More surface area for slower speeds of cable
Sharp center rail creates a quicker edge transfer
Board rides higher with more glide speed
Variable bevel for huge pop and soft landings
Boot has articulating cuff that flexes with rider
This wakeboard is fabricated solely for the needs of cable. The Ronix District Park wakeboard has more surface area that works better for the slower speeds of cable and built-in flutes so you can ride this board finless with a cleaner lift. Sharp center rail creates a quicker edge transfer that is reliable in choppy water. It blends to a vertical sidewall in the tip/tail allowing the board to ride higher on the water with more glide speed. Rounder bevel on the inside blends to a sharp bevel on the outside for clean, progressive edge transfer and hold. Versatile rockerline feels like a continuous one with easy transitions and soft landings, plus it has the upright pop of a 3-stage rocker. District Park 134: 52.8"L x 17.2"W. For riders up to 185 lbs. District Park 138: 54.3"L x 17.4"W. For riders over 165 lbs. District Park 143: 56.3"L x 17.6"W. For riders over 180 lbs.
The open toe District boot from Ronix combines a 3D molded tongue with the hybrid stage 1/stage 2 liner, which has a molecular makeup to keep the boot's intended shape over time. Designed with the everyday wakeboarder in mind, these boots feature an articulating cuff that flexes with the rider. This allows for high performance without boot distortion. Built-in J-bars improve heel hold. Low friction eyelets. New double X lacing on the District boot has improved wear resistance and tensile strength. Sizes: S(5 - 8-1/2), M(7-1/2 - 11-1/2), L(10-1/2 - 14-1/2).