The One by Danny Harf has been a staple of the Ronix collection since its inception and when you have one of the most influential riders of all time backing a board, people are going to eat it up. They’ve retooled the One for this year and have packed it with even more tech than ever. A new shape, stringers that run the length of the board, redesigned profile, and a more controlled bottom design are just a few of those tweaks to give the One Time Bomb its signature feel. If it’s good enough for Harf, it’s probably good enough for you. It was definitely good enough for Billy saying, “This was definitely one of the smoothest boards we rode. It had tons of pop and low swing weight which made it super fun. Harf definitely knows how to make a sick board!”

MSRP: $599.99

Sizes: 134cm, 138cm, 142cm, 146cm


 Ellery Hunt channeling her inner Danny Harf (photo: Mathis)

RONIX TOP NOTCH PRO (Timo Kapl Pro Model)

Timo Kapl’s first pro model, the Top Notch Pro, is a step in a new direction for Ronix. With flex through the entire length of the board, this deck forms to any feature its on for ultimate board feel. But as soon as you hit the water, the new outline and bottom features of the board dig in for plenty of traction going into your next hit. Not to mention the new larger sizes are what the people want. Nick loved its carvability and landings on a bigger board saying, “The flex on this board was super fun and I felt like I could go as big off the kicker as I wanted and would always have a nice, soft landing.”

MSRP: $499.99

Sizes: 138cm, 143cm, 148cm, 153cm


Josh Young finding lines at Nona (photo: Mathis)

RONIX SUPREME (value // Jake Pelot & Tyler Higham Pro Model)

Jumping on the trend of dual athlete pro model boards comes the latest offering from Ronix: the Supreme by Jake Pelot and Tyler Higham. Two riders with very different riding styles, Jake and Tyler collabed to make a board that some of the folks at Ronix didn’t think was possible. Referred to as “sandwich construction”, this board molds together Ronix’s light and lively Air Core3 core wrapped in Paulowina wood for the feel of your favorite cable board behind the boat. It seems to be working pretty well because our reviewers were definitely ripping on it. Jake loved how light and poppy it was saying, “I loved how smooth this board is. It’s got a lot of pop and a clean take off.”

MSRP: $529.99


Clear Lake providing (photo: Mathis)


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