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New Evoke

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Created by copperdog1 > 9 months ago, 14 Dec 2018
copperdog1
VIC, 23 posts
14 Dec 2018 8:19AM
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Ordered a new Waterborn Evoke original (10 ft) from TSBW. It arrived in 3 days to my small coastal town in regional Victoria and board was securely wrapped and in perfect condition . Well done TSBW! Now just need the crap conditions to improve to get it out on the water

DaveSandan
VIC, 847 posts
14 Dec 2018 12:06PM
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Where are the pics??

copperdog1
VIC, 23 posts
22 Nov 2019 10:45AM
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Well, it's been just over 12 months since I got my new evoke 10ft and here's what I think:
- overall, very happy with the purchase. This was my first SUP and when I got it I was not sure what I would be doing with it. As it turns out I have used it mainly for surfing and it handles well, from small to overhead sessions.
- the price was really good, and given that I was not sure what I wanted at the time, it's a good option for someone getting into Supping, for someone who has surfing experience
- build quality is really good. There were no apparent flaws when I got the board and it's held up well over the year - pretty tough board

now after a year, I'm thinking I need 2 boards - a shorter board for just surfing (probably between 8 and 9 ft) and a 10.6 for cruising at round on flat days. So starting my reasearch all over again.





Emeboy
NSW, 281 posts
22 Nov 2019 1:12PM
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copperdog1 said..
Well, it's been just over 12 months since I got my new evoke 10ft and here's what I think:
- overall, very happy with the purchase. This was my first SUP and when I got it I was not sure what I would be doing with it. As it turns out I have used it mainly for surfing and it handles well, from small to overhead sessions.
- the price was really good, and given that I was not sure what I wanted at the time, it's a good option for someone getting into Supping, for someone who has surfing experience
- build quality is really good. There were no apparent flaws when I got the board and it's held up well over the year - pretty tough board

now after a year, I'm thinking I need 2 boards - a shorter board for just surfing (probably between 8 and 9 ft) and a 10.6 for cruising at round on flat days. So starting my reasearch all over again.






Ahhh, you have caught the bug.... Don't worry, 2 boards will soon turn into 4 or 5



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