August Wakeboard - Youth 2010 – Youth riders are notorious for getting their big brother’s or big sister’s hand-me-down gear and being at a disadvantage because of it. Well weep no longer little ones, Ronix
has a solution. The Ronix
August Wakeboard was not based off any of their other boards, instead it has features that make sense for the youth. This board has softer outside molded-in fins for easier surface turns, but still has a sharp top and inside shape for extra grip when needed. The longer fins on the toeside allow a rider to stand in a more comfortable position and the 4º bevel means cleaner transitions and less edge catches, phew.
The core of the board is made from Ronix’s Mod Pour which is a demanding alternative core that is stiff and durable, made from their exclusive blend of carbon and atoms. The Crypto Cable built into the edges make this the strongest part of the board and gives it torsional rigidity.
Rocker and Base Features
An higher rocker angle will allow the board to pop right out of the water on starts and cut through the chop with much less effort from the legs.
4 asymmetrical molded-in outer fins give the rider additional grip on toeside as the rider’s body is crossed up from the boat while the 2 detachable fiberglass hook fins provide all the grip and stability needed in choppier water.
The wide tip and tail make for easy water starts, rides higher at slow speeds and gives riders larger sweet spot for take offs and landings. The mellow round radius fading bevel sets a predictable smooth transitioned edge with little effort and doesn’t require a steep edge angle to get speed.