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sanicho3 04-18-2013 4:22 PM

new boot ideas
 
Just purchased a 2012 Ronix One Timebomb about a month ago and have been able to get on it once, I just threw my old 2008 one boots on there because I was desperate to ride but I can definitely tell that in order to get the most out of this board I need a more responsive and advanced boot. Ive been looking at the new ronix line mainly because I have been very happy with all of their products up until this point but I'm not sure what a lot of the differences are and would love some feedback from some of you guys that have tried the more modern boots out there.

tdickman4 04-19-2013 6:10 AM

Ronix have the best bindings.
The ones are super stiff
The parks are super flexy
The cells and code 55s are inbetween, have flex and stiffness.
All of them are super comfortable

Goonz 04-19-2013 6:22 AM

From soft to stiff

August
Luxe
Vision
Divide
Parks/District/Preston/FHL
Frank/Halo
One/Kai
Cell

This labels was attached to my 2012 One's.

Maybe someone with 2013 boots has the more recent label?

austin 04-19-2013 9:09 AM

My understanding/guessing is that it went like this, starting with the stiffest: cells > ones > reliks. Then it became: cells > ones > parks. And now it's: code 55s > ones > parks. I would ask someone from Ronix directly if you want to know for sure though, because I've seen lots of contradictory things said about the subject (see the two posts above mine for example).

Goonz 04-19-2013 9:17 AM

2012
http://jeangonzales.com/ronix.jpg

mikeab8 04-24-2013 6:44 PM

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My 2013 ones just came in yesterday and this is the tag that's on them for the 13's lineup. I haven't gotten to use them yet so this is about all I can help out here

sanicho3 04-25-2013 7:23 AM

OK thanks for the feedback, those tags are exactly what I was looking for

tdickman4 04-25-2013 10:25 AM

I definitely think the cells are softer than the ones. The ones are way too stiff and the cells have a decent amount of flex in them

dvsone79 04-26-2013 6:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tdickman4 (Post 1818691)
I definitely think the cells are softer than the ones. The ones are way too stiff and the cells have a decent amount of flex in them

It appears Ronix would disagree with you according to their 2012 chart.


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