Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases 2020

The Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases. I will include a summary of the available reviews to help give some idea of what to expect of each ball. This will cover Roto Grip Bowling Balls New releases and some older releases of Roto Grip Bowling Balls.

The Latest Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases – 2020


Roto Grip RST X-1 – Release Date 11/27/2020 – Your Price $174.95 – FREE SHIPPING

The Roto Grip has taken some 1950 inspiration to create a ball using new technology with classic roots. A new RST asymmetric core give this ball a clean, consistent reaction and smooth continuation downlane.

The RST core is covered with the MicroTrax Hybrid reactive coverstock finished at 3000-grit Abralon is ready to handle medium-heavy lane conditions. This ball is a responsive and consistent performer you want in your bag.

RST X-1 Specs

  • Perfect scale – 233.2
  • RG -2.53 / Differential -0.053
  • Finish- Matte / 3000 Grit Abralon
  • Conditions – Medium-Heavy
  • Ball Motion – Breakpoint Shape/Versatile
  • Coverstock – Hybrid Reactive
  • Cover Name – MicroTrax Hybrid
  • Core – Asymmetric – RST Core (Roto Star Tour Core)
  • Flare Potential – High
  • Performance – Pro Performance[10]
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 11/27/2020

Roto Grip RST X-1

Roto Grip RST X-1 Bowling Ball For Roto Grip New Releases
RST X-1 $174.95 FREE SHIPPING

Roto Grip Hustle RAP – Release Date 6/26/2020 – Your Price $89.99 – FREE SHIPPING

The Hustle PBR is powered by the famous Hustle symmetric core. This core is used in all previous releases in the Hustle line. It has a medium RG/low differential. With this core, you can expect the Hustle will deliver a controllable backend reaction.

The PBR is featuring the VTC-P20 pearl reactive coverstock finished at 1500-grit polished. The Hustle RAP will provide length and backend reaction for those who want a ball that goes longer.

Hustle RAP Specs

  • Perfect scale –145.9
  • RG -2.53/ Differential – 0.030
  • Finish- Polished / 1500 – Grit Pad
  • Conditions – Medium / Dry
  • Ball Motion – Length w/Backend
  • Coverstock – Pearl Reactive
  • Cover Name – VTC-P20
  • Core – Symmetric Hustle
  • Flare Potential —  Low-Medium / 73-75 on D-scale
  • Performance -Performance[4]
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date – 3/6/2020

Roto Grip Hustle PBR – Release Date 6/26/2020 – Your Price $89.99 FREE SHIPPING

The Hustle PBR is powered by the famous Hustle symmetric core. This core is used in all previous releases in the Hustle line. It has a medium RG/low differential. With this core, you can expect the Hustle will deliver a controllable backend reaction.

Wrapped around the hustle engine is the VTC-S20 solid reactive coverstock.  Finished at 3000-grit polished, the Hustle PBR  will read the earliest of any Hustle in the line without rolling too early. The solid reactive cover produces a strong controllable reaction. Get one of the most popular balls in your bag.

 Hustle PBR Specs

  • Perfect scale –137.9
  • RG -2.53/ Differential -0.030
  • Finish- Matte/3000-Grit Pad
  • Conditions – Medium-Dry
  • Ball Motion – Controllable
  • Coverstock – Solid Reactive
  • Cover Name – VTC-S20 Solid
  • Core – Symmetric Hustle
  • Flare Potential —  Low-Medium / 73-75 on D-scale
  • Performance -Performance[4]
  • Warranty -1 year
  • Release Date 6/26/2020
Roto Grip Hustle PBR
Hustle PBR $89.99 FREE SHIPPING



Keep Your Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases Squeaky Clean

To keep you ball investment in top condition, you have to keep it clean. Wiping the ball before every pitch with a good clean Microfiber Towel, helps to remove oil and  keep the pores open

Keeping the ball clean, keeps the reaction consistent. After a three game series, the ball should be cleaned with a good ball cleaner. Click here to find all your favorite ball cleaners and polishes. 

However, if you bowl 3  or more times a week, you may need some extra help. The pro shop will offer to rejuvenate your ball with a through cleaning for about $25. They do this using either heat or a hot water bath to clean the ball. Now you can do this at home.

The Latest Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases -2019



Keep Your Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases Clean

To keep you ball investment in top condition, you have to keep it clean. Wiping the ball before every pitch with a good clean Microfiber Towel, helps to remove oil and  keep the pores open

Keeping the ball clean, keeps the reaction consistent. After a three game series, the ball should be cleaned with a good ball cleaner. Click here to find all your favorite ball cleaners and polishes. 

However, if you bowl 3  or more times a week, you may need some extra help. The pro shop will offer to rejuvenate your ball with a through cleaning for about $25. They do this using either heat or a hot water bath to clean the ball. Now you can do this at home.

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2 thoughts on “Roto Grip Bowling Balls New Releases 2020”

  1. Hello—-Can you recommend a Roto Grip ball with the following specs: 1) RG below 2.50, differential/low at or below 0.030, solid cover-stock, dull surface, and two-piece symetrical core, 14lbs. Thank you.

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    • Hi Adolfo,
      I can tell you that you should definitely take a look at the Hustle Ink Solid. I don’t think the core is two-piece, but everyone loves that ball! They have the new Hustle Pearl that just came out, but it is not a solid. Both balls are symmetrical cores, and in your Diff range of 0.030. The Hustle Ink Solid is polished out of the box, but try it! You can sand it if you need it for heavier oil. I have seen some pretty good scores with that ball! You may be happy with it polished or slightly dulled. I don’t care for polished balls myself! But, I actually had one ordered, and it was on back order due to the popularity of that ball. I got tired of waiting and had an Idol drilled and went with it. Another great ball! I love it! The Idol is popular on the pro tour as well!
      Chas

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