|Box Finish:||500 / 2000 Abralon|
|Color:||Blue / Blue Pearl / Light Blue|
The Track Paradox is Track’s newest high performance release and it certainly comes with high expectations, thanks to all the buzz about it on the social media channels from Track staffers over the summer. The Paradox uses a modified version of the I-Core that was used in the Lx16, Hx16, and Mx16. The modified densities in the I-Core 2.0 provide a lower RG and a higher flare potential than the original I-Core. This new modified weight block is paired up with a new coverstock called QR-9 Hybrid. It comes out of the box at a 2000 Abralon finish.
The Paradox’s box finish was plenty coarse enough to bite through our heavy oil pattern. Even on this longer pattern, our testers were still able to throw the Paradox away from
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Track Paradox Comparisons
Click below to see a comparison table of the pair of bowling balls shown:
- Track Paradox vs. Track Cyborg
- Track Paradox vs. Track Heat X-Treme
- Track Paradox vs. Track Hx16
- Track Paradox vs. Track Legion
- Track Paradox vs. Track Legion Solid (2015)
- Track Paradox vs. Track Lx16
- Track Paradox vs. Track Mako
- Track Paradox vs. Track Mx16
- Track Paradox vs. Track Paradox Black
- Track Paradox vs. Track Paradox Pearl
- Track Paradox vs. Track Paradox Trilogy
To compare the Track Paradox to any other bowling ball(s), please use our Bowling Ball Comparison tool.
Additional Track Paradox Resources
Click here to visit Track's website to read the manufacturer-supplied information on this ball. Also, see below for the manufacturer-produced promotional video for this ball.
Please remember that our reviews are solely based on our own testing and that you may sometimes find differences between our comments and ratings and the manufacturer's claims. Links to these manufacturer resources are provided here strictly for convenience purposes.