Pride Pearl by Motiv | Full uncut review with commentary

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10 Comments on “Pride Pearl by Motiv | Full uncut review with commentary”

    1. This is a good alternative to what He was doing before. The camera on the lane was a distraction, and most comments were about the camera and not the ball reactions. Great improvement, JR.

  1. I like the 25 degree layout with the mass bias kicked out to the right. I am learning to throw my new Pride with the hybrid cover.

  2. 70 degree definitely deflects more. Would you expect similar performance if the balls were solids instead of pearls? Perhaps the strong layout for pearls and weak layout for solids is a good combo for the arsenal?

  3. The 25 degree drilling angle definitely picked up and revved much sooner in the mid-lane, rolled forward sooner, and was a more rounded, heavier rolling and arcing backend reaction. The 70 degree drilling angle was cleaner through the front with a much quicker, sharper, and faster response to friction

  4. Definitely got better and more consistent reaction with the 20 degree pride. Ball looks great reaction wise for sure.

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  7. The 70 degree layout will definitely give you more skid and store the energy. Given the last degree which I assume is 25 the moment the 70 degree ball will see friction it will hook left aggressively. While the 25 degree first angle layout will make the ball work the moment it hits the lane and once it sees friction it will not bite back hard because of the energy loss. These are my two cents on the layout. Now which one to use when, it all depends on the lane condition on the given day. Lower volume patterns I would use 70 degrees higher volume pattern I will use 25 degrees.

    Overall the ball looked fantastic to me.

    Appreciate if you can do one video on speed control of the ball with feet movement and also a video on how to send the ball far right when you are playing deep inside I assume this will be related to where you follow through your hand on the clock at the time of release.

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