While the original Frantic’s hybrid coverstock created ample backend reaction, the Freak’n Frantic’s pearl mixture amped that characteristic to the next degree. During testing, in fact, the Freak’n Frantic earned its spot in the lineup as the technical team noticed its crisp break point and bold reaction to friction, no matter how far down the lane it began.
With a 1500-grit polished finish, the new Freak’n Frantic can be optimized to any bowler style. Those with a lot of ball speed may need to take some of the polish off the surface while others may prefer the factory finish.
While the coverstock is crucial to reaction, you have to consider the core as well. The Freak’n Frantic’s N.O.S. core provides the power and, when compared with the Turbine core, Storm increased its flare potential by more than 15% with its higher volume. Put it all together and the results are sure to be freak’n frantic...for the pins, at least!