The shape of the Ronix
One Wakeboard pioneers the evolution of variable rails. Shallow molded fins, forgiving angled bevels, and a fuller mid rail set the pace of this mellower freeride inspired shape. As a rider’s weight shifts back, the variable rail transitions to a sharper rail and bevel in the tail – so the board can hook up with a strong, predictable edge up the wake every time. Last season, Danny switched out his rocker to a speedier 3-stage kick and landed a historic switch toeside 1260 days after jumping on his new shape with the additional momentum off the transition. The reduced friction on the water will let any soul turn connoisseur upgrade their travels off the kicker with the 2010 Ronix
Directional R3 Technology – Ride the board the way it was intended to be ridden with the carbon maintaining the original rocker line
Mod Pour – this demanding alternative core is new for this year made from Ronix’s exclusive blend of carbon atoms
New side vents – for a stronger grip up the wake.
Rocker and Base Features
3-Stage rocker design
The round rails thru the center with a new angled bevel prevent that all too familiar edge catching a digger, and create an even mellower transitioned carve.
Krypto cable – makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board
A clean bottom design - the board lands with more natural forward momentum
Thin profile reduces swing weight