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Ronix Bandwagon ATR Wakeboard, Blank

Item # 775116
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Key Features

  • Surf shape rail design with a bigger sweet spot

  • Board keeps board neutrally balanced

  • Explosive, yet consistent snap

  • Full center rail for smooth edging

  • Super thin design increases flex

Our Price  $479.99
Sale Price  $407.99

Availability: Sold Out

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
  • Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product Description
ronix The Bandwagon features a surf shape rail design with a bigger sweet spot increased lift at slower speeds. Cable riders are amped on how much further they can take their presses on rails with this new super thin arc on the Bandwagon. From end to end, the Bandwagon wakeboard offers the stability of a big board. Then our engineers threw in something they have been experimenting with over the past couple of seasons - camber. This inclusion keeps riders more neutrally balanced, anatomically correct, and able to drive off the wake using your front foot as much as you would your back foot. Things you never thought possible on a wakeboard. The most explosive, yet consistent snap Ronix have ever designed. Full center rail creates a smooth transferring board from edge to edge. Blends to a super thin design for more flex and feel on water or rails. 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. Bandwagon ATR STD: 888 sq. in. x 17.9"W. For riders over 160 lbs. Bandwagon ATR XL: 928 sq. in. x 18.1"W. For riders over 175 lbs.


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Ronix Bandwagon ATR Wakeboard, Blank     

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