2020 Ronix Kinetik Project Springbox 2 Wakeboard
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This Kinetik has a super soft tip/tail and traditional mid-section for more of a locked in feel on presses and rebounding out of them. A design with less rocker for infinite top water speed, reduced drag and more overall contact. Features the exact same core, outline, and rocker as the Flexbox 1 – but has totally different flex points. The cable kingpin that started the craze of varying flex.
Riding Style: Park / Advanced
Construction: Vertical Wood Springbox 2
Flex: Tip Tail Flex
- Machined Vertical Grain Paulownia Wood
- Continuous Rocker
- Springbox 2 Profile
- Sintered Base
- G&R Technology
A similar design as Flexbox by adding high and low points through the ends of the board to exaggerate the amount of flex you can add to your press. With Springbox those high points are made out of hollow rods that give a rider more snapback out of their press. A board that can fold over – but will quickly react back.
Targeted Flex Zones
For the rider that wants the same distinct flex and rebound points every time. This rider wants to have a soft tip/ tail for more technical presses and recoil off a feature.
Directional Wood Laminates
Several of our boards are made out of a similar wood – but they differ in the grain direction. Sometimes the goal of a board is to have a softer mid section so we have the wood running horizontally and vice versa for a stiffer belly. The same goes for the ends of the board. No two wood board series are made with the same grain layup.
The most durable non-stick base material we have ever tested on features, and has increased glide speed on the water. Our exclusive base was formulated from a powder by heating the material in a sintering furnace above 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.
An earlier arc with a mellower degree will have a smoother, more consistent glide up the wake. A rider will be able to carry more speed up the transition and land tricks farther out into the flats. Not quite the straight up snap of its counterpart, but a rider will have a faster, more predictable, effortless take off.