Bowler Ratings


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General Info

Name:Respect Solid
Reviewed:January 2016
Coverstock Specs
Name:78 Dig Solid
Type:Reactive Solid
Box Finish:neaT
Color:Red / Black / Yellow
Core Specs
Name:Tetra Symmetric
Int. Diff:0.000

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The 900 Global Respect Solid is the third ball released under the Respect banner. This ball is the first of the three to have a solid coverstock and it is also the first to have a rough box finish. Its 78 Dig veneer is a solid version of the coverstock that was used previously in hybrid form on the Moxie. This ball will provide more total hook than that ball, making it best for slicker conditions.

Not surprisingly, we had our best reaction with the Respect Solid on our heavy oil test pattern. The NEAT T pad box finish is rough on this ball, giving it plenty of traction in the front and midlane. Our testers could play in their comfort areas and the solid cover gave us some forgiveness on shots

900 Global Respect Solid Comparisons

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Additional 900 Global Respect Solid Resources

Click here to visit 900 Global's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.

Please remember that our reviews are solely based on our own testing and that you may sometimes find differences between our comments and ratings and the manufacturer's claims. Links to these manufacturer resources are provided here strictly for convenience purposes.

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About The BTM Ball Testing Team

The BTM Ball Testing Team is led by Eric Martinez. Our team of three testers has thrown and reviewed hundreds of bowling balls for Bowling This Month. When not testing balls for BTM, Eric owns and operates University Pro Shop in San Antonio, TX and he is an avid competitive bowler. Click here to learn more about how we test and review bowling balls.