2015 Ronix Code 22 Wakeboard - Intelligent Core Construction
A new freeride turning aquatic device, mixed with our most explosive 3 stage snap and the smartest core of them all. The Code 22 is the more aggressive counterpart to our other Intelligent Core William board. Created for the rider looking for mellow relaxed turns, a explosive/vertical pop, and a construction delivering the most feedback into the rider.
New for 2015, we altered the rail to a full, soft surf-inspired design – for smoother arcing turns. Find that moment in our new freeride turn, experience smooth, relaxed freeride arcs and forgiving surf rails. Dean Smith arguably goes bigger than anybody in wakeboarding and wanted a rockerline that will react as powerfully as his high voltage riding. Whether you are loaded up, or running flat into the wake you will notice the flattened rocker under your feet and a super late kick in the tip/tail. Now you don’t have to ride behind a big wake to get the hangtime you are looking for.As always all orders over $75 ship at no charge with no hassle returns and warranty.
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Late Rocker – An exaggerated rocker line with a later arc and a higher degree provide a more straight up explosive pop. This style of rocker creates more of an instant explosive buck off the wake.
Rocker Lines - The terms 3-stage and continuous do not define a boards true explosion, as technically most boards have countless stages within their rocker line. What does make sense is measuring where the main arc happens – if you look at a board from a side profile you will see 1 main arc. The location of this arc and its degree of angle are labeled for each board series in the Ronix line
Rocker Location – late or early arc – This has to do with where the transition of the rocker line happens relative to the center of the board. If it happens closer to the center – early arc. Closer to the tip/tail – late arc.
Rocker Degree – we measure the degree of every rocker line relative to a flat surface. So a higher degree has more arc angle, less degree has a smoother mellower arc angle.
Intelligent Core - By combining two types of foam and two types of wood with carbon fiber and fiberglass, the Intelligent core offers unprecedented feedback and response to the rider. This construction technique creates boards eager for large wakes, long lines, and faster speeds.
Monocoque – a wrapped glass from the bottom to the top so the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board- but is now the strongest. Generating a more durable board on side impacts thus preventing delamination as well as creating a torsionally stiffer ride
Mod Pour – An ultra stiff, lightweight, super saucy core. This demanding alternative foam is made from Ronix’s exclusive blend of atoms the highest strength to weight ratio they have ever tested – setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam out there.
Krypto Cable – Different fibers are brewed up and then woven together to make a stronger compound. The Krypto Cable surrounds the profile of the board and is fused together with the new Mod Pour core. Combined with monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board
Air Core Foam - The more responsive of Ronix's 2 lightweight foams. In addition to having minimal swing weight she packs a mean punch in the lively department.
Paulownia Wood – made from renewable sustainable trees – a cable friendly Paulownia timber delivering a snowboard influenced kick off the wake and unique Ollie and press on rails
Maple Stringer- the spinal cord of a board running down the middle of a core. It allows the use of lighter and softer materials with more feedback, and less swing weight without boards collapsing like a traditional flex board
Arced Wood – why has every board made in the past had a linear core construction? If you are laminating something vertically form tip to tail, all of the energy that takes place torsionally existing the side profile of the board is ignored. You hit the wake from the side – not fully head on, having this arced parabolic Paulownia helps transfer this energy to the rail of the board.
Interwoven Fibers – a revolutionary blend of fibers, Ronix has been using fiberglass and carbon together in boards for years. This is the first time that carbon is actually woven together with the glass. The result is fibers working in unison, and not independently.
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Sintered Base – the most durable non-stick base material ever tested on rails. Formulated from a powder by heating the material in a sintering furnace below its melting point until the particles bond to one another. A higher purity compound that preserves its bond overtime.
4 FIBERGLASS 1.0” RAMP FINS & *4 FIBERGLASS .8” FREE AGENT FINS
A surf round rail with a soft bevel thru the center creates a floaty feel and prevents that all too familiar edge catching digger
The rail blends to a sharper bevel and rail in the tip/tail creating additional contact with the water
Thinner profile - creates more overall energy and added rebound off the wake and softer landings
Created for the rider that wants to upgrade their vertical travels with our most explosive rockerline and advanced Intelligent Core
Designed and ridden by former WWA World Champion Dean Smith
135: Up to 175lbs
139: Up to 180lbs
143: 170lbs and Up