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The board that started the trend in Stored Energy constructions and the recipient of the editor's pick of their favorite ride now comeswith our new diamond glass lay up. The Phoenix Project S opens up a new spectrum of board designs and riding styles allowinga rider to push all the way up the wake, and as the tail passes thru the peak, it continues to build energy - not dampening theride like most flex boards out there. A rider can feel the shift in board energy from the nose to the tail the longer they wait due tothe unique lay up and wide 28 stance option. A deck that you session more like your favorite snowboard, timing the wake with alater pop. Or just ride it like a traditional board with a mellower snap and super forgiving landings. With the Phoenix Project's thinnerprofile and diamond glass, you can feel a balance point - while pressing rails, as the board flexes until it locks. A newfangleddiamond construction for riders that want more of a snow/skate feel leaving the wake and added control on rails, or that just havea conventional style and want a smoother overall ride. The board Erik Ruck rode while winning the title of the Move of The Year, andthe shape Marc Rossiter sessions earning him top billing of the Rail Rider Of The Year.
This well crafted boot is the only one worthy of using our hometown's name. Hollowed ankle cavities and perforation on the liners allow mobility to be enhanced without giving up lower foot support. This free flowing boot is built for both boat and cable Zen master's like last year's winner of the Move Of The Year Erik Ruck who know that leg mobility is only as good as the foot hold that it offers. Ruck has confidence in the fact that the heel hold in these panda bear specials will allow him to loosen the upper cuff for exaggerated presses at a cable park without sacrificing board control edging into the wake. Thisboot has been infused with some of the latest in eco friendly technologies to make you feel better about your wake on our waterways. If bamboo is good for the endangered pandas... we decided that it must be good for us!
Key Features of the Ronix Phoenix Project S Wakeboard:
Full center rail creates a smooth transferring board from edge to edge
Blends to a more vertical sidewall in the tip and tail allowing the board to ride higher on the water with more glide speed
Most exaggerated bottom bevel starts out at 4° blending to 18° on the ends - super forgiving and less likely to get hung up on rails
Deep symmetrical channels - help with acceleration thru a turn and push the rider into the wake
Subtle tunnel - more efficient water flow and stabilized landings
Rocker line - smooth predictable transfer makes it easier for a rider to have a late take off
Diamond Glass - Our secret concoction absorbs more energy before rebounding it - a lightweight woven construction brings less swing weight and increased feel on the water to the board
4 Utility Fins - A fi n actually designed to be sessioned on rails, also for riders that like that finless feel, the wider design creates turbulence giving it a less gratuitous grip on the water
4 Fiberglass 1.0” ramp fi ns
Versatile cable and boat board with a controlled flex
Ridden by Erik Ruck and Marc Rossiter
Key Features of the Ronix Preston Boots:
Single lasted with the lowest profile and compact last - eliminating excess material and hot spots
3-D Molded tongue blends comfort and performance
Built in J-bars improve heel hold
Double laces - a more customized fi t
Articulating cuff - the boot flexes with the rider without boot distortion
Low friction eyelets
Bamboo fabric – Pandas will be jealous of our latest eco friendly creation
New double X lacing – improved wear resistance and tensile strength
Ridden by Erik Ruck and Marc Rossiter
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