Wakeboard Ronix Kinetik Project Springbox 2

Collection summer 2024

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Ronix created a fun park board with the softest and most flexible tip and tail without affecting the flexibility in the center of the core. This is… detailed description

650.00 €

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Ronix Kinetik Project Springbox 2 Wakeboard

Ronix created a fun park board with the softest and most flexible tip and tail without affecting the flexibility in the center of the core. This is thanks to Springbox 2 technology. You'll enjoy a greater sense of confidence in the presses, while making every bounce much more effective. In short, you can lean into this board and enjoy an energetic, pop-filled ride. The Kinetik Project models also feature a milder rocker for a faster ride and the largest Grip & Release channels for increased traction.

Please Note! Mechanical damage to the wakeboard caused by riding on obstacles or during jumps can lead to a damage for which the warranty cannot be applied.


  • Destination: Cable park
  • Level: Advanced
  • TPU Graphic Top Sheet
  • Continuous Rocker – the camber starts a little behind the tip/tail and has a gentler but smoother course. It enables a consistent glide, higher speed development and stable landing in tricks. It ensures a quick, predictable and easy start.
  • Vertical wood + Springbox 2 construction – a strong and durable core made of vertical paulownia sheets is complemented by Springbox 2 technology, which consists of different depths of the core in the tip and tail area, making the board more flexible and softer in these places. The raised areas of the Springbox are strengthened with extruded reinforcements, which will give you more cushioning in the presses.
  • Targeted Tip/Tail Flex – for riders who prefer a softer tip and tail for technical presses and better rebounds from obstacles.
    • Tip/Tail flex: 58
    • Center flex: 85
  • Magic Carpet Top / Base Glass – constant innovation of fiberglass materials brings optimal conditions for the connection with the resin and the strength of the structure.
  • Speedwalls - durable edges for better glide and speed, the urethane used creates a durable bumper from the edges.
  • Monocoque Construction – combining the upper and lower laminations into one, thanks to which greater torsional rigidity, resistance to side impacts and delamination prevention are achieved.
  • Sintered Base sheet – an exclusive sintered base that is highly durable, fast and maintains its strength.
  • M6 inserts - more threads that allow for perfect fixing, have a shorter profile and thus you get better contact with the board without losing strength.
Wakeboard Ronix Kinetik Project Springbox 2 2024


Rider's Weight (kg)
144 -75
150 64-86
156 75+


Whether you have been riding a wakeboard for some time or you are a complete newcomer to the sport, there are a few things you should always keep in mind when buying a new wakeboard. In our offer you can choose wakeboards from leading brands Hyperlite and Ronix.

The most important criteria when choosing a wakeboard are dimensions, preferred riding style and rocker. If you're a beginner, look for a board with more pronounced channels in the base, which are easier to control and more forgiving of mistakes. More expensive wakeboards, usually pro models, offer specific riding characteristics that experienced riders will use and appreciate.

Choose the Size of the Wakeboard According to your Weight

Your weight plays a major role here. According to a simple table, you can easily determine the correct size of the wakeboard. On our website you will always find these informations next to the product detail. Several lengths are usually suitable for each weight category.

Shorter wakeboards are more suitable for beginner riders. They are slower, but offer better handling in the air.
Longer wakeboards are more suitable for more advanced and experienced riders. They hold better on the surface, so they are faster, but they are harder to control when jumping.

Will you be Riding Behind the Boat or in a Cable Park?

We also choose the wakeboard according to where we mainly want to ride. In our offer, we divide wakeboards into boards intended for a cable park or behind the boat. From this, other parameters are derived, mainly the base used and the number and type of fins.

Choose a Board with a Durable Base for the cable park

If you're into cable park riding and jumping over obstacles, choose wakeboards with a durable base that will protect your board during frequent rails and kickers. Removable fins are also important for park boards, as they'll get in the way when you're on obstacles.

Video: Hyperlite Union


Choose a Wakeboard with Fins if u Plan to go Behind the Boat

When riding behind the boat, you can use any wakeboard, preferably with four removable fins, or with six, where four are firmly profiled (or molded-in) and two middle ones are removable. A larger number of fins improves the riding properties of the board, which is then faster, holds better when riding on the edge and does better withstand various tricks. However, if you are a complete beginner, feel free to purchase the board with two fins, which guarantee excellent stability. There are also riders who prefer to ride without fins, the so-called "finless" boards, but this requires higher level of skills and mastered technique, because the board glides very easily on the water and it is difficult to maintain direction.

Video: JD Webb - Hyperlite Relapse

The Rocker Determines the Riding Characteristics of the Board

Continuous Rocker - There are countless rockers. Each rocker is constructed according to the model's focus on riding style. Rocker is mainly used for park wakeboards.
Stage Rocker - This type of rocker is unique among wakeboards behind the boat. The classic rocker is complemented by a concave for a better slide on the wave and thus prevents the edge from being swallowed by water.
Rocker Late - The wakeboard remains straight between the bindings and the tip and tail rise only behind the binding. This rocker is suitable for both types of rides - universal.
Rocker Early - This rocker is used by the Ronix brand. This is a full-depth wakeboard rocker that makes it ideal for park riding.
Camber - Ronix has also come up with a revolutionary camber rocker design. The camber between the bindings is the opposite of the usual rockers on wakeboards, allowing the rider to achieve the correct stance/posture without transferring all the power to the back foot. These wakeboards are suitable for riding behind a boat.

Base Types

Wakeboards for the cable park have a sintered base that is resistant to obstacles and wakeboards for the boat have an extruded base.
Sintered Base - a durable base designed for the park for all types of obstacles.
Enduro Base - has a better glide for easier boat rides, but is not suitable for the park.


Monocoque - Reinforced fiberglass edge. This technology is mainly used by the Ronix brand, thanks to which the edge is very strong.
Krypto Cable - Sidewall ABS edge is very impact resistant. Used for cable park models.

What Are the Channels in the Base For?

The more channels & the deeper, the easier the ride in the curve or the lighter the impact. The disadvantage, however, is riding on rails. Wakeboard, which has no channel, is the maximum jibb for riding on obstacles. However, the disadvantage is more difficult edging or impacts from the rails.

Who Are the Fins For?

The fins replace the channels and are suitable for riding behind the boat. Wakeboards in the cable park have lower fins and most riders separate them straight away.

What Are the Differences in the Shapes of Wakeboards?

The shapes of the boards are different and each riders choice is individual. Wakeboards behind the boat have a more complicated cut-out of the tip and tail compared to the shapes intended for the cable park. On the contrary, they are usually simple. They are straight, made to the tip or have a specific shape designed for easier pop.

Ronix Kinetik Project Springbox 2

Wakeboard Ronix Kinetik Project Springbox 2


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