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North Evo 2018

Postby Toby » Tue Nov 21, 2017 12:12 am

North News:

Evo 2018


EVO 2018 PRODUCT CLIP

Check out the 2018 Evo Product Clip from the Cocos Islands, where our riders show off the epic capabilities of the most versatile kite out there. We also take a closer look at the reduction in the number of struts and the Dacron Frame, as well as the design updates and performance features.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWyYqpsdZuM

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THE NEW EVO 2018 IS OUT!

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The Evo is the most accessible kite for any type of rider and for 2018 it’s been completely redesigned. A reduction in the number of struts seen on this year’s model has created a new shape via the swept back tips. This combined with an increase in tip surface area enhances water relaunch especially in light winds. By taking the great DNA from the previous models and using all our knowledge, we’ve managed to create a truly fantastic Delta shaped kite that can boost to the moon, handle the latest freestyle tricks and tow you into some amazing waves.

https://www.northkiteboarding.com/products/kites/evo/


RIDER REVIEW

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The all-inclusive Evo is a favourite amongst some of our Team Riders who handpick it as an essential part of their quiver. Big Air, Freestyle, Freeride and Foil fanatics Tom Hebert and Reno Romeu share their stoke on the new 2018 Evo.

https://www.northkiteboarding.com/blog/ ... HUOe0oohbA


DESIGNER INTERVIEW

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It's the most accessible kite for every type of rider with a fresh new look. Designer Ralf Grösel talks us through the complete redesign of the new 2018 Evo. “The main objective was to reduce the overall weight of the kite in order to improve the inflight characteristics.”

https://www.northkiteboarding.com/blog/ ... GpJzi2wWfA

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