Lively core provides high amount of feedback
Thin-profiled, snowboard-inspired wakeboard
Full center rail on the board for smooth edging
Deep symmetrical channels help with acceleration
Open toe boot keeps shape over time
Want a wakeboard with the most amount of feedback and feel on the water? Then the lively new core of the Ronix Phoenix Project board is for you. This thin-profiled, snowboard-inspired design is for the rider who wants the most amount of reaction in a smooth rockerline without the extra jolt that carbon brings. Full center rail on the Phoenix Project wakeboard creates a smooth, transferring board from edge to edge. It blends to a more vertical sidewall in the tip and tail, allowing the board to ride higher on the water with more glide speed. Deep symmetrical channels help with acceleration through a turn and push the rider into the wake. Subtle tunnel has efficient water flow and provides stabilized landings. The Phoenix Project is a versatile cable and boat board with a controlled flex. Phoenix Project 137: 53.9"L x 16.9"W. For riders up to 180 lbs. Phoenix Project 142: 55.9"L x 17.1"W. For riders over 175 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).