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Hammer Fugitive Bowling Ball


Pearl Reactive


Medium Oil



2.486 (15lb)

.052 (15lb)



Juiced Pearl

500, 1000 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound



Mid Performance

Hammer Fugitive Bowling Ball

(8 customer reviews)


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Hammer Fugitive Bowling Ball Features:

The Fugitive is Hammer’s newest mid-performance release. This delivers with a strong skid-flip motion and works excellent on broken down lanes. The Fugitive’s red and silver colors pop going down the lane, especially when it makes the turn at the breakpoint. The Fugitive features a Hammerhead favorite, Juiced Pearl, and a new low RG and high Differential symmetric core. Fugitive also has an orange core and carbon fiber outer to keep those Hammer fans happy!

8 reviews for Hammer Fugitive Bowling Ball

  1. Matthew Staninger

    This is a ball that gets down lane very easily with a more predictable shape down lane. This one will be especially good for those bowling in drier league patterns and those will lower ball speed. The colors also look great going down the lane!

  2. David Varner

    There is nothing mid-performance about this ball it puts in work. I use it on fresh medium oil conditions and at the end of a night on heavier oil. My pso drilled mine up during league so I figured I’d try it game 3 and went 299(9 pin) right out of the box and I was hooked. This ball gets down the lane with ease and don’t stop once it makes the turn. You can trust the ball and just throw it no need to force this one to do any tricks.

  3. Joseph Petrovich

    The Hammer Fugitive
    Just a bit of a WOW factor on this one. Was able to throw it a local Demo Day. The look that i had when it came off the spot was something I have seen in a while. Was able to get the ball clean through the fronts and the mids with a crazy but predictable finish through the pin deck. Crazy how good this ball leaves the pin deck. Not too many surviving pins when this ball was done. 🙂 A must for when the head and the mids dart to go.

  4. Bob moran

    Great looking ball with great performance. Really gets down lane with ease and has a Smooth predictable shape off the friction. Great go to symmetrical ball on lighter volumes or when the fronts break down

  5. Jessica

    I find this to be a very surprising and welcomed addition to the Hammer line. While this ball has been advertised as skid/flip, I find it to have a very smooth and predictable roll. It’s a great benchmark ball in my opinion, and a great choice to carry for both league bowlers and tournament bowlers alike. Perfect for medium length and medium oil conditions.

  6. Bernard Warren


    My first thought by just looking at this ball was it looks like a Doom…..hope it rolls like one! This is my favorite release at this point from the 3 balls release from Hammer bowling in Feb2020. Put a layout of 70×3 1/8×80 which has been my favorite layout going back to the Gauntlet release in febof 2017. Had huge success with this ball out the gate. Pearl surfaces out of box can be tricking for me. So give this ball a 3 game test run and by the middle of game 2 it was no doubt that this was a homerun ball for me. 2 300’s in the same week and a low set of 738 for the first 4 weeks made this ball a mainstay in my bag. Clean through the fronts yet has a strong midlane read that allows you not have to help the ball get through the pins. Based on the bowler and layout this could be a very strong skid flip ball. BUT this is a ball that allows you to open up the lane and the ball not quick. Even when the heads and mids get swirly you still will have control over the direction and downlane motion off the spot

  7. Adam Barta

    What a great ball. This is a heavier rolling pearl ball but still gets through the front part of the lane very clean and still has a good reaction off the back that continues very well. I feel that this ball is best with a higher pin placement unless you want to see an earlier hook/motion to the pocket. This ball is much better when there is some friction/hook on the lane. I would not suggest using this on a longer or heavier oil pattern.

  8. Joe Goldstein, Sr.

    I love the way the Fugitive Pearl reacts off the spot with a snappy skid-flip movement that I’m usually not a fan of but the ease of getting it down the lane when they get burnt changed my outlook on that motion. The coloration is attractive and a definite eye catcher. Definitely gonna make a big hit when this COVID-19 lockdown lets up and we can return to what we love to do.

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