The Evos' nature is to be smooth, fluid and most importantly, versatile in all wave riding conditions and for a wide range of users. Whether riding big waves or small onshore mush, the Evos are versatile. The Evo name has become synonymous with the ability to wave ride anywhere, anytime.
In 2010, the Evo benefitted from the multi-fin concept and the Adaptability concept. Both improve the Evos' ability to cover an incredibly wide range of conditions.
Freestyle-influenced riders like Philip Koster and Taty Frans specifically prefer the Evo for their ability to rip in all conditions, particularly in smaller waves, where the modern wave rider typically mixes up pure wave rides with freestyle moves off the wave face.
The Evo convert between twin fin and single fin mode.
"AS A TWIN FIN the board is radically responsive with a quick rail-to-rail sensation. Apply your rails and the board drives through a turn with exceptional acceleration, without a nervous jittery feel. It's very smooth and easy to ride. It turns on a dime off its rail, creating very snappy re-entries, with or without losing the tail as desired.
AS A SINGLE FIN, the board changes in feel with a classic drive-off-the-fin sensation. Upwind tracking is enhanced. Turning is driven more off the fin and the back foot as opposed to the twin-fin mode which has you turning more off the forward rail. It gives a very lively fun ride as a single fin."