The 10 Best Wrist Positioners For Bowling

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This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in November of 2018. Whether you're just getting into bowling or you've been a pro for years, you know that release is everything when it comes to boosting scores, and proper wrist position plays a big role in it. We made sure our selections hold the user firmly, so there won't be any unexpected adjustments mid-curl. These supports can also prevent injuries, as well as alleviate preexisting pain for many. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Brunswick Bionic

2. Kool Kontrol

3. Brunswick Shot Repeater

Editor's Notes

December 03, 2018:

Considering that bowlers face a variety of handicaps, we understood that models offering a good spectrum of protection and aid the user in different ways. Some have finger positioning systems, while others only cover the wrist. We included made from soft and hard materials, giving buyers the freedom to choose between more flexible or hard-wearing products.

4. Ebonite Pro Form

5. Mongoose Optimum

6. Robby's Plus

7. Storm Xtra-Hook

8. Mongoose Lifter

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9. Robby's Revs II

10. Ebonite Z-Loc

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