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Storm Pitch Purple Solid Urethane

The Storm Pitch Purple carries on the successful line of Pitch bowling balls in the Storm line up. The Pitch Purple introduces the Capacitor Core which offers the control and characteristics of the core in the Pitch Black but also results in the great backend motion that Storm prides itself in. This mid performance ball offers a high level of control for aggressive players while finesse players will find plenty of power at the pins. The Pitch Purple generates a long and smooth roll on difficult lane conditions due to its higher RG and lower differential. The Rev-Control Urethane coverstock was designed to offer a urethane midlane reaction as well as a responsive backend reaction giving this ball great maneuverability.

  • Color: Purple Solid
    All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
  • Coverstock: Rev-Controll Solid Urethane
  • Core: Capacitor
  • Finish: 1000-grit Abralon
  • RG: 2.57 (for a 15# ball)
  • Differential: 0.022 (for a 15# ball)
  • Recommended Lane Condition: Medium-Light Oil
  • A few tiny pit holes in the cover stock of the ball are normal
  • SKU: STBT1TAU
  • Product ID: 12485
  • Brand: Storm
  • Category: Bowling Balls
  • Ball Performance: Mid Performance Balls
Similar Balls: Same Hook Potential, Lane Conditions & Coverstock as the Storm Pitch Purple Solid Urethane.
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thinking of ordering this for my son. hes a 2hander that throws around 12-13 mph.do you think this would be a good ball for him?

2/3/2020 - By

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This ball is rated for medium to lighter oil but with his ball speed being a little low and I am guessing he has a high rev rate for a 2 hander then you may want to use this strictly in medium. It may be a little too early for lighter oil conditions for him.

2/6/2020 - By
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How is this ball different then the pitch black?

2/6/2020 - By

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The only difference is actually the coverstock. They have the same weight block and finish but the coverstock on this ball is a little stronger than the Pitch Black which can make this more suited for medium to light oil while the Pitch Black was more for light oil only.

2/6/2020 - By
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Would the pitch purple hook considerably more than a storm mix?

2/6/2020 - By

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This would be noticeably stronger than the Mix but this is still a urethane cover so it will not be as strong as a reactive in most cases.

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I am looking to add another ball to my arsenal for when junior gold comes around. I do not have an extremely high rev rate however I do have a 14.5 mph speed. Would this ball be a good option for me? Is there something better on the market?

2/13/2020 - By

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The urethane cover could be a good match for you with your higher rev rate and average ball speed. It depends on what you really needed. In your case with a higher rev rate you may need something a little weaker. So when an average rev rate bowler uses this ball for medium to lighter oil you could get this to work in more medium oil conditions pretty well. You will also get more movement with this ball than the numbers would indicate due to your rev rate so for any ball you look at you may have to think of it as one step stronger than it suggest for your type of release.

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I use a 16 pound hammer blue with a very average ball speed. will this be a similar ball? Also 16 pound is a bit heavy for me and I would like to go lighter if I can, but I am afraid I will lose pin carry. Is this true?

2/17/2020 - By

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This has a duller finish out of the box compared to the Hammer Blue Hammer so it will read a little earlier and grip a little more. When you drop weight the ball will lose a little bit of the carry but dropping 1 lb should not be a significant difference.

2/20/2020 - By
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for a one hander, one of the leauges i bowl on is on wood lanes, i average around 15-6 mph with a lot of revs, would this be a good urethane ball for me?

2/19/2020 - By

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Yes, this would be a great option later in the evening as the lanes have started to to dry out some.

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What is the difference between the pitch purple storm urethane and the hammer black widow urethane?

2/19/2020 - By

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The Widow would have a higher hook potential than the Pitch Purple because it had a duller finish out of the box and also the Widow has an asymmetric weight block to make it stronger.

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How would this ball compare to the Hammer Web Pearl? I'm looking for something more controllable. I'm a two hander that throws about 16.5 mph with a high rev rate. I'm looking to play a straighter angle.

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