Arson Low Flare is bringing it straight at tough tournament lane conditions with its own reaction shape – a shape never before seen in the Hammer family.
Born when nearly all existing differential was ripped from the Arson core, leaving a lean, low RG/low differential, the Low Flare is perfect for conditions so dry the pins beg for mercy.
Ball Review: Hammer Arson Low Flare
Drilled 65 x 5 1/4 x 30
Surface: out of the Box (500 Grit)
LANE CONDITION – Kegel Main Street
Length: 41 feet
Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc): THS / Kegel THS
Likes:dry lanes, humidity, patchy conditions
Dislikes: anything more then medium oil
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