One Timebomb Wakeboard will be sure to throw you for one heck of a ride. Develop your freeride skill set with this 7th generation board. This sweet plank is well known for its mellower transitioned turns, buoyant feel on top of the water, progressive edge hold and a smooth 3-stage kick off the wake. When crafting this board, Ronix
wanted it to achieve 3 key things; they wanted the board to feel less tight on the water without sacrificing stability, so they recessed the fins inside of the channel for a looser overall feel and a quicker release off the wake. They also wanted to build a smoother blend in the variable rail for more controlled edge transfers, and finally, they wanted a new style of rocker that emphasized glide speed. So when Ronix
put all of these ideas into a single package, you're left with a pretty bad-a$$ board. This is the future of freeride designs - ride longer with less work. Go out and destroy the wake in 3,...2,...1,...
Late Rocker - An exaggerated rocker line with a later arc and higher degree provide a more straight up explosive pop. This style of rocker creates more of an instant explosive buck off the wake for riders that go behind a big boat wake, but also gives a solid kick to those behind smaller wakes.
Deeper Side Vents - The best in traction with a looser feel and a quick release
Thin Profile - Reduces swing weight
Timebomb Construction - The lightest, stiffest construction in Ronix's line
Fused Foam - By bonding Mod Pour foam on the rails with Italian crafted machined foam down the center of the board, Ronix creates the most responsive board yet, ready to snap back as soon as it touches the wake.
Krypto Cable - Different fibers woven together 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.
Parallel Carbon - A carbon fiber weave provides a more rigid layup than a traditional fiberglass constructed board. These properties are also less likely to break down, which helps the board maintain the intended rocker line.
Sintered Base - The toughest most durable base in the industry
Simple Bottom Shape - The board lands with more natural forward momentum allowing for a cleaner design.
(4) 1.0 utility fins
Magic Carpet - Every year, Ronix sources new fiberglass materials trying to find that perfect weave that allows just enough resin to bleed through and adhere to their magic carpet.
M6 Metric Inserts - A higher thread count means more hold at a shallower depth on the board. Boards can be thinner profiles with a shorter insert, without sacrificing boot lock down.
Lenticular - There is a reflective 3D water image recessed in the metal emblem.
7D Series - There are 7 different dimensions of artwork in the graphic in honor of this being Danny Harf's 7th designed series.