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March 24, 2008 in Gear Reviews
2008 Ronix One
2008 Ronix Cell Boot
2008 Ronix Relik Boot
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March 25, 2008 at 7:30 pm
The One and the Cell are a higher cut boot than the Relik, the Cell is the stiffest binding Ronix has, for those who want more support. The One is very light weight and less stiff. The Relik (Parks Bonifay’s Boot) is much lower than either the One or the Cell, very soft inside with lots of side to side space. All of them have moldable foam inside. (Boots are able to be molded 6-8 times)
March 26, 2008 at 2:24 am
Ronix is the highest performance wakeboard company out to date. The people at Ronix are dedicated in making the next generation of wakeboard products. They have gone beyond any other wakeboard company with performance, materials, and comfort. The One boot is a higher wrap similar to the Cell, but has a softer flex than the Cell. The One is Danny Harf’s pro model boot. The One is great for tweakin grabs, but also keeping your ankle supported while doing so. The Cell boots are Chad Sharpe’s pro model boot. The Cell’s are a stiffer boot that fully support your ankles for those flats landings. The Cell are the best boots I have ever stepped in to. They provide great comfort and also support for those massive double ups, and flats landings. The Relik is a lower cut boot that is Parks Bonifay’s signature pro model. The lower cut allows for even more tweaking on those hard to reach places. In any situation Ronix has you covered with the best materials, comfort, and performance. Also aal boots are heat moldable which provide a perfect fit. They are your personal custom boot. I recommend these bindings over all others on the market.
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