The Endless Pursuit of Lighter, Stronger, and Snappier
We are always sourcing new fiberglass materials trying to find that perfect weave that allows just enough resin to bleed thru and adhere to our Magic Carpet. Available on every series.
Fiberglass made in the shape of a diamond – helps transfer the energy of the board from the tip to the tail as a rider travels up the wake. Our secret concoction absorbs more energy before rebounding it. A lightweight diamond shaped woven construction offers less swing weight and increased feel on the water from the board. Available on Bill ATR “S”, One ATR “S”, Kinetik Project “S”, Press Play ATR “S, and El Von Videl Schnook.
A revolutionary blend of fibers. We’ve been using fiberglass and carbon together in boards for years. This is the first time that carbon is actually woven together with the glass. The result is fibers working in unison, and not independently. More feedback with the water from a stiffer lay up. Available on Code 22, One ATR Carbon, and One Timebomb.
Made from renewable trees – a cable friendly Paulownia timber delivering a snowboard influenced kick off the wake, and unique ollie and press on rails. Available on Code 22, and El Von Videl Schnook.
The spinal cord of some of our boards running down the middle of a core. It allows the use of lighter and softer materials with more feedback, and less swing weight without resulting in boards collapsing like a traditional flex board. Available on Code 22.
Why has every board made in the past had a linear core construction? If you are laminating something vertically from tip to tail, all of the energy that takes place torsionally exiting the side profile of the board is ignored. You hit the wake from the side - not fully head on, having this arced parabolic Paulownia helps transfer this energy to the rail of the board. For the rider that wants the most feedback both on the water and leaving it. Available on Code 22.
An ultra stiff, lightweight, super saucy core - this demanding alternative foam is made from our exclusive blend of atoms. The highest strength to weight ratio we have ever tested - setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam out there. Available on every series with the exception of the Air Cores and El Von Videl Schnook.
In addition to having the least amount of swing weight she packs a mean punch in the lively department and has more contact and feel for boat riding than its predecessor.
Wood is good for the kiddos and cables. An all wood concoction of different blends laid up in various angles. A true grom cable specific core. Available on El Von Videl Schnook.
Unfortunately, we can’t really say a whole lot about it. But if you ever wanted to see how much the ends of a board can bend - check out our new high end Kinetik Project
Different fibers are brewed up and then woven together to make a stronger compound. The Krypto Cable surrounds the profile of the board and is fused together with our core. Combined with our monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board - not the weakest. Available on every series.
Vertical poured urethane creates more top water speed and a durable bumper from those floating menaces. Available on all Ones, Spaceblankets, Bill, Kinetik Projects, Limelight and Quarter ’Til Midnight.
The most durable non-stick base material we have ever tested on rails, and has increased glide speed on the water. Our exclusive base was formulated from a powder by heating the material in a sintering furnace below its melting point until the particles bond to one another. A higher purity compound that preserves its bond overtime. No obstacle is safe at cable parks with our jib friendly base material. Available on Air Core 2, Intelligent Core, Nu Core and all ATR boards.
A wrapped glass from the bottom to the top so the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board - and is now the strongest. A more durable construction and a torsionally stiffer ride. Available on an abundance of everything at the Ronix plantation.
The Euros have it figured out. A higher thread count means more hold at a shallower depth. So now we can go to thinner profiled boards with a shorter insert without sacrificing boot lock down. The result is boards with more feel and contact on the water. Available on every series.
Remember when we started Ronix? We vowed to have a small line of products - keep it tight and simple. Looking through this 148 page booklet makes it look like we were lying to you back in the day. So our line might have gotten a wee-bit bigger over the years, but more then ever we feel each of our boards rides in a unique way.