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14 Comments on “Blizzard Meltdown by Lord Field | Full uncut review”
I’m gonna do that cliché thing…..FIRST lmao
Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine sleepfriendd.Online Brünette und eine anderep Blondine. Es wäre unfair, wenn ich 4 wählen würde
JR, I love seeing the grips. Really helps us to see the ball transition phases. I always put white grips and thumb slugs in my balls for this.
This ball has a very, very good reaction. Very smooth and controlled. Looks like a great ball for us strokers and down and in players.
I catch a lot of flak for having white grips in my equipment, but for my equipment that is one solid color, like you said, it helps me see when the ball starts to pick up its roll. These California balls are pretty impressive
@The Train Why would anyone care what color your grips are or give you flak? 🤦♂
Too many bowling balls these days. That ball looks like monster
Alles sehr schön. Aber zuerst zusammen die Nummern 10 und 1. Eine emprutt.ONLINE Brünette und eine andereg Blondine. Es wäre unfair, wenn ich 4 wählen würde
Cool video talk tech bowling Jr Raymond
It will F with me to no end if I can see the grips, I’ll become less focused on rolling a nice shot and become way over concerned with rev rate, tilt, axis rotation. 🤦
I can see it having some use in practice.
When it hits the lane and when your fingers look like they are spinning at the arrows
I don’t know if you have a video on it but I am looking at the blizzard frozen.
Definitely doesn’t match my eye but looks good when it hits the dry
The motion from these California bowling balls is pretty dang impressive. Seems like a lot of their equipment with some surface still does a good job storing energy as you move deeper. Might have to try one down the line
The thumping is the ball getting back to the thumb hole isn’t it? It still thumped after the sticker was gone.