MORE POP ON THE BACKEND.
Big hook and no stop on the backend; that’s Extreme Envy! The first Envy handled heavy oil easily, but bowlers have been asking for more pop on the backend, and we’ve delivered that with the new Hammer Extreme Envy bowling ball. We started with the Envy cover and added carbon fiber; this addition has created a heavy oil ball that does not quit on the backend. Extreme Envy has a different core than the original Envy, this version of the Launcher core has a slightly lower RG and was created to match the Envy CFI cover perfectly. Everything about this new Envy is Extreme; you’ll be extremely happy with yours whenever you need lots of hook!
Color: Black/Crimson/White *Please note that colors may slightly vary from image shown
Coverstock: Envy CFI Solid
Weight Block: Launcher LRG Asymmetric Core with DOT Technology
Factory Finish: 500, 2000 Siaair Micro Pad
Flare Potential: 6" Plus (High)
Radius of Gyration (RG): 2.479
Differential (Diff): 0.054
Intermediate Differential (Mass Bias): 0.022
Other Details2 Year Warranty
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This is the most hooking ball in my arsenal. It is great to have a ball that I know will hook, so I can relax my swing and not have to try and pull the ball to the pocket. I have used it on both short and long patterns.
My first impressions of the Hammer Extreme Envy is it's a pretty special ball. I practiced with it against my other two big asymmetric solids, the Brunswick Mindset & the DV8 Hellcat, both pieces I like. In the beginning I found them all to be pretty similar, but when moving my feet left and getting deeper on the lane the Extreme Envy took over. Unlike most big pieces that will burn up and lose hitting power in deep, the Extreme Envy kept coming. Instead off flat ten or 2-8 the Extreme Envy kept running over the 8 pin. It stayed strong where most big solids don't like to hit from. I drilled mine at 65 x 3-1/2 x 25 and hits like a truck. In the arsenal!
The new Hammer Extreme Envy is a ball with hook unlike many balls I have thrown. The Hammer Envy Tour was the big ball in my arsenal that allowed me to play on oily lane conditions. The new Hammer Extreme Envy is another “Big Ball” with a much different look on the lanes. Like the Envy Tour, the Extreme Envy is very smooth, but the addition of the flip disc in the ball gives more angularity off the spot as the ball transitions down lane. The drill pattern in this ball is 40x4x30, which allows for the ball to be very clean and provide a consistent roll through the heads. If you were a fan of the Hammer Obsession bowling ball line, then this ball will not disappoint. I strongly encourage bowlers at all bowling levels looking for a big ball for oily lane conditions to consider the this ball. Check out a new Hammer Extreme Envy at your local pro shop try out one of the newest and hottest balls on the market today!