American-made and designed to match the size, weight, and feel of standard lacrosse balls, PEARL NX no-bounce practice lacrosse balls provide all of the feel without the bounce. These balls are made of our re-engineered elastomer and never grease or harden.
SAME SIZE, WEIGHT & SOFTNESS AS A STANDARD LACROSSE BALL, WITHOUT THE CRAZY REBOUND DURING PRACTICE
RE-ENGINEERED PREMIUM ELASTOMER MATERIAL ENSURES THAT THE PEARL NX WILL NOT GREASE OR HARDEN
LASTS LONGER THAN RUBBER BALLS. USE THE PEARL FOR THIS SEASON AND THE NEXT
OUR GREASE-FREE GUARANTEE ENSURES THE PEARL MEETS THE SOFTER 2017 NOCSAE SPECS LEADING TO IMPACT REDUCTION AND PLAYER LONGEVITY
ONLY LACROSSE BALL MADE IN THE USA
A PERCENTAGE OF PROCEEDS FROM EACH SALE GOES TOWARD THE US LACROSSE SPORTS, SCIENCE, AND SAFETY COMMITTEE TO AID IN THEIR EFFORTS IN MAKING THE SPORT SAFER
Pearl lacrosse balls were engineered in 2015 to address the greasing issue with rubber lacrosse balls. The Guardian team introduced the American made PEARL X, a greaseless game day ball. The team expanded the Pearl line in 2018 by creating a practice ball that prevents greasing and limits rebound – PEARL NX. PEARL NX no-bounce practice lacrosse balls die upon impact and are perfect for wall ball, indoor play and practice with less bounce and rebound. No more chasing balls all practice. We wanted to create a training ball that doesn’t affect muscle memory and allows you to practice like you play. PEARL NX balls are the same size, weight, and softness as PEARL X official game balls, so players no longer have to practice with a ball that’s heavier, smaller, or harder. In 2019, the Guardian team once again innovated in the lacrosse ball market and introduced the first game-day certified textured lacrosse ball – PEARL LT.
If the product is broken or not suitable for play due to a manufacturing defect, within 30 days of being ordered, it may be eligible for replacement. In all cases, replacements are handled with Guardian directly. Any defects must be manufacturer defects and not scratches, discoloration, or dings due to game or practice play. An original proof of purchase is required for warranty. Once an exchange is authorized by the Guardian team, it will be necessary for the customer to mail, at their expense, the defective ball. Once received, if the ball is deemed to be defective due to manufacturing defect, a replacement will be sent at the manufacturer’s expense and the damaged ball becomes the property of the manufacturer.