A few people have kind of equated that feeling to “slippery” through the air. Can you tell us how this feels and explain the benefits?
When compared to an SLS kite, the Evo D/LAB is stiffer, which is good, especially for big kites. You want that stiffness to have the best feedback and fast response, that's what the D/LAB brings. With that very rigid structure when you pull the bar, the kite reacts very fast, and that's what we want. Also, the feedback is very nice, you don't need to look at the kite, you know where it is all the time. The performance is especially noticeable when you do a turn downwind or a transition, most kites will delay or stall in this situation, but with the Evo D/LAB, even when the wind is light, it still has a connection the entire time and that's the biggest advantage.