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Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball

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  • Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball and Core
  • Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball
  • Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $259.95
$144.95
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Description

Radical Double Cross Bowling Ball

  • Color: Black Pearl
  • Coverstock: U73 Pearl Urethane
  • Weight Block: Symmetric (Dynamicore)
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1500 Siaair
  • Flare Potential: Medium-Low
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.535 ; 15lbs - 2.528; 14lbs - 2.545
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.031; 15lbs - 0.035; 14lbs - 0.035
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

The Double Cross is Radical's first-ever urethane introduction. The Double Cross features a new core specifically designed to produce unprecedented urethane performance, with an Rg of 2.53 and a total differential of .035; the differential is higher than any urethane ball currently on the market. The Double Cross yields a remarkable performance never seen in a urethane ball up until now.

What performance can you expect from the Double Cross? You will get a smooth urethane control with the continuation through the pins you have come to expect from all Radical launches. We have added the hard-hitting Dynamicore for increased pin carry, giving the Double Cross all the features you expect from a Radical product.

As hesitant and adamant as I was about not launching a urethane ball, the Double Cross has convinced me that we will have the best in the urethane class.

With our new ball launches, we are featuring new drilling instructions offering a wide variety of ball motion with "no balance hole" options so that bowlers can make a smoother transition into the new ball specifications. Again, this is just another example of why Radical is quickly becoming a leader in bowling ball technology. We call it the #Radical Revolution.

At Radical Bowling Technologies, innovation is our commitment. We deliver high tech, high- quality products for the betterment of the game ...Wow! That's Radical!

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Dry
Factory Finish:
Sanded 1500 Siaair
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Pearl Urethane
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4 Reviews

  • 5
    Mo is rolling over in his grave!

    Posted by Billy Netzhammer on Jan 4th 2022

    This is the first urethane ball Radical has created and it does not disappoint. The layout I used is 50 x4 ½” x 35. This is one of the more versatile layouts I use. This ball is very similar to the Purple Hammer. It is very continuous, controllable but can cover some boards. I was surprised that the lanes did not carry down as bad either. I attributed this to the amount of flare of this ball. In comparison to my Purple Hammer (same layout), the Radical Double Cross is a bit earlier and smoother. This ball is perfect for tough medium to short sport shot patterns. Stats: Right handed, 450rpms, 17mph, Tilt: 12 degrees, Rotation: 45 degree

  • 5
    Double Cross

    Posted by Clancy DeGroodt on Jan 4th 2022

    The Double Cross is Radical Bowling Technologies introduction into urethane. The Double Cross has more flare potential than any other urethane on the market. I found this ball to perform great on the flatter patterns and sport shots. The increased flare allowed me to have the control of urethane but area and hit of reactive resin. As always Radical doesn’t disappoint!

  • 5
    Radical Double Cross

    Posted by Bob Newman on Jan 3rd 2022

    Let me start by saying I love my Purple Hammer. Throwing these two side by side, they were very close in board coverage with the Purple having a slightly bigger overall footprint. The Double Cross does have more flare and a little heavier roll. Basically it's just gonna go through the pins a little different and sometimes that will be the difference. I like the Double Cross.

  • 5
    Radical Double Cross

    Posted by Bob Newman on Jan 3rd 2022

    Let me start by saying I love my Purple Hammer. Throwing these two side by side, they were very close in board coverage with the Purple having a slightly bigger overall footprint. The Double Cross does have more flare and a little heavier roll. Basically it's just gonna go through the pins a little different and sometimes that will be the difference. I like the Double Cross.

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