Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball Report Card by Luke Rosdahl

roto grip hustle camo bowling ball report card

Hey everyone, welcome to our report card for the Hustle Camo.  Storm Products, Turbo Grips, Bowler’s Mart, Coolwick, SRGBBFS on Facebook, and Royal Crest Lanes in Lawrence, KS sponsor the videos, follow the links in the description and end of the video to Bowler’s Mart for your bowling needs, that lets them know I sent you, my code Rosdahl10 gets you 10% off your purchases at Coolwick, and the SRGBBFS group on Facebook is your one stop destination for all things SPI, specializing in used, rare, and international equipment.  

Ok, apparently I need to explain the point of these videos again. 

I make an initial review, describe the ball reaction, talk about it, blah blah.  The report cards are follow ups, did I get the right read on the ball reaction, how often are we using it, what are we using it on, etcetera. 

If it turned out that I read it right in the review, not much to say, if I didn’t or if there were any surprises or it was better or worse than expected, I might have a bit more to say.  This isn’t a secondary review, just checking up, and in this one I don’t have much to say. 

The Hustle Camo is one of the best balls on the market right now period. 

It’s medium strength, medium length, medium friction response, but that makes it do all the right things in all the right places.  It’s better than the Hustle Ink, it’s better than the IQ Tour Solid, and while better is relative, I’m talking about the specific attributes that made them good or made them what they are.  For what the Hustle Ink did, this ball improves on it.  More consistent, more versatile, plays literally anywhere on the lane, but same idea.  If you knock the shine off, it’s in IQ Tour Solid territory but a little more shape, which is the one single issue with the IQ, sometimes it’s a little too smooth and flat.  The Camo has very similar traction, and again is more versatile, you can play more lane with it, and it’s also very controllable, plus it’s a hundred bucks, you just can’t get more ball for the price. 

I take it everywhere with me, Angel has one on the way, and I have people from everywhere telling me how impressed and surprised they’ve been with it. 

I need more time on it, but it might unseat the Pro Motion as my all time favorite if it keeps on this way.  Now it won’t replace the Pro Motion as far as ball reaction goes, but in terms of a similar idea, the ultimate bail out ball, if I’m lost and have nothing to work with, I can always always find a look with either one of them, or what I do find will be better than I can get with anything else.  With the Camo, now I have that option for medium to drier lanes, plus something that should just go on the rack first everywhere I go.  While I generally refrain from doing this, I’d recommend this ball without hesitation to anyone, even Sharon Weiss couldn’t make this ball look bad.  Thanks for watching and may the strikes be with you.  

roto grip hustle camo bowling ball

Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball

Built to provide performance for both the novice bowler and the advanced bowler, the Hustle Line of balls serves as the standard in which all other entry level balls are compared. So, whether you are looking to get your very first ball or looking to get a ball to fill out your arsenal for those lighter conditions, have no fear, the Hustle Line is here!

Engineered For – Light to Medium Oil Conditions

– Core: Hustle
– Coverstock: VTC Solid Reactive
– Finish: 1500
– RG: 2.53
– Diff: 0.030

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