Made of feather-light duraluminum, the Robbys Revs is a breakthrough in wrist support, because it conforms to your exact needs. The extended finger support provides maximum power for oilier lane conditions. Lateral adjustments allow your hand to be in position to alter the amount of forward roll and spin on the ball. Four forward wrist-cup positions allow for rev control.
|To determine your correct Robby's Rev I, II or III size, measure (in inches) from the base of your palm to the tip of your middle or longest finger. You should use your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed, and left if you are left-handed.
I bought this wrist support due to a carpal tunnel surgery. This gave me the support to my weaken wrist and allowed me to keep my wrist stable and to release the ball constantly. I can change the cup angle on spare shots. Its easy to adjust and very comfortable. The finger extension helps in a stable release. I have use this for 4 months and I'm still rolling the ball perfect. Only one bad issue is you may overroll.. I constantly work on good release and follow through my shot.
I use this product all the time while bowling...even when I throw my spare ball. I like the feel and consistency...Since I am a league bowler this gives me more consistency when I release ball..I have found that is ball is hooking too much just decrease cup and you are back in the game.....
Wasn't sure when I purchased this on how I would like it. Never owned any type of brace before. First time using it took some getting use to but after a few games I could really see the difference it was making. Love the consistency in the ball rotation. can easily adjust for different types of lane conditions.
Moved up from a medium to a large and to the Rev III from the Rev II. The index finger extension is a perfect match for where I was trying to keep my finger positioned with the Rev II. I had ordered the Rev II in a medium because my measurement was right at the upper limit. I had been using it for 9 months but did notice at times that the strap was snug into my thumb joint and I would have a slight numbness in my thumb. Stepping up to the Large the fit is much better.
I was apprehensive when purchasing this as I couldn't find anywhere in person to try it on and see how it fit. Decided to order it anyway. It is not the most comfortable device to wear, but it hasn't negatively impacted my game. I like that it keeps my grip, wrist and release very consistent, and I hope that I get used to getting my fingers in the balll, and using it.
How do you determine size?9/27/2016 - By Butch
There is not currently a size chart from Robbys on this support. If you have any other Robbys supports or gloves you may use that as a guide first. If you did not have Robbys, if you have a different brand of support or glove, you may use that as a guide. Or if you know someone that has a support you could try on this may be the next best option. Lastly, if you have any type of glove, even if it is not bowling related, you may use that as a size guide to determine the size on this. The support is adjustable to an extent so if you get close you should be able to adjust and get this to fit.10/3/2016 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How do I know what size wrist support to get?8/4/2018 - By Righty2lefty
Do they make replacement straps for right handed Robby revsIII10/26/2018 - By Ob
I believe there are replacement strap options available for warranty purposes and you may contact Robby's directly to get more information on this. We do not sell the straps here unfortunately.10/29/2018 - By Bowling.Com Staff
how do I determine my size of the robbys revs III2/12/2019 - By Ed
There is not currently a size chart from Robbys on this support. If you have any other Robbys supports or gloves you may use that as a guide first. If you did not have Robbys, if you have a different brand of support or glove, you may use that as a guide. Or if you know someone that has a support you could try on this may be the next best option. Lastly, if you have any type of glove, even if it is not bowling related, you may use that as a size guide to determine the size on this. The support is adjustable to an extent so if you get close you should be able to adjust and get this to fit.2/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Can you wear a wrist guard to help with sweat10/22/2020 - By Al
Yes, you can get more use out of this product by getting a wrist liner to wear so you do not sweat into the pads of the support but rather you sweat into the wrist liner which is washable.10/26/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff