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Track Paradox Red Bowling Ball

$154.95 $149.95


Solid Reactive


High Performance

Heavy Oil


I Core 2.0 (Dual Density)


.057 (15lb)

500/2000 Abralon

.015 (15lb)

2.48 (15lb)

Strong Midlane Read on Heavy Oil Conditions



Track Paradox Red Bowling Ball

(3 customer reviews)

$154.95 $149.95

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Track Paradox Red Bowling Ball Features:

The Paradox Red is the sixth entry into the Paradox line for Track, and it is the first of the six to use a reactive solid coverstock. Its Prime ET cover offers more length than the Paradox Black, with a stronger downlane motion than any of the previous Paradox balls. The Paradox Red is finished with a 500 and 2000 Abralon combination, allowing it to easily hook through the heaviest volumes of oil.

The Competition Is Going To See RED!

The Paradox line continues to produce winner after winner and the Paradox Red is no exception. This is the first time a solid veneer has ever been wrapped around the i-Core 2.0. By combining this winning core and brand new veneer, we are giving Paradox fans optimal midlane traction with even better traction at the backend.


How do you improve upon balls like the original Paradox and Paradox Black? You start with the veneer, since the core is as good as they get. We tasked our chemists to develop a high performance veneer which would create added traction in the midlane while increasing the downlane motion. This is no easy feat. They started with our new Prime veneer and manipulated the formula to produce exactly what we were looking for. Once you try the new Paradox Red, we’re sure you will agree they knocked this one out of the park.


I-Core is a dual density design which features a dense inner ring that allows for a greater range of mass properties compared to single density designs. The i-Core 2.0 is an updated version of the original i-Core. We’ve modified the densities of the inner core to tweak the overrall performance. The most noticeable difference is in the overall flare potential, which has been increased by over 1″

3 reviews for Track Paradox Red Bowling Ball

  1. Bob Newman

    Was able to drill up my new Track Paradox Red a couple of days ago. I threw a couple games practice and pulled it out for the last 2 games of league last night. Went 227, 258 last two, so it saved my butt. I really like the shape this ball produces. It is a great addition to the Paradox line. For me, it is a little cleaner through the front part of the lane than my Paradox Black but is stronger off the pattern. It ‘s a strong rounded shape that continues through the pins hard. It has a similar shape to my Paradox V (pearl) but picks up in the oil a little sooner and is bigger overall, more flare potential. Every ball I’ve drilled up in the Paradox line has been awesome and this might be the best of the bunch.

  2. Dave Han

    The Track Paradox Red is a surprising high performance ball and unlike anything I’ve thrown in the Paradox series.
    This is the first solid coverstock used in the Paradox series. You’d think that since both the Blue and Black Paradox were hybrids and are so incredibly strong, that would mean that the Red as a solid would have even that much more grab. However, this is not the case. This solid coverstock is very clean and is not as mid-lane dominant as the Blue and Black. Because of the extra storage of energy, this makes the Red more angular. I found in side-by-side comparisons with the Triton Elite, Ebonite Futura and Columbia Savage that the Paradox Red is the cleanest and most angular of the bunch.
    I think this is going to be a fantastic ball on house shots and may be more useful on shorter patterns than other similar high end balls. I am looking forward to putting up some good results with this ball!
    Dave Han
    Track Regional Staff
    Vise Regional Staff

  3. Craig M.

    Ok, make room in your tournament bag because the Paradox Red needs to be in it!
    I found Red to be clean through the fronts, picks up in the mids with a stronger motion off the pattern than the Paradox Black.
    Red is in play on medium to heavier oil patterns.

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