Ronix Parks Air I-Beam Core 2 (Optical White) Wakeboard
Air Core 2.0
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 with the addition of I-Beam.
A second piece of glass wraps through the core, creating an additional strength point. What you get is a rigidity unlike any other core Ronix has made that still maintains the dampening qualities of fiberglass. The result is the snappiest construction with softer landings than any carbon board out there. The holeshot response of carbon, the feel of fiberglass.
Our Euro buddies have it figured out. Higher thread count means more hold at a shallower depth.
- Sharp rail/soft bevel.
- Increased sidecut.
- 4 alloy 1.0" Ramp fins and 0.8" fiberglass Free Agent fins
- Parks Bonifay pro model
Thought you knew everything a wakeboard could do? Camber is the biggest development in wakeboarding since Herb O'Brien made the first fiberglass layup. Camber naturally puts you in more of a neutrally balanced weight distribution, allowing you to drive off the wake with both legs in a more ergonomically balanced body position. A fully redesigned shape for 2017, major changes include a redesigned camber pocket that greatly increases the glide speed with less drag on the water, a new Air Core with I-Beam construction, and a thinner tip/tail for less swing weight with a faster overall rail design.
PARKS AIRCORE 2
|Size (cm)||Rocker Style||Height (inches)||Stance (inches)||Center (inches)||Surface (inches)||Weight Range (lbs)|
|134||Camber||2.4"||21.5"-25.5"||17"||771 Sq In||Up to 175 lbs|
|139||Camber||2.5"||23"-27"||17.3"||814 Sq In||160 lbs and Up|
|144||Camber||2.6"||24"-28"||17.6"||858 Sq In||170 lbs and Up|