One of the big features of the EVO that people really love is the sheet and go, does it still have this?
Reno Romeu: Yes, the sheet and go is amazing and makes the Evo a really easy kite to learn on. I think if I could choose any of the Duotone kites to put someone who just learned to kite, I would definitely give them the Evo, because the sheet and go is so amazing and it's nice and easy to relaunch, also, the price is not as high as the SLS for example. It's a nice investment in the beginning and then after you improve, you might want to get something more extreme if you want to have even better pop or faster shooting up in a jump. At that point, if you try the SLS you're going to be like, okay, I want the SLS, but I think it's a really nice all-rounder to progress with fast.
It’s also a great choice if you're not sure what discipline you want to focus on or even if you are a rider who does it all, it’s a really nice kite to just keep riding for hours. Foiling, loops, jumps or freestyle, the Evo does it all. It flies forward in the window which makes it great for going upwind, it gives you a good angle and sits there in front of you when you are doing a downwinder, so it's just a really great all-around and complete kite.