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Track Latitude Solid
The Latitude upper mid-performance bowling ball by Track makes a great benchmark ball. This ball uses the MC2 core that was previously used in the Triton Elite and modifies it a bit to create a little higher RG and Differential. This symmetrical core is wrapped in the QR8 solid reactive coverstock creating a strong midlane and backend reaction. The ball is very versatile for a wide range of bowling styles and lane conditions.
- Color: Dark Purple/Light Purple
All colors do vary somewhat from the picture shown
Customer Reviews | 1 Customer Question
By Michelle from Bend, OR
I absolutely love my Triton Elite and the Latitude seems to be even better! Same core with a stronger cover and it really packs a punch. The smooth motion makes it very controllable and does really well on the fresh. Another Track ball that won't leave you disappointed! Get to your pro shop today.
By Sweetpea Bowl from Worcester, MA
Here is my take on the Track Latitude. The Track Latutide is a mid-performance ball in the Track lineup featuring the MC2 symmetrical core wrapped by a QR8 Solid cover. The color is Dark Purple/Light Purple and box finish is 3000 Siaair.
My "vitals" are a 405 rev rate with a PAP of 5 9/16 over and 1/8 up. I drilled one with a 60 x 5 x 70 layout (Pin down) and another with a 50 x 5 x 20 layout (pin up). I have thrown them at box surface and 4000 Abralon. I have tried the Latitude on various THS as well as Kegel Tungsten.
This ball, by design is close to the popular remake of the Track Triton Elite of 2 years ago. The Latitude has "benchmark ball" written all over it and indeed it is a phenomenal starting point in one's arsenal. Like the Elite, the Latitude is effective, I believe, on a variety of pattern volumes/pattern distances. Compared to an Elite, I see the Latitude as having a little bit more definition and motion off of the spot. Like with the Elite, the Latitude hits with plenty of power. In drilling 2 of them, I do see different shapes and as such, it appears that the Latitude will be versatile and should be effective for a variety of styles, rev rates etc.
See your local proshop for more on the Track Latitude.
By Trackbowler Bob from pacifica, ca
Track Latitude Solid screams benchmark
Was able to get a few games in before we had the virus shutdowns. The Track Latitude Solid made the Beaten Path oil pattern look very easy. This Ball has easy length and a very smooth motion that makes moving during transition easy. The core is the same as the Track Triton Élite with a little stronger cover. This is a nice first benchmark type ball from Track at the new facility. A ball like this should be in everyone's arsenal.
By Dave Han from Birmingham AL
Strong benchmark ball
Coming from the Brunswick factory, the Track Latitude is labeled a benchmark ball and a ball designed to most closely resemble the Track Triton Elite. Those looking for a benchmark solid, I don't believe you're going to be disappointed with the performance of this ball.
Mine was laid out 90x2x45. We decided on the shorter pin layout because the Triton Elite (70x3.75x20) is still very much a part of my arsenal. The shorter pin permits me to navigate the wet/dry I can find on many THS and some sport shots. The coverstock is definitely stronger/earlier in comparison to the Triton Elite - and the cover/core combination - I believe creates a bigger overall motion. Even with the short pin layout, I am not lacking backend motion with this ball.
I would recommend your favorite layout on this ball - and for most patterns - the Latitude could be the first ball out of your bag to benchmark the lane conditions for you.
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By Demo from Altadena
What I love about this ball is it rolls early. It doesn't jerk or over react. It arcs, it continues, it easy to use. The proof and this both have distinctive looks which make them a perfect compliment to each other. If you liked the Triton elite you'll love this ball
By jkaseehammer from Coatesville, PA
I used a 50 x 4.5 x 30 layout, which put the pin above my ring finger, and it's is the same way I drilled my Triton Elite. For me, the Latitude is a little stronger, smoother, and earlier than the Triton. The ball rolls better for me on medium/heavier oil patterns and sports shots where I've kept my angles straighter. I feel like this ball will always be in my bag and used a lot, especially during tournaments. You can see this ball go down lane at Tamer Bowling on YouTube.
By Trackstar85 from Renton, WA
The Latitude Is Gonna Be A Great Addition To Your Arsenal!
All You Triton Elite Fans Out There Will Definitely Want To Add This Ball To Your Bowling Ball Arsenal. With Some New Modifications To The Latitude From The Triton Gives This Ball A Little Extra Drive To The Pin Deck! Good For Medium Oil Patterns And A Ball For Any Kind Of Bowler Style And Makes This A Very Versatile Ball To Have In Your Bag! Definitely Going TO Be A Great Ball To Have For Tournaments And Medium Volume House Shots To Play Straighter Angles Toward The Pocket.. #Brunswick #BrandsOfBrunswick #BowlWithUS #BowlWithBrunswick #TrackBowling #EvolutionaryRevolutionary
By Joe Altimore III from Canton Ohio
Nice length with control.
When the Proof solid is a bit too strong its a nice ball down.
Customer Questions & Answers | Reviews
How do i compare this to the roto grip wine
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The Latitude Solid will have a stronger hook potential and read earlier on the lanes to give it a smoother arcing hook. The Latitude also can handle a little more oil because of this so it works well in medium while the Hustle is rated more from medium down into lighter oil conditions.
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