Infinite Physix

Storm

MSRP: $289.95
$199.95
(You save $90.00 )
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SKU:
BBMVIX12-15
Factory Finish:
4000 Grit Abralon®
Flare Potential:
High
Weightblock Type:
Asymmetrical Weight Block - Atomic Core
Coverstock Type:
R2X Pearl Reactive
Durometer:
73-75
Fragrance:
Mystery Scent
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The Infinite PhysiX is destined to get the bowling world’s attention. When you craft vivacity with the same detail you craft performance, you create the Storm Premier Line. They’re more than mere bowling balls. They deliver motion with style. Entry angle with carry. We wouldn’t let it leave our proving grounds if it were any other way. Born from a place of refinement and obsessively honed on the lanes, they come from somewhere else – so they feel like nothing else.

Available: July 8, 2022

Fragrance: Mystery Scent

 

Sku: BBMVIX12
Color: Sapphire/Deep Purple/Onyx

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  • 5
    Infinte Physix

    Posted by Michael on Sep 17th 2022

    Storm Infinite Physix Coverstock: ReX Pearl Reactive Finish: 4000 Grit Abralon Core: Atomic Core RG: 2.48 Differential: 0.053 Int Diff: 0.017 Layout: 4 1/2 x 4 x 5 - 2LS Tester: PAP 6 1/2 R, 1 1/4 D Review: The Infinite Physix takes the well designed atomic core and wraps it with the ReX coverstock that was used on the Dark Code. The 4000K Abralon finish adds the right touch for most league and tournament bowlers. For my review of the Infinite Physix I tested the ball on two fresh house shots at two different centers along with a Dark Code that is a pre 4K - Fast finish. It is important to note I used layout specification #5 of the 2LS layout system which is ideal to handle wet/dry conditions. This layout on the Infinite Physix is a definite recommend. Before doing my review I discussed the Infinite Physix with several SPI members and the Infinite Physix takes well to variations in layouts. For me, the Infinite Physix did not require any surface adjustments on the two house patterns I tested it on. I was most impressed that the ball strength did not overtake my ball speed which is on the low side for a thumbless player. Compared to my Dark Code I did not throw the Infinite Physix through the breakpoint which on occasion I have tended to do with my Dark Code. I was aware that the Infinite Physix if drilled strong for a player can tend to be a hook monster for some players. The tamer layout I chose makes the Infinite Physix a definite starter in THS bag. The entry angle I have been able to create with the Infinite Physix has been a definite plus and provided me room to keep moving inside and not lose pin carry. The Infinite Physix will provide you with good range as conditions break down from oily to medium type conditions. Also, compared to my Dark Code I feel the the Infinite Physix provides more range for me at the OOB finish. I definitely recommend the Infinite Physix for your starter asym bag this upcoming season. I have a feeling you will not be disappointed. Be sure to check out the Infinite Physix today! Michael Slatky 900 Global Staff Member York, PA