guess the Kode waveboards are good in big waves, but also work exceelnet in strong wind flatwater conditions. Ideal for riding waves in longer turns over the front foot
The EVOs are great in medium sized waves, beachbreaks, onshore to sideonshore conditions. Ideal for ripping waves in many turns, which are shorter. The backfoot makes more work.
I like the EVO or QUAD style. Easy going, easy to sail upwind and easy to catch waves, even when they are hard to get. And out of my view these modern waveboards also work relatively ok on flatwater, when the wind fits.
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