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Burton Nug Flying V Snowboard 2015

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Specs

Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Hybrid
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: Channel
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Super Fly® with Dualzone™ EGD™ and Squeezebox
Base: Sintered
Sidecut: Modified, Frostbite Edges
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use: Advanced, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Year

Description: Burton Nug Flying V Snowboard

Drop down in size and crank the fun with a livelier, poppier, and all around easier freestyle experience.

Key Features of the Burton Nug Flying V Snowboard:
  • BEND: Flying V™
  • SHAPE: Twin
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: Super Fly® with Dualzone™ EGD™ and Squeezebox
  • FIBERGLASS: Triax™
  • BASE: Sintered
  • FEATURES: The Channel, Side Effects, Scoop, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip™, and Infinite Ride™
  • RADUCTION LEVEL: 10 [Downsize 8 to 10cm From Normal Board Length]
Dimensions
Length (cm) 142 146 150 154
Effective Edge (cm) 100.5 103.5 107.5 111.5
Tip Width (cm) 28.34 28.55 28.79 29.34
Tail Width (cm) 26.84 27.18 28.79 29.34
Waist Width (cm) 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.9
Sidecut (m) 5.7 5.9 6.2 6.4

Burton ICS channel boards will only work with Burton EST, Burton 3-hole or other ICS compatible bindings.
Burton 3-hole boards will only work with non-EST Burton bindings or other 3-hole compatible bindings.

Nug Flying V


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Best Board Ever!
This is definitely the best board i have road so far. The shorter size allows me to spin much easier than before. Rides amazing in all conditions except for icy hard pack, but you can get by. Very light weight board. Would recommend to anyone looking for a freestyle board, and as always The - House has fast shipping!
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January 21, 2015
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I'm upgrading from a dc ply looking for a more catch free fun board. I do ride a good amount of groomers just here in mn. What would work with my style better the flat top or Flying V?
A shopper on Oct 6, 2014
Im 5'6 and weigh 148 pounds. I ride a nug 142cm 2012. Im planning on upgrading. Should i get flat top or flying v? And 146cm or 142cm? Thank you
Kelvin D on Feb 18, 2015
Best Answer: I am 5'7'' 158 and use 146 cm, the board is easy to maneuver and secure on the steep slopes . You and I could probably use the 142 cm size and would increase maneuverability but I think it would feel like and look too much like a skateboard for our height. The 146 cm is light and strong . It is really a good board. Flying v is the way to go . You have best of both worlds of camber and flat.
Reply · Report · Crisnoel C on Feb 19, 2015
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I'm 5'6 and 150lbs what size should i get? I'm riding a 144 and ride a lot of park, and i need an upgrade
A shopper on Jan 3, 2015
Best Answer: The Burton Nug Snowboard is designed to be ridden 8cm-10cm shorter than the average snowboard because of the progressively wider waist width, longer contact points, and sidecut radius.

You fit within the 146cm Burton Nug Snowboard's weight range best. Get the 146cm
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 8, 2015
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I have the Union Flite bindings and I'm not sure if they would fit or not with this board. Do my bindings work with this board?
Magnus V on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: Magnus,
The Union Flite bindings are not Channel compatible. You will need to pair the Burton Nug Flying V with a channel - EST - compatible binding. Check out our selection here: http://www.the-house.com/est-bindings.html
Reply · Report · Roy MStaff on Nov 30, 2014
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I am 5'2", 95 lbs. and I just finished with a 135 Burton Custom 2011. I am now looking at the Burton Nug and the Burton Nug Flying V, both are 142. Which would be more reasonable the Nug or the Nug Flying V? Also is a 142 too big?
Magnus V on Nov 17, 2014
Best Answer: Yeah, I'm not thinking the Nug is the right direction for you at this point, the smallest one is a '42, but rides like a '52, which would be a huge jump from a 135.

I would probably still stick with the Custom Smalls, like in a 145, depending on your boot size. Or if you would like a board from the main line, the Blunt 147?
Reply · Report · Matt HBurton Rep on Nov 21, 2014
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I am 5'9" weigh 190-195 lbs. what size board would you recommend? I've been riding for a while just want an outside opinion.
A shopper on Feb 27, 2015
Best Answer: The Burton Nug Flying V Snowboard features Nug RADuction Technology that allows the rider to down size 8-10cm from a normal length board. With that being said you could ride the 150cm or 154cm Burton Nug Flying V Snowboard.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Mar 2, 2015
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Will my size 13 boots be too big for the 154? I'm 6'1", 200 lbs.
A shopper on Feb 20, 2015
Best Answer: Most riders how have size 11+ boots shold ride boards with waist widths (WW) of 25.8cm or wider. In this case the 154cm Burton Nug Snowboard has a WW of 25.9cm.

With your weight and height you should check out the 158cm Salomon Villain Wide Snowboard. The Villain is an amazing freestyle deck with tons of pop that can thrash anywhere. It has a WW of 26.2. Check it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9855satvillw15zz-salomon-snowboards.html
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Feb 20, 2015
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Could this board be my daily driver here in Minnesota? I'm a tad on the bigger side and don't want a huge board cause I'm want to learn park and buttering this year
A shopper on Oct 24, 2014
Best Answer: You could totally ride the Burton Nug Flying V around Minnesota. Great board to help with park stuff like rails and boxes. I would still recommend a little bigger size just for stability.
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