Storm Infinite Physix Bowling Ball Reaction Video Review

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Check out Tony Ruocco & Kevin Kinslow testing the latest Storm release, Infinite Physix!

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Break all limits with Infinite Physix from Storm Bowling.

Against all odds, Storm Bowling is back with another monster piece… Meet Infinite Physix. Featuring the Atomic asymmetric core, as previously seen in the line, you can expect this low RG/high differential shape to roll strong and retain all of that energy for the backend.

Wrapped in the ReX Pearl reactive coverstock, finished at 4000-grit Abralon, Infinite Physix will handle medium to heavy lane conditions with optimal controllability and traction.
Here's what Storm has to say about Infinite Physix:
The Infinite PhysiX is destined to get the bowling world’s attention. When you craft vivacity with the same detail you craft performance, you create the Storm Premier Line. They’re more than mere bowling balls. They deliver motion with style. Entry angle with carry. We wouldn’t let it leave our proving grounds if it were any other way. Born from a place of refinement and obsessively honed on the lanes, they come from somewhere else – so they feel like nothing else. - 20 Years Online - Free Shipping Every Item Every Day

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4 Comments on “ Storm Infinite Physix Bowling Ball Reaction Video Review”

  1. Normally I’m really excited for your videos but this one was rough. Hard to see the reaction of the with the cosmic bowling or whatever was going on with the lights. Just seemed rushed :/ you guys are really awesome though hope you’re doing good.

  2. Is the oil pattern information (38ft THS) accurate? With this strong a ball, it seems odd that Ruocco’s hitting the pocket light when the ball is ~21 at the arrows with a break point of ~14 so far down the lane. Pattern looks quite a bit longer than the regular 38ft.

    1. Hey Kenneth! The pair that we filmed these on had quite a bit of carrydown. Tony was also throwing a bit slower than usual because of a slick approach. You are absolutely correct that with Tony’s normal speed on fresh, this ball would be hitting a bit harder. We will work on getting more accurate footage on our next set of videos! Thank you for your feedback!

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