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Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball

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  • Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball and Core
  • Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball
  • Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball Core
MSRP: $249.95
$149.95
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Description

Columbia 300 Power Torq Bowling Ball

  • Color: Sky Blue
  • Coverstock: ERT Solid
  • Weight Block: Torq
  • Factory Finish:  500/200 Siaair Micro Pad
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.503; 15lbs - 2.489; 14lbs - 2.514
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.046; 15lbs - 0.054; 14lbs - 0.054
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

 

 Additional Product Information:

The Power Torq is not a remake of the early 1990’s Power Torq, we revisited the name as homage to the brand’s history, but the core and cover combination is new.  We increased our development and testing process for this ball, and you’ll see evidence of this when you watch the ball motion.  We are back to pouring multi-density cores for Columbia 300, something Columbia 300 pioneered and was known for.  The multi-density cores allow us to target mass properties within the core body to enhance desired ball motion.  The Low RG and High Differential core numbers and new core inner don’t appear different on paper, but you will notice the difference on the lanes.
 
The cover is our ERT base and is poured in a solid, and does contain a light load of traction-enhancing sparkle.  The Power Torq is a solid, sanded ball but is not your heavy oil ball. It is designed to work on various conditions and will likely prove to be your most versatile ball.  We are excited to introduce the Power Torq into the Columbia 300 product line.  It’s an exceptional product that is just what the brand needs right now. 


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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Medium/Heavy
Factory Finish:
Sanded 2000 Siaair
Core Type:
Symmetrical
Coverstock:
Solid Reactive
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22 Reviews

  • 5
    Power Torq

    A ball name that has great retro vibes, but this ball is anything but old. The all new ERT Solid reactive coverstock finished at 500/2000 Siaair Micro Pad can tackle medium to heavy lanes with a continuous backend motion.  What that means to us as bowlers is, a fantastic benchmark solid. This ball is the first out of my bag on my house condition. The ball reads the friction like a map. Clean through the fronts and not shy on the backs.  The Power Torq creates great angles when I need to move left and still plays with control. The cover contains a light load of traction-enhancing sparkle that helps it dig in without fizzling out too early.

  • 5
    Power Torq

    The Power Torq by Columbia 300 might be the best symmetrical solid I have ever thrown to date. My Power Torq reads the mid lane and has a very continuous but predictable motion on the back end. The Power Torq has proven to be very versatile and I have been able to play multiple angles to the pocket depending on the oil pattern with a good carry percentage. This ball is a “must have” and bowlers that are looking for predictable motion and versatility should visit there local pro shop operator and inquire about this ball.

  • 5
    Great Benchmark

    I drilled this ball as a benchmark to my arsenal, and that is exactly what it is. It is always the first ball out of my bag because it is that Goldie Locks of skid, hook, and shape. I expected it to be early and smooth, but it's actually not super early or smooth. It's pretty strong for a symmetrical ball. It gets through the front quite well. Not overly ambitious on the back-end, but sufficiently continuous to strike from even the deep inside angles. I have adjusted the surface a few times, and it seems to work well with any surface, but I prefer 500 grit.

  • 5
    Powertorq

    The Columbia brand did great work with this ball. I would give a 9/10 for usability on any house condition. Medium oil heavy oil it won’t matter this ball will just keep trucking. While having a powerful arc off the spot motion. This ball will clean the fronts like butter and blow the pins away. Medium to high rev rate players will love the way they can control this piece. If your looking for a statement piece in your bag this is the ball

  • 5
    POWER TORQ

    The Power Torq is a very versatile ball. It has a lot of midlane and controllable downlane motion. I can not say enough about how controllable the Power Torq is on a varitey of lane conditions. The Power Torq is the example of a "benchmark" ball. It takes surface changes very well. It has Great shelf appeal and looks great going down the lane.

  • 5
    Clean - Continous

    The Power Torq a great symmetrical piece from Columbia 300. The out of the box finish is very clean with a continuous backend. I drilled mine 45x4x35 and I was able to find my way to the pocket on my local house conditions very easily but for those tournament patterns I needed to apply a grittier surface which this ball takes very well. This is a great all around ball that you can either start with or ball down from a big solid asymmetrical ball (Command Solid) or when your big asymmetrical pearl (Command Pearl) is too violent. The Power Torq will make a great addition to any bag.

  • 5
    Power Torq

    Welp, no question about it. This is THE top performing ball Columbia has come out with, hands down. The Outlook Solid was a must in my bag, but now the Power Torq has taken that spot. No symmetric ball is as versatile as the Power Torq. We will be seeing this BLUE TANK for a long time. Do not miss out!

  • 5
    Great ball

    Power Torq- an all time classic in the 90s and soon to be a classic in the 2020s. Just an overall great ball. Strong, controllable, and versatile. Allows for many styles of players such as down and in, straighter and those bowlers that like to hook it. Great for medium to heavy oil conditions.

  • 5
    Smooth and Continuous

    The power Torq is a whole lotta ball for the money. Its strong arching motion makes the transition games in league a breeze. You can play up the boards with it and it has zero issue when you move left as well. It’s a great benchmark motion and a great value.

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