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Ronix Code:44 Synthetic Wrap Hide Airbags Grip Wakeboard Handle 2014

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The Ronix Code:44 Synthetic Wrap Hide Airbags Grip Wakeboard Handle is the handle of choice of WWA World Champion waterman Dean Smith. Nobody wants a flaccid handle to grip on to, so Deano created a rigid anti-roll design that won’t buckle during a handle pass, or smack your hand if you hit the side bars. Most importantly, it's complete with built-in air bags that form to your hands.

Product Details

Grip

Fully wrapped with PU leather

4 mm memory foam

1.25" handle diameter

Hide with air bag grip

Handle Material

T6 lightweight aircraft aluminum dowel

Filled with EVA for flotation

Lead Rope

Strung with 12-strand Japan/Holland Dyneema rope (stronger and smaller diameter)

Features

Semi Barlock (anti-roll)

Specs

  • Handle Material: Aluminum
  • Athletes: Dean Smith
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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Ronix Code:44 Synthetic Wrap Hide Airbags Grip Wakeboard Handle 2014
 
4.0

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4.0

Good Quality, but handle is thick

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Pros

  • Dries Quickly
  • Durable
  • Good Grip
  • Good Weight
  • Strong

Cons

  • Thick

Best Uses

  • Aerials
  • Aggressive Tricks
  • Flat Water
  • Speed

Comments about Ronix Code:44 Synthetic Wrap Hide Airbags Grip Wakeboard Handle 2014:

Looks good and functions well. Wanted sturdy frame to add go pro to handle. Should accomodate nicely. Only downside is grip is large and may not accomodate smaller hands.

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