|11th January 2010, 05:31 PM||#1|
Join Date: Aug 2006
Buying an Evo 75 to replace my JP fsw 77?
I'm think in replacing my JP fsw pro 77 08 for and Evo 75 09 wood carbon. On average I weigh 68kg and will use the Evo in 4.2 - 4.7 and occasionally in 5.3 type of conditions and only in winter as this is the season where we have onshore winds and up to 2m mushy waves where I live in Greece. This would mean full winter suit so the total weight would of course increase. Last week I tried a friends Evo 75 07 and although the strap set up was totally wrong for my liking it was obvious that the Evo was more buoyant than the fsw with +2 liters and of course was a lot looser.
Reading a couple of posts here I think that the Evo 70 or Quad 71 would be better for me but we can have very unstable wind at times and I would definitely need the extra volume to get back to where I start from.
What do you say. Just need some reassurance that the Evo 75 is good for me.
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