By combining its smooth-riding early rocker with a wider profile and an asymmetric fin setup, Ronix built a board that's forgiving enough for beginners, but packs enough punch to be ridden to WWA World championships. The Ronix Vault Wakeboard offers exceptional performance for a wide range of riders in a package that carves like the best, but is easy to launch off the wake. Note: This is a factory blem board and may have slight cosmetic damage.
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.
A wider profile creates a bigger sweet spot riding in any water condition.
The toeside rail is thinned out to sit deeper in the water, creating additional grip from this sharp profile.
The heelside rail starts off softer/fuller for a mellower transition, then blends to a more vertical sidewall with less resistance on the water.
2 fiberglass 1.7" fins
4 Molded Asymmetric Fins This setup tracks true in a straight line, but breaks free easier with more float in a side slide position.
The toeside fins are deeper, longer and closer to the rail for a strong, stable edge hold.
The heelside fins are shorter and further from the rail for a quicker release on spinning tricks.
|Rocker Size (in)||2.4||2.5||2.6||2.7|
|Waist Width (in)||16.5||16.7||16.9||17|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||up to 160||up to 175||170+||175+|
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Comments about Ronix Vault Wakeboard - Blem 2013:
Haven't rode the board yet but own the '12 139. Bought the Blem because is was cheaper and I'm not sure a new one would have better quality. The edge of both Blem boards I recieved are not laser smooth and maybe their not supposed to be. I would be disapointed if I had bought the new board and the edges of the board looked like this. The only other board I own is a 7 year old no-name board. The vault rides so much better and my son and I both have improved more in the first summer with the vault than the previous years with the no name board. I ordered this board so I could try the 144 and get bigger bindings, take the center fins off and don't have to change anything between my son and I riding.