Like the Storm 2.0, the EVO 2.0 has been the work of 2 years of testing working of getting some of the smaller points right. The EVO has undergone probably the biggest changes and now has moved into a true spot in the ONE board lineup that really gives it a point of difference. With the EVO 2.0 we have made it into a true flat deck downwind board that still can hold its own in the flat water but just has a super lively feel as soon as the small bumps come into play.
One of the biggest changes that you will see with the EVO 2.0 is that it is now available in the same Moulded constructions as the Edge 2.0. This is a big move but we believe this new EVO 2.0 will beat all expectations but now you can add the amazing level of molded construction too.
The nose outline is fuller giving the EVO 2.0 a great feel that is very similar to the STORM 2.0 and allows it to ride over bumps rather than cutting into them.
New bottom shape, learning from the Storm the EVO 2.0 has a very similar double concave throughout the bottom that runs to a rounded pintail. We have kept the outline a little wider into the tail to allow good kick turning and to make sure the boards feel stable as you step back on the waves or larger bumps. The EVO 2.0 also picks up a great ability to be able to be steered from the middle of the board quite easily allow the rider to not have to move as much as they might normally need to on the old EVO
Rocker has been fully reworked on the EVO 2.0 with more nose and tail rocker all this without losing any flat water speed.
Overall the EVO has now moved to a board that will love the ocean or any bumpy water, the board has a bit more lively feel to it that will make it a great board for anyone who wants to have that one board quiver. It will make an excellent BOP board or for those that just do not like the Dugout designs.