Best Bowling Balls For Hook 2021STORM ROTO OVERSEAS SUMMER 2022! | IQ TOUR DARK GREEN * GEM HYBRID * HUSTLE CHILLI & RN!!! July 23, 2022 - by - 22 Comments. Chris Beans breaks down the latest overseas releases from STORM & ROTO GRIP! BowlersMart Website: Coupon Code: RANT10 for 10% off on your order on Coolwick! #squadrg #bowlersmart #bowlersrant
22 Comments on “STORM ROTO OVERSEAS SUMMER 2022! | IQ TOUR DARK GREEN * GEM HYBRID * HUSTLE CHILLI & RN!!!”
That IQ is only a 275 ball release
@Bowlers Rant yea sold out automatically
Wouldn’t surprise me if Reactor XG Pearl isn’t ranked higher than Controll Urethane.
What site are you using in the video? I’d like to check it out.
I’ll give you a hint: Korea
It is Iolite (Capital ‘i’) – Color: Blue, Purple, Grey
Thanks man cuz I can’t read 😛
I would love to have that IQ tour dark green. Of course it’s overseas. Well, at least storm has a Tropical Surge with almost the exact same colors.
Hoping the Sapphire Spectre is coming state side.
Am I wrong or are those 2 Hustles the exact same as the Camo and USA just with different colors?
Cool video talk tech bowling bowlers rant Chris beans
Great video Beans. I hope you get that chili red Corvette one day. Maybe it’ll have a button you push and a toasted PB&J pops up on the dashboard.
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You pretty much surmised the colors of the Gem.. Lowlite seems to be a shade off of Indigo.. which is a really, really dark hue’d Violet/Pink.. that’s the best I can do for you in description of colors in the range that you should be able to “detect”… Other than that, give yourself some credit for adapting to your situation.. you’re color-blind and have a GREAT channel talking about bowling balls, which happen to be…COLORED..!!
So keep up the Awesome vids and I’ll keep watching..
Thanks bro, and appreciate the comment & love!
Chris, let me ask something about the Overseas Releases. Does Storm have a plant to make these balls in a different plant overseas? Research and development for these balls is all overseas, too.
I’m not aware of any storm balls being produced overseas. Most in Utah, and some tropical surges were poured in Mexico at brusnwick plant