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Ronix Kai Wakeboard Bindings

Item # 50208
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Key Features

  • Stiff open toe boot

  • Non-heat moldable memory liner

  • Made from recycled plastic water bottle materials

  • Double laces

  • 3-D molded tongue


Our Price  $349.99
Sale Price  $189.99

Availability: Sold Out

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
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Product Description
ronix The Kai is the stiffest open toe performer in Ronix's line up and has the best in non-heat moldable memory out there. These affordable shred shoes have the same refined styling as Ronix's other performance orthotic boots. The shell of this boot was made from recycled PET - plastic water bottle material. The Ultralon New Zealand Foam Lightweight Stage 2 Liner is extremely comfortable and less prone to packing out. Double laces provide a more customized fit while the 3-D Molded tongue blends comfort and performance. Built-in J-bars improve heel hold and the Articulating cuff allows the boot to flex with the rider without boot distortion. Tool-less mounting hardware. Low friction eyelets. Eco Innovation design means there are no potentially hazardous PVC solvents. Sizes: M(7.5-9.5), L(9-11.5), XL(10.5-14.5).

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