Hammer Dark Web Hybrid Bowling Ball

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  • Hammer Dark Web Hybrid Bowling Ball
  • Hammer Dark Web Hybrid Bowling Ball
  • Hammer Dark Web Hybrid Bowling Ball
MSRP: $259.95
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Hammer Dark Web Hybrid Bowling Ball

  • Color: Blue/Purple/Black
  • Coverstock: HK22 - Aggression Hybrid
  • Weight Block: Modified Spheroid
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.522; 15lbs - 2.514; 14lbs - 2.541
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.042; 15lbs - 0.048; 14lbs - 0.048
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional Product Information:

The Dark Web has been a great benchmark type of motion for Hammer fans, and we’re excited to introduce the new Dark Web Hybrid featuring HK22. HK22 has become the hottest new cover technology in bowling, producing incredible reaction shape where bowlers want to see it most. The Dark Web Hybrid has the same modified Spheroid core with a dense flip block that helped make the Dark Web Solid so popular. The familiar core and addition of HK22 finished with 2000 Siaair will give Hammer fans a stronger mid-lane and backend motion.

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Siaair
Core Type:
Hybrid Reactive
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Dark Web Hybrid

    Posted by Tom Marlow on Sep 4th 2023

    This ball is really good. I use it as my benchmark ball. I get a really good read off this ball as a first out of the bag. It’s very smooth and because it’s a hybrid you’re not gonna get that early hook out of it and it’s not gonna burn up on the backend. Plus, it also has HK 22 on the cover, which makes it even better performance wise.

  • 5
    Hammer Dark Web Hybrid

    Posted by Bob Newman on Jul 14th 2023

    The new Hammer Dark Web Hybrid looks to be an excellent choice for a benchmark type of ball. It picks ups the mid lane nicely without grabbing too hard and has plenty of shape going through the pins. It is smooth and controllable. Where this ball separates itself from others in the "benchmark" category, in my opinion, is you are able to stay in this ball longer. When the transition forces you left, benchmark balls tend to lose energy a little early and you start leaving pesky corner pins. The DWH has a little thing called HK22 built into the cover stock, which I believe allows the ball to keep more energy and hitting power. Let's call this one a Benchmark Plus.

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