The 2021 Ronix Parks Wakeboard is smoother, quicker, and even more predictable. The most legendary name in wakeboarding has created his newest and most user-friendly board with added glide speed and an even smoother take off. We “borrowed” technology from the golf industry and ran dimples through the entire bottom of the board to reduce friction from the water and create a board that will break free unlike any other shape out there. The 2021 Ronix Parks Wakeboard is featuring a new smooth continuous rocker line, added surface area for more stability, and side cut for greater effective edge in the water.
#21 Ronix Parks WakeBoard Construction Features
- Boat Specific Design
- Continuous Rocker
- Modello Core
- 4 Fiberglass 1.0” Ramp Fins & 4 Fiberglass .8” Free Agent Fins
- Increased Sidecut
- Variable Rail
- G&R Technology
- Concave Bottom
#21 Ronix Parks WakeBoard Rider’s Weight Indication
- 134 / Up to 80kg
- 139 / 75kg and Up
- 144 / 80kg and Up
Flex doesn’t mean anything if you don’t have a reaction. From making the first compression molded wakeboard, first altered flex board, until now, we have been solely focused on improving the energy of a wakeboard. We have used countless foams, woods and Honeycomb, all mixed with every concoction of glass and carbon we could get our hands on. Where does the board store energy, for how long, and when does it return?
ENERGY INSTANT: 6
Instant energy takes place the second the tip of the board hits the wake. Riders like Danny want a fuse stringer board made extra stiff. This allows a quicker way to generate lift off the transition as the energy takes place sooner with a super firm snap off the wake. For riders that can handle the added kick.
An earlier arc with a mellower degree will have a smoother, more consistent glide up the wake. A rider will be able to carry more speed up the transition and land tricks farther out into the flats. Not quite the straight up snap of its counterpart, but a rider will have a faster, more predictable, effortless take off
Tee Box Tech
Parks plays a lot of golf. He is actually pretty good. One day he called us up from the Tee Box and said he wanted to try golf ball dimples on the bottom of his new board. The result is a board that rides looser, higher, and actually has less resistance with the water. Great ideas come from all places.