JOURNEY! Belmo’s new colaboration ball with Storm Bowling | Full Review with JR Raymond

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13 Comments on “JOURNEY! Belmo’s new colaboration ball with Storm Bowling | Full Review with JR Raymond”

  1. You are correct, the Journey has a pearlized version of TX-16, the coverstock of the solid Phaze II. The core is the F-8 core of the Storm Fate.

    1. I’m new to bowling but it seems every ball review I have ever seen every ball is so called clean through the fronts

    2. @Lamar Moore The vast majority of the time equipment is gonna be like that on house shots that don’t have a ton of games on them. A ball that’s not clean through the fronts is not gonna give you a lot of strikes (unless it’s a urethane ball, those are designed to hook super early). With these ball reviews, try to think about them in reference to other balls thrown on similar conditions when making decisions on what to get.

    3. @Grillmaster But almost all “reviewers” also called the Gem clean. When the strongest, earliest hooking reactive ball on the market is called “clean” then the term has lost all meaning.

    4. @BornIn1500 tbh tho the gem does look very clean to us high rev players, its too strong for it to get any motion with us lmao, also I’d say the jackal ambush is stronger than the gem, just storm ppl claim they have the strongest ball ever

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