Absolute Power Layout Comparison with Cortez Schenk

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2023 PBA Rookie of the Year Cortez Schenk and PBA Hall of Famer Randy Pederson drills 2 of the all new Absolute Power with different layout's to show you the difference.

Find out more about the Absolute Power here: https://www.stormbowling.com/absolute-power-bbmvaw12

Coverstock: R2S™ DEEP Solid Reactive
Core: Sentinel™ Core
Finish: 4000-grit Abralon
Color: Berry / Tangelo / Steel
Fragrance: Blueberry Orange Cake

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9 Comments on “Absolute Power Layout Comparison with Cortez Schenk”

  1. Storm really needs to get with the times and start using dual angle layouts. VLS and 2LS are like two old ladies from Slovakia and Czech Republic who only speak Slovak and Czech and refuse to learn English

    1. I totally get your point there, since the VLS was developed and subsequently replaced with the dual angle system by Mo Pinel. IMO, the Storm VLS is the most comprehensive and technically correct layout system right now, mainly because it uses the bridge as the fulcrum for 2-handed layouts. That system is far from flawless, but there are fewer gotchas inherent with with it.

  2. This is pretty good. As a bowler who sticks with hybrid bowling balls (best of both worlds with solid and pearl), I have 2 layouts for reactive I use, one is strong and quicker off the spot with a dull surface and the other is weaker and it’s cleaner through the front with a shiny surface.

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