Catch and release hugs will not make your girlfriend happy, but Grip and Release technology on the Ronix District Park Wakeboard will be there to stoke you back up. G&R technology adds side-to-side stability allowing you to control a flick easier at the cable park without creating unwanted drag in the water. The District Park is not something you will want to release anytime soon because this board pops so high out of the wake, your grab will feel minutes long. If you don't biff from catching all that air then your landing will be super damp and soft from the versatile rocker profile. Weekends in the cable park and glassy mid-week mornings on the lake, the Ronix District Park Wakeboard can do it all.
Blended Rocker This wakeboard has a blended rocker profile. The board will feel smooth and fluid - like a continuous rocker board known for providing smooth transitions and soft landings. In addition, the versatility means this wakeboard has a straight-up explosive pop off the wake that three-stage rocker boards are known for.
Concave Bottom Tip / Tails The concave bottom near the tip and tail deliver effortless ollies and more controlled presses.
G&R Technology Grip and Release channels have all the traction you need for riding behind the boat or in the cable park.
Sharp Center Rail The sharper center rail design creates a quick edge transfer. In exchange, the center rail adds reliability and predictability in choppy conditions. The center rail blends into a vertical sidewall near the tip and tail allowing the board to ride higher on the water with more fluidity and speed.
Variable Bevel The bevel is more rounded on the inside of your stance where it sharpens near the outside of the bindings for a clean progressive transfer and hold.
Mod Pour An ultra-stiff, lightweight, core. The alternative foam used is made from Ronix's exclusive technology. The strength to weight ratio is extremely high - meaning the board is extremely lightweight but remains really durable.
Krypto Cable The Krypto Cable features many different fibers woven together to make a strong cable that surrounds the profile of the board. The cables are fused together in the Mod Pour Core process and combined with monocoque laminated glass. This feature makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board.
Cable Speed Design The cable speed design adds more surface to the base. In addition, the tip and tail sidewalls are more vertical for slower speeds when cruising in the cable park.
Sintered Base Sintered bases are extremely durable and do not stick to rails. The base was formulated from a powder by heating the material in a sintering furnace below its melting point until the particles bonded to one another. As a result, the bond is preserved for a long time and can withstand cable park impacts.
4 Fiberglass 1.0" Ramp Fins and 4 Fiberglass .6" Free Agen Fins
|Rocker Size (in)||2.6|
|Waist Width (in)||17.4|
|Rider Weight (lbs)||165+|