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2014 Ronix District Park
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- Sharper center rail creates a quicker edge transfer that is more reliable in choppier water conditions, blends to a more vertical sidewall in the tip/tail allowing the board to ride higher on the water with more glide speed
- 2 Traction channels in the middle - help with acceleration thru a turn and push the rider into the wake
- 4 Traction channels in the tip/tail - create a more stable feel on landings
- 4 Flutes in the tip/tail - designed for a cable rider to aid the traction of the fins with a cleaner lift with less pressure on air tricks allowing the board to flick out of the water and away easier
- Variable Bevel - rounder radius bevel on the inside of a rider’s stance blending to a sharp bevel on the outside for a clean progressive edge transfer and hold
- Versatile rocker line - depending on how a rider edges into the wake it will feel like a continuous with easy transitions and soft landings, or a 3 stage rocker board and a more upright pop
- Cable speed design - most surface area, and a sharper rail
optimized for slower cable speeds
- 4 fiberglass 1.0” fi ns and 4 fiberglass .8” Utility Fins
- Created for the everyday cable and boat rider
Not down with the petroleum burning brethren of our other District?
Here is what makes the District Park the most universal aquatic park series ever conceived from our test tubes up at Radar Lake. This new deck is fabricated solely for the needs of cable. Yeah it has more surface area - that works better for the slower speeds of cable. Comes with built in flutes so you can ride this board finless with a cleaner lift with less pressure on air tricks allowing the board to flick out of the water and away from the rider easier. Even built with our most stout low friction exclusive sintered base, and delam free torsionally stiffer krypto cable wrapping the perimeter of the board. The flex unlike any other board in our dude’s line. The magic carpet glass layup has a traditional construction on the base. If you soften up the layup too much on the bottom you loose a leverage point and the board becomes too inconsistent. Instead, we went to much lighter glass on the top. The result is one of the biggest advancements for cable riders. Without sacrificing any of a riders ollie power onto a
rail, you now have so much more control and exaggerated body positions once you are on a rail. The board has a bigger sweet spot for a truer nose or tail press, less swing weight leaving a kicker and just overall more feel on the water or synthetic concoctions.