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Storm Snap Lock Bowling Ball

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Retail: $254.99

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"Love the downlane motion and power this ball stores." - Mike LeViner - BowlersMart Charlotte

The Unbridled Power of Pearl Filling in the gaps - what does that mean?

This is a common phrase used by the top bowlers all over the world when they are looking for a ball in their arsenal that they need the most. The GI-15™ hybrid reactive coverstock found on the Lock is designed for the most demanding patterns when the oil is just too much to handle. We felt that the need to create a pearlized version of this monster was essential for the continued success of the Premier Line. The Snap Lock meets and exceeds this void we needed to fill. It will allow you to stay straighter longer without over-reacting when you don’t want it to. When the lanes begin to break down, the next best step for you to stay ahead of the transition is to switch to a ball with similar overall motion but gets through the front part of the lane with ease.

The R3S™ Pearl Reactive coverstock is engineered to do just that: get you through the heads without you trying to “trick” it at the point of release.

The RAD-X™ core will give you a smoother overall response to the oil on the lane with its low RG, fast revving design. When other pearls are too skid/flippy, this type of weight block is exactly what you need. Snap to the top with the Snap Lock™ by your side! Storm - We are “The Bowler’s Company™.”

Weight Block: RAD-X Core

Cover: R3S Pearl Reactive

Factory Finish: 1500 Grit Polished

Flare Potential: High

Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.48

Differential (Diff): .054

Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.018

Fragrance: Ginger Verbena

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