Axiom – Layout Comparison

The secrets of bowling performance are written before the foul line. Torques and differentials, coefficients of restitution and friction, RG bands and axis migration, the gateway to grip, power: how to shape it and put it to the lane. We bowl because there's no better way to find the limits of ball design, and no better way to apply decades of knowledge than to build balls for bowlers who take the sport seriously.

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Omega Crux 6 Ways

We enjoy what we do at Storm. But, we were all (and still are) bowlers before coming to Storm. Now, we want you to enjoy our products as much as we do building them.

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Omega Crux – Layout Comparison

The Omega Crux is forged on the philosophy of no shortcuts. Designing and implementing for better scores is the driving force of the Storm brand, and there's no better way to encapsulate this directive than with the Omega Crux.

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Pitch Purple versus Pitch Black – Internal Review

From sport shots to house shots, the Pitch Purple is the next expression of Storm performance.

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What is a Benchmark Ball?

Consistency is one of the most powerful usability principles: when things always behave the same, users don't have to worry about what will happen.

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2019 USBC Open Championships – Strategy and Equipment

The 2019 USBC Open Championships are in full swing! Every year presents a new challenge and our team at Storm want to provide bowlers with as much information as possible to tackle the gritty and sometimes perplexing lane conditions that the Open Championships offers to its competitors.

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Crux Prime versus PhysiX – Internal Review

The Crux Prime delivers the power and flare the line is known for, but has a few surprises up its sleeve to offer a bit more control.

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Justin Wyman Named Technical Developer

Justin Wyman will join the technical team and assist in the development, innovation and execution of new products.

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Code X versus Alpha Crux – Internal Review

The Code X is making its way onto the scene. Discover the fine details about it in this internal test report.

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Selecting an Arsenal for the USBC Open Championships

Planning on traveling to Syracuse this year for the Open Championships? Here are some quick tips to help get you ready for the trip.

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Drive versus Timeless – Internal Review

The Drive is the followup to the Timeless by Jason Belmonte. See how it stacks up in this internal test versus the Timeless.

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Son!Q versus Marvel Pearl – Internal Review

The Son!Q is a rolling sculpture and brings control into sharp focus. We put it to the test in this internal study.

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The Storm Corner

If you are a fan of our sport, you've probably heard the term 'ball roll.' But what does that mean? Enjoy this quick read to learn more about the three key elements of ball roll.

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Storm Goes To Camp

At Storm, our purpose is to continue to inspire existing bowlers and to foster and develop new bowlers. To accomplish this mission, our team travels around the world to work with bowlers of all levels. Storm also partakes in several collegiate bowling camps throughout the year.

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Match Game

Success on the lanes often comes when one matches up their equipment to any given oil pattern. This article is a great tool to help organize your thoughts regarding ball and layout selection. Versatility is mandatory for success.

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PSA-to-PAP Distance

The preferred spin axis (PSA) on an asymmetrical ball is a highly misunderstood topic these days. That is why it's important that we understand not only what the PSA is, but where it exists on a bowling ball and why it is there.

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Pin Up vs. Pin Down

“Should I drill this ball pin up to give me some extra length, or pin down to give me an earlier roll?” A vast majority of bowlers today generally make this their primary decision when drilling a new bowling ball. But what do these options really do?

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PIN-to-PAP Distance

After reading this article, you may begin to understand why you struggle on certain conditions. The goal of this article is to open your eyes to experimenting with different Pin-to-PAP distances to create different shapes.

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