Storm Summit Peak Bowling Ball

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Looking for a different reaction for the lanes?

The Summit Peak is unlike anything else in your bag. Utilizing a pearl version of the TX-23, along with the performance-proven A.I. Core Technology, this bowling ball is certain to become a “must have” by bowlers of all skill levels.


With the Centripetal HD packed inside the A.I. Core, we’ve pushed the limits of RG and differential further than we ever have before. The RG and differential combination ensure the Summit Peak revs up early and keeps shaping down the lane, where it matters most.

Color Goldenrod/Mint/Iridium
Coverstock TX23 Pearl Reactive
Core Centripetal HD
RG 2.46
Differential 0.056
Intermediate Diff n/a
Factory finish Reacta Gloss
Weights 12 thru 16lbs
Fragrance Apple Kiwi Pie

25 Reviews

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Will on Feb 26th 2024

    Summit Peak Cover Stock: TX-23 Pearl Reactive Finish: Reacta Gloss Core: Symmetric Fragrance: Apple, Kiwi Pie Review: The Summit Peak is the latest addition to the Summit line and the new generation of AI core technology. With the pearl cover stock, the Summit Peak likes to get through the front part of the lane and create a sharp backend motion that many players are looking for in a ball. I tend to switch to this ball when equipment like my Absolute Power or Harsh Reality becomes too much and I need something that will clear the front parts of the lanes that are fried. When bowling in my league this is generally the first ball out of my bag, being that house shots can be less volume than a tournament shot. Besides the performance of this ball, the appearance of this ball is stunning and will stand out on the lanes. Will Tefft Storm Staff Member #Stromnation

  • The Summit Peak!

    Posted by Rick Klimowicz on Feb 23rd 2024

    Summit Peak • Storm • Master Series Coverstock • TX-23 Pearl Reactive • Finish Recta Gloss Core • Centripetal HD-A.I. • Symmetric Weight • 15 lbs. RG • 2.46 Differential • .056 Layout •4 1/4 x 4 3/4 x 1 5/8 Tester PAP • 5” R, 5/8” D Tester Axis Tilt • 9° Testers Rev Rate • 250 Test Pattern • 42' THS (Typical House Shot) • Modified, Kegel Stone Street Storm has produced another winning success with the Summit Peak. And with combining the proven Centripetal HD-A.I. Core with the TX-23 Pearl Reactive Coverstock Storm has created a fantastic rolling ball that belongs in any straighter player's arsenal! So, let's take a closer look at what makes the Summit Peak – all that good! The Centripetal HD-A.I. Core was developed in the original Summit and is a symmetrical powerhouse. As a straighter player, I love how the Centripetal HD-A.I. revs with a brisk and well-defined motion in the mid-lane without being overly aggressive. And what I find most appealing about the Centripetal HD-A.I. core is how it responds off the pattern. The Centripetal HD-A.I. is smooth and clean, coming off the spot like you would expect with a symmetrical core. However, the difference is Centripetal HD-A.I. creates a strong angular motion we straighter players love to see. And with its relentless continuation through the pin deck, the Centripetal HD-A.I. makes the Summit Peak an excellent choice for straighter players like me. The TX-23 Pearl coverstock serves the Summit Peak quite well. With its crisp and responsive nature, the TX-23 is an excellent choice for straighter players. However, I struggle with Reacta-Gloss, so I took my Summit peak to 2000 grit-Abralon to start my review. And if you want to talk about being energized, my Summit Peak came alive and performed exceptionally well. I found the Tx-23 Pearl grips in the front part of the lane without sacrificing energy as it progresses through the mid-lane. And if you are a straighter player, you will enjoy how the TX-23 briskly responds to friction without being overly jumpy or squirrelly! And lastly, late at night, when the heads are burnt up, and the backends are full of carry-down and spotty conditions, I loved how the TX-23 Pearl blended the conditions and still provided me with a smooth and predictable motion I could count on all night. So, in conclusion, the Summit Peak is an excellent new release by Storm. With the combination of the Centripetal HD-A.I. core and the TX-23 Pearl Reactive coverstock, the Summit Peak makes an excellent choice for any straighter player like me! And with the correct surface adjustment for your game, you can expect the Summit Peak to deliver results you can count on. So, stop into your local Storm VIP Pro Shop today and have your Summit Peak ready to roll for tonight's league. It is well worth it! Rick Klimowicz Storm Products Pro Shop Staff Roll the Ball Pro Shop Penndel, PA

  • Summit Peak Review

    Posted by Glenn on Feb 19th 2024

    Ball Specs: Storm Summit Peak TX-23 Pearl Reactive A.I. Symmetric Core Finish Reacta Gloss Polished Layout 4.5 x4 with 1.5 Pin Buffer Bowler Specs: Right Hand. PAP 5” Over 1/2 up Rev Rate 300. Tilt 20. Rotation 50. Speed at release 17 Review: The Summit Peak is another very strong pearl ball by Storm. The original Summit was smooth and predictable, the Peak is different. The Summit Peak is very responsive to friction and this creates a very powerful angular shape. This ball hooks almost as much as my Exotic Gem but more than my Zen Gold Label. Even though this is a symmetric core, the ball has a very strong mid lane grab that does not quit. The hit and carry of the Summit Peak are excellent and I am getting extra messengers even with my lower rev rate. The look of this ball gives it great shelf appeal. The Apple Kiwi Pie is a nice scent but is a little faint compared to some of the other scented balls. This ball hooks a lot but does not quit. This ball is already very popular and the results for different styles have been very good. I sometimes feel the Reacta Gloss needs to be adjusted on some balls like the Journey but it is a good choice for the Peak. Of course do not be afraid to modify surface on any ball these days, as the covers are easily tuned to your specific needs. I am really enjoying rolling the Summit Peak and the energized hook motion it provides. Summary: The Summit Peak hooks plenty and has great back end motion. The Balls colors are scent are very appealing. If you need a strong angular pearl, try the Summit Peak. Glenn Wendel Storm Pro Shop Staff Video Link:

  • Peak Performance

    Posted by Tony Marino on Feb 19th 2024

    Summit Peak Cover: TX-23 Pearl Reactive Core: Centripetal HD-AI RG: 2.46 RG Diff: 0.056 My layout: 4.5 x 2.5 The Summit Peak is a Pearl symmetrical ball that I see working best on medium to med-dry conditions. The pearl TX-23 cover is surprisingly clean. It does a great job of getting through early friction without getting off line too quickly. The super low rg core compliments the clean cover very well. Because of the length of the cover, the fast revving core translates to a medium to medium-slow response motion down lane. I have found that the Peak is best when the lanes transition past big and medium solid balls like the Absolute Power or Summit. It allows me to get down the lane easier without being too angular at the end of the oil pattern. Bowler stats: Left handed PAP: 5 x 1/4up Rev rate: 400

  • Storm Summit Peak

    Posted by Matt Fazzone on Feb 17th 2024

    The Summit Peak is the newest ball in the Master line, it has the Centripetal HD core that is wrapped around the TX-23 Pearl cover. This ball has an RG of 2.46 and diff of 0.056. I drilled mine 5 x 2 and after throwing this ball for while I was impressed with the motion it makes. It gets through the fronts with easy but still revs ups in the right spot with the lower RG. This is a ball I can see myself using on the fresh and early in blocks when the surface is older, because of the lower RG in the core and it wanting to rev up quick I can’t see myself using it when I have to open my angles up. Tournament players and lower rev players who are looking for a cleaner benchmark ball are going to love the new Summit Peak.

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Summit Peak on Feb 16th 2024

    Summit Peak - Ball Specs Cover Stock: TX-23 Pearl Reactive Finish: Reacta Gloss Core: Centripetal HD RG: 2.46 Differential: 0.056 Review The Summit Peak is the latest addition to Storm’s Master line. Storm has combined the Centripetal HD A.I. core with TX-23 Pearl Reactive cover stock. This combination allows for the Summit Peak to be more versatile than the original Summit. The Summit Peak is much cleaner with a more angular backend, which makes this ball perfect for house patterns and medium oil tournament patterns. This is a great ball for all levels of bowlers. Order one from your local pro shop today! My ball review videos are posted on YouTube channel Stanley Waite. Stanley Waite 900 Global Staff Member Dover, DE

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by BRIAN HIRSCH on Feb 14th 2024

    Hey everyone, I'm back with another ball review, and this time it's for the Storm Summit Peak. In 14 pounds this ball is wrapped in the TX-23 Pearl Coverstock and has the Centripetal HD packed inside the A.I. Core with an RG of 2.46, Diff of .056. The layout for this ball is 5x4.5x1.25 Symmetrical ball with POP! I am really loving what I see from this ball. For me it's a great ball down from the Absolute Power on a THS. The ball gets down the lane and pops off the spot and is a great in between ball where a Clone might come in to play as the next ball down. I use this ball as a game 2 ball where I need to control the friction in the midlane. If you use the original Summit or Phaze 2 as the first ball out of your bag the Summit Peak will also be a great step down from these balls as well. Check us out on YouTube at Get out to your STORM VIP shop or Pro Shop and get yours today! BOWLER STYLE: RH - Power Stroker Rev Rate: 320 Ball Speed: 15-16 PAP: 4 7/8 right 3/8 up. #Storm #VISE #BowlersChoiceProShop #BabesAndBallsBowling #IAmBowling (coupon code HIRSCH 20% off at checkout)

  • Different but good!

    Posted by Todd Pawlak on Feb 11th 2024

    I had one drilled pin down, I had it hit it with 500 then 3000. All depends on what you already have in your bag, and you want something a little different. I have an Absolute Power, I wanted something to hook less, I have a Revenant, I wanted something more. Then the awesome Virtual Energy Blackout. So for that I wanted something a little more controllable. With what I had was achieved! Rolls awesome, reads the mid lane and doesn't over react. I can't wait to try this ball on different oil patterns. You wont be disappointment!

  • Peak is a must to have

    Posted by P-Luc Larouche on Feb 8th 2024

    I really love the Storm Summit Peak. I drilled mine with pin over my fingers. It's a perfect transition ball. The Summit Peak gives me a clean, smooth ball reaction. For me, the Summit is a perfect complement to my 900 Global Sublime. On the house shots conditions, I begin with the Sublime and when it become to miss some punch at the end, I keep the same place and change for the Summit Peak and it give me the backend reaction that I need. Thogether those balls create a perfect ''1-2 punch''. The Peak go across the centrer better thant the Sublime with the pearl surface. the The Summit Peak is unlike anything else with the mix of a pearl surface the TX-23 with the performance-proven A.I. Core Technology, this bowling ball is a “must have” by bowlers of all skill levels of pitch.This combines control, predictible and dynamic ball motion. I have it in my bags on my tournament road for sure ! #summitpeak #stormnation

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Chase Valenzuela on Feb 8th 2024

    The Summit Peak is the newest pearl symmetrical ball from Storm. If you know Storm, you know this is thier bread and butter! The Summit Peak gives me a clean, smooth ball that still tips enough downlane to provided a great transition piece on flatter conditions, while also being a great league ball on most house shots. This ball is the return of a shape we got out of balls like the Axiom Pearl and original Trend, but the latest version uses A.I. core technology. This new Storm tech makes the ball rev up quicker while still keeping its axis and continuing downlane. This combines control and dynamic ball motion in a way we haven't seen from Storm until this year, and the result is a reliable shape that never misses the midlane and also still hooks plenty downlane!

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Roto Grip Rick on Jan 31st 2024

    Storm Summit Peak: Ball specs: Centripetal™ HD - A.I. with TX-23 Reactive Pearl coverstock Finished: Reacta Gloss from factory Layout: 4 3/4 x 5 3/8 x 2 7/8 Bowler specs: 15.5 mph and rev rate in the 380’s and my is PAP is 3 ¼ and at zero up/down A.I. technology is pushing the boundaries of RG like never seen in Storm’s history, and just as you thought Storm has reached the SUMMIT; Storm has reached the PEAK with the all new Storm Summit Peak. The Summit Peak was one of the first 3 balls I drilled since switching back to 15lbs earlier this month. The factory finish of Reacta Gloss went a smidge longer than my eyes like to see during warm ups and practice time. Similar of pearls released with Reacta Gloss, I took it into the pro shop and put it into the Haus machine and used Vise’s 500 grit pads for 1 minute then applied all new Storm Smooth edge and the reaction in the mid lane and backend became a tick earlier like my eyes like to see. Overall, I was able to play over and around the normal track area at ABC North on the left side of the lanes. I was able to stay between the 2 down lane markers and adjust my starting point to provide consistent shots to the pocket. Only left a few corner pins and one 8 pin, which is much better than my normal carry at ABC North with symmetrical hybrid and pearl balls like the Hyped Pearl, TnT Infused, and Sublime, which are my 1st out of the bag stuff. The Peak has definitely earned a spot in my league bag after using it several different days on fresh and heavily used lanes. See your local PSO for the new Summit Peak, or watch for a Storm Matchmaker Live event near you, and visit Storm’s YouTube page for all the recent ball releases and a TON of information about the sport of bowling.

  • Storm Summit Peak review by Lonnie Pemberton

    Posted by Lonnie Pemberton on Jan 30th 2024

    LANE CONDITION Length:43 Volume: Med-High Type (THS, Sport Pattern etc):THS COMMENTS COVERSTOCK: TX-23 Pearl Reactive WEIGHT BLOCK: Centripetal™ HD - A.I. FACTORY FINISH: Reacta Gloss RG: 2.46 (15 lb) Differential: 0.056 (15 lb) ME: Right-Handed Tweener Speed: 12-13 mph Rev Rate: 315 Axis Tilt: 14° Axis Rotation: 74° PAP: 5 1/8 R 7/8 Up Ball Layout: Pin Over Middle Finger 5 1/2 X 4 1/2 X 3 VLS The success and popularity of the AI core technology featured in the original Summit left little doubt that a pearl version would be coming down the line and Storm didn't disappoint. The new Master line release is called the Summit Peak. A pearl version of the TX - 23, and advancement of the TX-16 cover featured on the Phaze II, wraps this one up. I tested the Summit Peak in league. The first week I opted to take it out game 3 when my solid balls were seeing to much of the front of the lane. I was pretty surprised with how smooth is ball was. While it is certainly cleaner than the original Summit was, I feel that this core so dominates the motion of this ball, that it tended to tip up pretty fast. Even with the longer pin buffer I opted for, the ball seemed to get forward pretty fast when trying to use it so late. I kept it in play by moving even deeper and really opening my angle up early, getting the ball to bounce off the friction earlier and sort of set at the pocket. It worked well enough for 220 or so but I felt like I was having to really manipulate the reaction to get the ball through the pins. I decided to try throwing the Summit Peak on the fresh the next week. I much preferred it in this role, in spite of its Pearl Cover the ball read the mid-lane very well even on the fresh and controlled the back-end reaction really well. This may not be a typical reaction for bowlers with more ball speed than me, or who bowl in centers where the fronts don't hook so much. I think the summit peak will work out well as a transition ball for bowlers who really liked the original summit. It also makes a good alternative for a first ball out for people like me who want a sort of "solid" reaction from a ball that doesn't necessarily give them the early solid-type read on the lane. Lonnie Pemberton Storm Pro Shop Staff Vise Pro Shop Staff Revolutions Pro Shop

  • Storm Summit Peak

    Posted by Dannial Cohen on Jan 28th 2024

    Storm Summit Peak Ball Review Layout VLS-5.25x4x2.25 Dual Angle-50x5.25x32 Surface-Storm Reacta Gloss Storm Summit Peak will be a great addition to the master series. It will be a great compliment to the orginal Summit with increased length and a stronger backend motion. So when you feel like the orginal summit or Phaze 2 is reading the lane too early the summit peak will be a great option. Summit peak for me will be a great transition ball when I need more length and a stronger backend motion.

  • Review

    Posted by Storm Andrew on Jan 28th 2024

    I'm glad Storm elected to go with the pearl version of the Summit as the original was too strong to utilize on most conditions. I have thrown the peak a bunch already and am a fan of what I seen, as I been looking for more versatility for a medium benchmark pearl to utilize when my other balls become too smooth and slow. The peak is the strongest symmetrical pearl in my bag and I will look at this as a step up from the Xponent pearl when I need a stronger mid lane read than the cleaner/angular pearls. I believe this will be a great option for most bowlers to capture that step down off the bigger asymmetrical and symmetrical solids.

  • Clean and Strong

    Posted by Steven Collins on Jan 27th 2024

    Dual Angle Layout: 45 x 4 ½ x 30 Storm Vector Layout: 4 ½ x 3 7/8 x 1 7/8 Summit Peak is another great Symmetrical Pearl from the SPI brand. This ball is super clean and responsive down lane. When you need a ball to get left and know its going to recover then this is the ball for you. On the fresh it was a little too angular for me but when the lanes start to transition, and I have to move left this ball starts to really shine. A great 1-2 combo between the Summit and the Peak.

  • Summit Peak!

    Posted by Josh Shoemaker on Jan 24th 2024

    The Storm Summit Peak is the newest release in the Summit line. The Summit Peak features the same Centripetal HD found in the original Summit but is now wrapped in TX-23 pearl. The Summit Peak is the perfect complement to the Summit. The Summit Peak preserves all the traction the OG provided but moves it a zone farther down the lane. The Summit Peak has been my go to 3 ball in league/tournaments and is the perfect ball before my UFO Alert/Hyroad. Review Video:

  • Storm Summit Peak review by Ethan Fiore

    Posted by Ethan Fiore on Jan 24th 2024

    The Summit Peak is our new Zen! The Summit Peak has the TX-23 Pearl Coverstock along with the Centripetal Core. Compared to the original Summit, the Summit Peak is cleaner but the strong cover makes it very predictable and controllable shape. Very clean through the front with a lot of backend motion! Go get yours today! Ethan Fiore ⭐PBA Member⭐Roto Grip Staff⭐CoolWick Staff⭐Tournament Director⭐ Right 2 Handed Rev Rate: 500 Speed: 17.5 PAP: 4 1/8 up 7/8

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Michael Slatky on Jan 24th 2024

    Storm Summit Peak Cover Stock: TX-23 Pearl Reactive Finish: Reacta Gloss Core: Centripetal HD A.I. (14pd) RG: 2.46 Differential: 0.056 Layout: 2 x 6 x 5 - 2LS Layout Extras: 3" Finger Depth, "X" - 4 1/2 D and 1 Inch Left Tester: PAP 6 1/2 R, 1 1/4 D Review: The Storm Summit Peak features the Centripetal HD weight block and is paired with the newer Amplified Inertia outer core. Essentially, this means to the bowler is more length and more motion off the spot compared to one of the all time greats, the Phaze II. Also, compared to the original Summit you can anticipate more length with the Reacta Gloss finish. Something that folks may not be aware of is the RG and Differential values are the same for 14 to 16 pounds in the Summit Peak. For my review, I rolled the Summit Peak at the factory Reacta Gloss finish and also bowled with the Summit at a 3K finish that I prepped four sides with a new Abralon pad. Also, I prepped a Phaze II the same as ^ for comparison purposes. In addition, both the Summit and Phaze II have a 5 x 4 x 4 - 2LS layout. My Summit Peak I changed layout a bit and went with a 2 x 6 x 5 - 2LS and also drilled the fingers a touch deeper to get through the fronts a little bit more on your typical THS patterns. In comparing the Summit Peak to the original Summit and Phaze II I was pleased the Summit Peak went through the front part of the lane a bit easier for me. As a slower two handed player the Summit is more of a higher volume sport pattern ball for me. The Summit Peak OOB Reacta Gloss finish definitely increased length. However, I will take a touch of the finish off with a 3K Abralon pad by hand to smooth the ball out. For me it was a little sensitive to the wet/dry in testing. The plus side is I feel with the layout and surface prep I have a big sym to work with in league. I do feel I need to test my angles more with the Summit Peak as with many big syms angles can get the ball forward quickly. I will say to the eye the A.I. technology does benefit on light hits. I had a few that carried when missing right a touch. Be sure to try out a Storm Summit Peak and fill that gap for fresh league and heavier volume tournament patterns. I'm definitely excited to use the Summit Peak with a short pin to PAP layout. Please be sure to visit your favorite pro shop today or my channel at: Michael Slatky 900 Global Staff Member York, PA

  • Get to the peak

    Posted by Dustin Clair on Jan 23rd 2024

    Summit Peak Layout 4.25x4x4 Ball speed - 15mph Rev rate - 390 This ball is a great step down from the sublime and a huge compliment to the original Summit. With the pearl cover it gets down lane 3-5 feel longer than the Summit, and about 2-4 ft longer than the Sublime. This helps it keeps energy through the pins so well. The Peak is still strong enough to throw on fresher hous shots and does not force me to the friction as much as some other mid level or even weaker balls do. The Peak gives me a more pronounced change of direction off of the pattern than the IQ Ruby allowing me to chase the dry much deeper and still get the corner out consistently. The AI outer core has the Peak hitting the pins very hard as well. For me the AI core gets the ball reving easily off of my hand letting me stay smooth through release and not feeling like I need to grab it to get the ball to Rev up. This lends it's self to much more consistency shot to shot.

  • Summit Peak Review

    Posted by Adam Chase on Jan 23rd 2024

    Layout: 5 x 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 Surface: Reacta Gloss The Summit Peak brings back the Centripetal HD Core with AI Technology with the new TX-23 Pearl Coverstock. Based on how early and strong the original Summit was, I expected the Peak to be a cleaner and more angular version. It is definitely accurate. Comparing the two balls, I saw about 2-3 feet longer and a more defined ball motion down lane. It still gave me that more controlled look but continues through the pins really well. This ball is predictable yet angular. It reminds me more of the 900 Global Zen as a straight comparison. Compared to the Storm Phaze 5, the Summit Peak is overall stronger and is more continuous. The Peak is strong enough to use potentially on fresh lane conditions and versatile enough to use for 1st and/or 2nd transition. Its more rolly nature can be great on both the right and left hand sides of the lane. So far it has been great for me on lower volume and higher volume house patterns. The Peak will work well for many styles and lane conditions and makes a great step down from the original Summit or Phaze 2.

  • Storm Summit Peak – WWRD 1/19/2024

    Posted by Patrick Dombrowski (Storm Staff) on Jan 22nd 2024

    Storm Summit Peak – WWRD 1/19/2024 Cover: TX-23 Pearl Reactive Core: Centripetal HD-A.I. RG: 2.46 RG. Diff.: 0.056 Finish: Reacta Gloss Fragrance: Apple Kiwi Pie Storm’s new Summit Peak is a Pearl Symmetric Piece. This piece is good for Medium Oil Patterns. PAP is 5 5/16 R 1 3/16 Up. Rev Rate: 400. Speed: 16.5. Drilled this piece with the Pin Up between the Fingers and the CG kicked out 1.5” from the palm. Fresh 43’ house pattern, Out of Box ball motion was clean through the fronts with a sharp backend reaction. Compared to the Summit, this piece is cleaner through the fronts with a sharper shape on the backend. I also compared this to the Storm Journey (2-2 Right) and Fate (3-3 Right). If you are looking for a piece for medium oil patterns that continues on the backend this is the piece for you. Check out the Ball motion Video on my YouTube Page:

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Zachary Woelfel on Jan 22nd 2024

    The all new Summit Peak features the pearl version of the TX-23, wrapped around the performance proven AI Core Technology. So far I am very happy with what I have seen out of this piece. I am a huge fan of the 900 Global Sublime, I feel that this feeds off of that ball very well, they have similar motion, however, the Summit Peak is more responsive off the friction. I have seen the most success with this ball when I move left and need to loop the lane, it allows me to do so without losing pin carry. I have a feeling that you will see this ball a lot out on tour this year. Go to your local VIP Proshop and get one for yourself today! Dual Angle: 35 x 5 x 40 VLS: 5 x 3 x 2.75

  • Reach your PEAK!

    Posted by Dave Jecko on Jan 20th 2024

    Storm Summit Peak - Master Line Coverstock: TX-23 Pearl - Reacta Gloss Core: Centripetal HD - A.I. RG: 2.46 Differential: .056 (15 lbs) Fragrance: Apple Kiwi Pie Layout: 5 x 5 x 3 PAP: 6" Right, 1 3/8" Up Axis Tilt: 16° Rotation: 51° Rev Rate: 450-500 Speed: 17-18 mph Location: Vista Lanes - Yorkville, NY Pattern: 2023 USBC Jr. Gold Lane Surface: HPL The Summit Peak is an energized, responsive, and more angular version of the Summit. It was designed to complement the original and be a versatile ball for all skill levels. The Summit Peak features TX-23 pearl coverstock with the Centripetal HD weight block paired with the A.I. outer core. The pearl cover helps it clear the fronts and the core will create more midlane roll without losing a strong backend reaction. The Peak gave me a great look sliding on 30, looking 17 at the arrows with my breakpoint around 8-9. As the lanes broke down, I was able to move left and it continued to create sharp backend motion. When compared to the Summit, the Peak is cleaner, more angular, and a few boards weaker. The Peak will be a great choice after the Summit or other hybrid balls struggle to kick out the corner pins in league or tournaments. I expect the Peak to excel on medium patterns or later in tournament blocks. Stop by your local Storm VIP pro shop to check it out! Available on January 19th. Dave Jecko Storm Amateur Staff Member YouTube Channel:

  • Storm Summit Peak

    Posted by Kevin Duncan on Jan 8th 2024

    Storm Summit Peak Layout: 5.75 x 4 x 2 Storm Pin Buffer Layout Rev Rate: 325 rpm, 7 degree of axis tilt, 40 degree of axis rotation Testing information: 41 foot THS (medium to light volume) Bowling Center: Fulton Bowling Center Kegel Machine – Brunswick Anvilane The Storm Summit Teak utilizes the TX-23 pearl coverstock and the Centripetal HD weight block. The coverstock is the big brother to the Phase II cover. My first impression is the ball is going to be a great option as a step down from the bigger bowling balls when they burn up. The Summit Peak was very clean in the front part of the lane and had good pop on the back end of the lane. I threw it up against the 900 Global Sublime. The Sublime was a little earlier and not as much on the back end. Both these balls are great options. I named the Sublime the ball of 2023. The Summit Peak is going to make the run at ball of the year in 2024. Visit your local Storm VIP Pro Shop! #Stormnation #SquadRG

  • Summit Peak

    Posted by Thomas Szczepaniak on Jan 8th 2024

    The Summit Peak utilizes a pearl version of the TX-23, along with the performance-proven A.I. Core Technology, this bowling ball is a monster on the lanes. The coverstock is a new and improved formula from the Phaze II cover. The Summit Peak was very clean in the front part of the lane and had good pop on the back end of the lane. When comparing it to the Journey and Sublime, I felt that this ball will fit nicely in between these two. The Journey gripped a little harder and the Sublime was a touch longer with a smoother backend reaction. All of these balls are great options. Visit your local pro shop today to Pre-Order yours today! #stormnation #SquadRG #900Global #Coolwick #ViseInserts #A2B