Thursday, August 13, 2015

Storm Leaks Info on Two New Balls

We all have our own styles, our own games. And the ‘keys’ to better bowling are different for each of us. Some have all the speed in the world but lack the rev rate to match. Others have a great handle on their equipment but don’t understand which ball to use and where to play on the lane.

To help create that perfect breakpoint, Storm engineered a new weight block shape and surrounded it with a nearly-lethal coverstock. Remember that the weight block is considered to be the engine of the bowling ball. This new asymmetrical RAD-X™ Core is built on the same platform which powered other RAD™ (Radial Accelerating Disk) designs throughout Storm’s rich history. Its dynamic design with super-dense materials produces superior hook and ball motion. You can really see it rev up!

And when surrounded by the grippy new GI-15™ hybrid reactive coverstock, the new Lock is sure to produce all the performance you need when battling heavy oil. It’s textured game improvement technology in 2015, hence the name GI-15, that’s sure to elevate you to the top.

We, as bowlers, have figured out that we don’t always need to use the most hooking ball in our bag. It’s true. We know it’s a lot of fun to hook the ball coast to coast, but if we can’t consistently hit the pocket then our scores may suffer. And many of us, too, have games based not on speed and power but on accuracy and finesse.
If this rings true with you, then you might consider adding the new Storm Joy Ride to your arsenal. Similar to the original Ride, the new Joy Ride is also designed for drier lanes. So what’s the difference? The coverstock.

The Joy Ride features a lower friction, highly polished pearl Reactor™ material which limits traction between the ball and the lane, perfect for those looking to conquer even the most hooking conditions. And the new Cruiser™ core produces a modest amount of flare potential to help control your ball path as well. They work hand in hand to help ensure that the Joy Ride gives you the smoothest ride possible down the lane.  

There is no information on when they will be available yet, but speculation is October. 

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