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All roads have been explored when looking for the technology to make up the Storm All-Road mid-performance bowling ball. The Inverted Fe2 weight block technology used in this ball allows more energy to be transfered to the pins. The NRG Hybrid reactive coverstock is unique and enhances the traction of the ball due to the Nano additive.
All Road is the newest family member to the HyRoad Family. With the HyRoad core and the PhysiX cover, this ball is sure to make waves! The PhysiX has been the first ball out of my bag this season. With that ball being so strong and the next ball down being quite a bit weaker, I have needed a ball that will complement the Physix more. This ball has been the answer. With the cover having nano in it, it blends the pattern when needed while having that familiar HyRoad pop.
I am really the success with the current line! The only con is that I haven't been starting with it. I like to use it more as the ball down from the PhysiX
Layout on the All Road is 60x5x35.
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This ball, is a great successor in the thunder line. I picked up this ball, took it to the lanes, and immediately bowled a 631 series (220,201,210). I intend to buy more from Storm brand and more from the thunder line.
Considering the success I've had with the original Hyroad and Hyroad Pearl, I knew this ball would be amazing! I drilled mine 55 x 5 x 35, which puts the pin over my middle finger. I am a high rev player with a decent amount of tilt. I wanted this ball for medium sport patterns and league shots. The NRG Hybrid cover does the trick with getting it to roll a bit more in the midlane. If you're looking for a more powerful Hyroad, then this is the ball for you! Make sure you go to your local Storm VIP Pro Shop and drill yours today!
What storm ball is closest to the Nano10/20/2019 - By Lighthouse
There were several Storm bowling balls with Nano in the name. This would be closest to the Storm Hy-Road Nano. They have the same weight blocks but this ball would go just a little longer on the lane than the Hy-Road Nano because it has a hybrid cover at 4000 grit and the Hy-Road Nano had a solid cover at 2000 grit.10/22/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
can i change to 5000 polish11/6/2019 - By ben
You may adjust the coverstock as needed to get the desired reaction you want. If you go to a higher grit then the ball will go longer on the lanes and shift more of the hook to the backend.11/6/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Which ball is closest to the virtual nano gravity ball11/10/2019 - By Lighthouse
The closest option to the Virtual Gravity Nano is this: https://www.bowling.com/products/storm-gravity-evolve.htm11/12/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is the storm all road bowling ball stronger than the storm phase 312/1/2019 - By BC
Is the allroad stronger than the Hy-Road X12/8/2019 - By Ryan
which ball is closest to Storm Marvel S12/12/2019 - By Slick
The Storm Phaze II would be one of the closest comparisons found here: https://www.bowling.com/products/storm-phaze-ii.htm12/13/2019 - By Bowling.Com Staff
I asked you about the phase 3 being above the sonqi and you said they were too much alike and I agree. Would this ball be a better choise be low the sonqi? I'm tring to replace a timeless which at times was a little to early on fresh.1/4/2020 - By Fairchase
To get something that has a similar reaction to your SonIQ I would actually suggest the Storm Match Up Pearl Black/Orange/Silver as a good compliment. They both have pearl coverstocks and the same finish so they will have similar reactions but the Match Up Pearl is better suited for medium to lighter oil and you can use the SonIQ for medium to some heavy oil.1/9/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Free shipment, Is it only in your country?1/10/2020 - By Aod
Ground Shipping is ALWAYS free in the USA (except Alaska, Hawaii, and APO or FPO addresses), no matter how many items you order, no matter the weight, no matter the distance. If you are outside the United States then there would be a shipping fee which will be calculated during your checkout.1/10/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is 13lbs ball All Road ..still hook good..I'm a rookie bowler..please! Help..thank you much! Senior 66year old..1/22/2020 - By Manny
Yes, the 13lbs ball does have a slightly different weight block but you still get the same coverstock and the performance will be very similar.1/23/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Is this ball close the fire road1/24/2020 - By Jr86
Actually the Storm Hy-Road Pearl would probably be a little closer comparison to the Fire Road because they both were a pearl cover with a 1500 grit polished finish.1/29/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What new storm ball is an improvement on the storm crossroads3/2/2020 - By Jerry
The Storm Hy-Road would be the closest option to the Crossroad. The All Road is the latest in this "Road" line but it would read earlier and smoother than the Crossroad would have out of the box.3/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
Would this bowling ball be good to replace my Roto Grip Hot Cell in my arsenal.5/5/2020 - By BC
The Hot Cell was a urethane ball with a high performance weight block which is pretty hard to replace. The Storm Pitch series is the only Storm urethane option currently so you may prefer an option like that.5/6/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
When the Storm Phaze 3 becomes to strong, will this ball be a good choice to ball with after it?5/26/2020 - By BC
I would not recommend the All Road as a good ball to switch to after using the Phaze 3 just because the Phaze 3 would get more length and the All Road is going to read a little earlier on the lanes. If you had a Phaze II then the All Road would be a good compliment to go down to but for the Phaze 3 it would be better to get something that still gives you a later break. The new ball coming out called the Electrify Pearl would be a good option to checkout.5/27/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff