Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball

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  • Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball and Core
  • Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball
  • Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $164.95
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Roto Grip Hustle Camo Bowling Ball

  • Color: Army/Black/Brown
  • Coverstock: VTC Solid Reactive
  • Weight Block: Hustle™ Core
  • Factory Finish: 1500-grit Polished
  • Flare Potential: Medium-Low
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.53; 15lbs - 2.53; 14lbs - 2.55
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.030; 15lbs - 0.030; 14lbs - 0.030
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

There are plenty of expensive high-performance bowling balls out there for bowlers who are looking for that. But how about those bowlers who want more performance, for less money? That is the sole reason we developed and created the Hustle lineup of bowling balls. Whether you are a casual bowler looking for your first ball, or a serious tournament competitor looking to fill out your arsenal, the Hustle line of balls has you covered. And if you look past the pretty colors, you will find this lineup of balls offers a few versions of the VTCTM (Versatile Traction Control) Coverstock, created to take on those Lighter Oil conditions.

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Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Polished 1500 Grit
Core Type:
Solid Reactive
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27 Reviews

  • 5
    Hustle Camo

    If you were a fan of the Hustle Ink like i was then this is a match for you . The Hustle Camo features the VTC coverstock. The ball motion on this ball is a little stronger for me than the ink but also very predictable and very smooth. League bowlers on lower volume house shots this ball would be a money maker in your bag.

  • 5
    Hustle Camo!

    I was a huge fan of the hustle ink and was disappointed when that ball got discontinued. Then roto grip came out with the Hustle camo, and took the spot in my bag that i was missing. This ball is not only as good as the ink, but may even be a little better. The solid cover finished at 1500 grit polished is a ball motion unmatched in its price point. If you weren't able to pick up a Hustle Ink, get to your local pro shop to get this new hustle camo and you won't be disappointed!

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hustle Camo Ball Review by PJ Haggerty

    Another addition to the historically successful line of Hustle’s at Roto Grip is the Hustle Camo. Featuring the VTC solid coverstock, a symmetrical weightblock, an RG of 2.53 and differential of .030, the Hustle Camo is specifically designed for medium-lighter oil patterns. The purpose of the Hustle line has never changed but continues to be very successful. I’ve noticed players have the most success with the Hustle Camo when some of the high performance balls are simply too strong such as the Reality, Zen Master, or Rubicon. I’ve also noticed players who like to “camp out” in one spot of the lane and simply “ball down,” the Hustle Camo should be the next ball you drill. I’ve drilled one so far and think it rolls great. I always recommend drilling balls with a low differential (.030) stronger to make sure they flare and hook enough. I drilled mine as 4 x 4 x 75. This puts the pin above my middle finger and I also left the surface at box (1500). If you need a ball for lighter volume oil patterns or if you want something you don’t have to move major zones with and let’s you stay to the right longer, consider drilling a Hustle Camo. I think you’ll be impressed, especially for the price point!

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hustle Camo Review

    The Roto grip Hustle Camo features the VTC Solid coverstock and Hustle core. The new Camo has great shelf appeal! Let's just say I am a huge fan of the RG Hustle line. To me the Hustle line is more bang for you buck. The Camo is no different. I drilled mine Pin up above middle which is a 5 inch pin. I loved the Hustle PBR. But the Camo is a little cleaner and little more pop downlane. I think the Camo rolls a little like the Hustle Ink. Where I can get as deep as I want on the lane and still be able to shape the ball well enough to strike even with a weaker core numbers wise (.030). I think the Camo is going to be very popular ball in the Hustle line. Brian Watson Storm Pro Shop Staff PAP - 4 up 1/8 RPM - 400 Tilt - 17 Speed 16-17

  • 5
    NEW Roto Grip Hustle Camo

    Roto Grip Hustle Camo Layout: 4.5 x 3.5 x 2 Rev Rate: 325 rpm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotation Testing information: 40 foot THS (medium to light volume) Bowling Center: Fulton Bowling Center Kegel Machine – Brunswick Anvilane The Roto Grip Hustle Camo utilizes the Hustle Core and VTC coverstock. The Hustle Camo was compared the red Storm Electrify Solid. They tested very similar. The Hustle Camo was a little longer with a crisper backend reaction. When compared to the Hustle PBR, the Hustle Camo is a touch longer as well. There is something about the look of the Hustle Camo that makes it a border line must have. The Hustle Camo is going to be a very good league ball as well as for late in tournaments. Visit your local Storm VIP Pro Shop! #Stormnation #SquadRG

  • 5
    Hustle Camo Review

    The Hustle Camo features the VTC Solid coverstock and Hustle core, which comes in at a 2.53 RG and .030 differential in 15 pounds. It’s a rolly, light to medium oil ball that controls the lane a lot like an IQ, just a bit weaker. The Hustles have been popular because they’re a triple threat, they’re versatile, they fit the majority of regular league shots really well, and they’re way cheaper than they should be. The Camo brings a bit of the balance back to the line, the PBR before it isn’t too far off a Phaze 2, which is insane back for the buck, but doesn’t quite fit what you’re expecting from a ball marketed as light to medium. The Camo is easy length with a rolly shape, and a firm continuous motion on the backend. It’s going to fit the majority of bowlers well, and even if it’s not a first ball out of the bag for league, it’s a great step down for game 2 or 3, and I think will play well on tougher patterns also.

  • 5
    The Roto Grip Hustle Camo is a Salute!

    Hustle Camo • Performance Line • HP1 Coverstock • VTC Solid Reactive Finish • 1500-grit, Polished Core •Hustle Symmetric Weight 15lb •RG 2.53 •Differential 0.030 Layout • 70 x 4 x 20 Tester PAP = 4 ½ R x 3/8 D • Tester Axis Tilt = 12° •Testers Rev Rate = 325 Test Pattern = 42’ THS (Typical House Shot) • Modified, Kegel Stone Street When Roto Grip released the Hustle line of bowling balls, they delivered an industry standard for level one or entry-level bowling balls. With the release of the Hustle Wine and Hustle Camo, that industry-standard has elevated to an even higher standard. So let’s take a closer look at the Hustle Camo and how it rolled on a THS. Initially developed in the Hustle INK, the Hustle Core is a well-rounded and smooth-rolling core. This ball has a low/medium RG and low/medium differential – meaning the Hustle Core is stable as it rolls in the front part of the lane. And that roll creates a predictable motion you can depend on when the ball makes its turn to the pocket. As a result, this core is excellent for beginner bowlers learning to understand skid, hook, and roll. For the seasoned bowler, the Hustle Core provides a stable, sweeping motion when those more expensive cores are just too much to handle. The VTC (Vertical Traction Control) Solid Reactive cover with its US Army color scheme is a tribute to our servicemen and women. And this tribute VTC Solid Reactive cover makes the Camo an excellent choice for many styles of bowlers. The 1500 Polished surface was very clean through the heads for a polished solid, but I found it a bit “jumpy” off the pattern. So, I cut the cover with a 2000-grit Abralon pad before a league night, and the results were impressive. This surface adjustment gave the Camo a stronger bite through the heads in the fresh oil and left a good amount of torque to provide a crisp turn off the pattern. As the night played on, this solid reactive cover continued to offer a well-defined skid, hook, and roll motion while retaining a substantial impact at the pins. Hands down, the VTC Solid Reactive cover is an excellent choice for new bowlers and excels for players who love that down-and-in shot! Whether you are a new bowler or a seasoned “veteran,” the Hustle Camo has a place in your arsenal. Straighter players will find the Hustle Camo will give them the reliability they depend on to keep that down-and-in motion striking all night. And for the advanced bowler, the Camo will provide you with that late-night blend and consistency when all your high-end balls are too much to get the job done. So, I would suggest you consider a Hustle Camo for your arsenal and have a talk with your local pro shop owner and find a place to put it in your bag! Rick Klimowicz Storm Products Pro Shop Staff Roll the Ball Pro shop Penndel, PA

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hustle Camo

    Layout: 60 x 1 1/2” x 30 The Hustle Camo reminds my of one of my favorite Roto Grip balls of all time, the Hustle Ink. Both the Ink and the Camo have an uncanny combination of length, mid lane and back end roll, and control. Just like I did with a couple Inks, I drilled my Camo with a short pin to p.a.p. length to help enhance the control that these balls have. What I ended up with is a ball that has enough length through the fronts to use it on drier lanes, but a ball that has enough midlane to where I could use it on anything less than fresh heavy oil. It is shocking how good this ball is at an entry-level price. I would label the ball reaction as a smooth, consistent heavy roll.

  • 5
    Hustle Camo

    This ball is going to be the most bang for your buck kind of bowling ball on the market! Roto Grip putting out some heat with the brand new Hustle Camo. The amazing shelf appeal is going to sell this ball by itself; but let me tell you a little bit about the ball anyway. Same core found in all of our Hustle’s that we know and loved only wrapped with the VTC Solid Reactive coverstock. When I saw this ball at first, I didn’t think I would be impressed with it. BOY WAS I WRONG! For an entry level ball, this has a pretty strong but smooth backend reaction. This ball is going to be perfect for medium to dryer oil conditions. Make sure to get yourself one when this ball hits your local Storm VIP Pro Shops!

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