Nanotechnology: Why is something so small so big? Our NRG material deals with the smallest of the small. In fact, it is the manipulation of matter at the molecular level. In bowling ball tech, you can’t see what’s there, but you can certainly feel it every shot you make. As with any ball with "ROAD" in it, you better make sure you put holes in it as soon as possible!

Color: Carbon/Teal
Fragrance: Blueberry

Technical Specifications

  • 12 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 13 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 14 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 15 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




  • 16 lbs.
    Radius of Gyration




Smartly designed Inverted Fe² Technology

Inverted Fe2 technology boasts a higher RG and differential like most other balls in the Thunder Line, but with one very important benefit: it lacks the core material that most other balls have. This enables the ball to have a much thicker shell which raises the coefficient of restitution. A higher energy transfer to the pins with less deflection upon impact is what can be expected with this design.

Nanotechnology: Why is something so small so big?

With the cover that was first introduced on the Virtual Gravity™ Nano, NRG nanotechnology is essentially manufacturing with atoms. It gives bowlers increased oil traction due to the micro-dynamic enhancements of the surface.

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ALL-ROAD Ball Reaction

Storm Ball Reaction: Take any road you want with the ALL-ROAD

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Gavin Murphy
November 14, 2019
review on bowling ball
i love this ball. it snaps hard and i love that about it. you have a lot of room to move with it and i play with it 1-5 games it's an amazing.
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LaRue Marlow
November 12, 2019
This is one of my favorite pieces currently. The versatility of the smooth motion down lane allows me to use this ball on multiple conditions. So far I have made over $2000 in the last two weeks in brackets. I will be ordering a few more to keep in the stash. Keep Styling on em.
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November 4, 2019
All Road Review
Ball Specs:
Storm All Road
Cover stock Hybrid Reactive
Symmetric Core
Finish 4000 grit
Layout 45 x 3-3/4 x 30

Bowler Specs:
Right Hand. PAP 5” Over 1/2 up
Rev Rate 300. Tilt 20. Rotation 50.
Speed at release 17

The latest addition to the Road series of Storm Balls is excellent. The road line has been very good for Storm and I know this new All Road will have a lot of success. The Road series has a very thick shell which Storm says, and I believe, provides more hit by delivering more energy to the pins. The ball looks rougher than the 4000 grit listed to me. We had a Match Maker Ball Demo recently and this was the most popular ball after the Idol Pro. I am very impressed with my All Road and did not expect the total hook and angle I get from this ball. It seems to me Storms Symmetrical equipment regularly provides more hook than I expect. I am pretty comfortable moving inside with this ball and keeping my carry percent high. The All Road works well on a house shot as long as you keep it in the oil long enough and is good on a flat shot due to the sanded Hybrid cover. I don’t see much lane shine at all on this ball when I am done rolling it.
We have drilled a good amount of these so far for my customers and we have seen great ball motions from a variety of styles. I would put this ball between my Original Halo and Idol Pro in total hook with a surprisingly strong back end.

The All Road is another nice addition to the Road Series.
The Ball has a very strong back end move.
The All Road plays well from inside while maintaining hit.
The All Road will be in my bag a lot!

Glenn Wendel
PBA Member
Storm Pro Shop Staff

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