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Radical Bigfoot Bowling Ball


Pearl Reactive


Medium Oil

Strong Backend Motion


2.468 (15lb.)

.053 (15lb)


Symmetric (DynamiCore)


500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound



Mid Performance

Radical Bigfoot Bowling Ball

(9 customer reviews)


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Radical Bigfoot Bowling Ball Features:

Radical’s number one selling symmetrical ball was the Squatch. They have made significant changes to the Squatch technology;  reconfiguring and reengineering the original Squatch core to produce a new and improved version called Bigfoot.

9 reviews for Radical Bigfoot Bowling Ball

  1. Tom Marlow

    If you were a fan of the Squatch will definitely be a fan of the Bigfoot.

    I drilled mine 75x4x30 and what I get is a ball that is very clean though the the front of the lanes and a show continuous motion on the back. I’m really liking this ball when the lanes are burnt up or a dry house shot. This ball will definitely be in both a tournament bag,a league bag and a sports pattern bag.

  2. James Goulding

    Radical Bigfoot Review
    Stats: Speed – 17.0; RPM – 335; AT – 19; AR – 55
    Layout: 5” x 40

    The Bigfoot is an updated version of the popular Squatch line, with significant changes to the technology that will improve and enhance the Bigfoot to a whole new level! I drilled my Bigfoot to get length with good pop at the breakpoint, and take advantage of the extra traction from the TP-1+ pearl cover. The Bigfoot also features DynamiCore for increased hitting power and better longevity. I have used it on a couple of different oil patterns and here is my assessment:

    39 ft. THS (typical house shot): The Bigfoot is sensitive to the big cliffs I see on the house shot in one particular center, as the ratios are high on the oil pattern. So, I made changes to the cover to compensate, and the Bigfoot was extremely playable at both 1000 and 2000 grit, making a defined motion, but also able to handle the amount of inside oil and blend the pattern as the night went on. I was pleasantly surprised how well it went through the pins, giving me more messenger strikes than I have seen from a symmetric ball in quite some time. I am looking forward to using it on more of these patterns and at different surfaces to see the true nature of the Bigfoot’s versatility.

    35 ft. Ballard pattern: The Bigfoot really shines on this pattern. It is a shorter, medium volume sport pattern that allows the best features of the Bigfoot to be utilized properly. I went 244, 255 in league last night, playing 12-3 and really getting the proper shape through the pins with the Bigfoot. I had taken the ball back to box finish for this pattern, and it matched up perfectly. I really look forward to using the Bigfoot on more of these shorter to medium length sport shots, as it will be one of my “go to balls”. This is a homerun here from Radical.

    If you are looking for that slam dunk down-lane reaction for your “go to” symmetrical pearl ball, look no further than the Bigfoot. This will be the first symmetrical ball out of my bag when I want defined motion off the spot. Available to pre-order now from Bowler Builders Pro Shops, and from pro shops everywhere on 3-25-2022! Join the Radical Revolution today!

  3. Robert Way

    Radical Bigfoot
    I’m a left handed bowler. My ball speed is around 14.5 mph. My Rev rate is around 275 rpm. I must say this is very impressive symmetrical bowling ball. I recently punched up this ball. The layout I went with is 75 x 3 3/4 x 35. The backend motion is very continuous. It not a strong ball off the spot. It is a smooth motion. The pin carry is awesome. And when the pattern starts to transition. I can just keep moving deeper. And it still continues to carry. I think Radical did a great job designing this ball.

    Robert W.

  4. Clancy DeGroodt

    The BigFoot is the best symmetrical ball I have thrown in some time. I appreciate the way this ball shapes he lane. I found when I missed out it saw the lane in just the right spot and when I missed in it gave me just enough hold. I drilled mine 60x 4.25X 30 In the case of the BigFoot core and the moment arms of the core the drilling angle matters now on symmetrical cores. The 60 degree drilling angle caused the thumb hole to fall on one of the moment arms and thereby increasing the drilled asymmetry of the core and causing a stronger roll and backend motion. I clearly saw this in the performance of this ball.

  5. Bob Moran

    Radicals new pearl symmetrical Bigfoot is everything you would expect. It was developed to replace the favorite Squatch line. With the Tp-1+ cover you will see an increase in the amount of friction in the midlane with a quick reaction off the end of the pattern and great continuation through the pins. I can see this ball being a favorite for all styles

  6. David Varner

    The next installment in the yeti/squatch lineup enter the Bigfoot. The people who loved the squatch probably don’t need any convincing to grab a big foot. This ball is basically a updated squatch appropriately named because it was designed to leave a bigger footprint on the lane. The Bigfoot is a couple boards stronger overall than what I saw with the squatch but has the same roll that radical fans obsessed over.

  7. Ryan Galli

    I had never had a Radical Yeti or Squatch but I am in love with the Bigfoot. I drilled this ball to be a bit more aggressive and continuous which typically means that I cannot use the ball once I start getting left of 20 at the arrows. But to my surprise this ball does still make the turn, which is rare. I won a nice $600 sweeper using this ball playing hard and fast up 15 so I think that makes her a keeper!!!

    As a comparison, I would say that this ball is very similar to the GB4 but more everything. More overall hook, more backend and more midlane read. For my game, I personally like it more than the GB4

  8. Jim

    The Bigfoot gives me the most shape I’ve ever had from a symmetrical pearl ball. It allows me to be deeper than my Midnight Blue Melee Jab. When the Jab is too smooth, I can switch to the Bigfoot to keep moving deeper on the lane and getting continuation through the pins that I am not used to getting being a lower rev bowler.

  9. Tim Martin

    Drilled my Big Foot with a 60,3 3/8”, 40 layout, I wanted a smooth and predictable ball motion. This symmetrical is a must have on tougher conditions.

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