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Storm Parallax / Storm Omega Crux Review By Walter McKnight
« on: November 03, 2020, 08:58:49 PM »
Storm Parallax / Storm Omega Crux Review By Walter McKnight

The New Storm Parallax is the latest release in the premier line.

Innovation is once again Storms heart and soul and It does it again. The Traction X7 Hybrid cover is finished at 1500 polished, giving the ball ball plenty of time to get down lane and retain a large amount of energy.

The NEW Aeroflo™ Core elegant and modern. Having been constructed with lighter core materials, this brings the RG higher than most Asymmetricals.

Another innovative design element is a strategic indentation on the core giving the ball characteristic seen in having a weight hole.

I drilled my Parallax pretty standard. Pin above my bridge, cg in my palm, mass bias about 2 inches from my thumb. AKA 55º x 4 3/8 x 45º. My first impression was Continuous. This ball thrives on retaining energy and slowly releasing it gradually while traveling downline. This is not a skid flip hockey stick motion type ball. I was able to square up and get behind the ball and felt very comfortable repeating shots. I moved in on a few shots and just had to keep the same breakpoint and the ball never falters.

Omega Crux is a complete different ball, more teeth in the front of the lane and a more violent back end reaction, more midlane reaction as well. The Catalyst™ Core is once again a triumph through the years since its inception at Storm.

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