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KennonMcFalls300

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Hustle Wine
« on: August 31, 2021, 06:42:40 PM »
The Hustle Wine is probably the best pearl Hustle I have thrown. Past Hustles have gone to the wasteside because they were too clean and too angular. The Wine bridges the gap nicely between the solid Hustles and the more angular Hustles. While the Wine is the same as the RAP, to me it's smoother and more continuous. The Rap really missed the spot most of the time whereas with the Wine, it hugs the midlane better and really goes through the pins well. I bowl on high friction surfaces and I have found a new favorite ball in the Wine. Every time I go to league, the Wine is the first ball out of my bag. I have been successful at both curving the entire lane, and firming my speed up and going up the track. It's a great piece.

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Beaver Pelts

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Re: Hustle Wine
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2021, 07:49:17 PM »
I've had good luck with the Hustle INK, but haven't used it in quite a while. The best success was with broken down lanes in game 3 one night when I switched to it. Probably got lucky as I recall standing on board 31 or 32 and tossing it far right. It came back like gangbusters and it took me through a pretty good finish.
Bought the Hustle RAP expecting to use it to replace at old IQ Tour pearl. The RAP hasn't shown me much so far. It's probably my release or possibly thumb hole tape adjustment needed. Should try it again and see if I can it to work better... Thanks for info on the Wine. Wonder how it would compare to the Storm Tropical Surge...

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Re: Hustle Wine
« Reply #2 on: September 05, 2021, 10:59:37 PM »
Roto Grip Hustle Wine:
VTC Pearl Reactive with the Hustle Core
1500 grit polished - layout : 2 x 2 x 6
This Hustle was a breath of fresh air for me. It reminded me of the Roto Grip Mystic I had several years ago. Very "calm" in the front part of the lane, easy through the middle of the pattern and a little sharpness to the back end reaction. Not your typical entry level "flip hook" like a Tropical Surge or similar designed balls. If I missed left, the ball did not over hook like my Tropical Surge when it got to the dry area too quickly. Played around with the surface a little and noticed that having it a 4000ab and lane shine it rolled the best for me. Once leagues start up for me, this will be in the ball along with the RST-X1 and maybe a Zen Master to make up the 3 headed monster.
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Onefrombills

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Re: Hustle Wine
« Reply #3 on: September 07, 2021, 01:48:14 PM »
Hey everyone, I'm back with another ball review, and this time it's for the Roto Grip Wine Pearl and In 15 pounds this ball is wrapped in the VTC (Versatile Traction Control) Pearl Coverstock and comes 1500-grit polished with an RG of 2.53, Diff of .030. with a layout of 5 1/8 X 3 1/4 X 2 3/4
Depending on the surface of the Hustle Wine, bowlers will be able to use this on low-to-medium oil conditions. There are not many balls that can cover a variety of conditions, especially at an entry level price point. To give a comparison the Hustle Camo will dig in just a tad through the front of the lane compared to the Hustle Wine. This two-ball release will be a nice transition when the "benchmark" balls are just too early. The Solid and Pearl will naturally be longer and stronger.
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william.tefft

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Re: Hustle Wine
« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2021, 08:47:13 PM »
Ball Specs:
Roto Grip Hustle Wine
1500 VTC™ Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: Hustle™ (Symmetrical)
Color: Cranberry/Merlot

Review:
The Hustle Wine along with the Hustle Camo are more great pieces from the great Hustle Line. At the price point the Hustle Wine offers you great value if you’re looking for a versatile ball. This ball can be enjoyed by all experience levels. This ball looks beautiful going down the lane and makes a sharp turn when it gets to it’s break point. Being a higher rev bowler, I like to use this ball at the end of the day when the lane are burned up and I need something that can get down the lane without overlooking on me. I tend to pull this ball out of my bag when my Zen or Hyroad Pearl start to become to much ball for the conditions that I am bowling on. Make sure you grab yours today!

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MSUHoss300

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Re: Hustle Wine
« Reply #5 on: October 18, 2021, 02:11:33 PM »
Hustle Wine
55 x 5 x 10

This Hustle is the most special of the 3 shiny ones so far!  It is super clean and will be very usable on dry lanes, but retains all of the energy for the backend and the pins!   It is cleaner than the Camo and produces more down lane ''pop".  This has been my go-to ball late block and on older high friction lane surfaces.  This ball is a must have for rev dominant players or those of us looking for a dry lane ball!

Kyle.Johnson88

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Re: Hustle Wine
« Reply #6 on: October 19, 2021, 11:41:27 AM »
Ball Specs:
Roto Grip Hustle Wine
1500 VTC™ Pearl Reactive
Weight Block: Hustle™ (Symmetrical)
Color: Cranberry/Merlot

Review:
There is NO reason to not love this ball. It caters to literally every bowler in the world, regardless of skill level and is priced so reasonably that its worth its weight in gold. For the seasoned veterans you can expect an extremely versatile low end pearl, something to keep transition to late in a block if you are needing to move right (even if the conditions are drying up). For the novice bowler you can expect great value in your purchase, getting a great piece of equipment for pennies over an entry level reactive bowling ball. The color options also appeal to novice bowlers who may care more about color than performance. The trusted Hustle core is in many bowling record books for a reason, it’s just that good.

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