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5150 Shooter Snowboard 108

5150 Shooter Snowboard 108

The Shooter offers exceptional quality at an entry level price. Incorporatingour Grom-Flex Core during the building process creates a kids boardthat is super responsive and is a blast to ride.Key Features of the 5150 Shooter Snowboard: All-Mountain shape and flex designed for kids Full tip-to-tail sustainable Aspen core for durability and lasting camber Structural Cap provides strength and responsiveness 360° Edge Protection - the strongest edge available Grom-Flex Core™ for a forgiving flex that's great to learn on Biaxial Fiberglass for dependable and forgiving edge control 1000-Grade extruded base goes fast and tunes faster Length (cm): 108, 118, 128, 138 Effective Edge (cm): N/A Tip/Tail Width (cm): N/A Waist Width (cm): 21.2 (108), 21.9 (118), 22.5 (128), 23.2 (138) Sidecut (m): 5.2 (108), 5.5 (118), 6.1 (128), 6.7 (138)

5150 Vice Wide Snowboard 163

5150 Vice Wide Snowboard 163

With RadRock Rocker and Tru-Flex Core, the Nomad is an all-mountain weapon! Directional shape and Biaxial Fiberglass construction provide a fast, smooth, and snappy ride for shredders of all abilities. Available in wide sizes for big-foot riders.Key Features of the 5150 Vice Wide Snowboard: RadRock Rocker for easy turning, catch-free performance and powder float Directional shape and flex for all-mountain performance Full tip-to-tail sustainable Aspen core for durability and lasting camber 3D Structural Cap provides strength and responsiveness 360° Edge Protection - the strongest and lightest edge available Tru-Flex Core™ for a smooth and responsive ride Biaxial Fiberglass for dependable and forgiving edge control 1000-Grade extruded die-cut base goes fast and tunes faster Deep Gloss Capkote UV protection finish Length (cm): 154W, 159W, 163W, 166W Effective Edge (cm): N/A Tip/Tail Width (cm): N/A Waist Width (cm): 26.4 (154W), 26.6 (159W), 26.8 (163W), 27.0 (166W) Sidecut (m): 7.8 (154W), 8.2 (159W), 8.4 (163W), 8.5 (166W)

Ronix Mana Wakeboard 139 w/ Kai Bindings

Ronix Mana Wakeboard 139 w/ Kai Bindings

Kai Mana Collection: Riding Style - Dean Smith';s amped up Mana board makes every wake feel like a kicker, whether you are loaded up or running flat into the wake. The most overall aggressive board in our line has a flattened rocker under your feet and a super late arc in the tip/tail. A board that lives up to the Polynesian name Kaimana - power of the water. Our stiffest open toe boot, the Kai is handcrafted out of eco friendly recycled water bottles. High end footwear offering the best in boot/board energy delivery, yet can still fit multiple sizes. An award winning boot off the liquid kicker from the WWA World Champion, Dean Smith';s Mana series. For a rider looking for the ultimate straight up in the air snap. Over the past several seasons, Australia';s Deano has been taking his freeride skills to another level. Regarded as one of the riders that goes bigger than most pros out there. His new ride has a super flat rocker under your feet and a really late/abrupt arc for high end riders that want the most in a vertical lift, or any rider looking for the most lift, even on smaller boat wakes. The Mana was designed to be ridden on edge with a sharper rail throughout the board, but it doesn';t need much angle into the wake to get a solid pop. Overall, our most responsive and explosive series. The stiffest open toe performer in our line up has the best in non heat moldable memory out there. Inspired by our friends on the island, the shell of this boot was made from recycled PET - plastic water bottle material. Created for anyone looking for comfort, ease of entry and our comfy memory foam - Ultralon Stage 2 liner. Affordable shred shoes with the same refined styling as our other performance orthotic boots. The boot Dean Smith laces up into as he prepares for another freeride session making the wake seem like an endless double up. Key Features of the Ronix Mana Wakeboard: Sharp rail from tip to tail for more effective edge in the water Softer bevel in the center of the board prevents catching an edge Total of 8 molded in fins .7" outer, and .4" inner provide just enough grip to ride finless, but still has an easy release for spins Slight "V" bottom means a faster edge to edge transition and softer landings Mod Pour - The highest strength to weight ratio we have ever tested - setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam out there Krypto Cable - Combined with our monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board - not the weakest Monocoque - A wrapped glass from the top to the bottom so the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board - but the strongest 2 Fiberglass 1.0" fins Kaimana - Power of the water ridden by WWA World Champion Dean Smith Length (cm): 135, 139, 143 Tip Width (in): N/A Mid Width (in): 16.4 (135), 16.6 (139), 16.8 (143) Rocker (angle/arc): 11/Late Key Features of the Ronix Kai Bindings: Lightweight Stage 2 Liner - even more comfortable and less prone to packing out Double laces - a more customized fit 3-D Molded tongue blends comfort and performance Stage 2 Liner - The best memory available in non heat moldable material - our exclusive high end Ultralon New Zealand Foam Articulating cuff - the boot flexes with the rider without any pressure points Built in J-bars improve heel hold Low friction eyelets Baseless Hardware - The original low profile design delivers superior board control on an ultra-lightweight foundation - often imitated never duplicated Tool Less Mounting Hardware - So simple a Neanderthal can use it, no screwdriver required Eco Innovation - no use of PVC solvents and partially crafted from recycled water bottles Ridden by WWA World Champion Dean Smith

Ronix Parks Modello Wakeboard Space Silver/The Juice 139

Ronix Parks Modello Wakeboard Space Silver/The Juice 139

Arguably the biggest name in wakeboarding - Parks Bonifay has done more on the water than most of us have before he even started school. Starting behind the boat at 6 months old, youngest rider to at the time to win summer X, winner of every major award or contest you can imagine many times over, rabble rabble - check out the Parks movie if you haven't seen it already. One thing he doesn't get enough credit for though is his knowledge of hydrodynamics. Since becoming an owner of Ronix he really wanted to take his explosive, aggressive style and translate that into his most user friendly collection. A less is more rockerline, and a super sized sweet spot with our most amount of surface area in a high end board. The result is the easiest riding signature board out there. A hard edging board that you can ride longer with. Leave the wake with less work from the added top water speed. Now you can naturally travel off the peak of the kicker with more forward momentum. Similar glide speed to the new One board, just has a tighter overall feel transitioning, when edging and more bite leaving the wake. The fastest, most stable, easy to ride board our sport's gnarliest rider has ever endorsed. Still one of the strongest edging boards in our line with the unique variable rail and deeper channels outside the fi ns. Key Features of the Ronix Parks Modello Wakeboard: Center variable edge – a sharper rail and a softer bevel create a controlled accelerated edge transfer with a forgiving bottom design Tip/Tail variable edge – an even more vertical rail allows the end of the board to ride higher on the water and prevents the board from burying the edge on big cuts with a sharper bevel for quicker response into a turn Thinner profile reduces swing weight A clean bottom design - the board lands with more natural forward momentum allowing us to use cleaner bottoms Wide profile – with this much surface area we balance it out with more sidecut for the right amount of effective edge in the water Glide Speed - puts smiles on riders faces since not very long ago and can potentially cure the common cold A collection inspired by the marvels of our galaxy Parks Bonifay approved

Ronix One Modello Wakeboard Snow Flake/Mike Lime 142 - Men's

Ronix One Modello Wakeboard Snow Flake/Mike Lime 142 - Men's

One Collection by Danny Harf: Riding Style - The freeride legend got a total overhaul for 2012. From its inception in 2007 the best selling One board has been known for its mellower transitioned turns, a progressive edge hold and a smooth 3-stage kick off the wake. Here are some of the biggest advancements to this iconic superboard. Glide Speed - there is less resistance on the water allowing for longer sessions. The reduced rocker line creates additional speed both on and leaving the water. Proving sometimes less is more. With a smoother blended variable rail and deeper fin channels, it's a board that doesn't feel as tight with the water and will break free easier. A riding set up completed with our WSIA innovation of the year One boots in multiple colorways and several new features. The future of freeride designs takes on a new chapter for 2012. Since landing a 1080 on a prototype One board 12 days after becoming an owner of Ronix in the summer of '06, Danny has devoted his riding to a mellower inspired shape with relaxed arcing transitions. In the past couple seasons, we have made more hand shaped protos than ever for a new design, really focusing on 3 key things. 1. Make a board that that doesn't feel as tight on the water - recessing the fins inside of the channel for a looser overall feel. A quicker release off the wake without sacrificing stability. 2. Build a smoother blend in the variable rail for more predictable edge transfers. 3. With the help of Parks, create a new style of rocker with the most glide speed. Every aspect of the One board's rocker was built for the least amount of resistance with the water. Now you can ride longer with less work, and carry more overall speed into the wake. The fastest pro model Danny Harf has ever ridden. Unravel your freeride potential with our best selling collection.Key Features of the Ronix One Modello Wakeboard: New surf/round rail with a soft bevel thru the center allows the board to ride higher on the water and prevents that all too familiar edge catching digger Rail blends to a sharper bevel and a vertical sidewall in the tip/ tail creating additional contact with the water, a more predictable turn, riding higher on the water Thin profile reduces swing weight Clean center bottom design - the fastest rocker line we have ever made means you leave the wake with more momentum with faster landings for less impact on landings Deeper side vents for fins - the best in traction with a looser feel and a quick release Glide Speed - puts smiles on riders faces since not very long ago and can cure the common cold Monocoque - A wrapped glass from the top to the bottom so the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board - but the strongest 4 Detachable 1.0" ramp fins Mod Pour - The highest strength to weight ratio we have ever tested - setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam out there Krypto Cable - Combined with our monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board - not the weakest Danny Harf designed and endorsed Length (cm): 134, 138, 142, 146 Tip Width (in): N/A Mid Width (in): 16.6 (134), 16.8 (138), 17 (142), 17 (146) Rocker (angle/arc): 10/Late

CWB Marius Wakeboard 136 w/ Marius Bindings - Men's

CWB Marius Wakeboard 136 w/ Marius Bindings - Men's

The Marius is the best board I have ever ridden. We worked hard to make changes that would keep the overall ride characteristics while increasing the speed. We also wanted the board to be capable of the highest level of boat riding but also good for rail riding. The changes made are what I consider to be the perfect board. The Marius has low drag while riding flat and is fast edge to edge. It holds edge up off the wake which results in more pop. The dual center spine and continuous rocker aid in super soft landings. For cable riding you can remove the aluminum fin. The beveled edge rail makes the board more durable as the board edge does not come in contact with rail. The versatility of the Marius is unprecedented. I use it behind the boat, at the cable, winching and on rails. We worked hard to make a shape riders would enjoy and progress their riding to the next level. We succeeded. Key Features of the CWB Marius Wakeboard: Designed, shaped and ridden by Trevor Hansen Massive mid section 17.46" Multiple mini steps create grip with less drag V-Tech at tip and tail allows for wider mid section Dual center spine for extra soft landings Continuous rocker Designed for: Advanced / Expert Length (cm): 136, 141 Tip Width (in): 10.89 (136), 10.89 (141) Mid Width (in): 17.46 (136), 17.46 (141) Rocker (in): 2.9 (136), 3.05 (141) CWB Marius Bindings:Air Shock Gen6-Plate Fiberplasm transfers strength for control Superfeet insole pads Heel Lock Hinge - zero heel lift New soft EVA liner Lace adjustable heel lock strap Dual lace adjust SOS Shock absorption heel Gorilla grip

Oakley Twenty Sunglasses Tortoise/ Dark Bronze Lens

Oakley Twenty Sunglasses Tortoise/ Dark Bronze Lens

The latest evolution of a sunglass that shot to #1 when it was first released, this rebirth of an Oakley classic puts fresh mojo into retro-meets-Revolutionary. Oakley Twenty brings the sure grip of Unobtainium components to active lifestyles, and it takes clarity and comfort along for the ride. Sleek contours of durable O Matter frame material are matched with premium optics to turn sunglasses into a performance essential and a statement of style. If it feels like your sunglasses are wearing you, you're not alone. Lots of people find ordinary sunglasses to be a sinister plot, especially with frames that stick out too far at the sides. Oakley Twenty is different because it was engineered with condensed cranial geometry, an innovation that doesn't simply make things smaller - it carefully hones each dimension so the frame feels like it was made for you. Somebody finally got it right. We couldn't have picked a better design to unleash that kind of engineering. Oakley Twenty tips its hat to an all-time classic, and with the sure grip of Unobtainium nosepads (in addition to Unobtainium earsocks), this new creation is what active lifestyles have been longing for. A base lens curvature of 8.75 achieves a contour that extends peripheral view while optimizing protection at the sides. The stress-resistant frame is comfortably lightweight, and integrated dual-cam hinges offer the best in form and function. Match Oakley Twenty with optional HD Polarized lenses and leave harsh glare cowering in humiliation. Optional Iridium lens coatings are available for balanced light transmission that helps you enjoy optimized vision in targeted environments. Whatever options you choose, you'll have the 100% UV filtering of Plutonite lenses with the unbeatable clarity and protection of High Definition Optics (HDO). Key Features of the Oakley Twenty Sunglasses: Polarized lens options. Minimized glare via technology that produces the best polarized lenses on the planet Optimized peripheral vision and side protection of 8.75 base lens curvature Meets optical requirements based on ANSI Z87.1 Meets impact requirements based on ANSI Z80.3 UV protection of Plutonite® lens material that filters out 100% of UVA / UVB / UVC & harmful blue light up to 400 nm Glare reduction and tuned light transmission of Iridium® lens coating (optional) Durability and all-day comfort of lightweight, stress-resistant O Matter® frame material Comfortable fit on small to medium faces via condensed cranial geometry Precision and durability of sculpturally integrated hinge mechanisms with dual action CAMS Comfort and Performance of Three-Point Fit that holds lenses in precise optical alignment Patented Unobtainium® earsocks and nosepads ensure a snug, secure fit Metal Icon accents

DaKine Pantera Mitt

DaKine Pantera Mitt

Definitively seal out wind and water with the DaKine Element Mitt. Rocking a windproof, waterproof polyurethane insert behind the durable water repellant treated nylon shell, this plush mitten will laugh in the face of liquid precipitation. Insulated with 170 gram weight high loft synthetic insulation, and a 230 gram weight fleece lining, your hands will stay nice and warm. If they get too hot, pull out the removable 4-way stretch pipe glove, with synthetic suede palm, and ride with it. A RubberTec palm on the shell provides excellent durability and is waterproof as well. The back of the glove sports a zippered stash pocket and closes with an adjustable hook and loop cuff. If banishing wind and water is your top priority, pull on number 119 of the periodic table, the Element Mitt from DaKine.

Lib Tech Skate Banana Snowboard Blem Green/Blue 149 - Men's

Lib Tech Skate Banana Snowboard Blem Green/Blue 149 - Men's

Award winning, rips everything, easy to ride, easy to turn, catch-free and forgiving, floats incredibly in powder, is unreal for jibbing, poppy freestyle fun, handcrafted in the USA, for first timers to pros. Banana Tech snowboards specific geometries reverse a snowboard';s "pressure map", shifting your weight from your feet inward to the center of your board where balance is controlled. Some weight is still transferred to the tips and tails and full contact is maintained for control and stability but far less than is the case with tip-to-tail ski style camber where the tips and tails are the focus of all weight distribution, making a board catchy and difficult to ride. This board has some minor cosmetic defects-nothing that affects the performanceKey Features of the Lib Tech Skate Banana BTX Snowboard: Banana Technologies and Magne-Traction (BTX) Twin geometries H-Pop core with banana specific core profile Power transfer internal sidewalls Too many awards to list Sintered base Flex: 4.5 - 6 (depending on size) Length (cm): 149, 152, 154, 156, 159 Effective Edge (cm): 111 (149), 114 (152), 115 (154), 117 (156), 120 (159) Tip/Tail Width (cm): 28.4 (149), 28.9 (152), 29 (154), 29.5 (156), 29.7 (159) Waist Width (cm): 24.7 (149), 25.2 (152), 25.3 (154), 25.5 (156), 25.5 (159) Sidecut (m): 8.1 (149), 8.2 (152), 8.2 (154), 8.3 (156), 8.4 (159)

Byerly Wakeboard Bindings - Men's

Byerly Wakeboard Bindings - Men's

A good wakeboard binding gives you a snug fit and a comfortable, responsive ride. If you demand high performance look no further than Byerly Wakeboard Bindings. Their classic sneaker fit construction and dual density pro footbed will give you a comfortable and secure fit, and the dual quick cinch lace zone will let you get in and out as fast as possible, no more waiting to ride or lubing your bindings up with dish soap. Lace up the Byerly wakeboard bindings and get the comfortable, responsive, high performance ride you've been looking for.Key Features of The Byerly Wakeboard Bindings: Low Pro Plate System Dual Quick Cinch Lace Zone Classic Sneaker Fit Construction Removable Tongue Stiffener Dual Density Pro Footbed Flow Through Drain Panels Removable Claw Ring Painted / UV Clear Plates

CWB Answer Wakeboard Bindings - Men's

CWB Answer Wakeboard Bindings - Men's

The 2010 CWB Answer Wakeboard Bindings are high grade, and have the features required for great performance by the wearer. Incorporating mesh wrap for a light weight, as well as an SOS Shock absorption heel, these bindings were designed with the modern wake boarder in mind. The 2 piece orthotics footbed and the dual lace adjustment system make it possible for the wearer to have a great ride, with perfect fit, function, comfort and style.Key Features of the CWB Answer Wakeboard Bindings: Gen6-Plate Heel Lock Hinge - zero heel lift 2 piece orthotics footbed Mesh wrap for light weight Dual lace adjust SOS Shock absorption heel Gorilla grip

CWB Transcend Wakeboard 142 w/ Answer Bindings

CWB Transcend Wakeboard 142 w/ Answer Bindings

The Transcend was designed with input from riders of all ability levels. I wanted a high-end board that would work for a broad range of riders. Every design detail on the Transcend is there for function and ultimately control. We focused on control in the edging, speed, huge pop and soft landings. The traction comes from the 4 fin set up with the ability to still release at the top of the wake. The bolt-on aluminum extensions let the rider dial in the exact bite they are looking for. The speed of the board stays with you, not taking off in front of you or lagging behind. The pop of the Transcend is unique in that it's a subtle 3-stage board. The pop is generated under your back leg and up through your center of gravity. That is a fancy way of saying it has a ton of pop. Extending the center spine from tip to tail softens up the landings, while being subtle enough not to affect the board transition edge to edge. The end product of so much testing is a board that works well for the most advanced riders but still works for someone learning their first wake jump. The graphics are unreal for 2012. I don't know if I should ride it or hang it on the wall. Okay, I am leaning more towards riding it!Key Features of the CWB Transcend Wakeboard: Designed, shaped and ridden by Andrew Adkison Proven design with hardware such as U.S. Masters and 2x World Champion Molded fins with bolt on fin extensions for customized bite and asymmetrical options Deepest center spine runs tip to tail Fast design with big release off wake Subtle 3-stage rocker Designed for: Advanced / Expert Length (cm): 138, 142 Tip Width (in): 9.51 (138), 9.71 (142) Mid Width (in): 17.02 (138), 17.22 (142) Rocker (in): 2.92 (138), 3.02 (142) CWB Answer Bindings:Mesh Tech for weight reduction Flexible design with reinforced ribs New soft EVA liner Heel Lock Hinge - zero heel lift Orthotics footbed SOS Shock absorption heel Gorilla grip Gen6-plate

Ronix Vault Wakeboard 139 Black/Red/Carbon - Men's

Ronix Vault Wakeboard 139 Black/Red/Carbon - Men's

Vault Riding Style: The latest generation of board, understanding your body is working against the boat on a toeside edge. Combined with our exclusive blend of high memory New Zealand foam in a easy entry, supportive adjustable boot. Gone are the days of leaving the wake's transfer in an unnatural position. The innovative Vault recognizes that your body is crossed up riding toeside, taking this into consideration with the design of the rocker, fin shape/placement. This profile allows the rider to point the board with maximum grip to the wake without requiring excessive attack angle. The design of the heelside was created for a rider facing the boat with a more natural position to point the board to the wake. Who said asymmetrical was only for entry level riders? Many contests have been won on the WWA Nationals and Worlds - a series with no limits takes features from several boards in our line. This ride is a platform to develop your riding style - allowing a rider to stand more efficient - redefining the demands needed for the latest in toe/heelside versatility.Key Features of the Ronix Vault Wakeboard: Toeside rail is thinned out to sit deeper in the water creating additional grip from this sharp profile Toeside fins are deeper, longer and closer to the rail for a strong/stable edge hold Heelside rail starts off softer/fuller for a mellower transition, then blends to a more vertical sidewall with less resistance on the water Heelside fins are shorter and further from the rail for a quicker release on spinning tricks 4 molded asymmetric fin shape track true in a straight line, but break free easier with more float in a side slide position A wider profile creates a bigger sweet spot riding in any water condition 2 fiberglass 1.7" fins Monocoque - A wrapped glass from the top to the bottom so the flash line is no longer the weak point of the board - but the strongest Mod Pour - The highest strength to weight ratio we have ever tested - setting the standard of the most refined recipe of foam out there Krypto Cable - Combined with our monocoque laminated glass, this cable makes the sidewalls the strongest part of the board - not the weakest Designed by Mike Ferraro and our development team Length (cm): Tip Width (in): N/A Mid Width (in): 16.5 (128), 16.7 (134), 16.9 (139), 17 (143) Rocker (angle/arc): 8/Early

Byerly Conspiracy Wakeboard 56

Byerly Conspiracy Wakeboard 56

Aaron Rathy and Scott Bouchard have collaborated to create a series like nothing the Byerly line has seen, the Conspiracy series. Expanding on the durability and strength a Glass Rope sidewall delivers, the Conspiracy takes it one step further with the addition of a Glass Rope deck inlay. This Dual Rope construction creates twice the strength of a traditional wakeboard lay-up allowing this series to be the thinnest in the line while still delivering all the explosive pop Byerly riders have come to love. Scott Bouchard has also created a faster more responsive ride. Combining an all new profile and ABS molded-in fins closer to the edge of the board, the Conspiracy is quick to respond and holds an edge all the way to the wake. Once there the new placement of the ABS fins, ending nearly an inch from the tip and tail, allows the board to release quickly giving a rider more time to begin their rotation. Key Features of the Byerly Conspiracy Wakeboard: Shaped by Butch Glass Rope Sidewall Glass Rope Deck Inlay Biolite 3 Core Molded-In ABS Fins Strategic Flex Patterns Reinforced Footbed Area Thin tip / tail thickness Blended 3-Stage rocker Layered glass Length (in): 54, 56 Tip Width (in): 11.8 (54), 12.0 (56) Mid Width (in): 17.0 (54), 17.25 (56) Rocker (in): 2.6 (54), 2.7 (56)

Ronix Parks Wakeboard Boots Obsidian/Hadron Blue - Men's

Ronix Parks Wakeboard Boots Obsidian/Hadron Blue - Men's

Parks Bonifay and our designers crafted our lightest heat formed custom fit boot with plasmatic portions of a synthetic film coating, tipping the scale under 1.6 lbs. This new Parks boot is built for riders that want the most mobility out of a closed toe boot, without sacrificing heel hold down. Technology taken from some of our favorite ultra light runners - needs less glue and stitching. A lower cut boot with our Intuition + liners are made with a lightweight breathable shell material for the most in side to side latitude. Parks Bonifay's custom orthotic freestyle inspired signature footwear has more lateral freedom than the One or Cell boot. So tech it might as well be a particle collider.Key Features of the Ronix Parks Wakeboard Boots: Our softest density liner is also perforated - offering the most mobility in a high-end boot Made from wakeboard specific lasts - not a guess Intuition Liners - Heat Formed Custom Fit - a few minutes on our cooker and this patented material will form to the exact shape your foot for a lifetime Rad Foam - Really awesome dampening in your footpad for the big impact landings Double Last - Creates an exact fit from your foot to the shell of the boot for the best in comfort and response Feetbelts - Please fasten your feetbelts and enjoy the ride - offers the ultimate heel hold Double Stuff Footbed - Allows your foot to naturally cant inward without dictating a specific cant angle Removable J-bars customize your heel pocket Silicon ink in heel area for greater hold down Baseless Hardware - The original low profile design delivers superior board control on an ultra-lightweight foundation - often imitated never duplicated Tool Less Mounting Hardware - So simple a Neanderthal can use it, no screwdriver required Low friction eyelets Eco Innovation - We eliminated the use of PVC solvents, which are potentially hazardous to the surroundings and human health Ridden by Parks Bonifay

Ronix Viva 136 Wakeboard w/ Viva Boots

Ronix Viva 136 Wakeboard w/ Viva Boots

The Viva takes us back to our roots of board design - a hard rail, sharp bevel and increased sidecut for riders that don';t have a lot of extra time. A board you gain confidence with as you get on the gas. Chad';s quick blended rocker combines the speed needed to make any wake transfer seem effortless, with more kick than a traditional continuous rocker. Since winning the WWA World Championship in 1999, Chad Sharpe has been synonymous with coming out of a turn with his tires squealing, hard charging signature style. His approach earned him the biggest air ever recorded at the annual Parks double up contest. Carrying more angle into the wake, and landing further out in the flats with a sharp 45 degree rail from end to end creating more effective edge with the water. A rockerline that mimics the natural transition of the wake, carrying more speed up the kicker, a sidecut that has more contact points in the water, and fin placements that allow the board to react as quickly as any rider can control it. Last year, we went to a 1/2" wider belly with a similar tip/tail width vs. his previous boards - the additional sidecut just adds to the speedy vortex of Shangri-La Chad was looking for. Effortless high speed carves and a fast/explosive hybrid rockerline - a board you never have to worry about keeping up with. Not only a hard charging rider like former Alliance Rider of the Year Chad Sharpe can appreciate a responsive and supportive open toe boot. Lay into these boots and they will drive the utmost control into the board so that you can feel more confident in the ride under your feet - yet still have the versatility of fitting multiple feet sizes. The open toe Viva can easily be shared with most anyone in the boat - without sacrificing the support or control that a pro or aspiring enthusiast might demand. This high speed open toe boot is the perfect blend of performance and versatility as well as being partially constructed from your favorite 16.9 oz natural spring container. If you are looking for a boot that will offer you and anyone in your boat a great ride, then look no further than the Viva. Live it up with our new Stage 2 lined creations! Key Features of the Ronix Viva 136 Wakeboard: Our sharpest center rail creates a super quick edge transfer and line into the wake More reliable in choppier water conditions Shallower exit channels - help relieve the pressure with the water Thin profile reduces swing weight 4 fiberglass 1.0" ramp fins Chad Sharpe's speedy creation is ready to be taken into the flats Key Features of the Ronix Viva Boots: 3-D Molded tongue blends comfort and performance Built in J-bars improve heel hold Double laces - a more customized fi t Articulating cuff - the boot fl exes with the rider without boot distortion Low friction eyelets New double X lacing - improved wear resistance and tensile strength Ridden by Chad Sharpe

Morrow Radium Snowboard 155

Morrow Radium Snowboard 155

The Radium is a true performer. The 100% wood Performance Core and Radial Sidecut make this board smooth and responsive. Morr-Rock Rocker makes it easy to land tricks as well as smooth and surfy in powder. Strap in and hang on.Key Features of the Morrow Radium Snowboard: Morr-Rock™ Rocker profile for ease in landing tricks Directional shape for both freestyle and freeride performance 360° Structural cap provides strength and responsiveness 360° Edge protection, the strongest edge around Full-length Performance Core™ for a smooth, responsive ride 1000-Grade extruded die-cut base goes fast and tunes faster Radial Sidecut for consistent and smooth turns Stiffer tail flex providing stability and support for larger riders Mirror finish UV Protect coating

Blackburn Atom SL 3.0 Bike Computer - Black

Blackburn Atom SL 3.0 Bike Computer - Black

The Atom SL 3.0 Cyclometer features a digital extended range wireless transmitter and is very thin and lightweight. The Atom will calculate your current, average and max speed with a pace arrow and also shows the trips distance/odometer. Rounding out the features are a ride timer, 12/24 hour clock, bar/stem mounting system and auto scan.

 
Snowboards for sale - Snowboarding is a very recent sport and is similar to surfing, skateboarding, and Skiing. Likewise, it is not surprising that Snowboarding's origins lie in these sports. Although it is hard to pinpoint the pioneer of Snowboarding, it has been recognized that it was initiated around the 1950s by a few surf and skate enthusiasts who used self-made boards to convey their skills to a new terrain: the snow. At that time, due to the novelty of the Snowboards, those contraptions often resulted in many broken boards and a lot of bruises.

The first real Snowboard hit the market during the 1960's in the form of Sherman Poppen's Snurfer. It appeared like a weird crossover between a plywood sled and a skateboard deck. The rope attached to the front tip of the snurfer (board) offered the rider some control, and the steel tacks poking through the upper deck held the rider's feet in place.

During that time, Snowboarding appealed initially to a small group of surfers, skateboarders, and backcountry enthusiasts. Brave souls who rode their own Snowboard contraptions were highly frowned upon by majority of skiers. They were not even allowed to ride the regular skiing slopes. Consequently, Snowboarding started Off-Piste.

As Snowboarding became more popular in the 70's and 80's, true Snowboarding pioneers such as Dimitrije Milovich, an East Coast surfer, and Jake Burton Carpenter came up with new snowboard designs, materials and machineries that had slowly developed into the Snowboard, Snowboard Bindings, and other Snowboard Equipment we know nowadays.

In 1983, less than 10 percent of United States ski areas allowed Snowboarding. But by 1997, few resorts excluded it. Today, Snowboarding is now as accepted as skiing in most Ski Resorts Worldwide and its popularity and fan base is growing at such a pace that the number of skiers in the US has declined by 25%. The number of Snowboarders has increased by 77%, making Snowboarding the fastest growing winter sport in the US. Today, more than 3.4 million people Snowboard. This number comprises about 20% of the visitors to US ski resorts. Also, the number of people who snowboard is predicted to overtake Skiing by 2015.