Hammer wants you to make a statement with the Hammer Statement Solid High Performance Bowling Ball. This ball uses the high traction Aggression Solid CFI coverstock which is finished with a 500/2000 grit sanding. The coverstock offers lots of traction in heavy oil and lots of continuation downlane all the way through the pins. The Statement core in this ball has a very low RG with a high differential as well as a strong asymmetric core. This core design helps the ball rev up in heavy oil conditions. The design of this core places the majority of the mass at the bottom of the core which assists in storing energy. This bowling ball is Carbon Fiber Infused! Carbon fiber is one of the toughest materials on earth. Hammer decided to add this material to the inner core of this ball for added strength and durability allowing them to offer an incredible 3 year warranty.
Hammer has really made a statement with this one. The Hammer Statement Solid is a great addition for any tournament or league bag. Very strong and predictable roll. Easy to read the pattern with a strong and defined motion on the midlane and backend. Plus the carry is incredible. Don't delay, you need this one.
All i can say is this ball hooks..
I get great motion from this ball and really controls the lane for me to give me a good read on the heavier oil patterns. Even for how strong this ball is, I still get great continuous downlane motion with good energy to keep driving through the pins. For heavier oil patterns this is a must have ball in your bag.
The Aggression Solid CFI coverstock of the Hammer Statement Solid creates more traction than any coverstock Hammer currently offers. The 500/1000 sanded finish gives extreme traction in the heaviest of oils with great continuation downlane. The Statement core has an intricate design where the majority of the mass is located at the bottom which helps this core retain as much energy as possible. First ball out the bag on fresh oilier conditions then move onto the Statement Pearl to create more length when lanes start transitioning. Great winning combination! Make your Statement on the lanes today!
Hammer just made a STATEMENT with this new ball. Revs up early in the midlane to give awesome carry. The statement is made for heavier volume patterns , however it stills rolls awesome on league patterns. Completely different roll than any other hammer asymmetrical ball. The Statement is a ball the hammer line needed. The statement just rolls the whole lane. Very predictable ball motion. I can not say enough about the heavy roll and hitting power of the new Hammer Statement.
The name says it all! This ball is great in Heavy Oil and has great continuation. It complements the Statement Pearl perfectly. When the conditions are very fresh and oily, this ball creates the traction necessary for great ball motion. As it becomes a little bit to strong, the Statement Pearl should be your next choice. This 1-2 punch from Hammer is sure to turn some heads when these 2 balls go through the pins.
This is now the biggest ball in my arsenal. This cover & core combination make this a very strong ball. The ball revs up early in the mid lane but somehow still has a ton of power at the pins. I've only used this on house shots so far, but I see this ball being first out for fresh oil, high volume or long patterns seen in tournaments. It is a good 4-6 boards stronger than my next biggest ball, the Track Precision Solid and has a similar shape to the Hammer Rip'd Solid......only bigger.
This is the strongest Hammer ball I have thrown to date. Very strong cover and with a very strong asymmetrical core. If you have a had a hard time getting the ball to read the pattern or bowl in a house with a lot of oil the new Statement Solid is the ball for you. The Statement picks up in the oil but has nice continuation downlane without losing much energy. It's a must for any bowlers bag.
How will this compare to the black widow dark legend solid1/27/2019 - By Calvin
Hi, I got this ball last week but where I Bowl is kind of an old place, med dry pattern, then the ball as soon as the oil changes it start to react straight, the hook stops... could be because is ball for heavy oil condition??2/1/2019 - By mac85
How does this ball compare to the Crux Prime?2/2/2019 - By Honcho, Omega Psi Phi Spr' 85
How does this ball compare to the Quantum Bias?2/2/2019 - By Honcho, Omega Psi Phi Spr' 85
How would you compare this ball to the hammer jacked2/25/2019 - By Bigmikeg
The Hammer Statement Solid will be way more aggressive for its a high performance ball and the Hammer Jacked is a mid performance ball.2/26/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does the compare to the hammer first blood?2/28/2019 - By Tim
How does this ball compare to the Storm Pro-Motion?8/12/2019 - By Dee
The Pro Motion will only be able to perform best on heavy lane conditions whereas the Statement Solid best performs on medium-heavy lane conditions.8/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this compare to the Hammer Flawless ?9/15/2019 - By Rec
The Hammer Flawless is a mid performance ball with a polished finish to go longer on medium oil. This Statement Solid is a high performance ball with a duller finish to read more midlane on heavier oil conditions. This ball will have a much stronger hook than the Flawless.9/24/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How will this compare to Brunswick Nirvana?10/18/2019 - By Bowlingfanatic747
This would be a close comparison to the Nirvana. They both were solid coverstock with a dull finish to help them both read the midlanes well.10/22/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What is the pin to pap?11/6/2019 - By Hutch
Your PAP is something your driller can show you but this is not something that is listed on bowling balls. You may request for the pin placement which is the distance of the pin from the CG and we can find one that matches this request but we cannot know how far the pin to PAP will be unfortunately.11/8/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What year was the first statement made, carbon fiber fused11/15/2019 - By Speed
I did not have the exact release date but one of our earliest questions came through on Jan 2019 and we have a review on March 2019 so it would be either late 2018 or early 2019 when this came out.11/19/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff