Roto Grip Sinister

Roto Grip Sinister gave us a medium slide through the heads along with a smoother transition to hook in the mid-lane along with a strong high revving action on the back part of the lane… The Roto Grip Sinister was more of a smoother bowling ball that did give us a nice controlled motion down lane… It seemed to work the best with medium heavy oil patterns… We really liked the motion of this ball…

The Roto Grip Sinister is just mean. The pins and your opponents are going to feel the wrath.
The all-new Cage Core is designed to produce superior midlane all while providing backend continuation. Pair that with the super-strong 76H Hybrid Reactive Coverstock finished at 4000 Grit and you’ve got the perfect ball for long and heavy oil patterns.

Performance: Pro Performance(10) RG: 2.52, Differential: 0.054, Mass Bias Diff: 0.015, Flare Potential: High, Breakpoint Shape: Strong, Controlled Continuation, Lane Condition: Heavy, Finish: Matte, Coverstock: Hybrid Reactive, Coverstock Name: 76H, Factory Finish: 4000 Grit, Core Type: Asymmetric, Core Name: Cage, Quality: First Quality, Roto Grip Product Line: HP4, Color(s): Yellow,Blue,White Release Date 8 – 26- 2014

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