|Name:||NeX Solid Reactive|
|Box Finish:||2000 Abralon|
|Color:||Magenta / Black / Violet|
The Proton PhysiX is the newest addition to Storm’s Premier line, and it features the asymmetrical Atomic core that was used previously in the PhysiX and AstroPhysiX. The change for this ball comes by using the new NeX Solid cover that was also found on the Axiom. This aggressive solid coverstock is finished at 2000 Abralon, providing hook and traction for all styles of bowlers.
Stroker really benefited from the amount of traction and back end this ball provided on the fresh heavy oil test pattern. The hook through the midlane gave him lots of total motion, while the back end recovery gave him some room for error on both sides of his target. He had more total hook and more angle at the breakpoint than he saw with the Axiom on this pattern. The transition was no problem for the Proton PhysiX, as Stroker was able to make small moves left as the front of the lane started to hook to keep his ball in the pocket. He also had
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Storm Proton PhysiX Comparisons
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Additional Storm Proton PhysiX Resources
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