Duotone Evo 2020
The Duotone Evo kite is lively and versatile for surfing with a manageable power delivery characterized by stability. Despite being a kite highly valued in freeride, riders like Tom Hebert use it in any condition. The aim of Duotone with the Evo was to achieve the perfect balance between lightness and a solid structure capable of facing any condition.
For 2020 the pulleys have been removed from the bridle, this has the effect of increasing the responsiveness of the kite while still offering incredible depower. There is also a new trailing edge design incorporating a wave pattern that drastically reduces flutter and canopy wear in this critical area.
Features of the Duotone Evo:
|Wind range||25-43||23 - 41||21 - 40||19 - 37||17 - 35||15 - 33||13 - 31||12 - 28||11 - 26||10 - 24||9 - 22|
|Rec. lines length||22 (24)||22 (24)||22 (24)||22 (24)||22 (24)||22 (24)||22 (24)||22 - 24||22 - 24||22 - 24||24 - 27|
|Weight without bag (kgs)||1.95||2.18||2.39||2.59||2.80||2.97||3.13||3.31||3.44||3.75||3.81|
In the following video you can watch the Evo flying:
And the 3D animation to look the board from different points of view and details: