Hammer Extreme Envy

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What makes the Hammer Extreme Envy different?
  • Big hook and no stop on the backend
  • More pop on the backend
  • Everything about this Envy is Extreme
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Hammer Extreme Envy

Witness the power and precision of the Hammer Extreme Envy—where the lane transforms into your playground with a big hook and relentless backend action. While the inaugural Envy conquered heavy oil, the demand for an enhanced backend kick was met with Ebonite's ingenious response: the all-new Extreme Envy.Bridging innovation and performance, the Envy's signature cover embraces the infusion of carbon fiber in the Extreme edition. The result? A heavy oil dynamo that refuses to surrender on the backend. The redesigned core, a variant of the Launcher core with a slightly lower RG, harmonizes seamlessly with the Envy CFI cover, producing a synergy that defies limits.Prepare for the extreme in every sense—extreme satisfaction, extreme results. When an abundance of hook is your need, Extreme Envy stands ready to redefine your game, leaving you exhilarated and empowered every step of the way.

  • Color: Black/Crimson/White
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Core: Launcher LRG (14#-16#)
  • Coverstock: Envy CFI Solid
  • Reaction: Strong overall hook
  • Finish: 500, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • RG: 2.479 (15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.054 (15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Heavy Oil
  • FCC Rating: Total- 29, Finish- 9, Core- 9, Cover- 11
  • Manufacturer's Warranty: 2 years from purchase date
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: HAM60108009
  • Product ID: 14695
  • Brand: Hammer
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: High-Performance Balls

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5 Stars based on 17 Reviews
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1/19/2024
By Joe G Jr from Discovery Bay, CA
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme!

Extreme is an understatement. Great ball for longer patterns and when you need something stronger to overpower the lane. Definitely a must have for any tournament arsenal.

1/19/2024
By Joe G Jr from Discovery Bay, CA
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme!

Extreme is an understatement. Great ball for longer patterns and when you need something stronger to overpower the lane. Definitely a must have for any tournament arsenal.

1/6/2024
By Strikezone63 from Adairville, Ky
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Good control

Cons:

None

Best Uses:

Med to heavy oil

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Easy rolling, powerful

I purchased this ball back in December. This is my first asymmetrical ball, and I love it!! It hooks on the back end without me really trying. It's smooth rolling keeps it on track. The oil doesn't seem to phase it, it plows through it and into the pocket!! I also got my first 200 + ( 222) game with this ball!! This ball will always be in my bag!!

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12/31/2023
By Coyotebowler from Klamath Falls Oregon
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Early, strong, control, smooth, continuous

Cons:

Needs oil

Best Uses:

Heavy oil, long patterns

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Must have OIL!

Extreme Envy: This early rolling oil eater is a Monster on heavy patterns. The Extreme Envy is the most aggressive ball that I have ever used. When I need a ball to roll through the puddle, this is the first out of my bag. The ball is strong and continuous, without losing control of the pocket. I can keep the reaction in front of me on longer patterns without the ball coming off the end of the pattern too sharp. Strong reaction with control is necessary on long patterns and this ball checks all the boxes. The Extreme Envy is for oil.

12/31/2023
By Mike Romero from Monterey, CA
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme Envy

Hammer Extreme Envy is much better than the original Envy Solid. This by far the strongest of the envy line with a heavy roll but not as early has the previous. This ball has backend reaction that every bowler looks for. I really loved the Hammer Obsession Solid, and this ball is slightly less. I feel this ball is at its best on medium or long oil patterns. I’ve kept this ball at 1000-grit.

12/28/2023
By jkaseehammer from Hamilton, OH
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme Envy

If you are looking for a heavy oil ball, this is it. I drilled this ball with a pin up layout, 65x3.5x35. For me, this ball is similar to my Envy, but it isn't as early and has more down lane motion. It is a heavy rolling ball and for comparison, it reminds me of my Hammer Redemption Solid. I feel like this ball will work best on heavier and longer oil patterns.

12/22/2023
By Josh from Colorado
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Clean, extremely strong motion, midlane read

Cons:

Made friends too jealous

Best Uses:

Fresh oil and heavy or long sport patterns

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme hook for extreme conditions

When I saw this ball announced, I was excited to see what it could do for me on heavy oil and volume and it did not disappoint. It was the perfect stronger compliment to my Envy Tour for use on sport patterns that were longer, heavier, and on the fresh. The Extreme Envy is cleaner than other mega hooking balls, which makes it easier to get it to the breakpoint consistently, and it really moves strong once it gets there. This ball is my go-to on fresh sport conditions.

12/12/2023
By Dave from Wv
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme

This is hammers new big asymmetrical release. They designed this ball to be a little cleaner than the envy with a little more backend motion. The overall hook seems very close but you can certainly tell it gets a little further down the lane which gives you a more angular look. This is certainly a medium to heavy oil ball for me but I look forward to throwing it.

11/5/2023
By Daboys22 from OR
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Hooks, Not Early, Finishes

Cons:

Not unlimited hook

Best Uses:

Heavy oil

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

It Hooks!

The Extreme Envy is very impressive! I can get this ball back from almost anywhere and even if you miss wide it stills kicks out the corners. Most big piece bowling balls can lose their energy the deeper you get but not the Extreme Envy. In comparing this ball to the Envy Tour, both are smooth through the fronts but the Extreme is much stronger in the backend. Not only does it hook in the heaviest of oil, it still has enough energy to send the pin’s flying. Don't forget now you even get Hammer swag when you order!

11/5/2023
By albert from Oregon
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

good

good

10/31/2023
By Eric A. from CA
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

This ball hooks!

This is the most hooking ball in my arsenal. It is great to have a ball that I know will hook, so I can relax my swing and not have to try and pull the ball to the pocket. I have used it on both short and long patterns.

10/27/2023
By Richard from New York
5/5 Stars
Pros:

HOOK MONSTER

Best Uses:

HEAVY OIL

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

EXTREME TO THE MAX

If you are looking for that first game ball out of your bag ball, you found it! If the house your bowling on has oil, this is your ball. If you are rev challenged or have a higher ball speed, this is it! I drilled mine about a month ago and I've used it every week on the fresh. It lasts about a game or so before I have to switch. Ball is very aggressive and if your looking for max hook this is it!

10/20/2023
By Joe Somd from Seattle
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme Envy = Pin Dropper

This ball is very poppy compared to the Envy Solid. It’s amazing g how well it fits between the Envy Solid and Envy Tour. Length and pop and the pins drop. It digs in oil and continues hard. When I threw it for the first time I was amazed how well it stood up but didn’t stop.

Then you add the carbon fiber to the cover it just becomes a beast of a ball.

Truly lives up to the Hammer Tough Brand

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10/11/2023
By Bob Newman from Pacifica
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Hammer Extreme Envy

My first impressions of the Hammer Extreme Envy is it's a pretty special ball. I practiced with it against my other two big asymmetric solids, the Brunswick Mindset & the DV8 Hellcat, both pieces I like. In the beginning I found them all to be pretty similar, but when moving my feet left and getting deeper on the lane the Extreme Envy took over. Unlike most big pieces that will burn up and lose hitting power in deep, the Extreme Envy kept coming. Instead off flat ten or 2-8 the Extreme Envy kept running over the 8 pin. It stayed strong where most big solids don't like to hit from. I drilled mine at 65 x 3-1/2 x 25 and hits like a truck. In the arsenal!

10/10/2023
By Bryan Williams, PBA Member and DV8 Pro Staff from Plumas Lake, CA
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Unbelievable Hook and a Must Have in Your Bag!

The new Hammer Extreme Envy is a ball with hook unlike many balls I have thrown. The Hammer Envy Tour was the big ball in my arsenal that allowed me to play on oily lane conditions. The new Hammer Extreme Envy is another “Big Ball” with a much different look on the lanes. Like the Envy Tour, the Extreme Envy is very smooth, but the addition of the flip disc in the ball gives more angularity off the spot as the ball transitions down lane. The drill pattern in this ball is 40x4x30, which allows for the ball to be very clean and provide a consistent roll through the heads. If you were a fan of the Hammer Obsession bowling ball line, then this ball will not disappoint. I strongly encourage bowlers at all bowling levels looking for a big ball for oily lane conditions to consider the this ball. Check out a new Hammer Extreme Envy at your local pro shop try out one of the newest and hottest balls on the market today!

10/2/2023
By Gerard from Greensburg
5/5 Stars
Pros:

Strong

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Extreme Envy

If you’re looking for a strong and continuous ball then the Extreme Envy is for you! I usually find that the stronger solid balls tend to not finish enough on the backend. With the addition of HK 22, the Extreme Envy doesn’t quit through the pins. I drilled mine very similar to the original Envy which is one of my favorite balls in my bag. The new Extreme Envy definitely gives me a much better look on longer patterns. The motion allows me to move in and still have a strong predictable motion on fresh patterns as well as longer patterns. Another great ball for the Hammer Lineup

9/20/2023
By Sweetpea Bowl from Worcester, Massachusetts
5/5 Stars
Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Hammer Extreme Envy

Recently, I had a chance to work with the Hammer Extreme Envy- one of the brand new Envy pieces in the Hammer line. The new Extreme Envy has a modified Envy core (lower RG) with a carbon fiber infused Envy solid cover finished at 2000 siaair. I went with a little stronger layout with the Extreme Envy than what I used in the original Envy- 50 x 4 1/4 x 20. I tried at it box surface on one of the custom designed patterns for our Tuesday night scratch league. (40 foot, 26 ml, 4:1 ratio)

The manufacturer's intent was to create a ball for higher volumes of oil and that had a little more motion off the end of the pattern than the original Envy. I think Hammer hit the target in terms of their stated goal. I used the original Envy with success during PBA league this summer on the 2023 PBA Shark pattern. I think from what I saw on Friday, I would have had equal if not a little more success with the Extreme Envy just because I do see a little more motion off the spot. Either way, the environment in which this new Envy will see the best chance of success will be on high volumes of oil because the core/cover combination definitely wants to read early. I believe the Extreme Envy can handle various pattern distances as long as there is sufficient volume in the pattern. On the above pattern, it's clear how early the ball wants to read, especially due to the medium volume of oil. Because this pattern, notwithstanding the 40 foot distance, wants to play much further out, the Extreme Envy definitely blends out the fresh and doesn't jump off the spot. Personally, I feel this ball will be in play for me on patterns with 30ml of oil or more. I will also try adjusting surface to allow me to try it on a little lighter volume of oil.

The Extreme Envy is currently readily available. See your local pro shop for more information.

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How does this compare to the DV8 Hellcat XLR8?

9/3/2023 - By

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Hi Crosley, the DV8 Hellcat XLR8 would have a higher hook potential.

9/11/2023 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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How does this ball compare to the super nova

10/3/2023 - By

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Hello! The Hammer Extreme Envy would react earlier with a slightly higher hook potential while the Storm Super Nova is more aggressive on heavier oil lane conditions.

10/4/2023 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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What 14lb ball weights do you have in the Hammer Extreme Envy? Im looking for 14.10 thru 14.7lbs

10/14/2023 - By

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Hi James! You may request a specific weight in the spec request section or the comments on the final review page. We will be sure to contact you before shipping if we are not able to fulfill your specifications.

10/16/2023 - By Bowling.Com Staff
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