MSRP: $279.95
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840315 611313
Factory Finish:
500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Factory Compound
Flare Potential:
Weightblock Type:
ZigZag Asymmetric
Coverstock Type:
HK22 - HyperKinetic - Hybrid Reactive
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The ZigZag has an RG of 2.501, a DIFF of 0.045, and an ASY of 0.015. These core numbers and unique core shape combined with HK22 hybrid create a strong down-lane motion. A unique characteristic is that the ZigZag has a longer hook window, not typically seen in asymmetrical balls. Our goal at Radical is to keep increasing the backend motion while maintaining continuation through the pins. The ZigZag has exceeded that goal. Combining this new core shape with the HK22 hybrid and outstanding shelf appeal, the ZigZag is guaranteed to be a home run.


LEVEL Top Shelf
PART NUMBER 60-108063-93X
COLOR Black / Silver / Lime
CORE ZigZag Asymmetric
COVERSTOCK HK22 - HyperKinetic
COVER TYPE Hybrid Reactive
FINISH 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair / Factory Compound
WEIGHTS 16-14 lbs.
RG 2.501 (15 lb.)
DIFF 0.045 (15 lb.)
ASY 0.015 (15 lb.)
WARRANTY Two years from purchase date
RELEASE DATE December 7, 2023

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  • 5

    Posted by Robert way on Feb 4th 2024

    Radical Zig/Zag I am a left handed bowler. My ball speed is around 14.5 mph. My Rev Rate is around 275 rpms. I recently punched up the Zigzag. My layout choice was 70 x 3 1/2 x 25. This ball has the HK22 cover. This allows the ball to get down the lane very well. And with the layout choice allows the ball to have a very strong backend Motion. It well on backends that are on the soft side. (Not hooking a lot) This is a great addition to the Radical Bowling Technologies line. Robert Way

  • 5
    A Ball So Good, I Had to Drill Two of Them!

    Posted by Bryan Williams, PBA Member and DV8 Pro Staff on Jan 28th 2024

    The new Radical Zig Zag has a revolutionary designed core that makes this ball absolutely amazing! Infused with the new HK22 coverstock, the Radical Zig Zag is a very strong asymmetrical ball with incredible hook and hitting power. I compare this reaction to the Radical Conspiracy Hybrid, which was my all-time favorite ball because of its versatility and continuation through the pins. The Zig Zag is very much so similar to it. I drilled both balls differently. One I drilled at 40° x 4-1/4" x 75° (pin down) and the other at 70° x 3-1/2" x 20° (pin up). Both of these balls complement each other very well on various lane conditions. The pin down Zig Zag works on multiple conditions from down and in to opening the lanes and playing more inside. With an altered surface or straight out of the box, the new Radical Zig Zag is one of the most predictable balls released this year. It is definitely a must have in your bag!

  • 4
    Radical ZigZag

    Posted by Bob Newman on Dec 20th 2023

    The Zig Zag. This is another nice rolling bowling ball from Radical. I really haven't seen any bad bowling balls in quite a while, especially those infused with HK22 on the cover stocks. Everything coming out is designed to fit a niche in the arsenal lineup and I'd say that this fits right in. I drilled mine at 60 x 4-1/2 x 40 to take some of the ZAG out of it and I really like the shape it makes. To me it feels like it is more solid than pearl in this hybrid creation. It is smoother than most asymmetric pieces to my eye and fits just below the Outer Limits. I like the way it stays strong through the pins. Love the lime, silver and black going down the lane as well. Overall good ball.

  • 5
    Smooth and Continuous

    Posted by Clancy DeGroodt on Dec 1st 2023

    Really Excited!!! The Zig Zag with its HK22 Hybrid cover and lower intermediate differential makes the shape a bit more rounded for an asymmetrical ball. I found on house patterns that can at times become a bit cliffed that when a miss to the outside results in smooth recovery and continuation and missing in the oil it doesn’t over react at the end of the pattern. First game off the press resulted in 300. Don't miss that opportunity.

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