Built to provide performance for both the novice bowler and the advanced bowler, the Hustle Line of balls serves as the standard in which all other entry level balls are compared. So, whether you are looking to get your very first ball or looking to get a ball to fill out your arsenal for those lighter conditions, have no fear, the Hustle Line is here!

Engineered For – Light to Medium Oil Conditions

Release date: July 23, 2021

Color: Cranberry/Merlot
This kit contains:

Technical Specifications

  • 10 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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July 17, 2022
Hustle wine is lit
I love this ball I have been using it for ever keep up the good work on making those bowling bowls love yall
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November 5, 2021
Dry lanes dream!
Roto Grip Hustle Wine #15.3 2" pin 3.0 oz top Rt. hand 14 mph PAP 4 9/16 1/4 over. Drilling: 5 x 3 x 2 OOB finish Volume 38-41ft THS, Kegel Challenge patterns Drilled up the Roto Grip Wine Hustle 5 x 3". Pin down over middle finger. Kept in OOB finish. With my ball speed and axis rotation I need skid and control. Was excited to see a short pin, threw a fav layout on it and headed to league. 711 out of the gates. Lot of friction in this house,. This release was the combat to early hook for me. Great length without over squirt. More backend than expected. Was able to open up the lane. Misses wide recovered to the pocket. Without sounding crazy its an aggressive dry lane ball for me. The free skid up front was the key. Looking for pearl performance on drier conditions the Wine Hustle is a must! #RotoGrip #WineHustle #strikingworldwide
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September 10, 2021
Hustle Wine Review
Ball Specs:
Roto Grip Hustle Wine
Cover stock Pearl Reactive
Weight BlockHustle™ Core (Symmetrical)
ColorCranberry / Merlot
Finish1500-grit Polish

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

The Hustle Wine is the latest pearl Hustle introduced to the line. The Hustle Wine is another ball that gives you more performance than you pay for. This ball is weaker than the Burner Pearl and is perfect for dryer conditions. The Wine has an upgraded cover from the RAP so I am seeing more down lane motion. The Hustle Wine has quickly become a favorite of my two handers or Rev dominant bowlers. The Wine while giving you a nice move on the back is still predictable. The Wine hits as good as a much more expensive ball. I thought the last Hustles where very good but I really feel the new Wine and Camo are better. The Hustle Wine will be a great choice for new bowlers looking for a performance ball with control or the experienced bowler needing a ball they can trust on drier conditions.

The Hustle Wine is a good looking ball.
The control and hit on dry lanes is excellent.
The Hustle line gives you a ton of bang for your buck.

Glenn Wendel
PBA Member
Storm Pro Shop Staff

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Roto Grip Rick
September 6, 2021
Wine is Fine!
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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Mike Craig - Storm Products Amateur Staff
August 31, 2021
Hustle Wine review by Mike Craig
I drilled up my Hustle Wine 4 x 20 and left it box finish.
Hustle Wine review: I put the WINE in play against the pearls I carry like the UC2, Hustle RAP, and ZEN. Against the ZEN, the WINE was a lot weaker. The WINE compared to the ZEN is probably a couple of zones weaker and a lot less motion. Really no comparison. The UC2 got closer in push thru the front, but definitely more motion down the lane. The WINE against the RAP was more of an even comparison. The WINE picked up about the same spot but just slightly more sharper than the RAP. The WINE is an updated version of the RAP with slightly more chops at the breakpoint. Pick up the WINE for more friction environments where the stronger balls are forcing you too far left for your style or way you like to see the lanes.
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