|Name:||NRG Hybrid Reactive|
|Box Finish:||4000 Abralon|
|Color:||Carbon / Teal|
|Name:||Inverted Fe2 Technology|
The All-Road uses proven technology inside and out as Storm’s latest mid-priced release. The NRG Hybrid Reactive cover has most recently been used on the PhysiX, and the Inverted Fe2 Technology core has been the engine in the majority of the Hy-Road line. The All-Road comes sanded at a 4000 grit Abralon finish, providing traction in the midlane with a strong controlled motion at the back end.
The All-Road allowed Cranker to play farther left on the fresh medium oil pattern than he could with the polished Hy-Road and Hy-Road X. He sent his ball out to eight at the breakpoint and it provided a smooth and predictable reaction, even if it went into the dry too quickly. Tweener had to square up closer to the dry to compensate for the smoother motion downlane. With his more speed-dominant style, he liked how hard this ball rolled in the middle of the lane for him. Stroker had to square up as well, but with his lower rev rate, he didn’t have the downlane recovery to get to the
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Storm All-Road Comparisons
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- Storm All-Road vs. Storm AstroPhysiX
- Storm All-Road vs. Storm Gravity Evolve
- Storm All-Road vs. Storm IQ Tour Emerald
- Storm All-Road vs. Storm Phaze III
- Storm All-Road vs. Storm PhysiX
- Storm All-Road vs. Storm Pro-Motion
- Storm All-Road vs. Storm Super SonIQ
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Additional Storm All-Road Resources
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