Available Sizes/Colors/Etc
41 Black / Red

Click on the title for an example of the characteristic

Wave Sport Evo
Buy now and receive 10% off accessories and a really cool die-cut Otter sticker!
The Evo is the first full-on, high performance kids boat: super-loose hull, sleek shape, low volume. It's going to set kids free all across the globe-and make squirt boating fun again for smaller adults. No moves are out of the reach of kids 90 pounds and over, in flat or whitewater. For kids 65-110 pounds, the Evo makes an incredible river-running playboat. For the adults out there who think "volume" is a dirty word and part of the worldwide conspiracy, the Evo delivers incredible comfort in a small boat. Wave Sport is making "Squirt until you hurt" a phrase of the past. Go ahead-do endless clean cartweels in flatwater, shred your favorite wave, mystery move your favorite local squirt-boat spot-and wear your favorite booties. Here's a squirt boat that never needs fiberglass repair and a hull that could win the Worlds, with all-day comfort. Only from Wave Sport.
length 7'
width 22 3/4"
depth 9 1/2"
volume 37 gallons
Shipping Weight:1.00 lbs.
In-Store Sale Only

Q: Are plaining hull kayaks slower than displacement hull kayaks?
A: Yes and No. Hull speed while river running is more a product of kayak length but since plaining hull kayaks are typically shorter than the displacement hulls built years ago, they seem to be slower. However, a plaining hull kayak is a displacement hull when not at plaining speeds.
Q: Is the hard chine on the hull of a modern kayak responsible for making it feel edgy?
A: No. The hard chine found on modern whitewater kayaks is nothing more than a release area and transition zone from the hull too the side wall. While the chine is in the water, riverrunning, it usually does nothing. The parting line where the sidewall and deck meet dictates how edgy a kayak feels. The lower the parting line, the more edgy a kayak feels. The higher out of the water a parting line is the more predictable a kayak feels. The chine doesn't come into play until the kayak reaches plaining speeds while surfing or during a jet ferry.

Copyright 1999 - 2005 (and beyond) Otter River and Mountain Sports
Utilizing WhYDevelop Web Site Technologies