Last Hammer bowling balls

Looking to the future, Hammer Bowling is launching a new line of balls for 2020. There has been a lot of anticipation in recent months to see what would be Hammer’s last team. And we don’t think it will disappoint you.

What are Hammer’s latest bowling balls?

Today there are three Hammer bowling balls. The first is higher average performance Fugitive Pearl. Then we have two high-performance balls, a Redemption Pearl and the Redemption Solid.

Fugitive Pearl of Hammer

Fugitive Pearl of HammerLet’s start with the Fugitive Pearl. When the rails break, this will be your new ball. The combined Juiced Pearl coverstock and symmetrical differential core, low RG and high differential give this ball a strong slip reaction you need when the oil is no longer your friend. This ball should be in the bag for a long time since Hammer added carbon fiber to the inner core to make it last. They are so sure of their hardness that they will give you a two year warranty. Scroll down to see a list of Fugitive Pearl features.

Hammer Redemption Pearl

Hammer Redemption PearlThen we moved on to the big guys with Hammer’s new high-performance deals. The first of the new Hammer Redemption Ball Line is the Redemption Pearl. Continuing with the theme of strength, Hammer added carbon fiber to the outer core for strength and durability. Redemption Pearl offers you exactly what you would expect from a high-performance ball from this well-loved brand. It goes long and ends strong. It moves easily around the heads and has a background angular reaction. It compares favorably with the AstroPhysiX Storm, Broken Grip Halo Pearl, Motiv Trident Nemesis or the old Hammer Rip’d Pearl. You will be eliminating competition with this ball in no time.

Hammer Redemption Solid

Hammer Redemption SolidAnd last but not least, let’s touch on the new Redemption Solid. The look of this ball is striking as the bold combination of black, orange and white really stands out in the lane. But even bolder is the movement of the new Solid. You’ll need a lot of oil, but in the right lane conditions, the Redemption Solid hooks up like CRAAAAAZZZZYYYYY. Both Redemption balls use DOT, which is a very nice feature as it makes it easy to punch anywhere on the ball. Again, in heavy oil standards this easily outperforms the competition and has an extremely aggressive movement. He will not regret catching either ball on the new Redemption line. To get a better idea of ​​how these videos are published, check out the redemption line video below.

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