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Urethane bowling balls are completely different than reactive. In this video we explain the difference.
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30 Comments on “Bowling Ball Review: Urethane vs Reactive Bowling Balls”
The extra cheesey Cheez It commercial was the perfect opener
i was just at Frontier lanes guys! drove all the way from Indiana
So jealous you guys are bowling. Can’t wait for my local alley to open back up
@Nintendo Bowler Idk, if I can’t high five after a strike or spare, i don’t know if it is even worth it lol. Jk i’d totally still go
Preston Shader it’s my second ball. It’s a “beginner” Ebonite. Not sure what model offhand. My first ball I got when I was like 12 or something so the holes on that ball are awful. But I’m just wanting to get back into bowling so I didn’t want to put too much into my “first” ball.
same here man
@Preston Shader you can as long as you wash your hands immediately afterwards or at least use bunch of hand sanitizer
Are’s opened but not till 4pm
Now this is a useful video 👌🏼
Great video. Would be nice to see the reactive ball thrown in the same spot as the line used with the urethane when it struck.
This video teaches in 7 minutes what took me a month to learn on my own. Good ole trial and error approach. All points in this video are true.
Now what they didn’t cover is why reactive balls are so much prettier lol
Hi Brad and Kyle I feel this is helpful and the advice will help me choose an new ball whenever I’m ready to do that by the way today is my birthday
How many of you guys can remember drilling that first resin ball back in the early 90s and thinking, “5th range finder, here I come”.
brad: urethane has less hitting power, weak 10s everywhere blah blah
jesper svensson: haha urethane go boom boom
Jespers just a different breed😂
How many one handers have a 600 rev rate like the Iceman? I would say you can count one one had the number of one handers 550rpm or better.
@Phil Perry what are you saying? Jesper bowls one handed or the one handers cant match his spin rate
@That one N perm I am saying there are very few one handers that can match his rev rate.
@Phil Perry oh ok I was about to say because ik he bowls two handed
Would love a video looking at the difference between symetric and asymmetric blocks
finally a good video explaining the difference between the two
Not really., The ractive ball reacts to the DRY. It’s also urethane but with a resin additive that makes the surface porous and grab the lane sooner, while the plain urethane will keep the oil on the surface and does not grab the dry as much (unless the urethane is a lot softer than regulations allow) The urethane also carry that more surface oil into the dry.
Nice vid can’t wait to get back on the lanes with my urethane
I think I know why he didn’t want Kyle in the video after that close up 😂
I WANNA GO BOWLING SO BADDDD 😭😭😭😭😭. ITS BEEN MONTHS
I would love a video on arm swing angle. I see so many pros’ arms release what looks like left but the ball obviously starts to the right and hooks back and I can’t quite comprehend what to focus on.
How are you guys at the bowling alley? I thought they were pretty much closed down for Covid-19 reasons.
Y’all bowling at St. Louis? Ill make the drive up to bowl with you. 🙂
A really good video documentary on Bowling,thx’s