Ronix One Wakeboard Boots
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Ronix One Wakeboard Boots

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Closure Type: Speed Lace, Dual Zone
Mounting System: 6 inch
Tool-Less Mounting: No
Sizing: Size Specific
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Ronix One Wakeboard Boots

Ronix One Wakeboard Boots are the best blend of comfort, mobility, style and board control on the market. These boots crafted by Danny Harf have just gotten major upgrades. Customize your heel pocket fit with removable J-bars, and flex like never before in an articulating cuff that will not distort the boot's shape. Ronix's latest boot offering are a must have for anyone wanting to up their riding, and the German motorsport styling will have others in envy of your setup.

Key Features of the Ronix One Wakeboard:
  • A medium density liner
  • Made from our Perfect Lasts - wakeboard specific
  • Removable J-bars customize your heel pocket
  • Silicon ink in heel area
  • Articulating cuff
  • Low friction eyelets
  • New double X lacing
  • Danny Harf's new magnetic ink material kicks

Wakeboard Compatibility
  • This binding is fully compatible with all boards with a 6" Insert spread found here.
  • All stance options with except the widest and narrowest on a board with a 7" insert spread found here.
  • Not compatible with boards with a 8" insert spread.
  • Compatible with the narrowest insert options available on boards with the Strata Mounting system found here.
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    I wear shoes 11 in US, should I buy the 11 or 12 boot?
    salomao a on May 27, 2014
    Best Answer: I'd be buying the size eleven US.. I've bought this pair in size us 9 which I wear and they are a snug fit.
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