Best hybrid ball ever? Polaris Hybrid by Ebonite | Full uncut review

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20 Comments on “Best hybrid ball ever? Polaris Hybrid by Ebonite | Full uncut review”

  1. I’m not sure about the best hybrid ever cause that Columbia Speed, Aero Dynamix and even the new Reality Check are really good hybrids as well. Of course there are plenty of other great hybrids out there as well

  2. I can’t speak to this ball, but I have the regular ebonite Polaris, and it is a stellar bowling ball. Hits the pins like a truck

  3. I’m excited to see this compared to the Quantum Evo hybrid because they have the same colors and are both hybrids. But this ball makes a strong case for me to want to get it!! 🔥

  4. My favorite Ebonite ball was my XXXCEL. Just rolled really well for me. Sadly it cracked in half on me.

  5. The paradox was my favorite. Now the paragon hybrid is coming out…can’t wait to see that ball in action

  6. Audio fixed JR, now on both channels. Thank you.
    Wow! This Polaris rolls so wonderfully. I think the new layout is Gold for you JR.

  7. My all time favorite Ebonite ball by far, is the original Game Breaker, which I STILL use regularly to this day. Ball is like a cheat code. Fifteen years old, with easily over a thousand games on it. Never resurfaced and only de-oiled once a year. Ball is in great shape and still has plenty of life in it. Extremely versatile on so many patterns I’ve bowled on over the years. My only regret is not buying a second one back then.

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