Storm Spectre Bowling Ball Review – Great House Shot Bowling Ball

Storm Spectre Ball Review! This Is Now THE House Shot Killer Bowling Ball!

Today we are reviewing Storms latest symmetrical pearl bowling ball the Spectre! The Storm Spectre features a strong core and pearl cover combo that will be a house shots worst nightmare!

Storm Spectre Bowling Ball

There is a certain level of expectation that comes with drilling up a new Storm bowling ball. You expect it to have rich, vibrant colors and a pleasant fragrance. You expect it to ignore the heads which often gets worn and dry, especially late in the day. You expect it to turn the corner and charge aggressively through the pocket. You expect it to carry the corner pins, and everything else for that matter. But if you think your expectations are high, you should see ours. Know that each Storm bowling ball is a result from decades of smart design and continuous innovation. From the moment you drill up a Storm ball, you are sure to feel the power inside.

The cutting-edge Vector Core

The cutting-edge Vector Core was designed to be used by the most scrutinous competitor. The mid-range RG should appeal to those who are fans of the ever-popular Hy-Road™ and Trend™ series but crave something in between. With roots tracing back to the Incite™, there’s extra post-drilled asymmetry built into the Vector Core if the driller chooses to use it, a feature unique to this design of symmetric core. If you don’t use a thumb, be sure to utilize the all-new and innovative 2LS™ system for no-thumb players to layout your striking new Spectre.

The development of the next installment of the Thunder™ Line franchise was always going to be a tricky balance – long-awaited fan fulfillment versus something genuinely fresh. The 1500-grit polished R3S coverstock gives you the control needed to attack each shot with confidence, knowing that you’re going to get just enough skid to push through the front part of the lane cleanly without sacrificing the traction needed to control the midlane and break point. Oh, and let’s not forget about the icing on the cake – candy cane cookie – the fragrance that makes the Spectre smell as good as it looks and rolls!

storm spectre bowling ball

Color: Crimson/Iron
Coverstock: R3S Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: Vector Core
Factory Finish: 1500-Grit Polished
Flare Potential: Med-High
Radius of Gyration (RG): 15lbs – 2.54
Differential (Diff): 15lbs – 0.050
Intermediate Diff: NA
Fragrance: Candy Cane Cookie

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