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9th September 2006 02:15 PM
Happy
RE: EVO 83 for B&J

Kater in Alkmaar has one.
9th September 2006 02:48 AM
cram
RE: EVO 83 for B&J

Somebody knows where to buy a new Evo 83 wood?
No boards anymore in Holland .....
7th September 2006 02:26 PM
geo
RE: EVO 83 for B&J

Cram,

I bought an Evo 83 and sailed it a few times this Summer. I agree with Ola. The Evo 83 is useable even on flat water and very nice in windswell and chop, nevertheless the accent is very much on control and in such conditions something with crisper rails would be nicer (Kombat 86/87?).
I think that, in the case of normal non-sponsored sailors, much depends on how many boards one wants in its quiver. This year I decided that I want just two boards in my quiver. I own a Sonic 95 that was intended to be used in flatwater from marginal 7,6 up to fully powered 6,6 race sails conditions; and finally I discovered I feel comfortable on it even in heavy chop. After that, I decided to have one only wave board, which was required to do well in marginal 5,8 weather and some chop and still hold in overpowered 5,0 weather and (not extreme) sideshore conditions. I think the Evo 83 fills the task very nicely, expecially after discovering that there is quite a big overlap in wind range with my 6,6 slalom and 5,8 wave setups. Did I want one more board, I would probably have had a Kombat 86 and an Evo 74 instead of my Evo 83; but I doubt that would have found much justification in my case.
5th September 2006 02:16 AM
Ola_H
RE: EVO 83 for B&J

The EVOs are generally best on a wave, but it depends a bit about what kind of feel you're after. The EVO 83 can be sailed with a sort of locked in feel and its a nice blasting board if you want something that smooths out the bumps a bit since it has a kind of soft ride. One of the british mags actually did recomend if also for blasting.

If you're only doing costal blasting and for example never tries frontside waverides, then you may also want to look into the Kombat range. They still hold a rail very well in a turn and works nice in wave riding, but thay give you a more direct feel.
4th September 2006 11:52 PM
cram
EVO 83 for B&J

Hi,

I know, this question has been asked before, but I can not find the right treads.
So: Will the Evo 83 be suitable for B&J and coastal freeriding in choppy conditions? Sails 5,5 -4,2 weight 92 kg.


Thanx!

Marc

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