Customer Reviews | 17 Customer Questions
By Cole from Pittsburgh, Pa
Great ball for all types of bowers
The new Storm Gravity Evolve gives me a ton of different angles I can play with all the continuation you could ever want. That big core gets it into a roll early but it never burns up down-lane. It's very strong and would be a great choice for all types of bowlers. Especially on high volume oil patterns. A+
By Casey from Alexandria, IN
The Gravity Evolve is the most recent Asym. using the legendary ShapeLock HD core. The Virtual Gravity changed the game. This time around, Storm is using the SPEC overstock that is also a game changer.
The Gravity Evolve reaction wise is predictable in the mid lane with a strong smooth reaction off the spot. comparing this ball to the ProMotion, which also has the SPEC cover, I see the Gravity reading the lane a little sooner and providing more control down lane.
The ProMotion is cleaner and more angular off the spot, especially after it gets some lane shine to it.
The Gravity Evolve is going to be at the top of my bag as something that I go to when needed. For me the First ball out of my bag right now is the ProMotion.
Layout on the Gravity Evolve is 60x5x35.
Balls that are getting some looks right now:
Winner Solid- 60x5x35
By JP from Stillwater,Mn
I would reccomend this ball
Just had this drilled.Used it only one night so far on house shot.This ball hits hard and wiped out the pins.Used to leave a lot of ten pins with my other ball,only left one all night.Great results so far
By Dunk300 from Missouri
Great No. 1 ball for the tournament or league bag!
Storm Gravity Evolve
Layout: 4.5 x 4 x1.5 Storm Pin Buffer
Rev Rate: 325 ppm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotation
Testing Information: 42-foot THS (medium volume)
Kegel Machine - Brunswick Anvilane
The Storm Gravity Evolve (SGE) utilizes the Shape-Lock HD Core and SPEC Solid Coverstock. We tested the SGE after league one night when the lanes were not extremely easy due to some carry down on the lane pattern. During league, the SGE gave me a reaction no one else was able to create, including me with my other equipment. The SGE is a strong, early rolling, ball, but with a defined hook motion at the breakpoint. With the SPEC Solid coverstock, I was a little surprised at the backend motion of the SGE due to my previous experiences with the SPEC coverstock on other bowling balls. The SGE (with factory finish) has more backend reaction than the Storm Crux Prime and Storm Pro Motion. I also threw my Roto Grip MVP during testing. I stood in the same place and targeted the same as well. My first shot with the MVP hit the right side of the 3-pin. This comparison illustrated and confirmed the strength of the SGE.
If you know me, I am not one who says every ball is a must have. The SGE is very good and would definitely be a No. 1 in your tournament bag. Personally, I am adding it to my bag in the No. 1 ball slot. Last point, the original Virtual Gravity was not one of my favorites even though it sold record number of units for Storm during its run. I tried four different drill patterns on the Virtual Gravity but no success for me. The lack of success kept me away from the SGE in the beginning but I am very glad I decided to drill one. Don't let previous experience make you a doubter. Storm continues to thrive in combing old cores with new coverstocks and vice versa.
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By pbapolizzi from Florida
Im not a fan of big asymetrical bowling balls for the most part, i dont get to throw them often.
so i tred something a little different with this ball. The spec cover for me is incredibly smooth so with this
layout i made the ball even smoother. So for me im gonna be using this ball on shorter patterns and very cliffed house shots.
Ball motion wise. Digs and very round down lane. Its quite close to a crux prime but just more angle over all.
for me still very smooth.