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Axiom Review
« on: March 20, 2020, 07:10:59 PM »
The Axiom will easily be the earliest rolling Storm ball to date. When compared against another personal favorite benchmark ball, the Phaze 2, I was approximately 2 boards further left and 1 ball further right with my eyes with the Axiom.

The Axiom will allow you to open up your angles early and will get the ball started early in the mid's. The Axiom is essentially Storm's version of the Idol although a tad heavier rolling and more continuous down lane.

The Axiom will be an excellent choice whether bowling on house or sport conditions. If faced with heavy oil or tight lanes grab the Axiom and watch it shape in the correct part of the lane!




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Re: Axiom Review
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2020, 10:55:05 PM »
The Axiom is storms newest premier line nano based ball. The orbital core inside the Axiom is a low RG high differential core with a central ball shape. The ball ensures the Axiom transitions smoothly between its stages of precession without sacrificing continuation through the pins. This core is wrapped in a brand new formulation of cover called NEX which stands for nano extreme. This is currently storms earliest reading cover to date and definitely lives up to its name. When first throwing this ball, I got some serious marvel S vibes. It feels very similar with the exception of a little more midlane traction. When compared to the Phaze ll, the Axiom is a zone earlier and much higher friction. I can definitely see myself using the Axiom as a ball to blend heavier league conditions and fresh medium sport patterns. I can also see myself letting it lane shine and using it as a ball down from an Idol or Omega Crux. Make sure you head over to your local Storm VIP pro shop and order your very own Axiom today! #StormNation

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