For a rider looking for the ultimate straight up in the air snap. Australia’s Dean Smith has been working with the Ronix engineers the past couple of seasons on a new ride that has a super flat rocker under your feet and a really late/abrupt kick that doesn’t punch through the wake. The Ronix Mana Wakeboard was designed to be ridden on edge with a sharper rail throughout the board, but doesn’t need much angle into the wake to get a solid pop. The Ronix Mana Wakeboard is the most responsive, explosive new series from Ronix.
Mod Pour – This demanding alternative core is new for this year made from Ronix’s exclusive blend of carbon atoms
Screened UV clear top with wood inlay
A late rocker and slight “V” shape bottom mean a faster edge-to-edge transition and softer landings.
Sharp rail from tip to tail for more effective edge in the water
Softer bevel in the center of the board prevents catching an edge
Total of 8 molded fins provide solid group while retaining an easy release for spins. Krypto-Cable – makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board
|Rocker Size (in)||2.5in/6.4cm||2.6in/6.6cm||2.7in/6.9cm|
|Waist Width (in)||16.4in/41.7cm||16.6in/42.2cm||16.8in/42.7cm|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||up to 170lbs||up to 185lbs||170lbs+|
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Comments about Ronix Mana Wakeboard 2010:
Very durable, Had my old board for 4 years, ont hte trip to use for the first time the straps holding the wakeboard on the racks on boat broke. The board flew down the road at 50 mph, but the board is still in good shape.