Top 5 Storm Bowling Balls of 2020

What are the Top 5 new storm Bowling Balls of 2020 so far?

Debating which performance Storm bowling ball to buy? Look no further, we’ve put together a handy new Storm bowling ball comparison chart showing you the features and characteristics of the new Storm bowling balls of 2020. Compare the Storm coverstocks, weight blocks, flare potential, and scents of the bowling balls!

#5 - Storm Trend Bowling Ball

Coming in at #5, the new Storm Trend bowling ball! The Trend features the Piston Core and a nice Blueberry scent. To showcase the backend potential, we selected several variations of the Reactor family of coverstocks as they are the most responsive in the industry. As we worked through testing, it was clear that R2S was the best option for this bowling ball. “You want better carry? Then you need angle into the pocket. The Trend is what you have been waiting for,” says Jason Belmonte. And no matter what your rev rate or how many hands you use to bowl, the Trend will give you a quicker response, more defined breakpoint, just what you need to carry better.

Customers have rated this new Storm bowling ball a solid 5/5 rating in overall satisfaction.

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#4 - Storm Parallax Bowling Ball

Coming in at #4, the new Storm Parallax bowling ball! The Parallax features the Aeroflo Core and a Funnel Cake scent (Yum!!). Hale reviewed the Storm Parallax and said, “I was very surprised how much this ball hooked I originally thought it was going to be super clean with a bit of back end but boy was I wrong. This ball is not overly clean but wow does it store energy going down the lane. I found bowling a few games with it because of the cover stock I could actually stick with it for longer without killing the pattern. It just keeps going once it goes off the back of the pattern.”

Customers have rated the Storm Parallax bowling ball a solid 4.96/5 rating in overall satisfaction.

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#3 - Storm !Q Tour Nano Pearl Bowling Ball

Coming in at #3, the new Storm !Q Tour Nano Pearl bowling ball! The !Q Tour Nano Pearl features the C3 Centripetal Control Core and an Orange Glaze scent. 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.

Customers have rated the Storm !Q Tour Nano bowling ball a solid 4.96/5 rating in overall satisfaction.

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#2 - Storm fast pitch Bowling Ball

Coming in at #2, the new Storm Fast Pitch bowling ball! The Fast Pitch features the Controll XL Solid Urethane coverstock and Tour Block weight block. Balls in the urethane classification can be sensitive to the weight blocks put inside them. The perfect position of the RG, the proper amount of differential, symmetric vs asymmetric – these all play a vital role in the motion in this type of ball. Dialing in the precise measure of each was no easy feat, but we were up to the challenge. Urethanes are meant to bring back the breakpoint to control shorter patterns. But when the RG is too low, the end result is simply too much of a good thing. The higher RG, medium differential Tour Block weight block keeps the Fast Pitch reading the lane exactly where its needed.

Check out the Storm Fast Pitch ball reaction video below.

#1 - Storm axiom pearl Bowling Ball

Coming in at #1 on the list of new 2020 Storm bowling balls, the new Storm Axiom bowling ball! The Axiom Pearl features the NeX Pearl Reactive coverstock and Orbital Core weight block. Vibrant colors and fresh style. Tech that’s got people talking and performance that checks all the boxes. The Axiom Pearl brings them all together with eye-catching appearance and can-do attitude.

Check out the new Storm Axiom Pearl bowling ball reaction video below.

What are your thoughts on the top 5 new Storm Bowling Balls of 2020? Do you have any of these in your bag yet, or planning on adding any this year? Share your comments below!

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