MSRP: $279.95
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Factory Finish:
500, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad
Flare Potential:
Weightblock Type:
I-Core 3.0
Coverstock Type:
QR-11 Solid Reactive
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The Paragon takes the Paradox performance to the next level with the updated I-Core 3.0, which features a similar dual-density design as the I-Core 2.0. The QR-11 Solid coverstock is our strongest, allowing the Paragon to out hook any previous Paradox. The three-color blue combination adds a familiar look as it pays tribute to the original Paradox.


The Paragon uses DynamiCore – the industry leading innovation in outer core technology developed by Brunswick Bowling Products. This leap in bowling ball technology is a more durable outer material that yields less compression upon impact increasing hitting power and creating an undeniable difference in sound and pin carry.


The Paragon uses patent-pending Durability Optimization Technology (DOT) which represents a revolutionary change in the way bowling balls are manufactured. Developed by Brunswick engineers with one goal in mind – to significantly reduce cracking in performance bowling balls.

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  • 5
    Great Strong Solid for Heavier Oil

    Posted by Scott Crawford on Aug 29th 2022

    If you liked the Paradox line then you will love the Pragaon. The Paragon is definitely my go-to ball at the top end of my bag for hook potential now. It’s got the same core that made the Paradox ball so great and a super strong solid cover that’s at 1500 box finish and absolutely can dig in heavier oil. Depending on your speed and rev rate this is probably not going to be used on lighter oil, but it should be the first out of the bag on fresh shots with good volume and especially on sport patterns with heavy oil. Very impressed with the energy retention and back-end hook for a ball that starts to hook sooner. I drilled this one 65x3.5x25 and love the reaction.

  • 5
    Heavy oil? No problem!

    Posted by Dominic Mottillo on Aug 2nd 2022

    This ball flat out eats oil for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This ball hooks more than anything I've ever rolled and is my go-to for heavier patterns. I love how it drives through the pins and keeps them nice and low when demolishing the rack.

  • 5

    Posted by Joel Logan on May 29th 2022

    What must a ball do in order to hook? -- slow down. This ball is a beast on slick lane conditions. It rolls early and hits very hard. This ball forces me in about 5 boards deeper at the arrows than the Brunswick Zenith solid it has retired in my arsenal. This ball is 3 boards deeper at the arrows than the C300 Speed. When you need traction and hit to control your breakpoint, take this one out.

  • 5

    Posted by Jason Taylor on Mar 13th 2022

    Oil, this ball needs oil. The Paragon hooks more than any ball I have rolled to date. My previous oiler was the Track Strata, and this ball out hooked it.  The I-Core 3.0 is strong and continuous, just like it's predecessor,  the I-Core 2.0 in the blue Paradox.  In keeping with the Paradox lineage, the continuation is the key. This ball doesn't quit.  The house shot in my center is typically a little on the heavy oil side, but this ball eats it up and usually only makes it a game and a half before I am using the whole lane to get to the pocket. On heavier patterns, this ball will help keep you rolling through the pins. The Paragon takes surface changes very well and the drill anywhere technology lets you get the perfect angles without compromise.

  • 5
    Modern paradox

    Posted by David Varner on Feb 14th 2022

    Track took everything everyone loved about the original paradox and updated it then named it Paragon. I loved the og paradox so I couldn’t wait for this ball to come out. I drilled mine 55x5x30 which is my standard layout. Out of the box this thing is a hook monster. I helped mine out with 3k by hand to round it out a little and the more oil it soaks up the better it gets. I have thrown this ball on several different patterns and it seems to just always find its way into play. If your needing to replace your current big solid asym do yourself a favor and consider the paragon you will not be disappointed.

  • 5
    Paragon Is For Real

    Posted by Kevin Nagasawa on Feb 14th 2022

    Well Those Of You Track Fans Out There They Have Done It Again With The Newest Release From Track Bowling The Paragon. Those Paradox Fans Will Love Having This Ball In Your Bowling Bag.. First Off The Color Of The Bowling Ball Is Very Appealing To Anyone Especially The Way It Looks Going Down Lane. With The Updated I Core 3.0 And QR 11 Solid Coverstock Makes This One Of The More Stronger Balls From Track. With The Addition Of Dynamicore And DOT Technolgy This Ball Is One Of The More Versatile Bowling Balls From The Track Line.. You Can Definitely Play From Multiple Angles To The Pocket And Really Gets Down Lane And Saves Energy For The Back Part Of The Lane.. As You Move Further Left Inside The Ball Still Will Go Down Lane And Still Crush The Pins. This Ball Is Great For Any Medium To Heavy Oil Conditions Will Be A Great Tournament Ball Addition For Longer And Heavier Volume Patterns. Make Sure To Visit Your Local Pro Shop Today And Order One You Wont Be Disappointed!

  • 5
    Paragon Hooks!

    Posted by C.Miller on Jan 22nd 2022

    The wait is over! The Paragon is coming to you. It will hook more and hit harder than the old Paradox line up. On house shots, it's just too much ball after a game or game and a half. Tried some surface adjustments and liked best at 500/2000. Definitely a ball for heavier/longer oil patterns.

  • 5
    Track Paragon

    Posted by Bob Newman on Jan 20th 2022

    You want hook? This ball hooks. The Track Paragon in the biggest footprint ball I have seen from the Track line. I have only had the opportunity to throw it on house shots but you can see how it eats up the oil. My previous big ball is the Radical Max Results and this was overall more by about 2-3 boards with my feet. It picks up early but didn't seen to burn out down lane. It continued through the pins well. I look forward to getting it on some longer patterns and see how she does.