Tomo Kitesurf EVO Firewire HE 5'1"

by Tomo • SKU FIR187171220
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$899.00
5'1" x 18.5" x 2.25" Vol: 24.5L
Fin System: FCS II
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Board Details

SKU FIR187171220
Length 5'1"
Width 18.5"
Thickness 2.25"
Volume 24.5L
Construction Firewire HE
Tail Squash
Fin System FCS II
Fin Setup Tri/Quad
Fins Not Included
Tail Patch No

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Michael Phaneuf
Elite performance in all conditions

I've kited the Evo in a wide variety of conditions now. From side-off wind with waist high waves, to side-on wind with head high or bigger waves, to straight on-shore wind with 5 foot overhead hurricane swell and I have enjoyed every single session with this board.

I especially like how easily the board goes rail to rail. It doesn't ever feel sticky or slow. It feels fast, smooth and very stable. Riding super fast down the line to chase the next section, or just to run away from a massive close-out, I can trust this board to remain in control. Blowing the top off a wave and air-dropping back in feels controlled with this board. Long drawn-out bottom turns, or slashy, complete cut-backs are all part of what this board does well.

I've only ridden it with a thruster fin set, and had no issues driving upwind and imagine a quad set-up would be even easier.

The round nose is great at not getting smashed on the sand when riding in shore-break or dumpy waves where your board is likely to wash all the way to the beach. Unlike other snub nose boards, the Evo doesn't pearl the nose in chop.

Airs on this board are fun because the board is considerably light for a kite specific surfboard.

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