Read our Ronix Vault Wakeboard Review and Buying Guide. Wakeboarding is the only board sport where your shoulders and hips are not always parallel with each other. Mike Ferraro and Ronix developers understood this fact and created the Ronix Vault Wakeboard to eliminate the days of transferring from the wake in an unnatural position and to give the rider the most control possible.
If you’re looking for an extremely versatile wakeboard that has been modified and built to develop to your specific riding style, look no further than the Ronix Vault Wakeboard.
Ronix Vault Wakeboard Review and Buying Guide 2021
This innovative wakeboard recognizes that your body is crossed up riding toeside. The design of the shape, rocker, fins and placement have been altered to allow the rider to point the board with maximum grip to the wake without requiring an excessive attack angle. The shape is compression molded. The early rocker arc has a more mellow degree which provides a much smoother and more consistent glide while carrying speed up the transition and allows tricks to be landed further out.
The toeside rail is thinned out to sit deeper in the water which creates even further additional grip. At the same time, the heelside rail starts soft and full for a mellower transition, and then it blends to a more vertical sidewall with less resistance on the water to ride with ease. The heelside was designed for a rider to be facing the boat with a more natural position to be able to point the board to the wake as they choose.
The Ronix Vault is designed to be asymmetrical not to accommodate entry-level riders, but to develop your riding style and give you complete control along with the toe/heelside versatility. Many contests have been won on the WWA Nationals and Worlds using the Ronix Vault Wakeboard.
Other features included in the wakeboard have made typical weaknesses strengths in this wakeboard. The Monocoque is wrapped glass from the top to the bottom, so the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board, it is the strongest. The wakeboard is also equipped with a Krypto Cable, 4 Molded asymmetric fins, 2 fiberglass fins, and other features to keep beginners and advanced riders guessing about what else this wakeboard is capable of. More importantly, what you’ll be able to do as a rider with this wakeboard.
The Ronix Vault Wakeboard and all its innovative features can be yours for about $290. However, if you also want to have even more grip beneath your feet, for the extended max price of around $570 you can also receive the Ronix Vault Wakeboard with Divine Boots. You could even get both for a low of about $380 if you’re lucky and buy from the right seller.
Ronix Vault Wakeboard Product Details
3-Stage – An exaggerated rocker line with a later arc provides a more explosive pop. This style of rocker creates an instant explosion off the wake.
4 (1 Stored Energy – 10 Instant Energy) – More stored energy means the rider is given more time to generate the full lift from the power building from the tip to the tail of the board. Instant energy generates a quick lift and snaps off the wake with an extra kick.
G&R Channels – Grip and Release channels have all the traction you need for riding behind a boat or for cable riding without causing unneeded resistance with the water.
Asymmetrical Rail Design – Thinner sharper toeside rail with a fuller vertical heelside rail. An asymmetrical design improves toeside and heelside maneuverability for easier carving.
Low Friction Base – Developed for the most glide speed in high-end boat boards
2 Fiberglass 1.7″ Hook Fins
Designed By Mike Ferraro
M6 Inserts – A higher thread count means more hold on a shallower depth, allowing thinner board profiles with shorter inserts. This results in a more board feel without sacrificing boot lockdown.
Ronix Vault Wakeboard Specs
- Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
- Riding Style: Wake
- Rocker Type: Three-Stage
- Base Type: Standard Base
- Wakeboard Mount Pattern: M6
- Fins: 4
- Warranty: 1 Year
Ronix Vault Wakeboard Dimensions
|Rocker Size (in)||2.5||2.6||2.7|
|Waist Width (in)||16.7||16.9||17|
|Stance Range (in)||19.5-25.5||21-27||22-28|
|Rider Weight (lbs) up to||175||170+||175+|
This is the kind of wakeboard that you’ll struggle to keep up with as opposed to the other way around of you trying to catch up with your board.
Especially for beginners, this wakeboard will seem challenging at first, but over time, you’ll become twice the rider you would have been learning with any other wakeboard.
For veterans, this is the challenging new board you’ve been looking for to learn some new tricks and improve some old ones.
For your dollar and your time, it is going to be very difficult to find a better wakeboard than the Ronix Vault.
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