Track Latitude Pearl Bowling Ball

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MSRP: $289.95
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Track Latitude Pearl Bowling Ball

  • Color: Royal/Aqua
  • Coverstock: QR-8 Pearl
  • Weight Block: MC2 Technology
  • Factory Finish: 500, 1000 Siaair with Crown Factory Compound
  • Flare Potential: High
  • Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.546; 15lbs - 2.511; 14lbs - 2.528
  • Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.045; 15lbs - 0.045; 14lbs - 0.045
  • Intermediate Differential (Diff): N/A
  • Fragrance: N/A

Additional product information:

The Latitude Pearl is not only gorgeous, but it’s also versatile, consistent, and it performs.  The MC² core has been a proven performer for decades, aiding QR-8 Pearl, it produces a long and strong motion for medium conditions. The strength and versatility of the Latitude Pearl wedge this ball in perfectly between the Tempo and Latitude Solid, also making it a great step down from a Proof Pearl. 

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Additional Information

Lane Condition:
Factory Finish:
Crown Factory Compound
Core Type:
Pearl Reactive
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5 Reviews

  • 4
    Track Latitude Pearl

    Posted by Brent Watson on Jan 1st 2021

    The new Track Latitude Pearl is a very smooth and controllable pearl bowling ball. The Latitude Pearl does not overhook when it sees friction. This ball is something special. Most pearls want to very responsive off the spot, the Latitude Pearl is super smooth and continuous. If you want a benchmark Pearl with control this is the ball for you. It also a great color combination that looks great going down the lane.

  • 5
    Track Latitude Pearl

    Posted by Scotty Wiley on Dec 12th 2020

    The MC2 core is something special, I don’t think there is a bad coverstock combination with such a proven core. The Latitude Pearl takes this excellent core and creates something really special. On top of that, this ball features DynamiCore, a more durable outer material that increases hitting power and pin carry. This ball is excellent out of the box, the core revs up pretty quick but the QR-8 Pearl delays the reaction to just the right point on the lane then boom! This ball comes off the spot fast and hard, creating a sharp motion towards the pins. The more I have thrown this ball, the better it gets!

  • 5
    Better with Pearl

    Posted by Dave Han on Dec 11th 2020

    The Track Latitude Pearl may get lost in the shuffle with all the new releases coming out, but don’t let this one fall through the cracks. This is definitely a ball worth having. Mine was drilled 110x3x35. The OOB 500/1000 compound permits this ball to read earlier than normal polished equipment. Between the layout and cover, I have not had much success covering a lot of boards – but the Latitude Pearl does a great job of managing oil and making a move at the end of the pattern into a strong continuous roll. I recommend the Latitude Pearl for league nights, and for those medium length sport shots with volume. If you need a ball that doesn’t have a solid cover, but won’t get lost in the oil, the Latitude Pearl may surprise you. Dave Han Track Regional Staff Vise Regional Staff

  • 4
    Track Latitude Pearl

    Posted by Bob Newman on Nov 19th 2020

    The Track Latitude Pearl looks to me like it will be a house shot killer. It has easy length and a strong rounded motion ideal for most house shots. When I say rounded I mean it’s smoother, less flippy if you get it into the dry too quick or grab a handful at the bottom. You have a better chance of getting away with wobbly 4 pin as opposed to some ugly split you might see with a flippy kinda pearl ball.

  • 5
    A higher level of the original

    Posted by Dwayne A. Jenkins on Nov 8th 2020

    The original Latitude (Solid) was what I call a "peace maker," meaning that it was a ball that was balanced in reaction and strength... not too strong, but not too weak in ball reaction and backend reaction. The Latitude Pearl is on a higher level of the original as far as length and angular backend reaction. This is the tag team partner of the original in the event the house shots get a little more suspicious with wet/dry and dry boards during lane play, and is a highly recommended piece that is crucial to have added to your bag. I would also add for tournaments too when patterns break down... YouTube:

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