The Storm Phaze V design ought to look fairly acquainted to bowlers. It makes use of the identical symmetrical Velocity core design that has been utilized in all of the home Phaze-series bowling balls, and it’s wrapped within the R2S Pearl coverstock similar to the Phaze 4. This ball comes out of the field with Storm’s new Reacta Gloss end. Every of our three testers had their Phaze 4 on the unique 1500 grit polished field end to check with this newest addition to the Phaze sequence.
Tweener was capable of play with a straight angle of assault via the entrance of the lane and see a really sturdy transfer on the again finish with the Phaze V on the recent medium oil check sample. His pin carry was fairly spectacular from this a part of the lane. He noticed little or no change to the oil sample and stayed in the identical a part of the lane for almost all of the session. His adjustment when the ball began to go somewhat excessive was to extend his ball velocity and keep put along with his toes and goal. This stored the ball within the pocket with out altering the angles and bringing nook pin leaves into play. He might transfer deeper and swing the ball extra, however that was solely a