Vault Wakeboard 2010: Redefining the versatility of board shapes for toe/heelside demands. When you are riding heelside, your body is facing the boat with natural balance. While riding toeside your shoulders are facing the boat and your hips are crossed up. Toeside is an unnatural position without as much effective edge in the water. Every aspect of the rocker line, sidecut and variable rails of the Ronix
Vault Wakeboard are designed for maximum edge hold on your toeside, while still giving you freedom to break free on your heelside.
The Ronix Vault Wakeboard includes 4 molded fins and 2 fiberglass fins to add control to your board.
Rocker and Base Features
Continuous rocker, a smooth curve that does not change from tip to tail. Wakeboards with continuous rocker may lose a bit of pop, but you get a faster ride because the water flows without disruption across the bottom of the wakeboard right out through the tail. Wakeboards with a continuous rocker also make for a more consistent ride.
Toeside rail is thinned out, it sits deeper in the water along with a wider profile with less sidecut riding higher up the wake with a bigger sweet spot. Heelside rail has a more vertical sidewall with less resistance on the water, and more sidecut for a quicker release.