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Roto Grip Critical

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Roto Grip Critical

Roto Grip is recreating the Critical Theory and putting a modern spin on it with the Critical bowling ball. The Triliptic core is versatile and offers constant motion to variety of bowlers. The modern 67MH Hybrid coverstock is finished with a 3000-grit pad and is a little stronger than the original Critical Theory cover. This ball is best used on medium to heavy oil conditions.

  • Color: Purple & Green Pearl/Grey Solid All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown.
  • Core: Triliptic (14-16#)
  • Coverstock: 67MH Hybrid
  • Finish: 3000 Grit Pad
  • RG: 2.49 (for 15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.058 (for 15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium to Heavy Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: RGBBMRCD
  • Product ID: 9647
  • Brand: Roto Grip
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Upper Mid-Performance Balls
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Customer Questions & Answers  |  Reviews

Question: is the weight block symetrical

4/9/2016 - By

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Answer: Great question! The Roto Grip Critical ball has a Triliptic core.

4/11/2016 - By

Question: What is a triliptic core

9/13/2016 - By

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Answer: This is an asymmetric weight block.

9/15/2016 - By

Question: does the 13 lb have the same core?

2/9/2017 - By

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Answer: Hello! Unfortunately, the 13 pound balls will have a different core than the 14-16 pound balls.

2/9/2017 - By

Question: Do you have 4" pins?

2/13/2017 - By

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Answer: Hi Johnny! You can request for a 4 inch pin in the blue "request pin/top weight" box under the weight selection tab.

2/14/2017 - By

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