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Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball

$144.95

Pearl Urethane

Symmetrical

Light to Medium Oil

Strong Continuous Motion

15

2.528 (15lb)

.035 (15lb)

Medium

Symmetric (DynamiCore)

U73 Pearl

500, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad

Black Pearl

01-28-2022

Mid Performance

Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball

(4 customer reviews)

$144.95

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Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball Features:

The Double Cross is Radical’s first-ever urethane introduction. The Double Cross features a new core specifically designed to produce unprecedented urethane performance, with an RG of 2.528 and a total differential of 0.035; the differential is higher than any urethane ball currently on the market.

4 reviews for Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball

  1. Bob Newman

    Let me start by saying I love my Purple Hammer. Throwing these two side by side, they were very close in board coverage with the Purple having a slightly bigger overall footprint. The Double Cross does have more flare and a little heavier roll. Basically it’s just gonna go through the pins a little different and sometimes that will be the difference. I like the Double Cross.

  2. Clancy DeGroodt

    The Double Cross is Radical Bowling Technologies introduction into urethane. The Double Cross has more flare potential than any other urethane on the market. I found this ball to perform great on the flatter patterns and sport shots. The increased flare allowed me to have the control of urethane but area and hit of reactive resin. As always Radical doesn’t disappoint!

  3. Billy Netzhammer

    Mo is rolling over in his grave!

    This is the first urethane ball Radical has created and it does not disappoint. The layout I used is 50 x4 ½” x 35. This is one of the more versatile layouts I use. This ball is very similar to the Purple Hammer. It is very continuous, controllable but can cover some boards. I was surprised that the lanes did not carry down as bad either. I attributed this to the amount of flare of this ball. In comparison to my Purple Hammer (same layout), the Radical Double Cross is a bit earlier and smoother. This ball is perfect for tough medium to short sport shot patterns.

    Stats: Right handed, 450rpms, 17mph, Tilt: 12 degrees, Rotation: 45 degree

  4. Brenden Sramek

    I drilled up my new Double Cross from Radical featuring a brand new core and a cover based from one of the best urethane covers ever created on the Purple Hammer. For me, the purple hammers are better just after the fresh, when there is a bit of carrydown and the backends become softer. So I was looking for something to give me more of look on the fresher patterns. I drilled my Double Cross with a 3 1/2″ pin to PAP and a 2″ pin buffer or around 40 degrees VAL and it does not disappoint. I practiced on 39ft Chameleon right out of box and had front 7 with it, this pattern has an extreme amount of friction in the front part of the lane and the downlane reaction is very sharp and this ball made the pattern very easy and controllable as i had a little room right and left out of the gate. If you want to drill this to shape a bit more downlane, I believe that it will have no problems with that and will be just a tad stronger in the midlane and smoother downlane than a 15lb purple hammer. This ball definitely compares to a 16lb purple hammer with the amount that it flares. It was impressive. Get yours on 1/28/22!!

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