Don't call it a "comeback"... The Power Torq from Columbia 300 is here.
While it has the same name as ball from Columbia's past, this rock brings all new technology to the line.
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.
Inside, the Torq symmetric core will produce length and retain energy, making this your perfect "benchmark" ball in your bag.
Lighter colored resin swirls are common on the Power Torq. This is a product of the manufacturing process and doesn't affect ball reaction in any way.
Here is what Columbia 300 has to say about Power Torq:
The Power Torq is not a remake of the early 1990s Power Torq, we revisited the name as homage to the brand’s history, but the core and cover combination are 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.