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Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard 2014

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Specs

Type:
  • Freestyle
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Directional
Camber:
  • Hybrid
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • Channel
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD
Base:
  • Sintered
Sidecut:
  • Modified
  • Frostbite Edges
Stance Setback: 1.0 cm
Recommended Use:
  • Advanced
  • Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard

The Burton Custom Flying V snowboard is a great board for all types of snowboarders and all ages! The board comes with several great features, and also with some great extras. The Burton Flying V has a twin flex and a sintered WFO base. The board is made of NEW 45 degree Carbon Highlights so its extra light and easy to maneuver. It also has a Super Fly II core with dualzone EGD. The Burton Flying V also has some great extras including a squeezebox, frostbite edges, pro-tip, infinite ride, and progressively wider waist widths, all great for snowboarders on all different levels and ages, but this is recommended for advanced and intermediate snowboarders.

Key Features of the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard:
  • The Channel
  • SHAPE: Directional
  • FLEX: Twin
  • CORE: Super Fly II with Dualzone EGD
  • FIBERGLASS: NEW 45 degree Carbon Highlights
  • BASE: Sintered WFO
  • EXTRAS: Squeezebox, Frostbite Edges, Pro-Tip, Infinite Ride, and Progressively Wider Waist Widths
  • Diecut Base Color Combinations May Vary
Dimensions
Length (cm) 148 151 154 156 158 160 163
Effective Edge (cm) 11.23 115.3 118.3 120.3 122.3 124.3 126.8
Tip Width (cm) 28.49 28.9 29.41 29.58 29.75 29.93 30.22
Tail Width (cm) 28.49 28.9 29.41 29.58 29.75 29.93 30.22
Waist Width (cm) 24.5 24.8 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.7
Sidecut (m) 7.32 7.52 7.73 7.87 8.01 8.14 8.31

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.

Custom Flying V


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Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard
Already Asked: 15 Questions, 24 Answers
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Matthew P: great reviews and I wanted a board that I can rely on Feb 12, 2014
Michael D: Amazing board, had one for 10 years! truly a board that does it all, great feel and lasts forever! Jan 3, 2014
Doris A: because it looks beautiful and i love it Dec 19, 2013
Antonio B: Looking for a good hybrid V rocker board Nov 3, 2013
FRANK S: great reviews, good for all styles of riding and if been a burton fan since 2005. Aug 26, 2013
Robert B asked: Want a board that can handle carving in hard pack without worrying about the board skidding out and one that can transition to powder and the trees with ease...is the custom recommended or perhaps the custom flying v? Jan 24, 2014
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Joseph R asked: 5' 8" 155lbs (full-grown). I mostly ride in the Northeast. Greens to Blacks. Don't really do tricks or stunts..I am starting to pick at them though. I want this board to last me at least 4 years. Should I go 154 or 156? Jan 23, 2014
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Tomohiro O: I would say you should go 156, but I am not positive. If you really want to be sure, the snowboard should be at your chin level or a cm higher or lower with shoes on. Also, 2 cm does not make a really big difference so it should not be a huge problem! I hope this helps! (Tip: Shorter boards will help you more with tricks/spins, longer boards is easier to ride and more stable) Jan 23, 2014
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Caroline S: I am about the same size and went with the 156. Based on the "sizing chart", the 156 seems to fit a little better. Jan 24, 2014
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Duane N: Your question is a good one and asked by many riders looking to purchase a new board...I know I did. Based on your described riding style I'd recommend the 156. The shorter board will offer you greater control but you're not doing a lot of tricks. The longer board will carve better in icy conditions, float better in powder and provide greater speed on those long green trails. Hope this helps! Jan 27, 2014
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Scott S: More control go shorter, more speed go longer. Either way 2cm you aren't going to notice. I went from a 162 down to a 156 and I barely notice. What you will notice is the channel system gives way more responsive turns. Get EST bindings though. If you're going to use standard bindings there's no point in buying the board. Apr 28, 2014
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Josh M: I'd go 154. I just got this one in a 154 and I'm 5'10". Had a 157 and I like to feel of it being shorter. I do a little of everything and love this board! Jan 23, 2014
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Jorge F: Im 5'9" 165 and I'm riding the 156 and its great. I came down from a 160 and I can really notice the difference when I try spinning. Go for the 156. Jan 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi. In the description says that this board is shape directional. But I read more reviews in the web and says shape and flex Twin. Please, confirm this so i can buy one..?? May 29, 2014
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Brian R: It is a flex twin bit the channel system has a slight off set which makes it fall under a directional board May 29, 2014
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John L: I've been riding for 26 years. It's directional May 29, 2014
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Matt GStaff: The Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard has a Directions Shape (10mm setback stance) and a Twin Flex. Go to the true source, check out the Burton website...

Burton does make a twin Custom, it's called the Custom Twin (True Twin Shape w/ Twin Flex... check it out here: http://www.the-house.com/9854btcfvtb14zz-burton-snowboards.html
Jun 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: It says base color may vary. I really like the base color in the picture. How do I know which base color I will get? Apr 27, 2014
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T. PearceStaff: Generally the color option is based on the size of the board you get, so the 163 and the 151 boards will have different colors. The pictures on the website are fairly accurate so the one you purchase and order should be the color scheme that you will receive.

Hope this helps!
Apr 28, 2014
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John L: The picture online is very accurate Apr 28, 2014
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Joseph asked: All I do is play in the park, doing jumps and rails. Should i get the flying V or the Camber ??? Feb 15, 2014
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Duane N: Go with the camber...much better 'pop' for terrain parks. Flying V is great for various conditions, groomed and powered, and all trails but not ideal for jumps and rails. Feb 17, 2014
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Justin M: Camber. Flying V is meant for everything camber excels in the park. If that's what you strictly do. Feb 15, 2014
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Joseph: R u positive? Everyone I ask says flying-v is better for park? Idk everyone says something different Feb 15, 2014
Tyler asked: I have a size 12 boot and i was looking on getting the 160 regular. Do you think my feet are too big for the board? I am using the 2014 Thirty Two Lashed boots. Nov 7, 2013
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Matt GStaff: With a size 12 boot you definitely need to get a the wide version, the Burton Custom Wide Snowboard. Check it out HERE: http://www.the-house.com/9858btcusw14zz-burton-snowboards.html Jun 6, 2014
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Tyler: Help? Nov 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey, first board purchase. I am a male, 6,1" and weigh about 185. I also have a 11 or 11.5 shoe size. Would it be wise to go with the burton custom wide? Jun 29, 2014
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Matt GStaff: Awesome choice on your first board!

With a size 11/11.5 boot it would be best to get a wide version, or at least a board with a 25.8cm waist width. As a beginner that's 6'1", 185 lbs, with 11/11.5 boots I'd suggest getting the 158cm Burton Custom Flying V Wide here: http://www.the-house.com/9858btcflvw14zz-burton-snowboards.html
Jul 11, 2014
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Luiz Rasch asked: Hello there,
I am 1,80m tall, my weight is 154lbs and the size of my boots are 11, which size of the Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard should i use??
Mar 24, 2014
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Matt GStaff: The 154cm size Burton Custom Snowboard would be a perfect length for you. If your boots have shrinkage footprint technology you should be able to ride the 154cm, if not you'll need to get a wide. Jun 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the difference between the Custom Flying V and the Custom? Jan 4, 2014
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Duane N: The Custom is a pure camber board while the Flying V is a hybrid between camber AND rocker making it well suited for groomed trails or fresh powder. The rocker portion of the board helps the it float better through powder. I bought the Flying V primarily for this reason. Either way you go I've never met anyone dissatisfied with a Burton Custom board. Jan 6, 2014
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Fidosi K asked: I am 1.86m tall and my weight is 170 lbs.Which size of Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard should i use? Dec 5, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Hello Fidosi,

The 158cm Burton Custom Flying V Snowboard would fit you best.
Dec 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am 5'8'' and about 160-165 pounds. I was told to get a 150 or 152 board but I think it would be too small because of my weight. I was thinking of getting a 154 but I also saw a 156 at a good price and I know if it would be too big. What size should I get?? Feb 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: 6 foot 3 inches tall, 230 lbs, size 12 boot. Would I need a mid-wide? Feb 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I'm 5'7" and 170 lbs what size board do you recommend? Jan 19, 2014
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Pawel M asked: Hello there !!
I'm 200 lbs and 6'2" Boots size 11. Which size of Burton Custom Flying V should I use. If i will get boots with Shrinkage Footprint Reduction Technology do i need board to be WIDE ?? I need a board to be for all mountain, ofc i would like to use this board at park as well. But park its only option. I decide to go for Genesis bindings so now im looking for board and boots... Any one could help me :)
Regards
Sep 8, 2013
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