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The Track Paradox Red continues the success of the Track Paradox High Performance line of bowling balls. This version takes the Prime ET (Extra Traction) coverstock and pairs it with the i-Core 2.0 (Dual Density) core. The coverstock offers good midlane traction with great traction at the backend. The dual density core proved its success in the predesessor balls. Track manipulated their Prime coverstock to offer extra traction and covered their most popular core to offer a big continuous hook on heavy oil conditions.
When I originally ordered this ball I assumed it would be a one-trick pony, essentially serving the role as the first ball out of the bag on heavy volume patterns. After throwing this ball on a multitude of conditions, I can confirm that my original assumption was incorrect. This ball gets great length through the fronts where other solid asyms would slow down making it extremely versatile, I would recommend this ball to anyone and everyone!
The Track Paradox Line Comes Through Again With An Amazing Ball..So Far The Paradox Red Is Very Versatile Ball..It Definitely Gets Through The Mid Lanes Very Smooth And Drives Through The Pins..It Allows Me To Migrate Left With My Feet And Bring My Target In And Will Get Through The Oil And Still Drive Through The Pins Very Controllable Ball Great Ball For House Shots And Tournament Patterns..Been Recently Using It On Main Street Pattern At My Center Which Is A Friction Based House Allows Me To Really Swing This Ball And Stay Aggressive With It..Definitely Another Favorite In The Paradox Line,..Make Sure To Go To Your Local Proshop And Get One Today!
Paradox Red - Various sport and house patterns
Positive Axis Point 4 3/8 right 1/2 up.
Paradox with a new attitude and a new look. I love this one just as much as I loved the others. I went with a different layout just to see what I could get away with. 40 x 6 x 17, I am impressed with the finish through the pins playing straighter I have seen this ball enjoys standing up and then rolling heavy. Even when I moved left and opened up the lane a little I could see the Paradox Red start up and then make the strong move through the 1-3 pocket. I had a few light hits which was expected if I went to far left and played to much in the oil. The Paradox Red can be a tame piece or it can be the hook monster on heavy oil patterns. Being able to take surface adjustments is a fan favorite for sure.
Is track red paradox assymetrical9/11/2019 - By EP
What is the drilling patterns2/5/2020 - By Ltee
Here are the drilling patterns from Tracks website: https://d35i822p4wlwzc.cloudfront.net/res/uploads/products/files/track_drill-sheet_35.pdf2/6/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
how much to ship to Makati, Philippines2/16/2020 - By George S.
When you select the weight and add it to the car you will see below the item "Need faster shipping". If you click there, you will be able to enter your shipping postal code along with the country. Once you enter that information in, it will show you the cost of shipping.2/19/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How would this ball compare to the IQ Emerald?2/17/2020 - By Conner
This ball will be much stronger than the IQ Emerald bowling ball. This is a high performance ball designed to handle heavier oil only and it also reads the lanes earlier than the IQ Emerald.2/28/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
How is this compare to Hy Road X?2/26/2020 - By JVo
This will be much stronger than the HyRoad X because this is a high performance ball for heavier oil and it also reads much earlier on the lanes than the HyRoad X which was a mid performance ball for medium oil to lighter oil conditions.2/28/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
is this ball good for a woman beginner2/27/2020 - By bj
This is a very strong hooking bowling ball and it works best in heavier oil conditions. If you are wanting this to be your main bowling ball or only bowling ball that you use then I would recommend something more versatile to handle more medium oil conditions and may be something more upper mid performance.2/28/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What is the difference between the paradox red and pro-motion?3/3/2020 - By Miller
Both balls are very similar. They both have a solid reactive coverstock with a 2000 grit finish out of the box. They are also both high performance balls designed for heavier oil conditions. The only noticeable difference is the weight block on the Paradox Red will start reading earlier and has more flare potential than the Pro-Motion which reacts a little later on the lanes.3/5/2020 - By Bowling.Com Staff
What is the RG and Differential on the 16 pound ball?4/17/2020 - By Jesse