Based around a paulownia wood core that provides durability and dampening capabilities, as well as having the greatest
shape retention of any natural material. Magic Carpet laminates let Ronix fine-tune the resin adherence to obtain the
desired ride characteristics. Urethane Speedwalls offer less resistance for quicker glide speed as acting as a durable
Every cable lap on the Top Notch feels different than a traditional board with the freedom to break loose and really
exaggerate a press from the soft tip to tail layup. A must in any quiver as an alternative board with its loose, skate-like
free feeling on the water.
Moderate Rockerline: A more exaggerated rocker profile so less of the board touches the surface of the water so it can instantly
break free for more of a mellow freeride cruise that should never feel tight or sticky.
All Over Flex: Regarded as the fun board style ride, that allows for general progression in both aerial and obstacle
Nu Core 2.0: For damper and a more durable ride. Made from renewable trees, Paulownia timber runs horizontally through
the middle and vertically through the tip/tail to deliver a snowboard style kick and press on rails.
Magic Carpet: A unique laminate that manages the right quantity of resin to stick in order to receive the desired qualities
Speedwalls: Vertical urethane creates a durable barrier that also provides a faster top water speed
Sintered Base: The most durable non-stick base material Ronix have ever tested on features, that also increases glide
speed on water.