the Lansing Pro Shop.
Molded one piece rubber bowling ball eliminates the bonding process and is guaranteed not to split. Includes 2 sets of finger holes to accommodate all ages and sizes of hands. No latex. 5lbs. 8. 5 inch in diameter.
The thumb hole has a 0. 96 inch diameter and the finger holes have a 0. 9 inch diameter. The wall thickness of the 5 pound ball is 0. 35 inch.
The Storm Bolt doesn’t just identify a Storm bowling ball. It represents over three decades of tradition, a commitment to quality, and a promise to always roll better than ever before. The covers are robust.
The cores are exact. Because when the scores add up, the thrill of sending all ten back tells you that it’s worth it.
The 3 latest Storm releases will create instant versatility in your bag and cover a variety of bases for any lane condition. The Super Nova is the strongest of the 3 designed for heavy oil conditions.
The Night Road and Phaze 5 are designed for those medium conditions. For those that enjoyed the Proton Physix the shape seen from the Super Nova will be comparable. When battling heavy oil and/or tight conditions the Super Nova will be an excellent selection to manage that environment.
The Super Nova has one of the strongest covers Storm manufacturers and compliments this core very well. There is plenty of control with this high end asym and would be a cleaner option against the Gem which is earlier with more arc.
The Night Road which boasts a higher RG will be good for those early hooking surfaces early on or as a step down off the bigger balls like the Super Nova. I see this ball fitting in my bag on the early hooking surfaces so I can keep everything in front of me early on without giving away the pocket.
I have found the sanded finish provides plenty of blend off the backend as opposed to the stronger angular shapes we seen from the Hy-Road Pearl. Also, do not be afraid to polish this ball to create a longer more angular shape.
The Phaze 5 like the other Phaze balls does not disappoint. a direct replacement for the 4 the 5 provides plenty of continuation down lane when making its move off the spot. This ball will go with me everywhere I bowl and be that step down ball off the bigger asym or solid sym’s.
When you are looking to start creeping in and opening those angles up this ball will be one of your best assets.
Includes 2 sets of finger holes to accommodate all ages and sizes of hands. Latex free. Blue. 5 lbs. Approx. 8-1/2 inch diameter. The thumb hole is 0. 96 inch diameter and the finger holes are 0. 9 inch diameter.
Teamwork. Passion. Precision. These core values are installed in every Storm bowling ball by master craftsmen at the Storm manufacturing plant in Brigham City, Utah. A core’s angles and curves. A cover’s contrasts and surfaces.
Together these elements create an unmistakable identity, uniquely its own.
The Storm Electrify solid features the Circuit Core which is wrapped in the Reactor solid coverstock. The ball is finished at 1500 grit polished and has an RG of 2. 51 with a. 030 differential. This ball is a lot stronger than the numbers and the price point would indicate.
This ball has a quicker response time than I anticipated. The out of box finish made it very clean through the fronts, but it stood up a little to quick for my liking when it encountered friction. My intentions for this ball were to use it on the over cliffed house shots that I often encounter in my area and be able to play further out in the friction.
The quick response time made it difficult for me to stay right with closed angles. I took the polish off and left the ball at 2000 grit abralon and that gave me the reaction I was looking for. The ball still gets through the fronts and now gives me a nice slow arcing motion on the backend.
Don’t be afraid to drill this ball a little weaker than normal as it is stronger than you would think, and this ball definitely takes well to surface adjustments.
The Storm Electrify is a mid performance ball that gives me a much smoother reaction and less hook overall than the high end pieces. It’s one I can use on our house shot when I want to go straighter and decrease my odds of a ball jumping thru the face and leaving a big split.
This ball has the smooth circuit core just like the previous Electify pearl and hybrid. This coverstock is the Reactor solid reactive finished at 1500 grit polished. To me its on of those balls that clears midlane well and transitions to the dry with unbelievable control and predicability.
Very nice clean motion off the spot. Been most comfortable starting around 15 to 10 at the arrows and just bumping it out to the 5-10 area. It carries very well, and hit hard with great pin action. To compare, when my dark code is too much and need something a less, I switch to my Electrify solid.
My PAP is 5-1/8 and 1/8 up. Usually around 15-16mph, I’d probably be classified between and tweener and cranker.
Versatility. Continuation. With a brand-new core and cover stock, the Pride from MOTIV is the designed to be the perfect benchmark piece. Unique from anything currently available from MOTIV , the Pride fits perfectly into the medium oil position of the ball guide.
The new technology at the heart of the Pride is the Dominion core. It has specifications that place it between the Gear APG and the asymmetrical cores seen in the Trident and Jackal series. These unique asymmetric specifications leverage the physics of the Dominion core so the Pride can be used on moderate volumes of oil and higher friction than the typical asymmetric bowling ball.
Additionally, now that weight holes are illegal in competition, the asymmetric Dominion core will enable players to control ball motion more than most symmetric cores. MOTIV Tour Rep, Brett Spangler, said, “What’s so cool about this core to me is that I never felt like I was throwing an asym.
I get the versatility of the asymmetrical core, but the Pride never wanted to go too forward down lane or glue up too much in the front. To have the versatility of an asym without some of the traditional drawbacks is incredible.
” The Dominion core is encased with the latest reactive Coercion cover stock from MOTIV called UCS – Ultimate Continuation Solid. It was created by providing more length and more angle to the existing Coercion MXC cover technology.
This new UCS Reactive cover stock is the most versatile Coercion shell to date and complements the unique specifications of the Dominion core perfectly. Speed Dominant Bowlers Bowlers with higher speed or lower rev rates benefit greatly from asymmetrical cores.
Providing versatility in drilling and the ability to limit the skid phase for bowlers who struggle to get the ball to slow down is a massive plus. Balanced Bowlers For balanced bowlers this is the centerpiece to their arsenal.
The Pride is the first ball out of the bag and the one used most often. The controllable core and cover combination allows balanced bowlers to use the Pride on a variety of surfaces and concentrations of oil.
The easily tuned Coercion UCS Cover can also be shined or scuffed to allow an even broader window for balanced bowlers to use the Pride. Rev Dominant Bowlers For many rev dominant bowlers, asymmetrical balls are too strong to use on house shots and moderate oil patterns.
A lower differential and cleaner cover than most asymmetrical solids allows rev dominant bowlers to have an asym in their bag that they can use on many more patterns and higher friction surfaces.
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