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Track Paradox Pearl

Product Code: 06ParadoxPearl

Availability: Out of stock

Track Paradox Pearl

Special Price $84.99

Regular Price: $164.95



TRACK PARADOX PEARL With the launch of the Paradox, Track set the new standard in ball motion for the bowling industry. The Paradox created unexplainable hook and power on the lanes which quickly turned heads. In creating the Paradox Pearl, we have focused on maintaining the aggressiveness in the mid-lane, while enhancing the motion at the back end.

I-CORE 2.0 The birth of the i-Core brought Track back to the forefront of the industry in revolutionary core design. The i-Core 2.0 was a tweak in design to increase the overall flare potential by almost 20%. This larger flare potential is one of the main components in the Paradox’s ability to create such unique ball motion.

QR-9 PEARL To create a stronger motion at the back end, we’ve switched to our QR-9 Pearl veneer with a polished Clean n’ Sheen finish. This lightly polished finish leaves enough texture on our QR-9 Pearl cover to allow the Paradox Pearl to excel on medium to heavy oil patterns.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Brand Track
Release Date Jan 19, 2016
Coverstock Name QR-9 Pearl
Coverstock Type Pearl Reactive
Factory Finish 500 / 1000 Abralon / Clean N Sheen
Core Name I-Core 2.0 (Dual Density)
Core Type Asymmetric
Core RG 2.48
Differential .057
Mass Bias Diff .015
Flare Potential High

Customer Reviews 3 item(s)

Good Ball to Compliment any Bowlers Arsenal.
The Paradox Pearl left me in awe. Track has always been the one company I had trouble matching up with until I put this ball in my hand. When I see a little heavier shot i can play straighter and it will make it to the pocket and blow it up. When I get on a lighter volume of oil it will skate through the heads and make a sharp turn to the pocket and just split the 8-9. This is probably the most versatile ball I have thrown in quite some time because it matches up with so many different styles.
Review by Jonathon Crews / (Posted on 3/16/2016)
Just What You Would Expect!
The Track Paradox Pearl is exactly what you would expect – a ball that gets through the fronts cleaner than its predecessor – but has the same explosive roll through the pins.

The one I drilled up has a 2 ½” pin to CG with the pin placement up and just right of the ring finger. A small weight hole was needed. The original Paradox was advertised as being a strong ball on ALL parts of the lane – front, mid-lane and back-end. On a fresh 42’ modified house shot, I watched this ball sail clean through the front of the lane so this ball definitely DOES NOT pick up as early as the original. However, the mid-lane roll and back-end motion are remarkably similar to the Paradox. Compared to my Red Legend Pearl, this ball is less skid-flip and much more explosive through the pins. The back-end motion is a high-powered arcing motion. The pearl coverstock is not a high-gloss finish and appears to be adaptable to surface changes, which will make this ball very versatile depending on your drilling.

Bottom Line: If you love your Paradox, then you’re really going to love the Paradox Pearl! For tournament play, it could keep you in the same part of the lane after the Paradox is playing too strong – or this could be your go-to ball for those tough medium-long patterns. Either way, this is a must-have ball for my tournament bag.

Dave Han
Track Advisory Staff
Vise Regional Staff
Review by Dave Han / (Posted on 12/30/2015)
Pearl Paradox is insane!
The Paradox Pearl will give you more length compared to the original Paradox, but the backend reaction is unreal! This ball has that IT factor!
Review by Vern / (Posted on 12/24/2015)
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