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Check Out These Brands
Pre-order the latest bowling balls today from BowlerX.com. Our favorite brands include:
Brunswick – One of the oldest bowling companies in the world, Brunswick has been making bowling balls since the 1880s.
Ebonite – The company, which also produces the Hammer and Columbia brands, designs balls for virtually every kind of player, catering to beginners and professional players alike.
Motiv– The company has been making bowling balls since the 1990s, with graphics that get a lot of attention.
Roto Grip – Since it was founded in 1955, Roto Grip has been an innovator in the bowling ball industry, producing high performance balls that BowlerX.com customers love
Storm – They released their first bowling ball in the 1990s and have been going strong ever since. Storm balls are used by many professional bowlers.
Coverstock Options & How They Perform
While you’re waiting until the newest releases are announced, it may be a good time to think about coverstocks that could help your game. The primary coverstocks used today are plastic, urethane and reactive resin.
Polyester/Plastic: Polyester, also known as plastic, is commonly used for beginner balls and spare balls. It is designed to create little friction between ball and lane. Because of the low friction, the ball is less likely to hook off course when you’re trying to pick up spares, offering a straight shot with
Urethane: This material is used for beginner to intermediate balls. The ball will react relatively early when rolling it down lane, is easier to angle, and has higher hook potential than a polyester ball. Urethane balls are popular for specialty and opening rolls because of their versatility and durability.
Reactive Resin: This material creates an immense amount of friction, making them ideal for complicated spins and hook shots. The downside is that they are more susceptible to lane imperfections and may go off course even if you rolled it well. Reactive resin balls are best handled by skilled bowlers.
The bottom line is that it can be ideal to have a nice mixture of each coverstock to match up to what you may be bowling on. Instead of always buying the newest high-performance ball every time one comes out, consider rounding out your arsenal to help improve your scores.
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