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Ronix Boots

Postby atkite » Fri Nov 16, 2012 8:55 pm

Hey guys


Anyone using the Ronix one boots for kiting I'm currently use the parks but find them too soft.


Cheers Brian

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Re: Ronix Boots

Postby TheJoe » Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:55 pm

I have but I find that they don't last long. Most of the guys at the cable who ride regularly go thru at least 2 pair a season. It's ok if they are under warranty but if not yikes. They are super comfy though probably the most comfortable boot out there.

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Re: Ronix Boots

Postby tautologies » Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:22 pm

I have those. Make sure you buy them big. Mine are a little too tight, so long sessions puts a lot of pressure on the toes. I was warned, bought a full size bigger than usual, and it wasn't enough.

I am not too experienced with boots, but I like them.

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Re: Ronix Boots

Postby C Johnson » Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:35 pm

I the 2012 ones.

great boots. I think the little lace magnetic flap is stupid so I cut it off of mine. I noticed the flap is gone on the 2013's

They were really stiff when I first got them then after half a season they broke in to the point where they feel pretty soft now.

Other then the loss of stiffness the boots have held up great.

I also have a pair of 2012 open toe Ronix Districts

I personally think open toe gives better board control but the district is no where near as comfy as the one.

I'd recommend considering the Frank too. Basically the same as the One just not as complicated looking and its cheaper.

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Re: Ronix Boots

Postby atkite » Sat Nov 17, 2012 5:06 am

Cheers guys, yeah I looked at the franks. The only reason why not going for them is I work for shop and all the other boys rock them, I want something different. :D
Plus the 2013 blue/black(grey) will look dope on my new Tona pop.

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Re: Ronix Boots

Postby C Johnson » Tue Nov 20, 2012 6:52 pm

:thumb: Tona


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