In sports we are always told to hustle well now Roto Grip is providing a ball that will do just that on the lanes. The Roto Grip Hustle 3TP was designed to be different. This ball takes a medium RG/ low differential core and combines it with the VTC-P20 Pearl Reactive coverstock to produce a ball that offers the best combination of versatility and control. The 1500 grit polish finish on this ball helps it acheive the length and backend expected from a pearl coverstock in the Hustle ball line when facing light to medium oiled lanes.
How does this compare to the hustle pow?6/28/2020 - By Tersetwister
They will be very comparable in performance. The only difference is the coverstock but the coverstocks are very close in performance so if you already have the POW then you would not really need the RAP. But if you were wanting to replace the POW with something that had a similar reaction then the RAP would be a great option.6/29/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this compare to Hustle ink ?7/11/2020 - By csmitty
All of the Hustle bowling balls currently have the same Hustle weight block but there are some differences in the coverstocks. The Hustle Ink has a Thrilled Solid coverstock while the Hustle RAP has a VTC-P20 Pearl. There is also a VTC-P18 Pearl on some Hustles such as the Hustle Au but that seems to be the only differences is the coverstock.7/13/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How does this compare to the Storm High Road Pearl7/29/2020 - By Puppy
They will have similar length but the Hy-Road Pearl will be a little stronger overall hook on the backend. The Hy-Road is also mostly rated for medium oil while the Hustle is more in medium to lighter oil.7/29/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff