Storm is MIXing it up with the new Storm Mix, this ball is recommended for the bowler who needs a colorful spare ball. Since this is a urethane you may also prefer this ball as your strike ball since it works best on desert dry conditions. Mix things up a little!
Put a lot of revs on my ball this I can control. For spares straightened my hand out flat rolls straight
The urethane cover gives it more hom potential than a polyester cover.
This can be enhanced via drill pattern.
Mine is drilled for spare. But I can also be drilled pin up for more hook on drier conditions.
This is an excellent ball for the beginner just learning how to control a ball and league bowlers looking for a good spare ball.
I use this ball as my practice ball
Good starter ball and spare ball.
I purchased the Storm Mix to shoot spares. I've gotten it drilled and used it last week in league. It works just as advertised, straight shot right at spares. Now all I have to do is be accurate!
left handers best ball in my opinon for the 7pin. got a few hard splits with it thst i couldn't do before with ease....
Is the pin location marked on a Storm Mix ball?
Does this ball curve really well ?
what is the difference between the MIX and the ICE. I know are both spare balls. Any advantages of one over the other? My son throws with a big hook with his other ball. Looking for one to go straight.
what does this ball smell like?
What is the basic drill?
Standard ball drilling is perfect for the recreational bowler with a conventional drill, compared to finger-tip drilling with custom drilling on higher performance balls.
What ball would you recommend for a bowler with very little speed on the ball on dry lanes?
This ball is a spare ball so it would work for dry lanes with a bowler having a low speed. It will not have a hook and will bowl straight. Any spare ball will work for this.
I've looked around for urethane balls and found thsee and the pithes to be the only from storm as a low performance as a two handed bowler with high revs do you think i could minupulate this ball into a low performing hook ball on dry lanes?
Yes, this may be one of your only options for lighter to drier lanes if you have a high rev rate. The only option with less hook than the Storm Mix would be a plastic spare ball. The Mix has a urethane cover which gives it just a slightly higher hook potential than a plastic spare ball but with your rev rate it could be a decent strike ball in drier conditions.
Can I get it not drilled
Yes, the ball starts out without holes. We offer drilling for an extra fee but you do not have to add this option and the ball will come undrilled.
Is this bowling ball made in a 9.5 lbs?