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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20 Reviews

  • 5
    Camo is for REAL

    Posted by Rick Mitchell on Sep 5th 2021

    Roto Grip Hustle Camo: VTC Solid Reactive with the Hustle Core 1500 grit polished - layout : 6 x 1 x 6 Compared to the Hustle INK the Camo is really smooth and less reaction then the INK with a similar layout. I needed something with the recent house shot changes that would be super smooth and not overreact on the fresh. Played out of the normal track area and used the lighter oil outside of ten to help develop the shot. If used inside round 12-18, the ball just ran out of juice - mainly due to the layout. This ball and layout combo was fabulous on shorter patterns and lighter volumes on wood lanes. Really nice addition to the Roto Grip line. Don't be fooled by the CAMO, it's for REAL!

  • 5
    Hustle Camo

    Posted by kennon mcfalls on Aug 31st 2021

    The Hustle Camo is such a cool looking ball, that is if you can even see it (get it..?) Anyways, the Camo features the same core and cover as the PBR but the Camo comes out of the box shiny where the PBR is sanded. Naturally the Camo is cleaner and retains more energy because of the surface difference. But in my opinion the Camo is the Hustle Ink 2.0. So if your Ink is starting to build up its number of games, I think the Camo would be a good replacement option. As it relates to other Hustles, the Camo is stronger off of the spot than the PBR but isn't quite as sharp as the Wine. Overall, it's good piece and the majority of players will find it very useful!

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hustle CAMO review by Mike Craig

    Posted by Mike Craig on Aug 31st 2021

    I drilled the Hustle CAMO up 4 x 20. I threw it box finish. Hustle CAMO review: I put the CAMO up against the other smoother gear I carry like the IQ TOUR, IQ NANO PEARL, HUSTLE PBR, and HUSTLE RAP. Compared to the IQ TOUR, the CAMO is smoother thru the front. I keep 2000 on my IQ TOUR so the CAMO definitely glided thru the front much easier than both the TOUR an NANO PEARL. The NANO PEARL was more on the back end than the CAMO which should be expected since it is a stronger cover. CAMO and PBR were getting closer in motion. PBR is slightly earlier but very similar motion. CAMO does corner better but gets thru the front of the lane quicker. RAP was closer in push thru the front but slower at the back than the CAMO. CAMO has a HUSTLE INK vibe to it with a shined lower end solid cover that will get in play when the fronts are really getting toasty and the smooth balls like the IQ TOUR are still too early.

  • 5

    Posted by Tony Marino on Aug 30th 2021

    Hustle CAMO: The best value line in bowling keeps getting better! The CAMO is made up of the Hustle core with an RG of 2.53 and a diff of 0.030, wrapped in a polished VTC Solid cover. If you were someone who missed out on drilling the Hustle INK, then here is the closest thing you can find in the current line. Because of the finish of the VTC cover, the CAMO has good length for a solid ball. I would categorize the backend shape as medium-to-med/fast response and medium strength. Dollar for dollar you will not find a better value than the Hustle line. This ball has earned a spot in my tournament bag.

  • 5
    Hustle Camo

    Posted by Mancstorm on Aug 26th 2021

    I'm a big fan of the PBR and the Camo is a perfect shined compliment to it. The Hustle line really shines for me on older surfaces. The PBR is many times the 1st ball out of the bag on them. When the PBR starts to read a little early the Camo fits perfectly behind it. Cleaner threw the front and sharper in the back make it absolutely perfect.

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hustle Camo by Casey Murphy

    Posted by Casey Murphy on Aug 25th 2021

    Orientation: Right Handed Rev Rate: 400 RPM Speed: 16-17 MPH PAP: 4 ½ over and ½ up Location: Enterprise Park Lanes, Springfield MO Pattern: High Volume THS VLS Layout: Layout 1: 5 x 4 x 2 ½ (pin above bridge) Layout 2: 4 ½ x 4 x 4 1/8 (pin below bridge) I almost cried when the discontinued the Hustle Ink, it was a great benchmark light volume ball. Then along comes the Hustle Camo/Wine to save the day! My Camo is pin down and it’s clean and smooth and tippy just like all my other Hustle Inks. It’s a touch stronger than the INK was to handle today’s oil volume. It fills the hole left by the Hustle INK. The Wine is pin up and it’s a great option for the transition. I have it very similar to the Hustle RAP. In my testing the Wine is a little stronger overall than the RAP. If you love Hustles, you have to get the Camo and Wine.

  • 5

    Posted by Storm Andrew on Aug 15th 2021

    After the success of the RST X1 it was natural to compliment it with the pearl RST X2. The RST X2 is cleaner and more angular than the original RST. We see plenty of shape down lane with the pearl cover. Additionally, the X2 is more overall than the UC2. The X2 will play well on a variety of conditions from sport to house. If you were a fan of the Astro Physix this will be comprable although a tad stronger. As the lanes transition and begin to hook early we have 2 new options with the Hustles; the solid and the pearl. If the back ends are crisp the solid will come into play to slow the ball down and control the back end. When a more skid/flip reaction is necessary the pearl could be utilized. The high rg low differential on these balls will provide plenty of control when there is a ton of overall hook on the lane front to back.

  • 5
    Roto Grip Hustle Camo review by Trevor Roberts

    Posted by Trevor Roberts on Aug 3rd 2021

    The Hustle Camo is a great addition to the weaker side of your arsenal. This ball reminds me of a shiny, slightly weaker Hustle PBR. The core has an RG of 2.53 and a differential of 0.030, wrapped in a polished solid coverstock. I bowled in a tournament last Sunday and the Camo was the perfect ball choice once the UFO Alert started leaving a lot of corner pins. I am a big fan of more rounded motions, and this ball fits in that category very well. The Hustle Camo is a step above the Tropical Surge line and will give you way more mid lane traction. You can't go wrong with this ball for the price that it is at. You will be very happy with how the Camo performs on drier lane conditions and even more volume with the help of an abralon pad. Trevor Roberts 2016 PBA Southern Regional Rookie Of The Year Storm Products / Turbo 2n1 Grips / Bowlifi Staff Member Right Handed Rev Rate: 400 Speed: 16 PAP: 5 1/2 up 13/16

  • 5
    Hustle Camo

    Posted by Matt Fazzone on Jul 27th 2021

    The Hustle line has been a staple in Roto Grip’s arsenal for a few years one. Hustle core has an RG of 2.53 and Diff of 0.030 and is a cool looking Army/Black/Brown color giving it the Camo look it’s called. It is the solid shinny version of the VTC cover. I drilled mine 6 x 5.5 x 2 and my purpose behind this was to give me a higher RG layout on a ball I intend to use on shorter patterns after the lanes transition from urethane. After throwing is ball for a little while I was quite impressed. I was able to move in on a shorter pattern and throw it towards the gutter and it never overrated. It was clean through the front part of the lane but pretty smooth on the back. I will be able use this ball mostly on shorter patterns after urethane is exhausted and maybe on some medium length patterns that don’t have a ton of volume to them.

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