Thursday, July 2, 2020

New Storm Bowling Balls to Hit The Streets August 7th.


With their large weight block volume and heavy, dense materials, most asymmetrical balls from Storm have a very low radius of gyration. But the new Aeroflo™ Core isn’t like most other balls. If you look closely, you’ll see a very large portion of the inner weight block has been removed to allow light weight core material to flow around and through the unique shape inside. This design creates a much higher center of gravity while maintaining a large amount of differential, both total and intermediate. 

Coverstock: TractionX7™ Hybrid ReactiveWeight Block: Aeroflo™ CoreFactory Finish: 1500-grit Polished


Benjamin Franklin’s famously quoted in 1789 that “there are no sure things in life other than death and taxes,” but he forgot a third guarantee in life—that in our sport, more entry angle leads to a wider pocket! And if you have been using Storm for a number of years, then you know that feeling you get when you leak the ball a little more to the outside than others on your pair and still get it to come back to the pocket! You know that feeling, and it’s a good one! It’s how tournaments are won.

Coverstock: R2S™ Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: Piston™ Core
Factory Finish: 1500-grit Polished


The premise is wickedly simple: create a ball that’s worthy of your time, energy, and dollars. It’s no mystery that the !Q has become a staple in Storm’s lineup of high performance bowling balls. Favored by bowlers of all levels all over the globe, anyone and everyone can benefit from the benchmark reaction the !Q series is able to provide.

Coverstock: Nano™ Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: C³™ Centripetal Control Core
Factory Finish: 3000-grit Polished®

These Storm bowling balls hit the street August 7th, 2020

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