Storm Absolute Bowling Ball
In most cases, an extra slug, or weighted disk, is needed to create enhanced dynamics, but the evenly weighted masses at both ends of the Sentinel Core upgrades this effect more than a single slug ever could. This ensures the Absolute will change direction and continue through the pins better and more consistently. This is the first single-density asymmetric core in the Storm line since the Lucid. The R&D team has also reduced the amount of weight block mass near the area where the thumb hole is typically placed.
The inward angled edges increase the intermediate differential prior to drilling and allows the dynamic integrity to be preserved after drilling because the thumb hole misses the weight block. The extra intermediate differential makes the Absolute respond to friction on the lane more effectively and won’t miss the spot.
The 2nd in the absolute series. Oil-resistant pearl material is used for the cover stock to enhance the stability of the trajectory. The unique shape of the “Sentinel-Core”, which is made of a single specific gravity, shows a straight trajectory in front of the lane, and creates a constant course change and continuity from the middle to the end of the lane. The back end bend is a strong arc trajectory that approaches the pin and turns smoothly with high rotational force. Even after hitting the pin, the trajectory does not shift and causes a strong pin action. It is also ideal for bowlers with low rpm and is finished in a product that can handle a wide range of lane conditions.
Storm Sentinel Core Specs
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