Track Paragon Pearl Bowling Ball
- Color: Light Green/Jade/Forest
- Coverstock: QR-11 Pearl (HK22)
- Weight Block: I-Core 3.0
- Factory Finish: 500, 1000, 1500 Siaair Micro Pad / Crown Factory Compound
- Flare Potential: High
- Radius of Gyration (RG): 16lbs - 2.501; 15lbs - 2.486; 14lbs - 2.490
- Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.047; 15lbs - 0.056; 14lbs - 0.056
- Intermediate Differential (Diff): 16lbs - 0.014; 15lbs - 0.015; 14lbs - 0.019
- Fragrance: N/A
Additional product information:
The Paragon series is upgraded by adding HK22 to the line in the new Paragon Pearl. The series is powered by the I-Core 3.0 and has produced fantastic performance for Track fans; the addition of HK22 adds a more dynamic reaction on the backend and is quicker and more responsive than any other asymmetric ball in the Track line. The Archetype was introduced earlier in the year to combat heavy oil conditions; the Paragon Pearl will be an excellent ball to transition to when the stronger, earlier balls lose their steam. The Paragon Pearl is poured in three shades of green and is a can’t miss for performance and shelf appeal.
Crown Factory Compound
Paragon Pearl: The Paragon Pearl is the newest addition to the Paradox/Paragon dynasty. The HK22 base in the Pearl has made this a staple in my bag. Cleaner than my Paragon Hybrid and more angular on the back ends. This ball has allowed me to keep moving left with the patterns without fear. This ball is possibly the best option in the Paragon family for league bowlers looking to test the limits of backend power while keeping the predictability of the Paragon line.
Awesome Ball-Super Strong! Right out of the box-300/802. Thanks Chad for getting me the specs I wanted.
The Track Paragon Pearl is an excellent complement to the Paragon solid and the Archetype, when you need to get the ball further down the lane with some pop. This ball got the HK22 treatment in this coverstock, so this will provide the quickest response of any ball in the Paradox/Paragon lines. Having this ball in my arsenal – because I feel the Archetype is so clean/responsive – will permit me to more versatility/options on how to surface these balls for sport patterns. I haven’t tried changing up the OOB cover on the Paragon Pearl, but typically taking the polish off of any HK22 cover will create even more overall hook – and has worked well in the past. If you’ve ever thrown any Paragon series ball and felt like they gave you too much overall (too early, too strong), the Paragon Pearl is worth giving a try. It will be first ball out of the bag for me in the coming league season. Dave Han Track Regional Staff Vise Regional Staff
The Track line is really good right now and the Paragon Pearl is no exception. Let me start by saying the 3 shades of green along with the white make this a really beautiful ball on the shelf & going down the lane. Speaking of going down the lane, the Paragon Pearl with HK22 is cleaner thru the mid lane than the Paragon Hybrid & Solid, but once it hits friction it gives you a strong hockey stick shape. This is a ball you want in your bag this fall and winter when the new leagues start up.