Built for everyone, period. From the casual bowler to Major title winners at the highest level of the sport, the entire Hustle series provides advanced technologies that work for anyone and everyone. So, whether you are looking for a specific reaction to fit in your current arsenal on lighter oil conditions, or looking to get your very first ball, there is a Hustle that is just right for you!

Engineered For – Light to Medium Oil Conditions

Release Date: April 19th, 2024

This kit contains:

Technical Specifications

  • 10 lbs.
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  • 11 lbs.
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  • 12 lbs.
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  • 13 lbs.
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  • 14 lbs.
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  • 15 lbs.
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  • 16 lbs.
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Hustle Core

When the original Hustle Core was created there was one goal in mind, more of an overall performance type motion in our entry level price point while providing control and stability. It is safe to say we exceeded even our expectations with this medium RG, medium differential core design. In fact, back in 2017, the Hustle INK was used to record the 34th sanctioned 900 in USBC history, thus solidifying the Hustle Core in the record books forever.

VTC™ Coverstock

Versatile Traction Control (VTC) was formulated with durability and consistent performance in mind specifically for the HP1 and HP2 lines. This formula delivers outstanding performance while providing control and versatility without being overly aggressive. So, if stability and control is what you are after, look no further.

Engineered for Light to Medium Oil Conditions

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Roto Grip Rick
May 27, 2024
B-R-Y by Roto Grip Rick
Roto Grip Hustle B-R-Y
PRODUCT DETAILS: Hustle Lightweight core wrapped in VTC hybrid reactive coverstock. Finished at 2000ab with Rough Edge compound, which helps create higher dry lane COF.
Layout: 4 x 3 ½ x 3
My updated specs: Ball speed: average 15.5 mph. - Rev Rate: 425 – Axle tilt: 16 degrees – Axis rotation 70 degrees.
Welcome the next generation in the Hustle Line, the all-new Hustle B-R-Y, burgundy, red, and yale blue are the colors on this new Hustle, along with VTC hybrid coverstock. The coloring is amazing on this ball, you know when it goes down the lane it’s a B-R-Y. For the coverstock prep, leaning from changing my M+M from the Reacta Shine finish to 2000ab then hitting the cover with Rough Edge compound. For a little earlier and smoother back-end reaction, which the backend reaction is weaker than the new Tropical Surge Midnight, which is one of the first Surges pored in Utah in years, but weaker than the Hyped Hybrid which has been my “go to ball” the past 2 ½ years until the X-Ray and the Lighting Blackout was released a few weeks ago. The B-R-Y is the best hybrid version of the Hustles in nearly 7 years by ha having the best overall length and pin carry versus several other hybrid version and several polished solid versions like the Camo version which was recently in the Hustle line. The ball fits in the bag a step of from my X-Ray with a 5 x 4 x 4 layout and a step down from the Storm Lighting Blackout. The Blackout has more overall length, but with less “snap” in the backend. The B-R-Y creates longer length, but sharper angles into the pocket.
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Thank you to Earl Burger at ABC North Lanes and Lounge, Bret and Damion at Bowlers’ Supply, Storm Products Inc., Vise Inserts and Coolwick apparel
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Patrick Dombrowski
May 17, 2024
Roto Grip Hustle B-R-Y – WWRD 4/19/2024
Cover: VTC Hybrid Reactive
Core: Hustle
RG: 2.53
RG. Diff.: 0.030
Finish: Reacta Gloss

Roto Grip’s new Hustle B-R-Y is a Hybrid Symmetrical piece that is good for Medium-Light Volume Patterns. PAP is 5 5/16 R 1 3/16 Up. Rev Rate: 400. Speed: 16.5. Drilled this piece with the Pin above the bridge and the CG kicked out 1” from the palm. I threw this piece on a Fresh house 43’ pattern. Out of box ball motion was clean through the fronts with a controllable motion on the backend. I compared this piece to the Hustle USA (1-1 Right) & Hustle X-Ray (2-2 Right). This piece fits between Hustle X-Ray and M&M. This piece is good for all types of styles.

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