Redemption Pearl

It's time for Redemption!


The Aggression NE pearl cover makes its way through the heads easily and has a sharp break point. Hammerheads will love the Redemption Pearl when the Redemption Solid has burned up the lane and you need a high-end ball to get down there and deliver big backend motion and devastating hitting power.


The Redemption core has strong numbers for more overall hook. NEW to the Hammer line is DOT technology. This allows you to drill anywhere which makes this ball even tougher. Along with DOT is an orange inner core and the outer core is infused with carbon fiber.


  • PART NUMBER 60-106256-93X
  • COLOR Black / Blue / Gold
  • CORE Redemption
  • CORE TYPE Asymmetric
  • COVERSTOCK Aggression NE Pearl
  • COVER TYPE Pearl Reactive
  • FINISH 500 Siaair / Crown Factory Compound
  • WEIGHTS 12-16 Pounds
  • LANE CONDITION Medium to heavy oil
  • REACTION Aggressive backend
  • WARRANTY Two years from purchase date
  • RELEASE DATE February 20, 2020


  • 16 lb - RG (2.510) DIFF (0.046) ASY (0.013)
  • 15 lb - RG (2.498) DIFF (0.053) ASY (0.015)
  • 14 lb - RG (2.515) DIFF (0.053) ASY (0.015)
  • 13 lb - RG (2.597) DIFF (0.041) ASY (0.014)
  • 12 lb - RG (2.593) DIFF (0.041) ASY (0.014)


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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 30 reviews
    Boomerang Ball

    I'm an old guy who bowls for fun and exercise. My typical shot with weaker ball hooks about 7 boards. I wanted a stronger ball to increase my entry angle, so after talking to the pro shop, I decided on the Hammer Redemption Pearl. WOW is an understatement for the amount of hook I got with this thing on a house pattern. The hook went from 7 to 20 boards, all of it on the back end. I need to rethink my whole strike set up. But good. I think I can master this boomerang.

    William Welch
    Redemption Pearl - The Solid's Partner in Crime

    I used a slightly different drilling on this ball in comparison to my Redemption Solid. WIth weight holes no longer allowed, I used a variation of what I generally use as my pin down layouts, using dual angle method it is 60 x 4.5 x 55 and if you’re to convert it to vectors it is 4.5” x 5” x 3.5” this puts the DOT in my ring finger and the mass bias is pretty close to the thumb hole. Being a pearlized bowling ball, there is an additive to the coverstock to modify it. Hammer’s intent is for this to compliment the Redemption Solid once the oil starts to come off the lanes and they transition. For me, the pearl additive actually helps read the midlane well like the Redemption Solid. This bowling ball for me isn’t as angular as I was thinking, but I am beyond impressed with how predictable the motion is. This ball is my go-to when I am bowling on pretty wet/dry and “cliffed” patterns.

    Giving more length, smoother backend, and not sacrificing mid lane read the Redemption Pearl is an amazing compliment to the Redemption Solid. This ball is also a great option when you need more flare and a “bigger footprint” than a symmetrical bowling ball like the fugitive pearl. I was expecting a little more angular motion out of the box, but I was not disappointed with the predictability and performance I got out of this release. If you were a fan of the Statement Pearl from when Hammer bowling balls were poured in Hopkinsville, this ball will be very similar with a little more performance!

    Mason Sherman
    The Pearl partner of the Solid

    The Redemption Pearl is part of the dual launch as the first releases from Brunswick Bowling Products. Talk about the 1-2 punch that everyone needs. The solid is a hook monster and carves up the perfect spot to transition down to the pearl. The same Redemption core acts as the engine in both of these balls and gives players a great opportunity to be able to stay in the same part of the lane and simply ball down to the pearl when the solid is hooking too much, too early, or using too much energy and slowing down too much down lane.

    The Redemption pearl is the perfect sidekick to the solid. If you are a fan of asymm pearl, this ball is a must have.

    Joe Goldstein Jr
    Skid Flip just like I like it

    The Redemption Pearl is an excellent 1-2 punch with the Redemption Solid. For me, this ball is a little more skid flip down lane and allows me to play angles that the solid won’t. It also allows me to continue on the same line once the solid becomes overly aggressive because it has a very predictable down lane motion. I highly recommend this for any tournament bag.

    Les Mann
    Clean, Quiet and smooth

    This ball is super good for medium to lighter patterns and when you want to blend the friction and take control of it. This Assymetrical Pearl really stores energy really good. Must have assym in the bag