Ronix designed the Ronix Krush Wakeboard with a revolutionary shape that allows riders to throw the board on edge on both sides of the wake making toe side trouble a thing of the past. This board is super grippy for maximum stability but still able to let loose on slides making for an awesome on-water experience for 2013.
Early Rocker An earlier arc with a mellower degree provides a smoother, more consistent glide up the wake, carrying more speed up the transition and land tricks further out.
Wider profile creates a bigger sweet spot riding in any water condition
Toe Side Thinned out to sit deeper in the water, creating additional grip from the sharp profile
Heel Side Starts off softer/fuller for a mellower transition, then blends to a more vertical sidewall with less resistance
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.
Torsionally stiffer ride and more durable construction with the Monocoque wrapped glass from top to bottom
Krypto Cable This laminate consists of different fibers woven together that surround the profile of the board and are fused together with the Mod Pour Core. Combined with monocoque laminated glass, the sidewalls are the strongest part of the board.
Secret Flex with Glass Weaves Women don’t need the full flex of a men’s board, nor do they want it. What Ronix ended up with was a board strong enough for a man yet well balanced for a woman.
Heelside Fins Shorter and further from the rail for a quicker release on spinning tricks
4 molded asymmetric fins track true in a straight line but break free easier with more float in a side slide position.
2 fiberglass 1.7” fins
Secret Flex Ronix spent a season comparing the stress Parks puts on a board vs. the ladies. What it found is that girls will never use the full flex of a traditional layup - so why make them all that way? Ronix engineers went back to the factory and researched different weaves of glass. What Ronix arrived at was a board strong enough for a man yet balanced for woman.
|Rocker Size (in)||2.4||2.5|
|Rocker Size (cm)||16.4||16.6|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||up to 160||175 +|