Viva Wakeboard is built to provide you with the most speed coming into the wake, letting you air higher and further out into the flats. By combining a rockerline that mimics the natural transition of the wake, a 45 degree rail from end to end for more secure edgehold and a sidecut with more contact points, the Viva helps you arc effortless high speed carves and pops you further over the wake.
Blended Rocker - By blending the best of a 3-stage board together with the best of a continuously rockered board, Ronix has created a rocker line that's smooth and fast yet, still launches riders off of the wake.
Thin profile reduces swing weight.
Shallower exit channels - Help relieve the pressure with the water
Ronix's sharpest center rail creates a super quick edge transfer and line into the wake
Mod Pour - A demanding alternative foam made from Ronix's exclusive blend of materials, this core has the highest strength to weight ratio Ronix has ever tested, setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam in the market.
Monocoque Construction - A wrapped glass from the top to the bottom means the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board and is now the strongest.
Krypto Cable - Different fibers are brewed up and then woven together to make a stronger compound. The Krypto Cable surrounds the profile of the board and is fused together with the core. Combined with Ronix's monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board - not the weakest.
Magic Carpet - Ronix's secret formula of fiberglass materials woven together to allow just enough resin to bleed through and adhere to the core.
Four fiberglass 1.0" ramp fins
M6 Metric Inserts - The Euros have it figured out. A higher thread count means more hold at a shallower depth, so now we can go to thinner profiled boards with a shorter insert without sacrificing boot lock down. The result is boards with more feel and contact on the water.
Chad Sharpe's speedy creation is ready to be taken into the flats.
More reliable in choppier water conditions