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The Wizard Presents: District vs. Divide

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The Wizard Presents: District vs. Divide

Buying a new wakeboard can be daunting. We get a lot of people who come into the shop looking to replace their 20 year old wakeboard that they got at a garage sale. The technology is complicated and the boards have come a long way. We are here to help. Today I want to discuss two of our favorite boards in the shop: the Ronix District and the Ronix Vault. Let's dive into it. 

What does Sun Sports+ Do in the off season?

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What does Sun Sports+ Do in the off season?

It's a running joke between the three of us, "what do we do in the off season?". People think that we just hop on the first plane at the end of the summer and fly off to Florida where we sit on a beach for the winter. If only. We spend the winter prepping for next summer. That's the gist of it. But let's dive in. I'll tell you more. 

Inflatable Paddleboards and Kayaks, Oh My!

Inflatable Paddleboards and Kayaks, Oh My!

Exploring the lake is part of what makes summer so great. Stand up paddle boards offer a new perspective on the lake. You can gaze down into the water in shallow sections of the lake for a better vantage point. All in all, paddle boards are a great investment and a ton of fun. So let’s dive into some paddleboarding 101.

Julia's Favorite Slalom Ski

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Julia's Favorite Slalom Ski

Radar's Senate series is perhaps their best selling ski. It comes in 2 versions: There's the Alloy Senate and the Graphite Senate. The Alloy is our shop favorite slalom ski. The price point is good and all the best features in a slalom ski are present. The Graphite is stiffer and more responsive. If you're skiing predominantly at short line and you're yanking on the rope, then the Graphite is a better choice for you. But if you are like me and you've left the brunt of your competitive nature at the New England Championship 10 years ago, then the Alloy is a great choice. 

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