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Jump to new posts Re: Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by 82Boat69 @ Today at 09:14 PM

By ball rings are you talking about flare lines?
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Jump to new posts Re: Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by MNsportsfan @ Today at 05:15 PM

I ordered them today after talking with a rep. I figured for 20.00 and two new ball rings, why not give them a try. Will let you know how they work.
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Jump to new posts Re: Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by MNsportsfan @ Today at 10:17 AM

I have tried the glove that has the index and pinky finger, it worked for awhile, but my middle and ring finger would still sweat so bad that I stopped using it. Am thinking these sleeves would work really well as the rest of my hand can breath. Ju
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Jump to new posts Re: Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by 82Boat69 @ Yesterday at 08:35 PM

The glove I saw was only for the 2 fingers and the thumb. I have a friend who uses an entire glove. He swears by it.
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Jump to new posts Re: Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by MNsportsfan @ Yesterday at 07:17 PM

I havent tried a full glove as my hand would really sweat then. Tried tape but it comes right off. Trying tape in finger holes currently. Thanks though!
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Jump to new posts Re: Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by 82Boat69 @ Yesterday at 06:37 PM

I've never tried them, but I bowl with a couple of guys who where a glove that accomplish the same thing. I would think it would take awhile to get use to the feel or the lack there-of.
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Jump to new posts Creative Bowling Solutions Power Finger Grips by MNsportsfan @ Yesterday at 04:35 PM

Has anyone tried these? My fingers sweat bad and would love to try something like this, but have my doubts. There are no reviews anywhere, they look slick. Thanks for any input! http://www.creativebowlingsolutions.com/index.php/power-finger-grips
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Jump to new posts Re: Last Online 10 days ago by Dennis Michael @ Yesterday at 04:45 AM

Wow, glad to see some still here. I felt I was witnessing the death of a site. I too have plugged a couple balls, getting rid of the balance holes. Weird, but I notice very little difference. I thought they would be weaker then they were. I'm bo
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